Lake District

The Lake District is a region and national park in Cumbria in northwest England. It's famous for its mountains and fells (hills) and glacial lakes. Most older pubs are built from local slate and almost always whitewashed. They are found in both village centres and on isolated moorland. By contrast pubs built to serve Victorian tourists are often in a Gothic style that seems at odds with the local genre.

Lake District, Cumbria
Village pub in Lakeland fell scenery

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Lake District, Cumbria
Lakeland pub on a village green

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Boot, Cumbria
Hotel in scenic village

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Lake District, Cumbria
Picturesque village pub in the Lakes

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Lake District, Cumbria
Village pub at the foot of Blencathra

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Lake District, Cumbria
Famous Lakeland village pub

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Lake District, Cumbria
One of the highest pubs in England

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Lake District, Cumbria
Lakeland hotel with famous hiker’s bar

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Lake District, Cumbria
Mountain views in picture postcard village

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Lake District, Cumbria
Remote pub in spectacular setting

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