The Sun Hotel, Coniston Village, In the Lake District
The Sun Inn has been here for something like 400 years at the start of the mountains and the pack horse trails to the West.
Forever associated with Donald Campbell and his world water speed record attempts, the pub remains a classic Lakeland Inn of rare quality.
Overlooking the village, a hotel extension was added over 100 years ago when the railway came (in 1859) and left (in 1962).
The Sun is still here though and offers a unique mix of four star Inn, conservatory restaurant, great pub and the kind of comfortable informality and atmosphere that many attempt but few achieve.
say about The Sun Inn.
we like to be able to advise our customers where to stay, where to eat and where to have the best laugh in the best company. The Sun Hotel in Coniston has all this. You know a great place when you see the
staff relaxing there with a pint after a hard days work, did i say hard? sorry after a days work.
As its so close to some of our activity venues, Sharon and Alan who are good friends of
have given us permission to work from the Pub car park which means it's drinks all round after the session, if you can't wait you can even enjoy a pint with your wet gear on.
The Sun Inn