Locally Sourced Lake District Food
07 March 2021

All our guests can now enjoy some wonderful locally sourced Lake District food delivered to their cottage, courtesy of local business, 'A Days Walk'. We've worked with 'A Days Walk' to put together some fantastic local produce hampers. If you want to make sure you've got the essentials waiting for you when you arrive at your Matson Ground cottage, simply get in touch with us to place an order. We can include classic artisan muesli, brimming with almonds, cranberries, pumpkin seeds and raisins; organic apple juice, made in the heart of the north Cumbria countryside; some delicious Cumbrian butter made from free range cream, direct from Winter Tarn Farm near Appleby; and some succulent Cumbrian country-cured back bacon. The perfect start to any stay in the beautiful Lake District National Park. An example hamper includes: One large white farmhouse cob from Grange Bakery Six eggs from Geldard Free Range Eggs Artman Classic Muesli from Lakeland Mues Organic Apple Juice from Eva's Organics Butter from Winter Tarn Dairy Two pints of whole milk from South Lakes Organics Tea and coffee from Rinaldo's Olives from Silver Green in Penrith Bacon (900g) from Woodalls We will also add biscuits and crisps. If you want to upgrade your hamper, we've can also include some top-quality cooked ham, cured and full of flavour from Taste of the Lakes in Maryport; a luxury, creamy Eden Valley Brie from the Appleby Creamery; and the finest Cartmel Valley Game Smoked Salmon, smoked in their own Cumbrian smokehouse, bringing a flavour of the fells to this delicate fish. For details on costs and alternative options, please do get in touch. A Day's Walk Every item A Day's Walk supplies comes from a local farmer, grower, producer or business within a day's walk of the heart of the Lake District. Using the Lake District as its larder, it stocks some of the finest food and drink in the country. And the fact that it is locally sourced, means it's fresh. What's more, it's clocked up next to no food miles, is often produced in small batches and is seasonal. Why not take a look at A Day's Walk website and let us know if there's anything else that catches your eye? We can add it to your order and make sure it's waiting for you on your arrival.

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