Cranstons have been quality Cumbrian butchers since 1914. Beginning as a horse and cart delivery service, Cranstons now hosts customers in their shops across Cumbria and the north. With their dedicated team of staff, they control production from the farm to the counter. They have a selection of shops across Cumbria that sell their award-winning range of sausages, pies, meats, salads and sandwiches to a large crowd of dedicated customers. Cranstons proudly work with many local farms to create their produce. Additionally, their food halls stock fresh vegetables, cakes, ales, chutney and more from many popular local businesses.
Their food halls are incredibly popular locations where customers can find nearly everything they would need from their local butcher. If the traditional shopping experience if more your style then their high street butchers shops in central Penrith and Hexham are for you. Customers across Carlisle, Brampton and Penrith can enjoy their popular food hall and café locations.
For customers unable to visit in person, there is an online shop!
Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall and Café:
Here you can explore a range of cooked meats, sausages, pies and more! Their hot counter is very popular with locals, selling a range of buttys and sandwiches. The ‘Cranstons Big Foot Cumberland Baguette’ is one of their most popular creations available. Like all other Cranstons locations, the Food Hall also sells a large variety of salads, baked goods, chutneys, jams, and fresh veg. There is also a deli counter.
Customers can freely explore an amazing selection of northern brands and know that they are supporting local industry and getting some of the finest produce in return. One of their partners even has a counter in house; Fyne Fish Fishmongers sell a selection of fresh fish and weekly sushi boxes. Fyne Fish Fishmongers are a family business and get on wonderfully with the Cranstons team.
Located just off the M6, Junction 40, Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall and Café like to consider themselves a great alternative to a motorway service station. Additionally, families travelling to Centre Parcs can stop off and stock up ahead of their holiday.
As one of their most popular locations, the Penrith Food Hall also hosts Café Oswald’s! They serve a brunch style menu. Using ingredients straight from the Cranstons shelves, customers can enjoy tasty delights from a coffee and traybake, to a hearty full English breakfast. Café Oswald’s is open year round and is ideal for a stop off and shop.
Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall and Café has level access throughout and is suitable for wheelchairs. There also is lift access to the upper floor and café. The café is a reasonable size and there is space to make way for wheelchair users dining in.
Lighting can be bright and there are several smells due to the deli style counters in the Food Hall. Furthermore,
There is a spacious car park with designated parking directly in fronts of the entrance. There are no steps up into the Food Hall and the pavement slopes to accommodate wheelchair users.
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