The Crooklands Hotel Bar and Restaurant
Bar & Restaurants
At Crooklands you have plenty of choice when it comes to dining you will find three different areas including our Old World Hayloft which is now used for Private dinner parties and our award winning Sunday Carvery. You will also find The Cottage and our Jules Restaurant with its glass roof.
Whether it’s a simple drink and a snack in the bar or outside patio area (Weather Permitting!), or something a little more formal in our Cottage or Jules Restaurant we are sure that you will find many dishes to your liking.
Sunday Carvery is served in the first floor Hayloft restaurant every Sunday from 12- 2 pm. Step back in time and keep yourself amused by just looking round the room at the various artefacts from years gone by. The Hayloft restaurant also offers wonderful views across the Lancaster Canal.
Click here to download Jules Restaurant Menu (PDF File)
Click here to download our Function Menu (PDF File)
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Avoid disappointment book one of our Christmas Party nights today. Or why not treat the whole family to a Christmas lunch they do not have to cook!
A rich, smooth, citrusy but sweet finish, made from a water source up to a million years old and purified by black slate dating back 450 million years, all carefully and masterfully manipulated for your drinking pleasure. We give you the multi-award winning Langtons No.1 Lakeland Gin from Skiddaw. Come in and show your support for local industry.
New this week on our Specials board sees the return of the ever popular, Haggis and Black Pudding Tower starter, followed by a Roasted Breast of Pheasant as well as Game Pie, Rump Steak, Lime, Chilli and Corriander Chicken and many more! For more details, click here!
A Newly Updated Lunchtime Bistro Menu!
Come and see us at Crooklands, check out our new money saving breaks or delicious Bistro Lunch menu starting at £10.95 for 2 courses!
"Wonderful food, great staff, beautiful hotel. Couldn't have asked for a more relaxing stay. We're very sad to leave."
Mr and Mrs Jackson SEPT 2013