Mortal Man

Cask ales, malt whiskey’s and fine wines make up the menu at the Mortal Man pub in Troutbeck. The pub first swung its doors open in 1689 and today boasts a beer garden filled with wildflowers and impressive panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.


Inside the roaring log fire creates an instant cosy atmosphere and the free maps make planning your next Lake District walk twice as fun. This bustling traditional pub always has events going on to check the website to see if you’ve landed on folk music or poetry nights. If you find you’ve indulged in one too many whiskeys’s the pub also has guestrooms for an overnight stay.

What to Order

The Mortal Man’s menu features traditional pub classics and a specials board including Cumberland sausage, bubble and squeak and pie of the day. After a delicious main course, why not treat yourself to a homemade sticky toffee pudding before re-consulting your map and altering your route to spend another night here.