The Cat Inn is a Grade II an16th century lovely pub and Inns located on Main Street of a bustling market town in Egremont, which lies at the foot of Uldale Valley and Dent Fell.




The Cat Inn comprises three en-suite apartments, and one extra large double bedroom with separate bathroom. Rooms are available to let on a daily basis.

The Cat Inn is 3 miles from the beautiful beach of St Bees, 5 miles from a port of Whitehaven and10 miles from Ennerdale water, a pristine lake in the lake district.

- It has four apartments, three with en-suite bathrooms & toilets as well as separate seating areas.

- One Apartment consists of a fully furnished kitchen. 

- All apartments have free wifi, central heating, coffee & tea facilities, a microwave, a TV and a fan.

A well-established hostelry Pub Located on the main High Street through Egremont.
The pub benefits from a large rear beer garden, a smoking area and free car parking for our customers.
Also, this pub benefits from live entertainment with a wide selection of songs, live Sky/BT sports, movies, HD TVs, free wifi, Jukebox, dart games, pool table, beer pong, digital and analogue fruit machines.



Book your rooms in advance not to miss excellent service and central location. Good for the entire family, couple, leisure or business tour.






Egremont has many unique and interesting places for visitors to enjoy, including Egremont Castle, Florence Mine, Hartley's Ice Cream, Lowes Court Gallery, various walks, Clint's Quarry (SSSI) and cycle paths.

It has an active public and community arts programme, called Creative Egremont. The town is home to Florence Arts Centre, based at the nearby Florence Mine (now disused), which has a programme of live events - gigs, theatre and stand-up comedy - and an art gallery. There is a studio on-site for the Florence Paintmakers, a co-operative of artists who use the local iron ore pigment to make oil and watercolour paints, pastels and other art materials.

Egremont's Crab Fair is held on the third Saturday in September annually and features unusual events – such as the world-famous 'gurning' and greasy pole climbing. This fair is a major local event, with the town's high street being closed to normal traffic for street dancing and a parade, while sports such as Cumberland & Westmorland Wrestling are held on the ground nearby. The fair's origins go back to 1267, and it is claimed to be one of the oldest fairs in the world



 - Beautiful beach just 3 miles away.

A beautiful beach with pebbles, sand and rock pools.

 - Egremont Castle

Lovely castle to walk around with the family. Kept clean and grass kept cut. Nice remembrance poppy display at the South Gate.

 - Florence Arts Centre

Great local arts centre. Lovely little cafe and garden

This is a fascinating place. It was a working iron mine until eight years ago but is now a thriving arts centre with an interesting programme of good modern art exhibitions and events, such as cinema and live music. The old workings are beautiful and richly red in colour from the haematite. There is an artists' co-op making paints/pastels from the red iron pigment, which you can buy.

and many more.....