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Bowness-on-Windermere

Unconventional Japanese Robata cooking with Korean flavours and Pacific Rim influences. Baha is the perfect destination to enjoy a unique food experience in a fun and playful surrounding.

 

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Carlisle

A modern and contemporary village inn with a restaurant serving home cooked, locally sourced produce.

Speciality: Fresh home cooked food.

  • Chef: Jimmy Little & Stuart Wallace
  • Covers: 60
 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

Our Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 people comes with a delicious range of miniature cakes and finger sandwiches, plus a pot of Dammann Tea or Illy coffee beverage.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

Quintessentially British and 100% delicious.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

During the day and throughout the evening you can sip a glass of champagne, have one of our amazing Cocktails or enjoy a glass of wine or a beer. We also offer for groups visiting us Booths Packages and Cocktail Master Classes.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

Our Pátisserie and savoury food selection allows you to either indulge with one of our delicious sweet treats, or satisfy your hunger with a homemade sandwich, made with flavoursome fillings and fresh artisan bread.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

Served in a stylish but equally elegant setting, Afternoon Tea at The Fizzy Tarté can be a traditional or contemporary affair, depending on your preference.

 

Ambleside

The bar is at the heart of any Inn and Wateredge is no exception. Our beer garden is unique, and right on the edge of Lake Windermere! You just can’t beat it.

 

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Penrith

Opened in April 2019, The Queen’s Head Askham is a village pub with a difference just a two minute walk from Askham Hall.

 

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Grasmere

Tweedies Bar is an award-winning pub set in the heart of Grasmere with a fabulous beer garden for those sunny days.

 

Coniston

On-site cafe/restaurant serving teas, coffees and light lunches all homemade on the premises. Parties and groups catered for. Outside seating on the terrace overlooking the lake.

 

Ullswater

The Living Space is a place for eating, meeting and lounging on sofas. Its food is fresh, bold and distinctive.

 

Grasmere

Make time to drink in the beauty of Grasmere and the surrounding fells as you indulge in a traditional afternoon tea in our idyllic gardens – or beside the fire in our cosy lounges.

 

Grasmere

Homely, relaxed and with a roaring fire when winter sets in, the Dove Bistro is a welcoming place to unwind after a day in the mountains.

 

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Cockermouth

Get a glimpse behind the scenes of a working distillery and discover how the Lakes whisky, gin and vodka are produced.

 

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Kendal

Our famous Vats Bar is the place to go when you’re in Kendal. Serving great food, good beer and a wide range of fine wines, spirits and soft drinks, Kendal’s friendliest bar is the favourite start to any night in town.

 

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Penrith

Nestling in the foothills of the Pennines in the Eden Valley, this tranquil garden is famous for its herb collection, apple orchards and the annual apple day in October.

  • Covers: 20
 
 

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