The Mill Inn, 2 miles away at Mungrisdale – just the right distance to walk & settle your tummy (about 40 mins).
01768 779 632 CA11 0XR
The Old Crown is in the picturesque Cumbrian village of Hesket Newmarket, about 5 miles away. The pub is owned by a co-operative of more than one hundred local people. It is believed to Britain’s first co-operatively owned pub.
The co-operative is dedicated to maintaining the essential character of the pub. The Old Crown serves the very best real ales all brewed by the Hesket Newmarket Brewery which stands at the rear of the pub. Limited number of tables for food.
The White Horse Inn, 7 miles away, on the A66 towards Keswick. Located at the foot of the Blencathra and Sharp Edge, it is ideal for trekking, with paths to the mountains immediately from the beer garden.
Whether you are food shopping in our Food Hall or just need to recharge your batteries, Café Oswald’s provides the perfect setting for a relaxing and indulgent break. Our light and airy first floor restaurant (accessible by lift) serves up a Cumbrian-inspired menu using Cranstons delicious fresh local produce.
01768 868680 CA11 7EH
Cocklakes Farm Shop & Rod & Reel tea room, about 7 miles away on the A66 towards Penrith. Great lunches & scones as well as fly fishing!
Claim a FREE cuppa by filling in a Walk Plan approved by the mountain rescue. Give the walk plan to JoAnne & take the voucher to George Fisher’s Abraham’s café, at the top of the shop. Great cakes & lunches to!