After a long journey, a walk on the fells, a cycle ride or just a meander around our quaint Lakeland villages, a warm welcome awaits. Nestled in the heart of the unspoilt Lyth Valley countryside where views of Damson Trees and orchards stretch for miles, there is no better place to unwind. A roaring fire or a sunny terrace are the perfect places to relax before enjoying a delicious meal from our award winning kitchen.
Originally dating back to 1829 when it was also used as a Blacksmith's shop, The Punch Bowl Inn & Restaurant has been extensively and lovingly renovated. Owner Richard Rose; has lived in the Lake District all his life and has created a relaxing blend of old charm with luxury, modern comforts which are sympathetic to its Lakeland history. Full of character, warm, friendly service and award winning food, The Punch Bowl is the perfect choice to stay in the Lakes.
Set in the quiet village of Crosthwaite, The Punch Bowl has plenty of picturesque walks on its doorstep and stunning views around the Lyth Valley. This region, famous for its damsons, has made ‘The Lonely Planet Beautiful World List’, described as “tucked in a hidden corner of Cumbria, where trees are laden with fruit and rolling hills are the most magnificent green”. The Punch Bowl is only fifteen minutes drive to the stunning Lake Windermere.
Where you'll find us
LA8 8HR, Kendal, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom