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Troutbeck is a small village in the Lake District National Park of Cumbria in England, about 3 miles north of Windermere town.

This is a scenic village situated in a valley as picturesque as any in England.

The image below is from the road leading up from Windermere town in the south. Troutbeck Map

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Troutbeck image

The image below is of the Mortal Man Hotel, the main attraction in the village with an old English pub with gardens and serving meals mainly created from local produce.

The Queens Hotel is situated at the north side of Troutbeck. This hotel was being rebuilt in 2016 after fire dammage.

There is a walking / hike route from Troutbeck across the 1,581ft Wansfell Pike and down into Ambleside, about 2 hours walking.

Mortal Man Hotel Troutbeck image

The image below is of Troutbeck Jesus Church situated just outside the village, to the east. This is one of the most scenic places a church could be built.

Troutbeck Jesus Church image

The image below is of the Troutbeck Jesus Church interior.

Troutbeck Jesus Church interior image

The image below is of Park Farm by Troutbeck. Beatrix Potter bought this farm in 1923. She hired the shepherd George Walker to run the farm, and had a small study there that she used to write books.

The image below is from the Kirkstone Pass road, just north of Troutbeck. This is an amazing looking setting for a sheep fam, with hills on three sides.

The National Trust used to allow visits to the farm, but this seems to have stopped recently. The village of Near Sawrey is now the top place to visit one of Beatrix Potters' former homes.

Troutbeck Park Farm image

Troutbeck Web Pages / Attractions:

Wansfell Pike Hike Photo Tour

Kirkstone Pass, Inn and Mountains Photo Tour 4 miles north