nice old fashioned friendly cafe using home produce. food looked very homely and filling and certain cater for the walkers etc
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Stopped for a quick coffee break after a walk over from Watlendeth, friendly staff and a lovely little garden to sit in the sunshine.
We stopped here for morning tea when we were half way through a walk. Wasn't very busy. We sat around the back looking out over a paddock. We had a pint of tea each
On Sunday 11th December my wife and I intended to walk in Borrowdale and visit the Flock Inn for lunch, as we have in the past, rather than carry a packed lunch on our walk in Borrowdale. Being a quiet period in the Lakes we...More
Nestled in the beautiful hill side this is a great no nonsense cafe, which mainly caters for walkers. Simple menu of wonderful home cooked soup, stew, pasties and sandwiches.
Great spot recommended to us by a local, as with the repair being made to rotheswaite bridge you wouldn't think you could cross the River Derwent to get to the cafe, you can just 400yds beyond the bridge. A must is the garden which has...More
Very friendly staff and pastie and ham sandwiches were great. What a great position. Very handy for the castle crag walk made famous by the great AW.