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Lake View Restaurant
Connoisseurs of fine cuisine will find much to appreciate at Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa. Chef takes full advantage of a wealth of local seasonal produce and Cumbrian specialities to create a variety of gastronomic delights. His dishes draw inspiration from both traditional English fayre and classical French cuisine refined to reflect the expectations of our guests.
Many years of thoughtful and knowledgeable selection of wines have given the Hall a cellar of distinction sure to please the most discerning of palettes thus providing the perfect complement to chef’s culinary creations.
Courtyard Bar and Brasserie
Offering contemporary and informal cuisine it is the perfect option for anyone looking to enjoy an informal drink, a morning latte or a light lunch.
Unveiled as one of the area’s top eateries, The Courtyard Bar and Brasserie is open from 12pm to 4pm seven days a week. Seating up to 45 guests the outstanding design and modern decor creates an inviting and relaxed atmosphere whether on your way down to The Spa in your bathrobe or joining friends for a celebration. Upstairs from the restaurant features a lounge with comfortable sofas. The stylish surroundings have brought a much needed dining experience to the area.
Bookings for the Brasserie and events are recommended please call 017687 76551.
The consumption of afternoon tea increased dramatically in popularity during the early nineteenth century, when it is said that Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford made the taking of tea fashionable. It is said that she complained of "having that sinking feeling" during the late afternoon when at the time it was usual for people to take only two main meals a day, breakfast and dinner at around 8 o’clock in the evening. A solution for the Duchess was a pot of tea and a light snack, taken privately in her room during the afternoon.
Recently the afternoon tea has been somewhat forgotten with the surge of skinny lattes and creamy cappuccinos, but at Armathwaite Hall we are bringing it back to the 21st century. Our afternoon teas have come a long way from the cucumber sandwiches and one choice of tea. Today, afternoon tea is far more cosmopolitan with teas being imported from all over the world including Kenya, India, The Himalayas and China.
Guests at Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa can enjoy a full afternoon tea service from 12:30pm-5pm. Diners can choose from a selection of savoury and sweet treats, including sandwiches and filled mini brioche rolls, quiche, homemade cake, biscuits, scones and cappuccino panna cotta.
The Cocktail Bar exudes style and sophistication, a decadent room perfect to enjoy a delicious lunch or your favourite cocktail. Within the room gilt framed art is hung on the panelled walls, the decorative fireplace takes pride of place and plush secluded seating including a Champagne booth offers a comfortable place to enjoy your favourite tipple. The Cocktail bar is a must when visiting Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa.
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|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||19:00||- 21:00|
* With stunning views, the 2 Rosette awarded Lake View Restaurant serves dinner daily 7.00pm to 9.00pm
M6 to Penrith, leave motorway at jct 40. A66 to Keswick roundabout then A591 signposted Carlisle. Go 8 miles to the Castle Inn junction, turn left and Armathwaite Hall is 300yds ahead. Nearest train station is Penrith then a taxi to Armathwaite.
Accessible by Public Transport: Penrith station is 25 miles away.
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