Newfield InnSeathwaite, Duddon Valley
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This 17th-century free house in the Duddon Valley, Wordsworth's favourite area, is an oasis for fell walkers and travellers passing through this secluded and peaceful valley. Note the unique banded slate floor in the bar. Four handpumps with mainly local ales. Good food is served all day and steaks are a speciality. The spacious beer garden has excellent views towards the South Lakeland Fells. Accommodation is in two self-catering flats.