Ate here tonight and was not disappointed. My appetite has lessened so I gave the starters a miss. I was miffed when I noticed later that the soup was pea & ham 😧anyway I chose the steak and kidney pudding served on a bed of...More
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We were staying in Ambleside for birthday weekend booked into Sheilas Cottage I used to go years and years ago when it was more of a cafe with home baked cakes . definitely changed then so have I in 40 years Definitely go back next...More
Good food with lots of elements but maybe a little pricey. The upper seating doesn't have the cosy/quaintness of the lower dining area. The hot chocolate sponge pudding was devine!
A quaint restaurant with good quality food for a reasonable price. the mains are of a good size and there are some great local specialty drinks on offer. The desserts were the real highlight - the treacle tart and raspberry creme brûlée were both superb....More
Ate here on a Sunday night. Lovely atmosphere and decor, however the food...charging £7 for a starter billed as baked mushrooms in Parma ham then only getting one mushroom...well, it's an expensive mushroom! Lamb main was fine but any proficient home cooking could do as...More
We went to this restaurant three times and the vegetarian options were great alongside great meat dishes. Lovely staff and friendly atmosphere.
We found Sheila's Cottage by chance, so pleased we did. Delicious scones, lovely coffee, brilliant service. Well worth a visit.
We had an excellent meal there whilst on holiday recently, supported by really good service. The staff were very efficient and a good laugh which made it all the more enjoyable. They forgot to add on the deserts to the final bill which I thought...More
Friendly little restaurant that is worth searching out. We were taking an evening meal and not troubled by children or dogs. Everything that appeared at the table was well cooked and presented. Reasonable value and friendly.. There was a mix up with the itemised bill...More