Eating Out At North Lakes Lodges

Have you been wondering where you can eat at Brayton Park?

Are you staying in our luxury lodges? Here’s a quick guide to eating out at north lakes lodges, while staying in the comfort of the lodge. Aspatria, based on the edge of the Lake District offers some amazing places to eat and drink. With the recent closure of our restaurant on January 1st 2023 for some development works.
We have compiled a list of great local places to eat when staying with us here at North Lakes Lodges.


1. Home Farm Butchers

Based on the park Home Farm Butchers is a great shop for everything you need while staying with us. From fresh home-reared beef and amazing quality meats to chef-prepared ready meals to cook in your lodge. This farm shop has a lot to offer to the guests that stay at
North Lakes Lodges is fresh local ingredients. You can pre-order food ahead of your stay and have this ready in Lodge for when you arrive.

Just visit Home Farm Butchers


2. Allonby Tearoom and Gift Shop

Allonby tearoom and gift shop is a great stop within the town. You can try their homemade cakes and home-cooked meals. There is alwasys a good selection of vegetarian and gluten-free meals and having a wide range of Taylors fresh coffee and a good selection of tea’s.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. On the last Saturday of every month we have a theme nights such as Spanish, Indian, Cajun and creole, and why not take so time to look round their selection of handmade gifts.



3. Greyhound Inn

Although the Greyhound inn is a little further out and may require either a car or taxi to get to, it offers a great selection of home-cooked food with real ales.




4. The Old Bank Tea Rooms

The old bank tea rooms offers freshly made food and of course tea. Definitely a good stop when exploring the local area.



Further afield

If you are looking at exploring the lake district there are lots and lots of places to eat and enjoy some delicious food. We recommend checking out what Keswick has to offer and is a great day out exploring the lakes.