Coronavirus news - 23rd April 2020

Three Hares is closed until further notice but Nina’s bread will be available from Powell’s on Tuesdays and Saturdays from about 10 or 11 am. Proceeds from bread sales will go to local charity.

We aim to keep this information as up to date as possible but the Coronavirus situation is constantly changing and you should contact the establishment directly if you want more up to date information.

57 Main Street, Sedbergh, Cumbria [view on map]

015396 21058

9am-5pm Tue-Sat, 10.30am-4pm Sun (Sun may change in November)

Takeaway service available

Three Hares CafeArtisan bread baked daily plus all your bakery needs.

  • Tea, coffee, scones and cakes
  • Breakfast, seasonal lunches and afternoon teas
  • Check the ‘Daily speciality board’ for daily home-made breads

The name ‘Three Hares’ comes from the symbol found throughout the world from English churches, to synagogues and to Buddhist temples. It represents James and Nina’s style of cooking, influenced by James’ upbringing in the local area involved with wild foods and game, and heavily influenced by Nina’s background of growing up in Germany with Japanese parents.

Nina’s baking is influenced by her time at a baker’s in Dusseldorf, where bakeries still have 100 varieties of bread from Dark Rye through to White Sourdough with 200 year old Sourdough Starters. After moving to the UK she worked with several of the ‘New Wave’ bakers in the North of England which has led to a mix of the two cultures in her own baking. This can also be seen in Nina’s cakes and pastries which range from traditional scones, teacakes and Victoria sponges to continental-influenced cinnamon swirls, red wine and chocolate cake and pear and cinnamon.