No visit to Furness is complete without a visit to Abbey Mill Coffee Shop. Situated in the grade II listed building which was once the Custodian Cottage of Furness Abbey – its rustic charm makes it the perfect place to eat.
Full of charm, Abbey Mill is an inviting place, with a roaring wood burning stove in the winter and plenty of outdoor seating when the weathers nice to enjoy the beautiful views.
Jackie, owner of Abbey Mill Coffee Shop creates homemade cakes and seasonal dishes to satisfy all appetites with everything from breakfasts to delicious lunches and traditional afternoon teas all providing a taste of good local Cumbria produce.
You will always receive a warm welcome from Jackie and her team and if you don’t have time to sit and enjoy a cappuccino, latte, mochaccino or delicious hot chocolate you can order one to take away.
Abbey Mill is also licensed so you can enjoy a locally brewed beer as well a range of speciality teas. For those who are young at heart, there’s English Lakes Ice Cream which also makes the most scrumptious milkshakes, enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
Got an event on? Talk to Jackie about outside catering. Her buffets, pie and peas and afternoon teas are legendary throughout Furness.
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