Eateries

DINING AT CARTMEL'S INNS AND RESTAURANTS

Cartmel is home to a wide variety of traditional Lakeland inns, tea rooms and cutting edge gourmet restaurants, including the internationally acclaimed Michelin Star restaurant, L’Enclume.

Within a very small radius you will find an array of choice, for both couples, families and groups. All the venues in Cartmel offer a warm and friendly welcome, and a varied menu.

Yew Tree Barn & Wilson Reclamation Services

Yew Tree Barn & Wilson Reclamation Services

Yew Tree Barn, Low Newton, Grange over Sands LA11 6JP  

Discover a true Aladdin's cave at Yew Tree Barn, home to Wilson Reclamation Services.  Featuring extensive showrooms of decorative antiques, interiors and garden ornament.  The Gallery showcases arts & crafts, design led gifts, cards and jewell..


Cartmel Square Bed & Breakfast

The Square, Cartmel LA11 6QB

Cartmel Square Bed & Breakfast offers cottage style en suite rooms in the centre of the village and your stay includes breakfast. We have 4 bedrooms: superior kingsize starting from £100 per night, standard double starting from £90pn, standard and...


Priory Hotel

The Square, Cartmel LA11 6QB

Ideally situated in the heart of Cartmel village within walking distance of everything that Cartmel has to offer, the newly refurbished hotel has stuck to the traditional features and introduced modern facilities that make the hotel stand out amongst...


The Cavendish Arms

Cavendish Street, Cartmel LA11 6QA

Welcome to the Cavendish, we are a contemporary country pub serving a delightful seasonal menu, brilliant beer and fantastic wines and all by an open fire. I...


The Pig & Whistle

Aynsome Road

The Pig & Whistle is conveniently located on the edge of village, and very popular as both a traditional pub, and eatery. Pub & Bistro Welcoming you to our traditional, friendly, family run Pub & Bistro. Offering a c...


Mallard’s Nest and Tea Shop

Devonshire Buildings, Cartmel

The Mallard is a unique tea shop on the theme of the colourful ducks that regularly waddle from the nearby river Eea in search of crumbs. Established in 1995 by proprietor Alison Grunnill, with the help of her sister Heather the tea shop opens every ...


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