Farmers Arms Lowick
The 14th-century Farmers Arms is set in the charming hamlet of Lowick Green. Dating back to the 14th century, the building took up use as a coaching Inn in the 17th century and has been welcoming customers ever since. Set in the Crake valley with views of the Old Man of Coniston and a strong reputation for good food and cask ales and wines, the pub is popular with both locals and visitors and people working in Ulverston and Barrow. Many of the oak beamed rooms look out over Crake Valley and Old Man Coniston. The Crake Valley Restaurant, with cosy oak beams and leaded windows, offers a tranquil setting for guests to dine in. After dinner, relax over a drink in the lounge with its open log fire.The traditional rooms all feature TVs, hair dryers and tea/ coffee making facilities.
Ulverston, Cumbria , LA12 8DT
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