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The Coledale Inn The Coledale is a genuine country inn situated above Braithwaite Village in a peaceful hillside position well away from passing traffic. It is ideally situated for touring and walking, with paths to the mountains immediately outside the hotel gardens. Relax in our quiet and safe beer garden on your return. There is ample parking and you can leave the car for your entire stay if you wish, as there are plenty of walks that can be done from the hotel.

Twenty newly refurbished en-suite rooms are located in both the Georgian and Victorian parts of the hotel and have TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The inn is extremely interesting in itself. It was built c.1824, starting life as a woollen mill, then a pencil mill, eventually becoming the licensed premises it is today. It is full of attractive Victorian prints, furnishings and antiques.

From the moment you enter the welcoming Victorian residents' hallway, you will feel at home and comfortable at The Coledale Inn. If you would like to receive special offers via email from the Coledale Inn then please subscribe to our newsletter.
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Twenty newly refurbished en-suite rooms are located in both the Georgian and Victorian parts of the hotel all having tea and coffee making facilities for that early morning refresher - or at any time you wish! Colour TV is supplied in every room. There is ample hanging and drawer space for outdoor clothing as well as casual wear for evening relaxation

Home made meals are served each lunchtime and evening in the dining room. Evening meals may be selected from our extensive menu or from our "specials" blackboard on display. There are vegetarian meals on the menu as well as Children's meals. If you have any particular dietary requirements, please contact The Coledale Inn. In the morning we offer a full

Our best value tariff for 2021 means that a visit to the Coledale Inn offers even better value. Twenty newly renovated en-suite rooms and residents lounge are located in both the Georgian and Victorian parts of the hotel. All rooms have similar facilities; they are en-suite with a shower and have flat screen TVs and tea making facilities. Children up

Braithwaite is not exactly a big place, and one can see The Coledale Inn as one enters the village, but it can be a little confusing as to which road to take to get there the first time. Assuming you are approaching from the A66 Keswick to Cockermouth Road, just west of Keswick take the left branch signed to Buttermere, Braithwaite etc. Visit our Things

The area immediately around the Coledale Inn is some of the best walking country in the Lake District. Its deep valleys are surrounded by mountains, rising steeply from the valley floors, so height is gained quickly. There are not the crowds of the central fells, but the views are superb. The walking is good, but not dangerous with normal precautions

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