Pubs

A hearty pub meal can really warm the cockles of the soul; particularly if you’ve been out climbing up a mountain or jumping into a stream all day. The pubs around Ullswater offer a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike and you won’t look out of place in your wellington boots, sat by a roaring fire with your dog, or chilling out in the beer garden eating an ice cream in the sun.

For a true glimpse of Cumbrian spirit (and the finest real ale) a trip to the local pub will tick all the boxes.

George And Dragon Clifton
Clifton Nr Penrith Cumbria
CA10 2ER
01768 865 381
A country estate inn with a restaurant, bar and bedrooms. A comfortable and relaxing place where “the food is as delectable as the surroundings”, The independent. We grow and rear much of our own produce in our gardens and fields at our nearby sister establishment Askham Hall and on our family estate – the Lowther Estate in Cumbria.
The Queens Head Askham
Askham
Penrith
Cumbria
CA10 2PF
01931 712350
Opened in April 2019, The Queen’s Head is a village pub with a difference just a two-minute walk from Askham Hall.

 Ullswater Association Membership Price List 2020/21

Category 1CostNotes
Bed & Breakfast£125 
Self-Catering£125Up to 6 units
Eating Out£125 
Shopping£125 
Attractions (Small)£1250-20,000 visitors
Activities & Things to do£125 
   
Additional listing under another category for other activity at the same site.£50If your main business is B&B but you offer evening meals, you can be listed under 'Places to Eat' by taking an additional listing.
   
Category 2 Price includes one free additional listing under another category for other activity at the same site.
Hotels£275 
Self-Catering£2757+ units
Attractions (Large)£27520,000+ visitors
Camping, Caravanning & Glamping£275Campsites offering more than just tent pitches

Membership of the Ullswater Association gives you:

  • Listing and images on ullswater.org
  • Listing in the Visit Ullswater leaflet with local, regional, national and international distribution
  • Quarterly member meetings
  • Annual familiarisation trips
  • Dedicated marketing support focussed on raising both members’ profiles and the profile of the area as a whole
  • Dedicated administration support for the association
  • Representation of the association within regional tourism organisations
  • Unlimited press release distribution
  • Social media activity
  • Blog sharing
  • Photography library
  • Ad hoc Marketing and PR advice

All this for less than a decent size ad in the local newspaper!