Fellbites Café at Dalegarth for Boot station

Fellbites Café is situated on the platform at Dalegarth for Boot station in the beautiful Eskdale Valley, in the Western Lake District. With views towards Scafell and Scafell Pike, this attractive food and drink setting offers a varied menu of light snacks or heartier bites, all freshly prepared on the premises.

With two floors of seating and a dedicated area for customers enjoying a cream tea experience, our spacious café is the perfect place to catch your breath and enjoy a tasty treat after a trip on the railway.

About Fellbites Café in Eskdale

Fellbites Café is open daily to both railway passengers and the general public during the railway's operating season. It is ideally situated for those seeking a place to eat near Scafell Pike or Wast Water, after enjoying walking or taking in the scenery.

The café has taken various forms over the years, but it is currently located on both floors of the Dalegarth station building.

A Hanging Flower Basket at Fellbites Station

The Fellbites Café menu

Our café in Eskdale offers a varied menu of delicious meals, snacks and drinks. Whether you've just arrived off the train, or have been exploring one of the many beautiful walks in Boot and the surrounding area, we've got plenty to choose from to sustain you for the rest of your day.

Cake from Fellbites Café

Dalegarth for Boot station

A trip to Dalegarth for Boot station serves as a gateway to the glorious Eskdale valley. With views towards England's highest mountain, an adventure playground for the kids, a gift shop, a café, and outdoor seating pods, Dalegarth for Boot station is a destination in itself! 

Find out more about the station's facilities below.

The Dalegarth For Boot Station Sign

Boot village and local walks

Just a short walk from Dalegarth station lies Boot, a small, picturesque hamlet housing a pub, village shop and the famous Eskdale Mill

Walkers are spoilt for choice with a network of routes, including the Eskdale Trail, accessible from the station. The viewing point at Stanley Ghyll is not to be missed!

Stepping stones across the river at St. Catherine's Church in Eskdale