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We welcome walk-ins. To make a table reservation please call 017687 77224.
Call 017687 77224 to book your table. We welcome walk-ins
Elegant dining, tempting menus and personal service – ingredients that make the restaurant popular with residents and locals alike. Dining is always a pleasure with delicious local produce on the menu and the hotel prides itself on superb silver service – an art lost in many places and something few can truly master. The menu is prepared with the finest fresh, local ingredients and includes a traditional roast carved by from our silver carving trolley. The finest of food deserves the finest of wines, so through glass doors in the restaurant a stunning walk-in wine cellar displays our wine and champagne collection, cased in beautiful rich wood.
We like our guests to have special experience when dining in our Restaurant and kindly request casual but smart attire and no faded/ripped jeans, branded t-shirts, shorts, trainers, walking boots or flip flops.
Current opening times
Sunday Lunch 12.00-2.30pm
Food served daily from 12pm-9pm
The lounge, conservatory and garden offer the perfect location to relax and enjoy morning coffee, lunches, light bites and afternoon tea. Open throughout the day to everyone, your four-legged friend can join you whilst you dine.
The veranda was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887, allowing guests to take tea and admire the views. Visitors today now have the option of taking a seat in the new look conservatory! Enjoy morning coffee or a light lunch with stunning scenery any day of the year – and what finer place to have a truly traditional Lakeland Afternoon Tea? Perfectly prepared sandwiches, scones and divine cakes, a truly indulgent treat.
The pretty landscaped gardens have been admired for over 140 years and the ancient Magnolia attracts garden enthusiasts who return each year to see this magnificent floral triumph. Where better to see the sun set over Cat Bells mountain range – made famous by Beatrix Potter’s Miss Tiggywinkle (even more extraordinary when you know that Miss Potter was born the year the hotel first opened).
Enjoy lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, as well as light bites throughout the day from our seasonal lounge menu with a wide range of speciality coffees, teas and herbal teas as well as alcoholic beverages including cocktails and real ales.
Dine in the elegant restaurant between 12pm and 2pm, where our courteous and friendly staff silver serve you a traditional 4 course Sunday lunch, with a selection of juicy roasts from our traditional silver carving trolley.
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