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Food and Drink

Here are a variety of cafes, pubs and restaurants around the area local to Broughton in Furness.


Eating Out #01

The Newfield Inn

Newfield Inn a traditional Lakeland Inn, at Seathwaite, in the heart of the Duddon Valley


Eating Out #02

Old Kings Head

Old Kings Head An old coaching inn, 400 years old,accommodation, bar restaurant,


Eating Out #03

The Square Cafe and Picture Gallery

The Square Cafe and Picture Gallery Centrally located in The Square at Broughton. Family run and open daily for home cooked food and snacks.



Eating Out #04

The Blacksmiths Arms

The Blacksmiths Arms is situated in Broughton Mills, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6AX


Eating Out #05

The Black Cock Inn

The 16th Century The Black Cock Inn stands at the heart of the attractive little town of Broughton-in-Furness.



Eating Out #06

Broughton Village Bakery & Cafe

Broughton Village Bakery & Cafe, Takeaway, Shop with Wi-Fi and 5 star National Food Hygiene Award


Eating Out #07

Beswicks Restaurant

Beswicks Restaurant, The Square. A warm welcome awaits you in the uniquely charming lounge at Beswicks Restaurant.


Eating Out #08

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales an award winning Brew Pub, home to the Foxfield Brewery.




Eating Out #09

The Manor Arms

The Manor Arms is a family run 17th Century Free House. Open all day from 12 noon


Eating Out #10

Burlington Inn Kirkby-in-Furness

BurlingtonInn Traditional pub on the edge of the Duddon Estuary in the friendly village of Kirkby
in Furness
Fresh food available Wednesday to Saturday evening and our popular Sunday Lunch is well patronised




Eating Out #11

The Newfield Inn

Here at The Newfield Inn in the Duddon Valley we are open 11.00am to 11.00pm every day, with food served from 12-9pm.
Newfield Real ale.
Large stunning beer garden and children's play area.
Real fire in winter.
Click Here to see their website.

For more information or to make a reservation please telephone Paul and Alwyn Batten on 01229 716208.


Address: Newfield Inn, Seathwaite, Duddon Valley, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6ED




Eating Out #12

Square Café and Picture Gallery

We are centrally located in The Square at Broughton. Family run cafe we are open daily for home cooked food and snacks.
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For further information please telephone Jane Rousseau on
01229 716388 or email: info@thesquarecafe.biz


Address: The Square Cafe, The Square, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6JA




Eating Out #13

The Blacksmiths Arms

The Blacksmiths Arms at Broughton Mills
The cosy bar is reserved for drinking only. Home Cooked Food served in our three small dining rooms.
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For more information please contact Mike & Sophie Lane on
01229 716824 or email: eat@theblacksmithsarms.com


Address: The Blacksmiths Arms, Broughton Mills, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6AX




Eating Out #14

The Black Cock Inn

The 16th Century Black Cock Inn stands at the heart of the attractive little town of Broughton-in-Furness.

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For more information please telephone 01229 716529 or email: stay-c-08@hotmail.com

Address: Black Cock Inn, Princes Street, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6HQ




Eating Out #15

Broughton Village Bakery &Cafe

Bakery, Cafe, Takeaway, Shop and Wi-Fi

*ITV! Britains Best Bakery Finalist
*Winner of the Lake District Final and the Northern Regional Final of ITV1's "Britains Best Bakery"
*Featured in the top 10 budget restaurants in the Lake District
*Represented West Cumbria Food at the House of Commons
*5 star National Food Hygiene Award

Our bakery table is loaded with an irresistible display of freshly baked breads, cakes, traybakes, proper cheesy quiches, pies, pasties, thick sausage rolls; all made on site.

We have a cosy cafe with a wood burning stove (especially for our British summers!) and an even cosier sofa for total relaxation after a walk on the Fells.


The menu has been created around our bakery produce and offers delicious straightforward food made from local, seasonal, fairtrade and organic ingredients wherever possible.

Free Wi-Fi is available with drinks and food.

We also provide a takeaway service or you can ring and we'll have it ready for collection. Fresh homemade soups, generously filled sandwiches made with our own bread and a very tempting selection of homemade cakes and desserts.

Broughton Village Bakery & Cafe Website .
For more information please telephone 01229 716284. Email: broughtonvillagebakery@gmail.com

Address: Broughton Village Bakery & Cafe, Princes Street, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6HQ





Eating Out #16

Beswicks Restaurant

Beswicks Restaurant Situated in The Square
The menu is changed regularly and features up to 5 courses. We have been lucky enough to have been recommended in the Travel section of the Guardian in recent times along with several other local establishments.

For more information please telephone Christine on 01229 716285

Address: Beswicks Restaurant, Langholme House, The Square, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6JF




Eating Out #17

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales Foxfield
Worth a visit with an ever-changing range of beers that always include a Mild and usually a beer from Tigertops or Foxfield Brewery.

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For more information please telephone Stuart or Linda on 01229 716238.

Address: The Prince of Wales, Foxfield, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6BX




Eating Out #18

The Manor Arms

The Manor Arms with a warm and friendly atmosphere, with two open fires, a pool table, games and free wi-fi.
There are up to eight real ales available.
Winner of numerous CAMRA awards and we have made it to the latter stages of the National Pub of the Year three times.
Families and well behaved dogs are welcome in the bar. We are in the Broughton Festival of Beer held on the first weekend of October annually.

Click Here to see their website.

For more information please telephone 01229 716286 or email: scott.varty@btinternet.com

Address: The Manor Arms, The Square, Broughton in Furness, LA20 6HY




Eating Out #19

Burlington Inn Kirkby-in-Furness

Traditional pub on the edge of the Duddon Estuary in the friendly village of Kirkby
in Furness.
Within easy reach of Lake Coniston and Windermere and gateway to the Northen
Lakes.
Ulverston,a small town with many independent shops(and the birth place of Stan
Laurel) is just four miles away across the stunning Kirkby Moor.
Nearby attractions include the Lakeland Motor Museum, Lakeside Aquarium, The
Haverthwaite Steam Railway and Dalton Zoo (voted visitor attraction of the year).


Eating Out #20En suite available with full English breakfast, suitable for tourists, ramblers, cyclists
and family visits.
Fresh food available Wednesday to Saturday evening and our popular Sunday Lunch is well patronised
Come and join the locals to play pool, watch Sky TV and enjoy our extensive range of cask ales
Neil and Lin 01229889039 Or E mail burlingtoninn@btconnect.com



Old Kings Head

Our restaurant serves food
Monday 6pm-9pm
Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon-4pm & 6pm-9pm
Sunday 12 noon-6pm
Bed and Breakfast we have 5 en suite letting room
Large beer garden to relax in: in the bar there is pool table & darts board plus BT sports
tel 01229716293
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