Discover the pristine beauty and serene ambience of Troutbeck, an enchanting village tucked away in the Lake District National Park.
Nestled amidst the lush green valleys and surrounded by majestic fells, Troutbeck boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage that dates back to the 14th century. With its traditional stone cottages and delightful attractions, Troutbeck attracts nature lovers, families, and adventurers alike.
Popular attractions nearby
- Wansfell Pike: Embark on a thrilling hike to the summit of Wansfell Pike and be rewarded with unparalleled views of the surrounding fells and sparkling lakes.
- Townend: Delve into local history with a visit to Townend, a 17th-century farmhouse that showcases traditional Lakeland life and architectural design.
- Troutbeck Tongue: Enjoy a leisurely walk up to Troutbeck Tongue, a serene hill in the heart of the Lake District offering stunning vistas across the valley.
- The Mortal Man Pub: Stop off for a bite to eat or sample a few local ales at The Mortal Man Pub, an idyllic pub nestled in the heart of Troutbeck Valley. Enjoy hearty meals and a relaxed ambience, especially the large beer garden, perfect after exploring!