Eat Out To Help Out… in Cumbria

If you are looking to help kick-start our economy and support local businesses, well you can’t be expected to do it on an empty stomach.

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme looks to be a sure-fire winner for all concerned. You save money, eat delicious food and help save our local businesses that are taking part.

Eat Out to Help Out will run from 3rd August until 31st August, in a nutshell, you enjoy 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner.) Available to enjoy every MondayTuesday or Wednesday

Why not take advantage and have a catch up with your friends as this is not limited to group sizes.

Here’s a list of businesses who are waiting to welcome you.

Please click the links below for details and booking.


Cafes & Tea Rooms

Beatfords Tea Room, Cockermouth

John Watt & Son, Carlisle

Oak Tree Animals’ Charity, Wetheral Shields

A Helping Hand for Our Furry Friends at Oak tree Animals’ Charity

Taste at Market Place, Whitehaven

The Fairydust Emporium, Silloth

The Old Bank Tearooms, Aspatria

Woodlands Tea Rooms, Santon Bridge 

Woodlands Tearooms in Santon Bridge – A Local Icon 


Pubs & Inns

Cleaver’s Wine & Dine, Whitehaven

Cleaver’s – More than just great food

Fox and Pheasant, Armathwaite

Queens Hotel, St Bees

The Howard Arms, Brampton

A Warm Welcome in the Heart of Brampton

The Lion and Lamb, Gosforth

The Manor Inn, St Bees

The Royal Yew, Dean

Only One Royal Yew

The Whittington Cat, Whitehaven

The Wild Duck, Branthwaite


Restaurants and Hotels

Amato’s, Carlisle

Amato’s – a Taste of Sicily in the city centre

Calder Lounge Bar & Kitchen, Seascale

Casa Romana, Carlisle

Davids, Carlisle

Hundith Hill Hotel, Lorton

Irton Hall, Irton

Number 11 Restaurant and Bar, Whitehaven

Seascale Golf Course, Seascale

Star Of Siam, Keswick

Summergrove Halls, Whitehaven

The Briery Hotel & Restaurant, Workington

The Chase Hotel, Whitehaven


 

© 2020 Guide Media Group. All rights reserved. Website developed by Wombat.