Troutbeck, South Lakeland
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Not to be confused with Troutbeck, Eden.
The Mortal Man Inn public house, Troutbeck
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Troutbeck is a village in South Lakeland district in Cumbria. It is 3 miles (5 km) north of Windermere town, and west of the A592 road. It is a conservation area and includes the National Trust property of Townend.
- Post Office, General Store and Teashop - run by Pam and Sue (on main road through village)
- Village Institute (above Post Office)
- The Mortal Man Inn (on main road through village). Has the "Oh, Mortal Man" verse on the pub sale, with reference to Sally Birkett's Ale:
- "O mortal man that lives by bread,
- What is it makes thy nose so red?
- Thou silly fool, that look'st so pale,
- 'Tis drinking Sally Birkett's ale."
- The Queen's Head Hotel (on A592, Kirkstone Pass Road)
- Jesus Church - with unusual Pre-Raphaelite stained glass
- Limefitt Caravan Park
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