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Applegarth Hotel & Restaurant
College Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 1BU | View map
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The Applegarth has all the friendliness and comfort of a family-run hotel - in a building rich with historical interest.

Five minutes from the hotel you could be stepping out onto the fells, boarding a lake steamer, visiting the Windermere Steamboat Museum, or looking around the National Park Centre at Brockhole; and yet the Applegarth is only 20 minutes by car from the M6 motorway and even handier for the main bus and rail services.

The Applegarth has eighteen individually designed bedrooms, many of which enjoy excellent views towards the fells and Lake Windermere. All offer en-suite facilities, colour TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Five rooms also have luxury four-poster beds. All our rooms are light and spacious with plenty of room to relax, unwind and enjoy your stay here in the most beautiful corner of England.

Free membership to local Country Club included.

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Nearest Train Station: Windermere
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: From £70
Single: From £45
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Restaurant

Name: Applegarth
Cuisine: European
Chef: John Draper

For menu click here

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

Starters

Baked field mushrooms with onion marmalade and goats cheese on crisp dressed salad leaves. £5.50
Steamed green lip mussels finished with garlic and cream. £6.25
Fish cakes cooked in butter served with a tomato salsa.
£5.95
Soup of the day, served with a crusty roll. £4.25
Barbecued spare ribs.
£5.50
Mr Woodall’s air cured Cumberland ham with galia melon and cointreau syrup.
£4.95
Homemade chicken liver pistachio terrine wrapped in Cumbria air dried ham with warm toast and kumquat marmalade. £5.95
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Mains

Saute breast of chicken chasseur style. (White wine and
Mushroom sauce) £10.75
Medallions of pork fillet served with an apple and brandy sauce. £11.25
Poached supreme of salmon served in a herb butter sauce. £10.75
Spinach and ricotta tortellini in a garlic cream sauce. £9.95
Honey roasted duck breast served with an orange and cranberry sauce £12.25
Baked red pepper topped with vegetables and cheese. £9.95
Roasted red snapper finished with a sun blushed tomato and saffron oil. £11.25
Char grilled loin of Lakeland lamb finished with roasted vegetables
and rosemary jus. £12.25
Cumbria “fellbred” sirloin or fillet steak served with grilled tomato and mushroom, pepper sauce or Diane sauce. Sirloin £16.95 Fillet £17.95
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Desserts

Homemade meringue topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce £4.75
Iced drambuie and strawberry parfait, with caramelised baby apple. £4.75
Raspberry crème brulee with homemade shortbread biscuit. £4.75
Sticky toffee pudding with a rich butterscotch sauce. £4.75
Selection of local cheese with biscuits. £4.75
Warm chocolate tart with cinder toffee ice cream £4.75
Brandy snap basket, filled with sorbet and winter berries and crème fraiche. £4.75
Selection of ice creams £4.25

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