The Lingholm Kitchen
A stunning cafe and shop that looks down onto an octagonal walled garden in The Lingholm Estate.
The stunning new cafe and shop looks down onto an octagonal walled garden built in a Victorian style using reclaimed materials.
They offer delicious locally sourced foods, artisan breads and home baked cakes, real barista coffee and an extensive range of teas.
From their breakfast serving, a blend of traditional and healthier dishes with twists, a well thought out lunch menu to an afternoon tea to rival the best, the Lingholm Kitchen aims to offer the best day time eating experience in the area.
The Octagonal walled garden sits on the same spot as the old Lingholm Kitchen gardens which Beatrix Potter credited as her inspiration for Mr McGregor’s garden in The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Get here by Launch:
Stop at Hawes End. 15 mins walk to the north from jetty.