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Cockermouth

For all of your shopping needs, look no further than The Lakes Distillery's beautifully appointed retail shop.

 

Grange-over-Sands

Food Hall stocking the very finest local produce, including Holker’s own seasonal meats and cheese, as well as fine foods and gifts.

 

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Hawkshead

With over 100 handmade Relishes, Pickles and Preserves and over 50 Great Taste Awards this is the perfect place for gifts and treats, a passion for local ingredients and traditionally handmade they are gluten, nut and preservative free.

 

Kendal

We’ve had a great year with Top Farm Shop accolades from the Times and Telegraph. Step through our farm shop doors and explore shelves full of local specialities and seasonal foods direct from farmers, growers, makers and producers.

 

Grasmere

This fascinating little shop was built in 1630 as the village school, and is where Wordsworth occasionally taught. In 1854 it became the home of Sarah Nelson's world famous original celebrated Grasmere gingerbread.

Speciality: Gingerbread, Rum Butter, Local Produce & Ginger themed products.

 

Kendal

The 1657 Chocolate House is a replica of the one in Bishopgate, London.

Speciality: Chocolate

 

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Kendal

In our artisan village you can meet talented crafts people in their studios, buy award-winning regional produce in our farm shop, savour home cooked, locally sourced fayre in our cafe.

Speciality: Award winning local produce

 

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Penrith

Our fresh counter displays handmade pies, Scotch eggs and excellent local cheese – just ask if you’d like to taste – and we have a table laden with everyday and unusual breads freshly baked in Staveley.

 

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Hawkshead

No trip to the Cocoabean is complete without a visit to our factory shop.

Speciality: Chocolate

 

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Ulverston

Based, in a shed, in the lovely market town of Ulverston, we're producing small batch, big flavour gins. Smooth enough to be sipped, bold enough to be mixed.

 

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Sedbergh

Bakes and Balls is all about Feel Good Food - for all - healthy snacks that taste fantastic; are free from all allergens and suitable for Vegans.

 

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Keswick

Bryson's has been welcoming customers through its doors from the same site in Keswick since 1947. We offer a wide range of breads, cakes, hot savouries, fresh creams and biscuits baked fresh each day on site.

 

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Cartmel

Selling Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding and fantastic other local produce and speciality foods. we have been featured on BBC's Great British Menu. Seasonal events, hamper service, advice on food and wine. Friendly atmosphere.

 

Hawkshead

Gourmet Fresh Food Delivery Service UK. Montgomery’s home catering delivery service provides a range of delicious unfrozen freshly cooked gourmet dinners.

 

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Grange-over-Sands

Fresh bread, cakes, pastries baked fresh overnight on the premises. Sandwich bar, takeaway coffee. Best ingredients (local if possible), great recipies and hard won skill to produce delicious hand crafted products every day.

 

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Staveley

The beer hall is the Brewery Tap, sampling room, visitors centre and beer shop. it is a fully licensed bar which looks down onto the brew house.

 

Cartmel

Unsworths Yard's own brewery is open to visitors every day of the week. We are an open-door brewery with the modern, stainless-steel, 5-barrel brewhouse separated from the tasting room bar and shop only by large windows.

 

Ambleside

Great North Pie Co.’s Neil Broomfield is not your average pie maker. His journey has seen him train to be a surveyor and become a policeman, before his heart took him back to where it all began – the kitchen.

 
 

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