Comfortable single rooms with a private bathroom fitted with either a bathtub or shower. Facilities include a TV, Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, free toiletries and free WiFi. A Full English brekafast is included in the room price.
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Type Pub B&B
From £35 per room per night
Set in the heart of Pooley Bridge close to the shores of Ullswater, the Sun Inn offers comfortable en-suite accommodation along with home cooked meals and cask ale.
The Inn was converted from a row of cottages in the 1700s by the original proprietor Edward Richardson. Since then the Inn has changed hands several times, and was taken over in May 2010 by John & Jane McGuire.
The Sun is a family run establishment. Sunny by name and by nature, this is one of the most friendly and cheery hostelries in the region. It is a sizeable whitewashed building with grey framed windows, which in summer are draped with vibrantly coloured hanging baskets. Inside, the décor is simple and warm with low beamed ceilings, wooden tables and chairs and wood panelled walls and bar.
It has a spacious beer garden and a grassy area at the rear with a fantastic wooden children's play fort. It also has its own car park, which is strictly for patrons. The Sun has nine en-suite bedrooms which comprise of four doubles, three twins, and two singles with a Full English included with all rooms.
The Sun Inn is renowned for its Real Ales and has been awarded the Cask Marque and features in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. We offer a wide range of local ales and a constantly changing guest ale and for the non ale drinker there are lagers and stouts.
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