The Lake Edge Restaurant
The Lake Edge Restaurant at Storrs Hall offers an à la carte menu that changes with the seasons. Our team of Chefs, led by Head Chef Andy Beaton, aim not at complexity but using the best ingredients exceptionally well cooked. Local, seasonal, and sustainably produced food is important to us.
We provide pleasurable food, firm favourites that are perennially popular – but prepared with loving care and attention in house, and cooked exceptionally well. Our dining ethos is about your pleasure.
Offers a relaxed and informal bistro menu with plenty of choice, prepared with the same quality ingredients and unstinting attention to detail as the A la Carte menu. The Bistro is open to non-residents.
Our traditional Afternoon Tea is served daily between 12.30pm and 4.30pm. Celebrate a special occasion or catch up with family and friends, whilst you relax in one of our comfortable lounges or conservatory. Wherever you choose to sit you will be able to enjoy wonderful views over the grounds to the lake and surrounding fells.
We provide the quintessentially Lake District experience for an Afternoon Tea, including a Tiny Tots version so that all the family can partake. Indulge in delicious homemade cakes, pastries and freshly baked scones served with Cornish clotted cream and preserve. All of which are served along side a selection of finger sandwiches and a selection of tea blends and infusions.
STORRS HALL AFTERNOON TEA
£29.95 per person
TINY TOTS AFTERNOON TEA
£13.95 per little person
Add a glass of Prosecco to your afternoon tea for £8.75 or a glass of champagne for £15.00.
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|Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
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From M6 jct 36 take A590/A591 towards Kendal and Windermere. At the roundabout north of Kendal take the first exit B5284 towards Crook. Follow this road for approximately 6 miles to T-junction. Turn left and immediately right into Longtail hill to T-junction. Turn left onto A592 towards Newby Bridge for 1.5 miles. Storrs Hall is on the right; the entrance is on the sharp left bend.
By rail to Windermere, then use bus or taxi. The nearest railway station is Windermere, which is 5 miles away.
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