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Cavendish Street, Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6QA Map
w: www.lake-district.com/Cavendish Arms
w: www.lake-district.com/Cavendish Arms
The Cavendish Arms is much more than a Lake District hotel, but rather a charming retreat with a fine restaurant. The Cavendish Arms is 450 years old, previously an old coaching inn, set in the picturesque village of Cartmel, with beamed ceilings, a wealth of antique furniture and a blazing log fire. We serve excellent British food using the finest of local produce, good wines and a range of traditional ales and beers. With friendly relaxed service and very comfortable rooms, you will find yourself drifting away from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind into Cartmel's perfectly laid back village way of life. We are pet friendly but do ask for a Â£10.00 per night charge for each pet and for you to book your pet in with us at the time of booking with late rooms, to ensure you are allocated the correct room(s)We provide full breakfasts from 8.30 am each morning included in any price quoted, however, we are unable to accommodate for early breakfasts or give further reductions to rates if breakfast is not taken.kind regards.
Nestling in the heart of Dentdale a few miles from the market town of Sedbergh. Dent is renowned as one of the quaintest and prettiest villages in the Yorkshire Dales.Situated in idyllic countryside within easy reach of the Lake District and the West Coast, Dent provides the perfect holiday base.The George and Dragon is a grade 2 listed building situated in the centre of Dent Village overlooking the famous Adam Sedgwick Memorial Fountain.The Main Bar area hosts a 42 Plasma Screen TV, Screening Live Sporting Events and Pool Room with Gambling Machine and Dart BoardTraditionally furnished with relaxed public rooms the George and Dragon has two spacious dining areas serving home cooked meals daily 12 noon to 8.30 pm. Tap House for Dent Brewery
The Inn at Keswick is a welcoming pub offering great home-cooked food and accommodation in the vibrant market town of Keswick, which is situated on the lakeside north of Derwentwater in Cumbria's Lake District. The Inn at Keswick offers a pleasing blend of pub, restaurant and hotel rooms with a well stocked bar and a varied menu of freshly prepared produce and seasonal ingredients. For our overnight guests, we offer comfortable, en-suite bedrooms with the option of a fresh, wholesome breakfast. Whether the reason for your visit to the Lakes is walking, climbing, an activity holiday or just to relax and take in the magnificent views, you're guaranteed to enjoy the warm welcome and cosy surroundings we have to offer
We are delighted to welcome you to the the Wild Boar Inn, Grill and Smokehouse. A great new dining experience with our all new Grill and Smokehouse, and a wide range of bedroom accommodation from comfortable classic country style through to sheer indulgent luxury.The Wild BoarSet in the ancient beauty of the Gilpin Valley, this Coaching Inn takes its name from the local legend of Sir Richard de Gilpin who bravely fought and killed a particularly ferocious wild boar close by. However its fame these days has much more to do with the warmest of welcomes and standard of service complemented by our new, individually designed rooms, and the new Grill and Smokehouse and open kitchen offering more theatre to the overall dining experience. Head Chef Marc Sanders will proudly continue his commitment to the best locally produced seasonal ingredients. Indeed The Wild Boar has a very special quality that is often best experienced whilst relaxing by the open fire.
The Yewdale Hotel is a situated in the centre of Coniston and therefore central for the scenic delights of the Lake District. Built of local stone and slate in 1896, it was once part guest house and part bank.Eight centrally heated bedrooms with en suite, tv and tea-making facilities, provide comfortable, restful accommodation, and an excellent Cumbrian breakfast starts the day. In the bar and dining room fresh seasonal produce features on a varied menu that includes plenty of choice for vegetarians as well as children's dishes. In addition an extended bar menu is offered daily between 12 noon and 9pm. The hotel is open daily for breakfast, morning coffee, snacks, lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals. Non-residents are welcome. All interests are catered for in the area, and the owners and staff are on hand to offer advice and information on how to enjoy them to the full. Fishing, boating, canoeing, walking and pony trekking are all available on or around Coniston Water, and those with energy to spare can tackle the climb up the 2,600' Old Man of Coniston. The Ruskin Museum in the village celebrates the life and work of the Victorian artist John Ruskin, and a short ferry trip across the Lake takes visitors to Brantwood, Ruskin's home for the last 28 years of his life.