I had been looking forward to visiting this mill for a while after having bought the flour locally on many occasions. I had also seen that it was Cumbria Life tearoom of the year for 2012. My first impressions of the menu were that it was limited and pricey but having embarked on a walk and deciding that this would be my lunch stop I decided to go for it. I had the welsh rarebit with "special" salads but didn`t really find anything special about grated carrot and puy lentils. I did enjoy the expensive welsh rarebit though and decided to have a piece of lemon cake to follow but wished I hadn`t bothered as it was dry and I think stale as the icing fell off the cake. The staff were very pleasant and the place has a nice rustic feel to it, but if anything a little too rustic as there is a slight feeling of neglect to it, as if someone has taken their eye off the ball. I will just stick to buying the flour in future.
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