The Brown Horse Inn has a lovely, traditional country bar with open beams and a roaring log fire. The bar offers a wide variety of bottled beers from around the world, an extensive wine and spirits selection and some wonderful cocktails. The Brown Horse Inn is also a great supporter of local breweries and hosts a number of local, hand pulled guest ales that are always changing. As if that wasn\’t enough, The Brown Horse Inn has just launched its very own micro-brewery the result of which can be enjoyed every day in the bar. Currently at The Brown Horse Inn you can enjoy hand pulled ales like Coniston Bluebird, Pride of Pendle, Lancaster Amber, Dent Aviato, Timothy Taylor Landlord,and Tetleys Cask. Draft beer include Carlsberg Cold, San Miguel, Tuborg, Old English Cider, Guinness and Tetleys Cold. The restaurant at The Brown Horse Inn offers the cosy ambiance of a rustic country inn, featuring beautiful beams, real fires and friendly waiting staff. Lunch is served between 12pm and 2pm, and dinner is served from 6pm until 9pm. The Brown Horse Inn offers a sophisticated menu with a contemporary take on traditional local fare. All of our meats and the majority of or vegetables are reared and grown on the Brown Horse Estate. Anything that is not direct from The Brown Horse Estate is sourced within a three mile radius. The Restaurant also offers an extensive collection of wines and hand-pulled, traditional Ales. The Restaurant has 40 covers with table size varying from 2 persons up to 12 persons, however, The Brown Horse Inn can also cater for parties when booked in advance. Adjacent to the Restaurant is the traditional country bar which offers a lovely relaxed atmosphere, serving exactly the same menu as the restaurant. The Bar has 30 covers with table sizes varying from 2 persons up to 8 persons. The Brown Horse Inn offers nine newly refurbished luxurious en-suite bedrooms. The contemporary styles of the rooms does not detract from the historic charm of the inn. The individually designed rooms include; Flat Screen TVs, Solid Oak Beds and Luxury en-suite bathrooms. The original exposed beams and fittings maintain the unique character of the Brown Horse Inn. The largest is a family room with one double and a single bed. One bedroom has twin beds and the other eight are boast comfortable double beds. Four of the bedrooms come with individual idilic Winster views and all rooms offer vistas over the Winster valley. We also offer special rates throughout the year. The Winster area is rich in wildlife. Nuthatches, buzzards, and woodpeckers are a familiar site. Badgers, roe deer, foxes, and hares also inhabit the valley.The village of Winster is a small and picturesque settlement of whitewashed cottages of rough-hewn stone, which lies almost hidden amongst the folds of the wooded hillsides that border the upper reaches of the River Winster. A seventeenth century cottage serves as the village post office. The Brown Horse Inn in the village, which was established in 1850, serves very good food. The Winster Valley, which lies to the south of Lake Windermere, is an unspoilt and tranquil area which offers the visitor some superb scenery. Winsters meadows, rolling hillsides, dry stone walls and scattered dwellings, are entirely typical of the soft countryside of the southern fringe of the Lake District National Park.