While we have always advocated a ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ philosophy at Lindeth Fell, we’re pleased to have added to our green credentials by installing a biomass boiler. We are now very happy to offer you lots of hot water from burning wood fuel sourced from well-managed woodlands. I’m sure you’ll agree that any small steps we can take to safeguarding our beautiful Lake District are well worth it.
Cumbria has an array of excellent food and drink producers and, where possible we have negotiated with them to supply direct to the hotel. Our own view is that if every hotel made the effort to do this, the hospitality industry would be taking one more step towards reducing its carbon footprint (while keeping guests happy!).
If you have any questions about any of the produce we use, feel free to ask one of our members of staff.
LINDETH FELL SUPPLIERS of FOOD & DRINK
FREE RANGE EGGS
Bannerigg Farm 015394 43362 Free Range eggs from Bannerigg Farm on the main road into Windermere, Cumbria.
CUMBERLAND SAUSAGE, BACON, also ALL MEAT.
Lakeland Speciality Foods 01339 822713 A specialist butchers and meat suppliers based in Staveley who supply locally sourced product with a seasonal slant. Their products, which have won several awards have been developed to ensure traceability, locality and low food mileage. Won the National Champion award for Britain's Best Sausage in 2007.
FISH & SEAFOOD
C&G Neves 01253 774100 All of our fresh fish is supplied by C&G Neves of which the majority is fished from their own boats in Fleetwood, Lancashire. We are sensitive to sustainable fish stocks and take advice from the professionals to buy fish in season at the very best quality.
The Cheese Larder 01539 726745From its origins as deli-retailers in Kendal town centre, the Cheese Larder have been suppliers of fine cheeses since 1990. This long established family business is run by partners Barry and Chris Carr. ‘ We support British producers wherever possible, supplying the finest home grown cheeses, many local to the area’.
FRUIT, VEGETABLES & DRY GOODS
W. Maclures 015394 42636
McClure’s, a family firm founded in 1945, has it’s roots in fresh produce, but have expanded the range to encompass all food & non-food requirements. Based in Windermere, Cumbria.
TEA & COFFEE
John Farrer & Co. Est. 1819 01539720020
A family business of Specialist tea and coffee merchants established in Kendal, Cumbria in 1918.
Farrer’s Special Mountain blend coffee – a medium roast quality blend of Kenyan and South American beans.
Farrer’s Lakeland Special Tea – ' specially blended to infuse beautifully with the waters of the Lake District '.
Stainton’s Wines 01539 731886Stainton’s Wines are Independent family Wine Merchants located in the thriving market town of Kendal, Cumbria who have been trading for more than twenty five years. They import fine wines from all corners of the world to supply the top hotels and restaurants in and around the Lake District.
DRINKS & SPIRITS
Lakeland Vintners 01539 821999
Established in the 1970s, Lakeland Vintners are a traditional business, with strong values about quality and customer service, sourcing wines from smaller producers of distinction, not usually readily available elsewhere.
CONISTON BLUEBIRD LOCAL BEER
Coniston Brewery 01539 41133
Hidden away behind the Black Bull in Coniston is the Coniston Brewing Company. This outstanding brewery is where Bluebird Bitter is made. To the pure waters of the Coniston hills - add the finest Challenger hops and wonderfully roasted pale and crystal malts.
CHOCOLATE COVERED MINTCAKEQuiggin's of Kendal.01539 720668
Quiggin’s have been making Kendal Mint Cake since 1880, longer than any other company still in existence. This is why Quiggin's believe that only they are the true home of Kendal Mint Cake. The secret recipe behind Quiggin's Kendal Mint Cake has changed very little down the years. Renowned for it's energy-giving properties, it is very popular with walkers in the Lake District, cyclists, sailors, sportsmen as well as famous mountaineers and explorers.
While we'd love to say that all our purchases were local, there are still some products that are bought outside of Cumbria - this generally means other parts of the North of England and the Midlands. There is an obvious need to balance the quality of the produce that we use with the environmental impact and we never take these decisions lightly.