The White Horse Inn Bunkhouse, The White Horse Inn, Scales, Nr Threlkeld, Keswick, CA12 4SY
The White Horse Inn Bunkhouse has been converted from the stables of this traditional Lake District inn at the foot of Blencathra. The White Horse is a country pub with great pub food, open fires, local ales and a warm welcome.Four of the stables have been converted into bedrooms, two sleeping 6 people in bunks, one sleeping eight and one sleeping four. There is a basic kitchen with electric hob, microwave and a coin operated clothes dryer and a communal dining area seating 16-20 people. The toilet block has male and female toilets, basins and showers. Guests are welcome to socialise in the pub which is open from 11am to 11pm and has free WiFi, hot drinks and good beer. Food is served 12-2pm and 6-9pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. The White Horse is just outside the picturesque village of Threlkeld close to Sharp Edge, with paths to the mountains immediately from the beer garden. The Coast to Coast (C2C) passes the front of the inn, a popular stop for thirsty cyclists and walkers. New for 2017 – Bunkhouse for 26 people in 5 x 4 bed rooms and 1 x 6 bed room.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Lake District and here is its own website.
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24. 1×8, 2×6, 1×4
All year, all day access.
£12pp, Private bunkrooms: 4 bed £48, 6 bed £72, 8 bed £96, sole use £220. Pillow, sheet and duvet £5/stay. Enquire for Xmas/New Year
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Just off A66 Penrith to Keswick road, 4m from Keswick (see signs).
From Penrith train station, 15 mins by taxi or catch the X5 or X4 bus from Penrith to Keswick and ask for Scales, stops outside pub on the A66.
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The White Horse Inn is a quintessential Country Pub with great pub food, open fires, local ales and a warm welcome.
The White Horse Inn and Bunkhouse is a quintessential Country Pub with great pub food, open fires, local ales and a warm welcome. Located just outside the village of Threlkeld at the foot of the Blencathra and Sharp Edge, it is ideal for trekking, with paths to the mountains straight from the beer garden. The Coast to Coast route snakes past the front door of the Inn which remains a popular stop for thirsty cyclists and walkers alike. Four of the Inns stables have been converted into bedrooms, two of which sleeping 6 people in bunks, one sleeping eight and one sleeping four. There is also a basic kitchen and dining area in a separate stable and great food and drink in the pub. The White Horse Inn bunkhouse provides great value accommodation from £10 per person per night.
The White Horse in at Scales in a popular stop for thirsty cyclists.
If you fancy stopping off a bit longer and enjoying an evening of good food and beer then its worth noting that the White Horse Inn has great value bunk rooms. The bunk rooms sleep between four and six people and can be hired as private rooms. There’s also a small self catering area and picnic benches with stunning veiws. Great for cyclists on the Sea to Sea cycle route.
Blencathra, one of Wainwrights favorite mountains, can be climbed from the door of the White Horse Inn Bunkhouse at Threlkeld.
The White Horse Inn is at the foot of the Blencathra on a public footpath. The Inn provides refreshing cold drinks, hot meals and great value bunkhouse accommodation.