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Derwentwater Hotel
Keswick
Cumbria

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The epitome of a Lakeland country house hotel set in 16 acres of conservation grounds on the shores of Derwentwater. Refurbished to provide high standards of accommodation - sublimely comfortable without being pretentious. Award winning hospitality, pets welcome and entry to local leisure club make it the perfect Lakeland retreat.

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Name: The Derwentwater

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Sample Menu:

Four Course Dinner

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Chef's Homemade Bread
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Fantail of Ripe Juicy Honeydew Melon accompanied with
Strawberries steeped in Advocaat (V)
Baked Avocado and Norwegian Prawns wrapped in a Filo Pastry
set on a Pool of Shellfish Sauce
Pork, Orange and Cranberry Terrine wrapped in Bacon
and served with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Cumbrian Air Dried Ham on a Nest of French Leaves surrounded with
Grain Mustard dressing and succulent Green Figs
Tomato and Feta Cheese Salad drizzled with Homemade Basil Pesto (V) (H)
Cream of Mushroom Soup (V)
Thinly Sliced Smoked Salmon and Fluffy Cream Cheese formed into a Gateau with Delicate layers of Bread accompanied by a Citrus scented Crème Fraîche (£2.25 Supplement)
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Refreshing Mango Sorbet
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Main Courses
Braised Collops of Beef stuffed with a Leek and Shallots Spicy Forcemeat
cooked in a Rich Red Wine Sauce

Sugar and Clove Baked Ham served with a Light Honey and Orange Sauce

Grilled Fell Bred Lamb Chumps on a Cheese Mash
surrounded with a Rosemary and Port Wine Sauce

Pot Roasted Pheasant cooked in Red Wine with Root Vegetables
and Topped with Toasted Breadcrumbs

Grilled Fillet of Tuna set on a Bed of Caramelised
Onions and topped with Goats Cheese

Steamed Fillet of Salmon accompanied with a
Champagne Cream Velouté (H)

Celery, Bean and Coriander Chilli accompanied with a
Timbale of Saffron Infused Rice (V)

Tagliatelle Pasta served with Curly Kale, Mushrooms, Peppers,
Cherry Tomatoes and Parmesan Cheese

Tender Fillet of Pork wrapped in Bacon and served Sliced onto a
Caramelised Pear and Ginger Infused Sauce (£4.25 Supplement)

(H) - Healthy Option
(V) - Vegetarian Option
Your Main Course Selection will be served with
Seasonal Vegetables and Potatoes

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Chef's Selection of Desserts
Orange Parfait served with Fruit Spring Roll
Homemade Malteesers and Strawberry Ice-Cream
served with Chocolate Sauce
Pineapple Pie accompanied by Crème Fraîche
Baked Apples filled with Walnuts and Honey served with Custard Sauce
Golden Kiwi Carpaccio served with Papaya and Mango Salsa
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Choose from our selection of British cheeses presented with cheese biscuits
Mull of Kintyre
Produced from the fresh milk of local dairy herds, matured for nine months
dipped in black wax to retain flavour
Cornish Yarg
This Cheese matures in fifteen weeks and during this period of time the interior softens and the taste changes, reminding one of meadow flowers and creamed spinach.
Long Clawson Blue Stilton
A velvety, close textured un-pressed cheese. The flavour ranges from mild with a sharp edge when young, to rich and tangy when mature. It is known universally as “The King of Cheese”
Ribblesdale
Produced at Ashes Farm, high in the Pennines. This creamy but firm goat's milk cheese is mellow in flavour with hearty sweet tang.
Berwick Edge
Strong and Fruity Farmhouse Cheese
Coquetdale
Local dairy (Northumberland) - a full flavoured cheese moist, rich and buttery
Applewood
Smoked flavoured Cheddar cheese
Cooleeney
A Soft Camembert with a White Rind from Tipperary

Coffee with Chocolates served in the Derwent Bar

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