Welcome to Bryson's - Craft bakers of the Lake District

Located at the heart of the Lake District, a visit to Bryson’s of Keswick is essential for any trip to the Lakes. We have been providing our tasty treats and delicious bakes for over 70 years, and cater to all tastes including vegan and dairy free. Our flavourful products are made fresh in our Keswick bakery using locally-sourced ingredients, with no non-hydrogenated fats in any of our products.

You'll be bound to find your new favourite treat in our extensive baked range which includes artisan bread, cakes, cream cakes, savouries, and our renowned Lakeland Plumbread. If you're in Keswick or Bowness on Windermere, pop by and visit our bakery shops and tea rooms. If you popping by Cockermouth, Appleby, or Kirkby Stephen, a visit to our shops is a must.

History in the Baking

Experience authentic Lake District flavours at Bryson's - a must-visit destination for over 70 years.

Whether you're after a quick bite or a leisurely meal, Bryson's shops and tea rooms caters to every taste and occasion.

About Bryson's
  • Cakes

    Savour the flavours of the Lakes with our scrumptious cakes. From traybakes... 

  • Gifts

    Gift a home-baked taste of the Lakes to your loved ones. Choose... 

  • Selections

    Can't decide? Explore Bryson's tasty selections! Our assorted treat packs make excellent... 

  • Biscuits

    Choose from our delightful range of biscuits for doorstep delivery - a... 

1 of 4
  • Bowness Tea Room

    Don't miss out on our traditional tea room during your visit to Bowness-on-Windermere. Indulge in a delightful array of treats, including our authentic cream tea. Make your Lake District visit truly memorable with Bryson's culinary delights, located in Royal Square, Windermere.

  • Keswick Tea Room

    Visit our original Keswick shop and tea room where the magic began over 70 years ago. Here, we began our tradition of hand-baking bread using locally milled flour. Nestled in the heart of Keswick, our shop and tea room offers a taste of history and local culinary artistry.

1 of 2