After having wandered through Ambleside on a hot sunny day, where we found the few pubs with outside seating to be busy with no seating available, we wandered on to find this place a bit of the beaten track. It had previously been an old mill which was now a listed building, which had been converted to a bar and restaurant. Outside there was good modern tables and benches in a a lovely sun trap area, with parasols for shelter if needed. inside there was a modern bar serving a selection of continental beers, wines and spirits. Once comfortable we ordered a baguette sandwich for a snack to share. Although service was efficient and quick and the filling was fresh and plentiful, the only disappointment was that the baguette itself was a bit soggy and not crisp and fresh.
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