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Michelin quality , a must for any foodies. Their pedigree is apparent from the start, this chef obviously knows his way around an onion.5 stars all the way. We opted for the 5 course and were blown away from the amuse to the desert ,well...More
As last year, we enjoyed our stay. We were well looked after by Laura and the team. A great quiet place for some r and r in a calming corner of Borrowdale.
Delicious meals. Thank you chef.
NB. Picky-eaters phone ahead as I am sure...More
I have just returned from a wonderful evening and meal with friends. The staff were attentive and friendly; they were in fact superb and really made the evening feel special.
We particularly appreciated the offer of drinks in the garden before dinner, given the unusually...More
From the moment we walked in the door the staff were on hand, welcoming, very attentive, but unobtrusive. We opted for the 5 course meal at £45 per head.
The bread was warm and delicious as was the curried parsnip amuse bouche. The only criticism...More
I have visited the Lake District for well over 35 years, during which time I have stayed in many good guest houses and star rated hotels. Apart from visiting the fantastic Theatre by the lake in Keswick I have never stayed in Keswick or the...More
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There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not... More
There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not believe the Leathes Head permits children, but please call or email them to confirm that in case I am wrong.