Dining out – Sedbergh
As Howgills Accommodation is self catering, you might want to consider a night off the washing up and dine out in Sedbergh for the evening! For a small place, there are a wide variety of places to enjoy some delicious home cooked food (and takeaway). Please make a reservation to avoid disappointment.
- The Three Hares Cafe and Bistro, for home made breads and cakes and locally sourced meat dishes – 015396 21058. (Dog friendly). Closed Mondays.
- Smatt’s Duo Cafe and Bistro, for Coffee, breakfast and homemade meals. food served all day – 01539620552 (Dog friendly also free wifi, closed Tuesdays.)
- Mad Hatters Tea Room, No 6 Finkle Street for English cream tea, crumpets, tea, coffee, cake and more. 015396 20298
- The Dalesman, a cosey pub offering great gastro menu – 015396 21183
- Alforno Italian restaurant and take away – 015396 34040
- The Haddock Paddock for mouth watering fish and chips. The cafe is also open for you to eat in and for morning breakfasts – 01539 620468
- Aamilahs Indian Restaurant (dine in or take out) – 015396 20000
- Happy Valley Chinese Takeaway – 015396 21277
- Farfield Mill offers arts, exhibitions and history as well as the lovely Weavers Cafe – 015396 21958
- Sedbergh Golf Club – 015396 21551
Sedbergh Food Festival
2017 saw the second year of the wonderful Sedbergh food festival which is an annual celebration of not only food and drink, but also the local culture and local businesses.
Howgills Accommodation enjoyed working in collaboration with The Three Hares for the food festival. Together, we offered ‘Cakes and bakes’ which was a fun filled afternoon with ‘hands on’ baking and making of every ‘calorific’ delight that you can think of! Guests enjoyed making bread, doughnuts, chocolate and lemon cake. After the ‘hard work’ of the baking we sat back and reaped the rewards whilst enjoying a cuppa on the terrace of Howgills Barn, enjoying those marvelous views.
In the evening, Nina from The Three Hares, demonstrated how to cook a starter, main and dessert at Howgills Barn. It was a very hands on session with the guests preparing, cooking and barbecuing locally foraged seasonal ingredients and rare breed meats. The trout was the biggest fish that I have ever seen! The guests were wonderful and enjoyed a lovely social evening, whilst cooking up ‘a storm’.