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WELCOME TO THE SUN INN, POOLEY BRIDGE

Converted from a row of cottages in the 1700’s, The Sun is a family run establishment and is one of the most friendly and cheery hostelries in the region.

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Accommodation

4x Doubles, 3x Twins and 2x Single Rooms.
Dog-friendly rooms availalbe.

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Gastro Pub

Delicious menu with the freshest ingredients. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.

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Cask Marque Award

Excellent selection of beers, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks.

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Large Beer Garden

A real Lake District gem. Enjoy the countryside surrounds in the picturesque Pooley Bridge.

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Childrens Play Area

The little people are kept entertained with adventures on our beer garden’s fort playground.

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Dog Friendly

Bring your dog with you to the Sun Inn. Our pub and some of our rooms are dog-friendly.

Room detail at The Sun Inn

Accommodation at The Sun Inn

We offer a range of ensuite rooms, including double, twin and single rooms. Some of our rooms are dog-friendly so your beloved four legged friend can join you on your Lake District adventures.

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Delicious Food

We offer a delicious menu with something tasty for everyone, including vegetarian and gluten free options and also a menu just for the Little People

OUR LATEST NEWS

Daffodil Run and Walk
Daffodil Run & Walk – Sat 18 March 2017

The Daffodil Run, or walk is a new event from Pooley Bridge on Sat 19th. Entries are open now for individuals and families….for both ‘walkers’ and ‘runners’ starts. The primary aim…

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ullswater-droving
The Ullswater Droving

This year’s Ullswater Droving was a huge success.  ‘Spark’ were fantastic entertainment and it was very well attended.  People are hoping it will turn into an annual event !! The…

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Ullswater and Pooley Bridge

The Wonderful Pooley Bridge

Our spectacular setting is in the heart of the Lake District. Pooley Bridge is located by the River Eamont at the northern end of Lake Ullswater. The name Pooley Bridge derives from a large pool in the River Eamont,”The Hill by the Pool”. The ‘Bridge’ part of the name was added in 1800

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