Open from Saturday 11th February 2017.
Closed on Wednesdays through to end March except on Wednesday 22nd February.
Open 10am- 4.30pm weekdays
The Old Sawmill Tearoom is a haven for all good food lovers. Serving light lunches and home baking nestled at the foot of Skiddaw in the Lake District.
We are situated in the heart of the Lake District, at the foot of Dodd Fell, Near Keswick. We cater for a wide range of customers from hikers, mountain bikers, visitors to the historic Mirehouse and gardens and passing trade. A warm welcome is guaranteed, and the visitor can enjoy wholesome, home cooking with generous servings. The tearoom was originally a working sawmill until 1970 and it was converted to its present use in 1981. The walls are hung with saws and the original saw blade is still here. Read about the local history of Dodd Wood and the Mirehouse estate while you enjoy morning coffee, light lunch or afternoon tea. The wood burning stove is stoked up in the colder months, and in summer picnic tables overlook Bassenthwaite Lake.
Last year we donated £233.50 from the sale of 467 biscuits to the conservation of red squirrels at Dodd Wood