Since 1500 AD, The Brown Cow Inn of Dalton-in-Furness has stood here at the foot of the High Bluff on which also stand the only two buildings in Dalton that are older; the church and the castle. History is evidenced throughout the beautiful and atmospheric Brown Cow Inn, a pub and restaurant that has so much charm and personality.
At the Brown Cow Inn in Dalton we pride ourselves on achieving the rare balancing act of keeping a good cellar and serving delicious home cooked food. We boast a selection of guest ales as well as the usual offerings and have an all weather, all season heated outside seating area. We also offer accommodation in the form of a self Contained Flat with family size rooms and its own ample amenities. The flat, like The Brown Cow Inn, is warm, welcoming and comfortable.
Cooking is a blend of the best of traditional and world cuisine; from sumptuous steaks cooked just the way you like them through to home-made pies, lighter snacks and vegetarian choices. Our kitchen team take the finest of local ingredients, wherever possible, to create mouth-watering dishes that will keep you coming back for more.
From our secluded position here alongside the quaint cottages of Dalton, you can truly get a feel for the past, a time less hurried and a time when all villages looked a lot like the do right here. Dalton-in-Furness sits atop a hill in the northwest corner of England, just to the south of the breathtakingly beautiful Lake District. Dalton sits in the centre of the peninsula that juts out into the Irish Sea and is made beautiful by rich, fertile land that nature has decorated and wildlife calls its home.
We invite you to visit us here at The Brown Cow Inn, have a drink, enjoy good company, partake of a hearty home-cooked meal and even linger longer in our cosy accommodation to truly take advantage of the beauty of the area and the friendly hospitality of the locals. With an open fire to warm you in winter and a large outdoor area for balmy summer days and nights, we are the perfect venue throughout the year.