Philip and Margaret would like to thank our wonderful customers and local artisan suppliers for their support of the deli over the last four-and-a-half years.
It has been a fantastic experience building up the business and receiving so much support from local customers and visitors.
It is with sadness that we have decided to sell but we took the decision due to family health problems.
We would like to wish the new owners Alec & Claire
every success in the future.
Thank You for your loyal custom and please continue to support Ambleside's premier deli under
Alec & Claire
STOCKGHYLL FINE FOOD
Ambleside's new Delicatessen
Our daily delicacies are freshly baked each morning. Try our delicious Vanilla slices but be quick as they soon disappear.
There's nothing quite like the smell of freshly baked bread and our tasty choice of loaves arrive straight from the oven.
Using only the finest local produce Phil has created a new take on the humble sausage roll with Haggis, Venison & Cumberland.
Always a good selection of Olives, sun-dried tomatoes and antipasti to choose from and pick and mix at our Deli counter.
We love to try new ways of serving traditional recipes such as our Scotch eggs which add a little spice and flavour.
We source artisan cheese from producers in Cumbria and beyond to provide a wide selection of yummy cheeses.
LOCAL ALES & SPIRITS
Browse our wide selection of micro-brewery ales, liquors and spirits personally selected by us. Well someone had to do it!
PIES & PASTIES
Freshly made each day. Try our local take on the traditional and sample the Herdy Lamb Pasty for a real taste of the fells.
GOOD OL' GROCERIES
A wide selection of old favourites and more contemporary grocery items from Cumbria and the Continent.
Just because you have a food intolerance shouldn't mean you miss out. We stock a wide range with you in mind.
CENTRAL BUILDINGS, RYDAL ROAD, AMBLESIDE • 015394 31865
'Quality Produce from the Fells and Beyond'
It is with regret that from the end of July 2019 Stockghyll Fine Food will cease to trade under the tenure of Philip and Margaret Blackburn due to family circumstances.