Spring and Sprung at one Lake District Inn

Spring has sprung and so has the new spring menu at the Cuckoo Brow Inn at Far Sawrey. This highly inviting, social and welcoming, traditional Lake District inn has some equally as inviting dishes on the new menu with seasonality being number one.

Being one of the best places to stop after a long fell walk, if there’s a group of you too to take advantage of ordering a choice of the light bites to share, what could be better. All that is required is a pint of real ale or a glass of wine and the recovery process will take no time at all!

The new menu has lots of vegetarian and gluten free choices even with gluten free artisan breads. Great to have such options now and a little less meat isn’t going to do us any harm and there is no shortage of meaty mains like the Cumbrian Ham and Lakeland lamb rump.

Free Range Chicken Wild Garlic, Sweet Corn & Noodle Broth. Served with their famous English Beetroot Sour Dough Bread

The Windermere Ferry is closed for essential repairs at the moment, coming back into service during the summer. Windermere Lake Cruises are providing a special service so visitors can get from one side of Lake Windermere to the other. But there are buses as well as the road and Cuckoo Brow Inn can be accessed from the south of the lake and the north. On the western edge of Lake Windermere where the inn is near there are lots of things to do and explore such as Wray Castle, for example, Hawkshead and Far Sawrey. Both are in easy reach of Cuckoo Brow and it is just a 5 minute walk to Beatrix Potters Hill Top.

You can hop over the lake to the Cuckoo Brow Inn or there’s easy access from Newby Bridge, Hawkshead and Coniston. They also have 14 Lake District bed & breakfast bedrooms too. Ring 015394 43425 for more information or visit https://www.cuckobrow.co.uk