Outgate Inn - Hawkshead - Lake District - Cumbria - England.
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Welcome to Outgate Inn
The landlord & landlady, Keith & Sue offer a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors to their beautiful Lakeland Inn. They take pride in their fine reputation for serving excellent real ales, superb freshly cooked meals and providing comfortable guest accommodation in their two letting bedrooms. They endeavour to complete the scene in relaxed and pleasant surroundings.
The Inn dates back to the 18th century when it was originally a smallholding. Between 1840 and 1921 the building, housed a factory that produced aerated waters, the water of which was drawn from a well under our rear car park. The factory existed in the original part of the building, which also retailed beer from the 1840’s. The family that owned this factory were the Hodgsons. There are still some original bottles that held the water’s displayed in our dining room.
Many of the original features of the Inn have been maintained, keeping that charming old world feel. You can expect to be warmed by a lovely real fire in the winter months and for those warm summer evenings and total relaxation there is a very pleasant secluded beer garden to the rear. Parking is no problem as there is a large car park situated opposite the pub.
Now part of the Robinson’s estate and serving their finest real ales. Very popular is their Hartley’s XB and seasonal favourites such as Dizzy Blonde, Mr Scrooge and Double Hop. A good range of lagers are offered including Carling and Veltins. Our draught cider range consists of Strongbow and Stowford Press.
The Inn is situated in a stunning area, ideal for walking, biking and fishing. There are several walks that start from the Inn itself, the most famous probably being Latterbarrow, the pathway is right next to the pub, what better place to enjoy a meal and a refreshing drink after that walk. Tarn Hows, Blelham Hows and Wray Castle are close by. We are just a mile from Hawkshead and close to Hill Top of Beatrix Potter fame.