The Newfield Inn is situated at the heart of the Duddon Valley, well away from the well beaten tourist trails of the English Lake District. The most striking feature of this rustic pub is it's slate floor, hewn from local quarries and polished over time with it's distinctive banding of darker and lighter shades.
Bar and restaurant meals served here.
Accommodation is available in two self catering flats and nearby there are plenty of holiday cottages. There is a campsite at a farm half a mile away.
Every year on the Saturday following the Spring Bank Holiday the Duddon Valley Fell Run takes place from near the pub and ends in the field behind it. This event is followed by live music in the beer garden.
Most visitors driving through Wrynose Pass to the north go straight on over Hardknott Pass and on to Eskdale, ignoring the road off to the left which goes down Duddon Valley. It is worth making that detour to sample the delights of the Duddon Valley and in particular the Newfield Inn in this quiet corner of the otherwise bustling Lake District.
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