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Carlisle

From breakfast to lunch, coffee to cocktails, Bartons Yard Café Bar is the perfect place to meet, eat & drink.

 

Newby Bridge

The beating heart of the hotel. Unashamedly homely and relaxed with a little bit of fabulousness thrown in. All are welcome inside and out, even the dog.

 

Green Tourism Silver Award

Ambleside

Our air-conditioned Brasserie is open to both residents and non-residents for Lunch & Dinner and our menus feature the finest fresh produce from the region.

 

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.

 

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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Carlisle

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

Speciality: Fresh home cooked food.

  • Chef: Jimmy Little & Lynette Main
  • Covers: 60
 

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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Keswick

Our new Café by the Lake building is open from 9am, serving breakfast, lunch and pre-theatre meals.

 

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Penrith

Askham Hall's beautifully remodelled dining area is made up of three exquisite rooms and overseen by renowned head chef Richard Swale.

Speciality: Local produce

  • Chef: Richard Swale
 

National Trust

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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Ambleside

Nestled at the feet of Langdale's soaring pikes you'll find the Sticklebarn, a National Trust run country pub offering real ale, good wine and great food right in the heart of the Lake District.

Speciality: Real ale, good wine and really tasty local food.

 

Historic Houses Association Friends Scheme

Penrith

Our tearoom serves a range of delicious home-made light refreshments. The tearoom is open to the public when the House is open.

 

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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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Sedbergh

We serve innovative, seasonal ‘field to fork’ and ‘nose to tail’ locally sourced food.

Speciality: “Field to fork” seasonal menu

  • Chef: Nina Ratcliffe
  • Covers: 100
 

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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.

 

Ullswater

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

 
 

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