The Gilpin Bridge Inn
Eating Out in Cumbria
The Gilpin Bridge Inn, started in the 17th century as a coaching inn and records show that it was closed in the early 1900’s dues to ‘immoral use!!’. In 1872, The Westmorland Gazette reported, on the sale of the farm and innkeepers plant. Our roaring log fire is a real draw, especially with out tropical climate and lakeland showers. Walkers and cyclists enjoy the pub and often use the pub car park as a start/finish point for their days out. Make a night of it! We have 8 individually designed en-suite rooms available. Deluxe beds, sleeking furnishings & attention to detail will ensure your stay is a memorable one. Facilities include: Colour television, Hairdryer, Non-smoking, Freeview, Tea and coffee making facilities.
Nestling in the gateway to the Lake District and on the edge of the National Park the Gilpin is an ideal base to visit much of the Lake District. With a wealth of experience and ideas we guarantee that your visit here will be a pleasant one. Dog, child , cycle and biker friendly we regularly cater for a range of tastes and events as well as for individual needs. Check us out online at