In its time, The Coledale Inn, Braithwaite, Cumbria has been a woollen spinning house, a private house, a pencil works and a village inn. We returned from our annual visit today.
The Coledale Inn stands on the mountain, above the village of Braithwaite in the Coledale area of the village. It is my favourite village in the English Lake District.
The Inn was built during the reign of King George 1V, before Queen Victoria so would be classed as Georgian in English monarch dynastical terms. It has been added to during its life.
Except for the Inn photo itself, all photos were taken by me.