A couple of great cafe’s with soul

Wilfs Café and Staveley Mill Yard

Staveley Mill Yard is a former Bobbin Mill, which is now used for a variety of unique local shops and artisans. It is situated in the centre of the village of Staveley, Cumbria, just off the main street.

The Mill yard has something for everyone –
The largest cycle store in England see www.wheelbase.co.uk
Bespoke outdoor kit and equipment see www.aiguillealpine.co.uk
The More Artisan Bakery – www.moreartisan.co.uk
Bespoke and very unique furniture make www.outofthewoodsinteriors.co.uk
For award winning local beers www.hawksheadbrewery.co.uk

Plus lots more!

It is also the home of Wilf’s Café, a name synonymous with the Lake District and outdoor events. It without doubt serves the best chocolate brownies available in the Lakes. If your on your way to stay in the Yurts or on your way home its definitely worth a stop. www.wilfs-cafe.co.uk for more information and directions.

Shepherds Café

A short drive from Keswick in the heart of the Borrwodale Valley is the legendary Shepherds café. Situated directly under Sheperds Crag (beside Borrowdale Hotel), it provides good basic food at fantastic prices. Great breakfast and a fantastic selection of home made cakes, views over Derwentwater, what more could you ask for. A fine way to spend a few hours of the day!