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Garden House Hotel
FowlIng Lane

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Welcome to our home from home. A place to relax and unwind, whether you want to rest weary bones after a long walk in the lakes, or a tired mind at the end of a hard day's work.

Set in 2 acres of our own grounds, the hotel has a remarkably secluded feel, and yet, is only 10 minutes walk away from Kendal train station and the bustling town centre.

A Georgian, grade II listed building, built in 1812 for a prominent local doctor the hotel has retained many original Regency period features. The most striking of these features is the grand, black marble fireplace, situated in the residents' lounge. The real fire gives a warming glow to the whole room and adds to the atmosphere for residents and non-resident diners alike.

If it's a one-night stay, a short break or simply a Sunday lunch, then the 'Place to be' in Kendal, is the Garden House Hotel, the town's best-kept secret.

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Ratings/Awards: 2 Star
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11
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Sample Menu:


Leek & Potato Soup. £3.95(v)
Sealed with a Cumbrian Cheddar Cheese Gratin Crust.

Ripe Brie Wrapped in Local Pancetta. £5.50
Grilled & Served on a Salad of Mixed Leaves. Drizzled in Basil Pesto.

Chicken Liver Pate. £4.50
Hotel Made, Fortified with Amontillado Sherry and Double Cream.

Salmon Fillet Cured and Smoked. £5.95
Set on Green Salad Dressed by a Whisky Cream.

Roasted Aubergine & sun dried tomatoes. £4.95 (v)
Marinated with Fresh Rosemary Vinaigrette atop Rocket and Red Chard Leaves.

(v) Suitable for Vegetarians

Main Courses

Cod Fillet & Black Shell Mussels. £13.95
Presented in a Chardonnay Wine Sauce with Shallots and Cream on Linguine

Plump Chicken Supreme. £14.95
Filled with a Wild Mushroom & Smoked Dry Cured Back Bacon Farce
Pan Seared and Served on a Long Grain Saffron Rice.

Medallions of Beef Fillet Steak Towered with Black Pudding. £18.95
Overlaid by a Rich Gravy. Presented on Garlic Mash.

Barbary Duck Margret( Breast) Carved and Garnish. £16.95
By a Sweet Spiced Apple Tart Tartin Napped with Calvados & Orange Jus.

Fellbred Trio of Lamb Rack Cutlets. £17.25
On a Green Leek Confit, Surrounded by a Claret Deglaze.

Green Pea and Sweet Corn Risotto. £13.95 (v)
atop a bed of baby spinach, garnished with a tricolour of Capsicum sweet

All main courses are served with the chefs selection of fresh vegetables.

Sweets & Desserts

South African Tipsy Tart. £4.25
Brandy, Dried Fruit and Nut Pudding Served Warm with Vanilla Cream.

Crème Brulee. £4.25
Layered with Raspberry Compote and Topped by Baileys Ice-Cream.

Set Mascarpone Cheese Cake. £4.25
On a Sweet Biscuit Base, Garnished by Soft Berries & Fruit Couli.

Iced Chocolate Parfait. £4.25
Enhanced with Pistachio Nuts & Ganach Roche.

Trio of favourite cheeses. £4.25
English Cheddar, Blue Stilton & Creamy Brie.
Accompanied by Wholemeal Biscuits, Celery and
The Chefs Sticky Red Onion and Wine Chutney.

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