The Queen’s Head Inn set in the centre of the village of Tirril.As Wordsworth described this area of the Lakes himself it is "The loveliest spot that man hath ever known.", Tirril is nestled on the edge of the Lake District, two and a half miles from Ullswater, one of Lakeland’s most majestic lakes.The Queen’s Head is only 2 miles from the M6 and A66 ideal for exploring further afield to the Eden Valley, North Yorkshire moors – of the Brontes fame or even Hadrian’s wall.
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At Junction 40 (Penrith) turn east along the A66 towards Brough and Appleby. About 1 mile on at the round about turn south along the A6 towards Shap. You immediately enter the village of Eamont Bridge, at the end of the village, turn right immediately after the Crown Public House. Tirril is about one and a half miles on. In the centre of the village on your right is the Queen’s Head with it’s car park at the rear.
At Scotch Corner turn west towards Brough, Appleby and Penrith on the A66. Follow this to Penrith and it‘s junction with the A6. At this junction turn south towards Shap. You immediately enter the village of Eamont Bridge, at the end of the village, turn right directly after the Crown Public House. Tirril is about one and a half miles on. In the centre of the village on the right is the Queen’s Head inn with a large car park at the rear.