We found this cafe on our traverse of Skidaw. Fabulous little place, clean, friendly staff and good snacks. The cafe is full of history information and a beautiful setting.
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We had both a coffee break and lunch here and enjoyed the experience. The staff were friendly and helpful. The choice of food and drink was broad and of a high standard. The surroundings were basic but clean and tidy. Please give it a try.
A lovely choice of food and drink. A good, but limited vegetarian range Lots of jars of relish and jams to buy. Great clean toilets. Choice to eat inside or out on wooden tables.
Popped in quickly for a refreshment before heading out on the walk. Very quaint and good food. Just what you need before or after a walk.
Great location. Service was friendly and great tasting cake and much needed tea. Popular place to park for long walks but we just visited for a quick break. For this reason, paying to park seemed a bit of a cheek but it was explained that...More
Nice lunch, ordered homemade quiche which came with a selection of salads, and my boyfriend ordered a sandwich which could have been slightly bigger for the price but nevertheless delicious.
The Old Sawmill is a fantastic little teashop located at the Dodd's Wood Carpark opposite the entrance to Mirehouse on the Eastern side of Bassenthwaite Lake.
Stopped in for a late lunch and we had a wonderful homemade soup. Served with hearty bread it was a perfect meal. Had a great dessert too. One drawback is that you have to pay for parking but if you are visiting Mire House or...More
An lovely little tearoom, home cooked food, a perfect way to finish the climb/walk up Skiddaw, limited menu but what they do serve is just right fine for where they are.