Local Places to Eat and Drink

There are numerous places to eat and drink within a 5 or 10 minute drive Black Beck Farm, below is just three of our personal favourites – two of which are within easy walking distance, perfect for a summers evening stroll


White Hart, Bouth

After a day in the Lake District you can enjoy a satisfying meal in the bar, upstairs dining area or beer terrace. The west facing beer terrace offers beautiful woodland views. Seating for up to 40 people, the terrace is bathed with sunshine from midday until the sun sets over Colton Fell.

The well stocked horseshoe-shaped bar boasts six well kept cask conditioned real ales including Jennings Cumberland at 4% A.B.V. - a local Cumbrian brew from Cockermouth, Black Sheep bitter from Masham in the Yorkshire Dales at 3.8% A.B.V. and Coniston Bluebird from the Ulverston Brewery at 3.6% A.B.V. The three remaining pumps feature changing guest beers from around the UK.

5 Miniute Walk from Black Beck Farm Holiday Caravans

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Rusland Pool, Haverthwaite

Rusland Pool Hotel, Restaurant and Bar, Haverthwaite, is a popular destination for both holiday makers and business travellers alike, whilst enjoying a reputation amongst the locals for a very high standard of food, and a friendly informal service.

The hotel is beside the A590 between Newby Bridge and Ulverston, the main thoroughfare to and from South Lakeland, the Furness and Cartmel Peninsulas and the West Cumbrian Coast, and just within the Lake District National Park, the family owned Rusland Pool Hotel offers a warm welcome.

20 Miniute Walk (including along the river bank) from Black Beck Farm Holiday Caravans

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The Manor House, Oxen Park

The Manor House, originally the big house of the hamlet, formally known as Bank House was purchased by Hartleys brewery in 1933. The building then changed its name to The Manor House and took over from the Black Lion Cottage over the road as the local hostelry.

The building has seen many changes over the years, but more so recently when we, the current owners, Leighann and Anthony, purchased the building in June 2017. We acquired the building from Robinson’s brewery and for the first time became a free house.

After undergoing a major refurbishment, we reopened in August 2017 with our daughter Emilli and close family friend Adam taking on the day to day management, together with our younger daughter Jaysley and other members of the family providing a helping hand. We truly are a family run business.

10 Miniute Drive from Black Beck Farm Holiday Caravans

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