The Mill Inn is a 17th Century Inn set in the parish of Mungrisdale near Blencathra, ideally situated to attract locals and tourists alike. The pub is located 2 miles off the A66 between Keswick and Penrith and is surrounded by fabulous hills and walks. The Inn is also on the Coast-to-Coast cycle route, a great stop over after a long ride. The Mill Inn provides a perfect setting for a visit to the Cumbrian mountains. With the Glendermakin river flowing below and the Lakeland fells above, you are sure to appreciate the striking location of this 17th Century Coaching Inn. It is a traditional pub with a lounge/bar area, separate dining room and a popular games room. There is a good –sized, well-equipped catering kitchen. Outside you will find a large garden area overlooking the beck and outside benches for when the weather permits. There is also a large car park area with plenty of spaces.
There are 6 good quality en-suite letting bedrooms, providing a popular base for walkers. Robinsons are seeking a new licensee, ideally with catering and/or hotel experience, who can continue to attract visitors to the pub through effective marketing and provide them with a consistently warm welcome.
A Little more about us
Set in the northern fells of the English Lake District, the Parish of Mungrisdale is made up of eight hamlets: Berrier, Bowscale, Hatcliffe Bridge, Heggle Lane, Hutton Roof, Mosedale, Mungrisdale and Murrah. Overlooking by the imposing fells of Blencathra (Saddleback), Bowscale and Carrock and complemented by the Caldew and Glenderamakin becks. The parish is predominately and farming community and is also very popular with tourists. This fellside village is about 2 miles off the main A66 Penrith to Keswick road. It is an ideal base not only for exploring the Lake District but also for days out to the City of Carlisle, Hadrian’s Wall, the Scottish borders, and the Eden Valley.
FMT barrelage: Please note that this assessment is based on the "fair maintainable trade" that can be achieved by a "reasonably efficient operator" and is not therefore a guarantee of volume or consequential sales or profit.
Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.