“try a taste on the wild side…”
Then read on…
Cartmel Valley Game Supplies & Smokehouse is based in the beautiful village of Cartmel in the South Lakes and is run by husband and wife team, Jonathan & Susan Stott. Jonathan, who is locally known as Stotty, established their business in 1994, processing and providing locally sourced high quality game and home smoked products.
Cartmel Valley Game is nestled in the picturesque historical Cartmel Valley, ten minutes away from the heart of the Lakes. Jonathan & Susan run their successful game processing business from their Lakeland based home, alongside their EC (4837) fully registered game plant, where they work closely with their team of highly qualified and dedicated staff. All game which enters the unit is hung in temperature controlled conditions, before being inspected by HMS meat inspectors, which then goes on to be processed.
“We source as much local game as possible from Sporting Estates and shoots through out the Lake District. We also have access to a herd of Parkland fallow deer. Fallow deer has a slightly higher fat content but comes with a milder flavoured meat.
Cartmel Valley Game currently supplies over a hundred top quality hotels in and around the Lake District supplying only the finest quality game, ranging from pheasants, grouse, partridge, venison, rabbits and hares to our unique beech flavoured smoked salmon, smoked trout, smoked pigeon, smoked butter etc, all of which is cured and smoked on the premises. We can also supply locally picked Morecambe Bay shrimps, freshly caught Sea bass, Cumbrian crab and lobsters, all from the Irish Sea.
Our business has gained an excellent reputation over the last 18 years, of which we are most proud of. We strive to provide the personal touch and our aim is always to have a good working relationship with all our customers, providing you with a first class product combined with a reliable delivery service. So if you fancy a “taste on the wild side” then please email or phone and we will be only too glad to be of assistance.“