British Restaurants in The Lake District

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British Restaurants

Restaurants Overview
Name Price/
Cuisine
Location
 
Angel Inn
Up the steep slope from the water's edge in Bowness, this spacious...
$
British
Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere
 
Bitter End
Flocked floral wallpaper, old lamps, an open fire, and a handsome...
$
British
Cockermouth
 
Black Bull Inn
Attached to the Coniston Brewing Company, whose ales are on tap...
$
British
Coniston
 
Britannia Inn
At this 500-year-old pub, restaurant, and inn in the heart of...
$
British
Elterwater
 
Café Bar 26
A metropolitan bar in a town where cozy tearooms are more the...
$
British
Keswick
 
The Famous 1657 Chocolate House
Chocolate rules at this old spot serving 16 chocolate drinks...
$
British
Kendal
 
George and Dragon
This pub and restaurant makes good use of local produce for tasty...
$$
British
Penrith
 
The Jumble Room
A small stone building dating to the 18th century, Grasmere's...
$$
British
Grasmere
 
Jumping Jenny's
Named after Ruskin's beloved boat, the wood-beamed tearoom at...
$
British
Coniston
 
Lazy Daisy's
Wooden floors, a big window onto the main street, displays of...
$
British
Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere
 
Lucy's on a Plate
Ambleside's favorite informal eatery has survived various travails...
$
British
Ambleside
 
Queen's Head Hotel
An unpretentious 17th-century inn in the pretty little village...
$$
British
Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere
 
Sticklebarn
The National Trust owns other pubs, but Sticklebarn is the first...
$
British
Elterwater
 
Tower Bank Arms
With a porch that appears in a Beatrix Potter story and a location...
$
British
Hawkshead
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