The Old Sawmill Tearoom at Mirehouse Historic House and Gardens
Nestled at the foot of Dodd Wood and overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake, The Old Sawmill is a welcome sight for weary fell walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. Ospreys and red squirrels are a major attraction in Dodd Wood. In Winter a log burning fire awaits and in summer enjoy outside dining with lake views. The tearoom serves hearty lunches, homemade quiche, Cumberland sausage and a fantastic array of homemade scones and cakes. All baking is made on the premises.
Homemade soup with a cheese scone £3.30, fruit pie & ice cream £3.50
Cumberland sausage; sticky ginger pudding, served with rum butter
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VenueMirehouse Historic House and Gardens
Underskiddaw, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 4QE
Map reference: NY 234282 Lat: 54.64308 Long: -3.18845
3 miles along A591 from Keswick. Parking £3 but refunded agaisnst admission to Mirehouse.
Accessible by Public Transport : 20 miles (32.2 kms) from Penrith station
Family-friendly, disabled access, indoor and outdoor attraction.