Located in the picturesque village of Wray, Bridge House Farm is a restaurant cafe
with a difference. The stunningly converted natural stone building features solid
oak floors and a real wood burning fire. Whether you’re after a coffee and a slice
of our tempting selection of cakes or something more substantial from our delicious
menu, you’ll always be guaranteed a warm friendly atmosphere and beautiful surroundings.
Using only the best produce including freshly laid eggs and local seasonal vegetables.
The menu is both modern and wholesome with plenty of options for vegetarians and
The George and Dragon is situated in the historic village of Wray, in the beautiful
Lune Valley. The village of Wray is well known for its attractive buildings and
history, and its beautiful location at the junction of the Roeburn and Hindburn rivers
in the Lune Valley. The surrounding countryside is a very popular area for walkers
and cyclists. The Wray Scarecrow Festival is held in May each year. The George and
Dragon is a genuine village local with great food. There are two bar areas, welcoming
fires for cold weather and a separate dining room. Pub games available and a regular
quiz night on Wednesday.
Bridge House Farm
Tel: 015242 22496
George & Dragon
Tel: 015242 21403
The Royal Oak, Hornby
A warm welcome awaits you at the Royal Oak, situated in the delightful village of
Hornby at the 15 mile point of the route, The Royal Oak is idealy situated as maybe
your first port of call for a refreshing drink or bite to eat and offers secure storage
for bikes. The Royal Oak is also well equiped and happy to cater for large groups
of cyclists, offer mouthwatering full english breakfasts on Saturday & Sundays, and
has a large beer garden.