The Manor Arms is not really the place for a quick drink; like a good meal it needs to be digested at leisure in order to be fully appreciated. So having chosen your drink, maybe one of the seemingly numerous real ales or still ciders on offer, and perhaps decided on a hot or cold snack, begin then to look around the bar. Here you will see photographs and paintings, significantly by the local artists, Steve Whittle and Jane Rousseau, all emphasizing and adding to the atmosphere of The Manor Arms. It will become apparent too that this was a favorite pub of the author Richard Adams (“Watership Down”) and of course the entire area was and remains a haunt for artists; painters and writers alike. You are in Wordsworth country now and at The Manor Arms the traveler and walker (The Manor Arms is on the Innway Walk) mixes with the busy professional, artist and writer in a heady combination of good company and conversation. So be prepared to be influenced by everything that Broughton-in-Furness in general and The Manor Arms in particular has to offer and enjoy your time here at a leisurely pace, one you have stumbled across and not easily found elsewhere today.