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High Cross Inn, Broughton-in-Furness

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The friendly High Cross Inn is prominently situated on the outskirts of the small market town of Broughton-in-Furness with impressive views in all directions from the Cumbrian fells all the way to the sea. It is conveniently placed on the A595, ideal for those passing through on their way to other parts and those wishing for a relaxing stay. The inn prides itself in providing flexibility in the provision of food, drink and accommodation to its visitors.

Six bedrooms are available, each offering a view of either the fells or the sea (or both). All rooms come with a television and DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities and private bathroom. Use the inn as a base to explore what the Lake District has to offer - amble around Ambleside, cruise on Coniston Water, explore Eskdale Valley, discover Hawkshead's history and heritage, a walk in Wasdale, or in Windermere.                          

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Top Facilities

Breakfast Included

Free Parking

Facilities & Information


18th century buildings

Breakfast Included

Parking (free)

No smoking

Historic Property


Free broadband access (wired)

Shared gardens

Children's cots

Children's highchairs

Woodland walks



Tea room

Continental breakfast (included)

Cooked breakfast (included)

Lunch available (at additional cost)

Dinner available (at additional cost)


Picnic area


Recommended walks

Beach (a short drive)

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (a short drive)

Historic houses


Golf course (a short drive)

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (a short drive)


High Cross Inn, Broughton in Furness, Cumbria, Lake DistrictLA20 6ES, United Kingdom

Check In:  2.00pm  Check Out:  11.00am

Drections:  High Cross Inn is located a short distance from the A595 on the outskirts of Broughton-in-Furness. The inn is clearly visible from the road.

From the South, leave the M6 at Junction 36, before joining the A590 for the western Lake District. After approximately 20 miles follow the signs for Workington and the A595, and continue for approximately 10 miles.

From the North, the quickest route would be to continue to Junction 36 on the M6 and follow the instructions as above. Alternatively leave the M6 at Junction 40, follow the A66 for 15 miles, before joining the A591 towards Coniston. Follow the A591 all the way to Broughton-in-Furness.

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