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Keswick Pubs & Restaurants

Keswick has plenty of choice when it comes to eating and drinking, from a quick sandwich and coffee to the best in fine dining and service. Cafes and Tearooms are a great social place to meet friends, have a coffee and a bite to eat, especially if you have children. Alternatively go to one of the many pubs or hotel bars, most have a lunch menu and some serve food all day. Complement the food with a pint of real ale or glass of wine.


Keswick Pubs

The Inn at Keswick
From the moment you step inside The Inn at Keswick you'll be treated to the warmest of welcomes. The traditional coaching inn has lovely wooden floors throughout and roaring log fire – giving it a cosy yet rustic feel. Everyone is really welcome here, so whether you’re a big group of walkers, a family with a whole brood or if you’ve brought your dog along for the trip, we do our very best to make you all feel really at home. Food here is simple, yet perfectly executed by our Chef, with menus inspired by the fresh, local in season produce sourced from trusted suppliers in the surrounding area. Everything is cooked from scratch and portions are big and hearty – perfect for setting you up for a full day of walking. And to wash down your delicious Cumbrian fayre, choose from a tempting array of Thwaites cask ales, seasonal guest ales and Signature Range.

Pheasant Inn
On the outskirts of Keswick the Pheasant Inn is a traditional yet upmarket pub serving high quality meals at an affordable price. We take a great deal of pride in preparing our range of mains and sweets with a very traditional twist. Our Cumberland Sausage, Ham and Eggs and legendary Fish Pie are ever popular along with one of our sweets and a pint or two make a wonderful way to complete your day around Keswick and Derwent Water. Always good value at between £10 and £15 treat yourself in our bar or restaurant.


Keswick Restaurants

Morrels restaurant, Keswick situated on Lake Road betwixt the bustling market square and the towns ever popular Keswick Theatre by the Lake. Morrels was purchased by the Freeman and Link families in 2000, Karl Link one of the partners is the restaurants Executive Head Chef. He has created a mouthwatering menu designed to suit all manner of tastes and pockets. There are daily specials which run alongside the restaurant menu and on a Sunday Morrels restaurant offers a Table d’hote menu 2 courses at £13.95 or 3 courses at £16.95 including coffee. This Keswick restaurant underwent major refurbishment of the highest order in 2004 providing a contemporary feel within the restaurant. It was reopened in November 2004. The restaurant is open 6 nights Tuesday to Sunday and it opens its doors at 5.30 to accommodate the Keswick theatregoers.

The Cottage in the Wood
At The Cottage in the Wood our philosophy towards food is to use the best possible produce and to combine these ingredients to create intriguing and original food. We support local producers and suppliers and strongly believe in the quality of Cumbrian produce, and that of our Northern neighbours. Head Chef Ryan Blackburn is Cumbrian through and through and is passionate regarding the food and culinary heritage of the County.