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With Coniston village a short walk away and an even shorter drive we figured we would leave you to explore the various drinking establishments and restaurants on offer, however finding somewhere nice to eat further afield can be tricky if you don't know the area so we thought we would share some of our favourite eating and watering holes in the surrounding villages.

The Drunken Duck Inn, Barngates, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0NG, Tel: 015394 36347

(3.5 miles / 7 minute drive)

The Drunken Duck is a 400 year old award winning Inn & Microbrewery. The pub got its name when the owner at the time found some ducks lying in the road, apparently dead. Not wanting them to go to waste she decided to cook them. On plucking them they suddenly came to life and it transpired this deep sleep was brought on by drinking beer that had leaked from some barrels at the pub.Serving delicious food using plenty of local produce and offering a great selection of real ales (brewed on site!) as well as an extensive wine list, a trip to the Drunken Duck has....NB. We would recommend making a reservation for this restaurant as it is very popular.

Sample menu's: Lunch & Evening

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The Blacksmiths Arms, Broughton Mills, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA20 6AX Tel: 01229 716824

(10 miles / 18 minute drive)

This Inn dates back to 1577 and it retains many of its original features, it features in several guides including the AA pub guide, The Good Pub Guide and The Good Beer Guide. It is also the only pub in the Lake District listed in the National Inventory of historic pubs. The Blacksmiths Arms serves great homecooked food using local ingredients, it also has a good selection of real ales.

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Church House Inn, Torver, Coniston, Cumbria, LA21 8AZ Tel: 015394 41282

(4 miles / 7 minute drive)

This 14th century Inn located in the hamlet of Torver just outside Coniston is run by Mike Beaty who was once private chef to David Bowie. The Church House Inn serves delicious dishes using organic and local produce as well as a good selection of real ale.

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L'enclume, Cavendish Street, Cartmel, Cumbria, LA11 6PZ Tel: 015395 36362

(15 miles / 30 minute drive)

L'enclume is a michelin starred restuarant in Cartmel, the chef patron Simon Rogan is a protege of Marco Pierre White, Jean-Christophe Novelli and John Burton-Race and his cooking has drawn plaudits from all corners. The Independent named it 'One of the five best restaurants with rooms in Europe.' A special restaurant which would be great for a special occassion.

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Lucy4's, St.Mary's Lane, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9DG Tel: 015394 34666

(7 miles / 15 minute drive)

"Forget formal dining - this is relaxed, sociable eating" is the food policy at Lucy4. Losely based on Spanish Tapas this is a great place to go with a big group and share lots of dishes. They also offer a large selection of Wines and Beers.

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The Glass House, Rydal Road, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9AN Tel: 015394 32137

(7 miles / 15 minute drive)

The Glass House is situated in a fully restored Grade II listed Mill dating from the 15th Century. It offers a fusion of British and European dishes on it's extensive menu. The Glass House also has an extensive drinks menu with a wine list that bridges the old and new worlds,an eclectic collection of beers from Europe, home made flavoured vodkas, over sixty malt whiskeys (some very rare) and a collection of vintage Armagnacs dating back to 1900.

Sample menu's: Starters - Mains - Desserts - Childrens

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