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Lake District hotels

Three of the Lake District's most comfortable hotels Wasdale Head Inn, Scafell Hotel in Borrowdale (Rosthwaite, Borrowdale; 44-176-877-7208; www.scafell.co.uk), and the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel in Langdale (Great Langdale, Ambleside; 44-153-943-7272; www.odg.co.uk)—run a promotion that enables visitors to hike in the mountains and descend to a different valley each evening. You can link the three inns via a fine 25-mile walk, either by a lower-level pass route or over the high tops, including Scafell Pike. You don't even have to carry a heavy backpack—the hotels will shuttle it around for you. For more details, go to www.lakelandway.com or contact one of the three participating hotels directly.

Also be sure to check out the listings under Eating. All of those inns offer accommodations as well as hearty meals.

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Drunken Duck Inn, Barngates

This inn has been around for 400 years, but its name only dates back to the Victorian era. Here's the story: One morning, the landlady found several of her...more

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King George IV Inn, Eskdale

Though largely a 16th-century property, the oldest parts of the King George IV date back to Roman times—an appropriate background, given that much of the...more

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Mill Inn, Mungrisdale

The six bright, modest rooms at this 16th-century coaching inn above the Glenderamakin River have hosted the likes of Charles Dickens and local hunting legend...more

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Red Lion Inn, Hawkshead

This, the oldest inn in Hawkshead, dates to the 1400s and was once frequented by Disraeli and Wordsworth. Today, in a black-trimmed stucco building in the heart...more

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Tower Bank Arms, Near Sawrey

Philip and Dorothy Broadley are certainly fine and hospitable innkeepers, and their three bedrooms are as charming and cozy as you'd want in a small...more

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Masons Arms, Cartmel Fell

If you prefer modern styles to the cozy British charms of most Lakeland inns, try one of the Mason Arms' three suites or two cottages. They're all...more

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Wasdale Head Inn, Wasdale Head

The Wasdale Head, in the heart of the Western Lakes, is famed as the birthplace of British rock climbing. No wonder. It's surrounded by the tallest peaks...more

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Pheasant Inn, Bassenthwaite Lake

In 1778, this 500-year-old farm in the northern reaches of the Lake District was converted into an alehouse. It soon became the favored haunt of John Peel, a...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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