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Best things to do in Cartmel

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

French Restaurant
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“With two michelin stars. You will need to book in advance to avoid disappointment.”
23 locals recommend
Racecourse
“As well as hosting Cartmel Races nine times each year, Cartmel Park has some lovely easy walks through woodland and farmland.”
11 locals recommend
Church
“Cartmel Priory Church dominates our little village and is full of history - well worth a visit!”
14 locals recommend
Modern European Restaurant
“stunning food & drink in the lovely village of Cartmel, just a short drive away”
9 locals recommend
Food & Drink Shop
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“Famous for Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding, full of beautiful foodie items and great cafe upstairs!”
8 locals recommend
Food
“Cartmel Cheese which offers a superb selection of British and continental cheese. ”
5 locals recommend
Bar
“Country pub. Owners also have The Royal Oak next door. Food slightly gastro-style.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Richard and his staff are friendly and welcoming, it has a bar fire, great food especially the sharing platters and Sarah says his Gin and Tonics are the best.”
3 locals recommend
Establishment
“Coffee aficionados Paul and Phidra make sure your coffee is perfect and will entice you with fantastic home made cakes and fancies!”
3 locals recommend
Postal Town
“Quaint Edwardian town, with lovely promenade for walking, crazy golf, skateboard park, and playground. Art on the Prom once a month.”
3 locals recommend
Establishment
1 local recommends
Doctor
“The General Practice down the road is open Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm. 015395 363 66. Out of these hours a doctor can be contacted on 03000 247 247. ”
1 local recommends
Brewery
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“Unsworth’s Yard - Sit in the courtyard and enjoy ales brewed at Unswoth’s brewery or sample wines and spirits from Cartmel Drinkshop and Wine Snug. ”
2 locals recommend
Café
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1 local recommends
Bar
“Country pub. Lovely coal fire in winter. For good weather days, great beer garden with the little River Eea trickling alongside. Dog-friendly.”
1 local recommends
Bar
“Several hundred years old, characterful English pub with good quality food. Lovely sunny beer garden at the rear, with views.”
1 local recommends