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The Brown Horse Inn offers four newly refurbished luxurious en-suite bedrooms. The contemporary styles of the rooms within this former coaching Inn does not detract from its old world historic charm.

The original exposed beams, flagstone floors and fittings maintain the unique character of the Brown Horse Inn.

Each of the individually designed rooms have luxury en-suite bathrooms. The largest is a family room with one double and a single bed. One bedroom has twin beds and the other seven boast comfortable large double beds. Four of the bedrooms come with individual idyllic Winster views and all rooms offer vistas over the Winster Valley.

Whether you want a quick snack or a full three-course meal, the chef at the Brown Horse Inn prides himself on preparing the finest food sourced, where possible, from local produce suppliers. And, of course, our excellent choice of wines and our home-brewed beers make for the perfect complement to the perfect meal. You can relax and enjoy a meal or a refreshing drink sitting outside on the terrace and take in the views of the unspoilt Winster Valley.

  • Flat Screen TVs
  • Solid Oak Beds
  • Ample Free Parking
  • We also offer special rates throughout the year
Local Attractions
  • Windermere Lake Cruises
  • Blackwell, the Arts & Crafts House
  • World of Beatrix Potter
  •  Old Laundry Theatre
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The Brown Horse Inn


Nr Bowness-on-Windermere


LA23 3NR

Tel: 015394 43443



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The Winster area is rich in wildlife. Nuthatches, buzzards and woodpeckers are a familiar site. Badgers, roe deer, foxes and hares also inhabit the valley.

Winster village is a small and picturesque settlement of whitewashed cottages of rough-hewn stone, which lies almost hidden amongst the folds of the wooded hillsides that border the upper reaches of the River Winster.