The Restaurant at The Cottage in the Wood

Sadie Pearson
The Restaurant at The Cottage in the Wood

Dramatic landscapes and beautiful wilderness surround this Michelin awarded restaurant and hotel. Whether you are looking for an indulgent dinner, a carefully paired tasting menu, afternoon tea or a lovingly prepared breakfast, these kitchens do it all. Stay for a reaffirming evening and revitalise yourself.

The Cottage in the Wood, Magic HillWhinlatter Forest, Braithwaite, Near Keswick, CumbriaCA12 5TW View map
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