A great cafe in the middle of Staveley with lots of lovely walks and bike rides from the car park
Popular cafe in vibrant village of Staveley approx 5miles away. Many vegetarian options available. Accessible by train, bus or taxi from Kendal. Well priced.
“Superb quality artisan bakery. Good bread and delicious snacks and light meals. The tofu sandwich is superb.”
“Europe's biggest cycle store apparently! You can buy bikes here and also rent them. We are so close to amazing biking trails so if you can, factor this bad boy in!”
“Village pub. Ales. Pleasant gardens in summer. Pub meals. Dogs and children welcome. On 555 route. ”
“Sizergh Barn is on the road to Kendal. It has a gallery café that overlooks the milking parlour. Great for children to watch the cows being milked and enjoy tea and cakes or a light lunch. Check milking times. There is also a nice shop for gifts and clothes and on the ground floor a farm shop with fresh produce and jams, bread and cakes. ”
“Gummer's How is situated across from Graythwaite Estate on the eastern shores of Windermere. There is a car park on the right hand side of the road at the top of the hill. From here it's an easy 20 minute walk to the top where you can enjoy breathtaking views over Windermere, Graythwaite and on to the Langdale fells. For a longer walk carry on northward from the top. There's a lovely footpath that passes along the ridgeline before heading into the woodland and then looping back through the forest to bring you back to Gummer's How. After all the walking you can find us at the Mason's Arms at Strawberry bank. Pub views don't get better than the Masons. Especially in the rain. Grab a table with an umbrella and enjoy the free blankets and watching the world go by. Inside you will find the quintessential British pub; open fires, mucky pups, hearty food and a bar stocked with local ales and trendy gins. ”