Housed in a building of architectural merit, Rheged is home to 7 individual shops, selling clothing, home and lifestyle products that stand out for their beauty and quality. Curated with place in mind but inspired by craft, design, and talent from far and wide, their ranges encompasses niche British makers, ethical brands, and items you’re unlikely to find elsewhere.
Our toy shop is packed almost to the rafters with children’s books, clothes, toys, puzzles, gifts and pocket-money treats. Children can find new titles by their favourite authors, or discover retellings of classic fairytales. Our vibrant range of children’s clothing is from brands including Little Green Radicals and Dotty Dungarees. We stock a huge selection of LEGO® which features Friends, Ninjago, Star Wars, including full range of Minifigures.
Clothing and Wellbeing
Our lifestyle shop includes stylish womenswear and accessories, exceptional beauty products, and contemporary interior accessories. Clothing ranges includes sustainable labels (People Tree; Thought Clothing), iconic names (Birkenstock) and British knitwear from Eribé and Harley of Scotland.
Our Wellbeing space showcases natural skincare and vegan-friendly makeup from emerging and established brands.Our brands include REN, This Works, Trilogy, L’Occitane, Dr Hauschka, with makeup from Stila. We also stock handmade products from local companies Bath House and Sedbergh Soap.
Find textiles, ceramics, lighting and craft to bring warmth and personality to indoor and outdoor spaces in our Home section. As well as bespoke blankets, scarves and natural scented candles created for us by craft producers and beguiling gallery of cards and gift wrap designed and printed in Britain.
An evolving space celebrating art, design and thought. Includes ceramics, jewellery and items for the home from iconic names and local makers. Cards, stationery, art materials, craft kits and products made by artist exhibting in our Gallery.
Kit to inspire adventure in the Cumbrian landscape. Clothing, footwear, rucksacks, accessories, books and camping gear from mindful brands including Fjällraven, Patagonia, Howies and many more.
Edible gifts with a strong sense of place. Local and handmade foods, including Cumbrian preserves, artisan pastas, organic wines and small-batch craft spirits. Functional cookware and eco-conscious utensils and accessories for table and pantry.
Also at Rheged
Escape into a world of entertainment at Rheged Centre’s 2 screen, independent cinema. Our giant-screen cinema offers an immersive experience unique within our region. The 18.3-metre-wide screen invites you to leap into the action of the latest Hollywood release or be transported to one of the world’s great theatres, where live-streamed opera, ballet and musical performances come vividly to life through our state-of-the-art surround sound system. See the Rheged website for full cinema schedule.
Our 100-seat ground-floor cafe is a relaxed all-day dining space where you can brunch with friends, enjoy a working lunch or share a pizza before a movie. Breakfast, lunch and evening menus are inclusive and flexible, changing with the seasons and featuring handmade food and drink from our community of local producers. Pop to our Deli counter for sandwiches, salads, cakes and bakes made by us as you would make them at home. Featuring sourdough bread by More? near Kendal, speciality coffee by Carvetii in Threlkeld and ice cream by English Lakes.
We host a changing programme of four exhibitions every year, including our annual and popular "The Great Print Exhibition". Our exhibtions include visual arts, craft and print. Our Gallery brings together established and emerging local artists in curated and touring exhibitions.
There is a disabled car park next to main visitor entrance.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
* Open all year, daily except Christmas & Boxing day.
Cafe: 10am – 4pm
Shops: 10am – 4.30pm
Gallery: 10am – 5pm
Deli: 9am until the start of the last film
Filling station: 6am – 10pm
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