A warm welcome awaits you in the beautiful Eskdale valley.
About Boot Inn
The Boot Inn nestles in the tiny hamlet of Boot, deep in the heart of the Eskdale Valley within easy walking distance of the Lake District's largest and most magnificent fells. The inn has been catering for hungry and thirsty travellers since the 17th century, offering a selection of traditionally kept cask ales and fine wines as well as hearty home cooked food sourced as locally as possible including the legendery Cumberland sausages; a must try for visitors to the Lakes, including dogs!
The valley provides a wealth of opportunity for outdoor activity with Scafell Pike, Great Gable, Harter Fell and Crinkle Crags to mention a few all within walking distance, without having to cross a single road! Cyclists can test their endurance levels against the Hardknott and Wrynose passes,
the steepest section of road in England leading to the Duddon Valley and Langdale. Dalegarth station is the closest train station, accessed by travelling on the Ravenglass and Eskdale steam railway. Stuart, Anita and Claire will be sure to give you a warm welcome as you arrive and if you're planning to stay, there are 9 rooms to choose from including two family rooms, all of which are en-suite.