Our afternoon tea menu will include savouries and finger sandwiches, our own fruit and plain scones, warmed, with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam, and a selection of homemade desserts and cakes. Finally, we have chosen local suppliers, Penningtons, to provide a fantastic selection of loose-leaf tea and filter coffee.
To add to the experience, we will be serving afternoon tea using a bone china tea service from the famous Staffordshire pottery, Royal Crown Derby, using a range unique to Cedar Manor in the Lake District’s Windermere.
Enjoy afternoon tea in Windermere in Cedar Manor’s restaurant, lounge or garden (weather permitting), a lovely way to spend your afternoon.
Based on fantastic feedback, we like to think that our afternoon tea is one of the best in the Lake District. Come try for yourself and see!
We are delighted to advise that we can now offer Gluten-free and Vegetarian options. Please advise on booking.
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|Open New Year
|Afternoon Tea (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
|Friday - Sunday
* Last tables at 16:00.
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.
From the South Leave the M6 at junction 36. Take the A591 following signs for Windermere. As you come down the hill into Windermere ignore the turn-offs into the village, stay on the A591 towards Ambleside. Cedar Manor is on the left just beyond St Mary’s Church at the bottom of the hill.
From the North Leave the M6 at junction 39 and follow signs for Kendal along the A6. Take the one-way system through Kendal following signs for Windermere and the A591. Follow directions as above.
Alternative – From the North Leave the M6 at junction 40 and follow signs for Keswick on the A66. After about a mile, turn left onto the A592 signposted Ullswater. Take the road to Ullswater and stay on it through Glenridding and Patterdale, over the Kirkstone Pass and down, past Troutbeck to Windermere. You will arrive at a mini-roundabout where the A592 crosses the A591. Take the first exit (left) onto the A591, driving uphill for ¼ mile finding Cedar Manor on the right just before St Mary’s Church.
By Train Change at Oxenholme to connect to the local train to Windermere station. Oxenholme to Windermere takes 15 minutes. Cedar Manor is a 10-minute walk down hill or a 2-minute taxi ride.
By Bus 555, 599, 505 all stop outside the hotel
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