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Old Kings Head

"With a history spanning almost 400 years, the Old Kings Head can claim to be one of the oldest buildings in the unspoilt Charter Town of Broughton-in-Furness"

The Hotel has a spacious bar area including a games room and a lounge with a real fire.

The bar provides a range of cask-conditioned ales as well as a fine selection of wines & spirits.

The Old Kings Head Hotel,
Church Strret,
LA20 6HJ
Tel: 01229 716293
Fax: 01229 716293

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"At the heart of Undiscovered Lakeland with space to breathe  & time to relax"

Located on the Furness Peninsula 'Undiscovered Lakeland' dates from the 11th Century and has within its borders the River Duddon so immortalised by Wordsworth and surely must be counted amongst the first of the most scenic rivers in England.

Information on accommodation, history, location, local services & annual events etc.

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Lakeslate Jewellery

"Hand-made Slate & Silver Jewellery by John Fletcher"

Think of the colours and textures of the Lake District, and one of its most enduring is that of slate.

This beautiful grey-green rock has been hewn for centuries for walls and roofs and from which John Fletcher creates the most delicate and beguiling jewellery

The Broughton Craft Shop,
Griffin Street,
LA20 6HH
Tel: 01229 716 413

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High Cross Inn

"Beautiful coaching inn with magical views of the Duddon estuary"

The bar is a fine example of a typical Lakeland pub. Oak beams, slates, thick stone walls and a welcoming open fire.

The Inn sits on the brow of the hill overlooking both Broughton-in-Furness, an attractive Georgian market town and the Duddon valley.

High Cross Inn,
High Cross Brow,
LA20 6ES
Tel: 01229 716272           

Manor Arms

Manor Arms

"West Pennines Camra Regional Pub of the Year"

Family owned and run since 1988, it attracts groups from all over the UK, eager to sample the real ales on offer including local Cumbrian brews in addition to the permanently available Yates Bitter and Copper Dragon Ale.

Manor Arms,
The Square,
LA20 6HY
Tel: 01229 716286



The Blacksmiths Arms

"Fine ales and home-cooked bar meals in a Traditional Lakeland Inn"

Dates back to 1577 and was originally a farmhouse called Broadstones.

In 1748 archive records list the property as being an Inn, working farm of 34 acres and blacksmiths.

Before this it would have been a "beer house" with the farmer serving ale in the kitchen for travellers and local workers.

The Blacksmiths Arms,
Broughton Mills,
LA20 6AX
Tel: 01229 716824

Tourist Information Centre

Town Hall
The Square
LA20 6JF
Tel: 01229 716115
Fax: 01229 716115

Duddon & Furness
Mountain Rescue Team

"A group of dedicated volunteers who provide a rescue service 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year"

Based in Broughton and Ulverston the team specialise in mountain searches, crag rescue and remote area evacuation techniques.

Mountain Rescue is part of the emergency services in the local community such as the Police, Ambulance Service and Coast Guard.

The Duddon and Furness Mountain Rescue Team,
7 New Street,
LA20 6JD

Tel: 01229 716952

The Mountain Centre

The Mountain Centre

"You're always welcome to drop in and have a look round"

Offering a wide range of clothing, an extensive boot range, camping gear, compasses and lots of odds and sods you won't find anywhere else.

The Mountain Centre,
Market Street,
LA20 6HP
Tel: 01229 716461

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Hazelmere Café

Hazelmere Cafe

"Tea Guild's Award of Excellence 2009"

All food is made on the premises with a seasonally changing menu.

Hazelmere Café,
1-2 Yewbarrow Terrace,
LA11 6ED
Tel: 015395 32972

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A small town dating back to the 11th century situated on the southern boundary of the Lake District National Park. The focus of the town is the Georgian Market Square with its central obelisk constructed to mark the Jubilee of King George III in 1810.

The Black Cock Inn

"16th Century Lakeland Coaching Inn, in the heart of breath taking beauty"

The Black Cock Inn stands at the heart of the attractive little town of Broughton-in-Furness, within easy reach of some of the Lake District's finest scenery. This much-loved village inn is full of history, charm and atmosphere.

The lounge bar, with roaring log fires and low beamed ceiling, has a wonderful traditional ambience and recent changes including a new extension have been planned carefully to retain all the period appeal. Landlord David Pike has brought new ideas and vigour to the old inn, and his new chef puts his own particular stamp on a menu of Old English Fayre.

The Black Cock Inn,
Princess Street,
LA20 6HQ
Tel: 01229 716529
Fax: 01229 716151

The Kepplewray Centre

"Committed to bringing disabled and non-disabled people together as equal partners"

The project provides an inclusive activity, education and holiday centre for schools, families, individuals and groups.

The Kepplewray Centre,
LA20 6HE
Tel: 01229 716 936 
Fax: 01229 716 938

Newfield Inn

"Welcome to the Lake District's best kept secret, the Duddon Valley"

Situated in Wordsworth's favourite valley, this 17th-century free house is popular with walkers and climbers.

The Newfield Inn is a family-owned establishment offering a good range of cask ales from Theakstons, Jennings and the Coniston Brewery and a wide selection of malt whiskies.

Newfield Inn,
Duddon Valley,
LA20 6ED
Tel: 01229 716208

Beswicks Restaurant

Beswicks Restaurant

"Award winning restaurant"

The menu is changed regularly and features up to 5 courses with the cost per person capped at £37.00

Vegetarians and people with special dietary needs are well looked after.

Beswicks Restaurant,
Langholme House,
LA20 6JF
Tel: 01229 716285
The Traction Engine Driving Experience

"Experience the thrill of driving a real steam traction engine"

Whether you are a keen enthusiast or you have always imagined being at the controls but have never stepped on a footplate before - it doesn't make any difference!

Climb aboard the footplate to relax and enjoy the nostalgia of steam traction.

Ring House Farm,
LA 20 6DG

Victory Hall

"A designated National Flagship Hall (one of only twelve in the whole of England)"

Built in 1929 for the people of Broughton in Furness by Sir Robert Rankin, Lord of the Manor of Broughton Tower.

In its heyday the Victory Hall embodied all that was best and forward looking and set a standard for other village halls to emulate.

A Millennium Project to give the building a face-lift and a new lease of life was launched in 1996 with money raised from a wide range of sources and was completed in June 2002.

Victory Hall,
Station Road,
LA20 6HN
Tel/Fax: 01229 71908

Prince of Wales

"An award winning Brew Pub, home to the Foxfield Brewery"

An ever-changing range of beers that always includes a Mild and usually a beer from Tigertops or Foxfield Brewery.

Draught foreign wheat beer and a Belgium or German beer (a rarity for this country) and Scrumpy Cider are normally available.

A warm friendly atmosphere with an open fire in the Winter and a variety of bar games including Shove Ha'penny, Darts, Dominoes, Bar Billiards & Pinball.

The Prince of Wales,
LA20 6BX
Tel: 01229 716238


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