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Queen's Head Hotel

  • A592
  • Troutbeck
  • British

Known for

  • Historic building
  • Plenty of cask ales
  • Weekly fish-and-chips night

Published 08/20/2030

Fodor's Review

This unpretentious 17th-century inn in the pretty little village of Troutbeck is in a superb location. The Queen's Head is owned by Robinsons Brewery, and though the menu is not particularly imaginative, it does serve good, wholesome pub grub throughout the day, as well as Robinsons' cask ales. There is a traditional Sunday lunch with roasted meats and all the trimmings, plus dishes such as smoked haddock and king prawn fish pie. The intimate dining rooms have oak beams, flagged floors, and log fires. If you want to stay overnight, the 10 ensuite guest rooms have splendid views, and the pub makes a great starting point for walks up the beautiful Troutbeck Valley.

Restaurant Information


A592, 3 miles north of Windermere, Troutbeck, Cumbria, LA23 1PW, England



Published 08/20/2030


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