Lakeland

Lakeland Contact Number

Lakeland Contact Number

Company Contact Number
Lakeland Contact Number 000000000000

Lakeland Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office (UK) Lakeland
Alexandra Buildings
Windermere
Cumbria
LA23 1BQ

Reasons to call the Lakeland Contact Number:

• For assistance placing an order through the Lakeland company
• For help with making a return with the Lakeland company
• To report a late or missing delivery which you have placed a number of weeks ago with the Lakeland company
• To make a complaint about Lakeland and their customer services. You can also call them to complain about a certain member of staff in their stores

Lakeland Furniture

In terms of furniture, Lakeland sells smaller ranges of furniture such as jewelry holders and clothing rails. These items are great for smaller home projects, and can be easily transported from store to home. However, they do not sell items larger than this. Therefore, if you are looking for items such as beds, wardrobes or drawers, you will not find them at Lakeland stores, or on their online website.

Lakeland Stores

You can find your nearest Lakeland store by visiting their website and using their store locator tool. To use the tool, type in your postcode and a list of locations will appear on the screen. Simply write down the address of the store you would like to visit, and head on over for a wide variety of product to suit your needs.

Lakeland Kitchen

You can get a number of small kitchen appliances from Lakeland, such as microwaves, coffee machines, blenders, kettles and slow cookers. Unfortunately, you cannot buy larger appliances such as fridges, ovens or other large items. You can view the large list of items you can buy through Lakeland on their website, you by visiting one of their stores. You can find out which store is the nearest to you by looking at the Lakeland store locator tool.

FAQ’s

What kind of Furniture does Lakeland sell?

In terms of furniture, Lakeland sells smaller ranges of furniture such as jewellery holders and clothing rails. However, they do no sell items larger than this. Therefore, if you are looking for items such as beds, wardrobes or drawers, you will not find them at Lakeland stores, or on their online website.
Where is my nearest Lakeland store?
You can find your nearest Lakeland store by visiting their website and using their store locator tool. To use the tool, type in your postcode and a list of locations will appear on the screen. Simply write down the address of the store you would like to visit, and head on over for a wide variety of product to suit your needs.

Can I get my kitchen appliances from Lakeland?

You can get a number of small kitchen appliances from Lakeland, such as microwaves, coffee machines, blenders, kettles and slow cookers. Unfortunately, you cannot buy larger appliances such as fridges, ovens or other large items. You can view the large list of items you can buy through Lakeland on their website, you by visiting one of their stores. You can find out which store is the nearest to you by looking at the Lakeland store locator tool.

When was Lakeland founded?

Lakeland was founded in 1956 in Windermere, The Lake District by Alex Rayner. Lakeland is a chain of kitchenware stores exclusive to the UK. Originally a salesman, Rayner came up with the idea to provide packaging for poultry and vegetables. He created the Lakeland company originally by producing this packaging at home with his wife, and supplying local farming businesses. After his retirement in 1974, Rayner left his business to his two sons, who saw the growth and prosperity of Lakeland. Since under the reign of the brothers, the company has gained furniture sales and kitchen appliance sales to its repertoire. For more information on Lakeland, give them a call on the number above.

More about Lakeland

Founded in 1956 in Windermere, The Lake District by Alex Rayner. Lakeland is a chain of kitchenware stores exclusive to the UK. Originally a salesman, Rayner came up with the idea to provide packaging for poultry and vegetables. He created the Lakeland company originally by producing this packaging at home with his wife, and supplying local farming businesses. After his retirement in 1974, Rayner left his business to his two sons, who saw the growth and prosperity of Lakeland. Since under the reign of the brothers, the company has gained furniture sales and kitchen appliance sales to its repertoire. For more information on Lakeland, give them a call on the number above.
You can get a number of small kitchen appliances from Lakeland, such as microwaves, coffee machines, blenders, kettles and slow cookers. Unfortunately, you cannot buy larger appliances such as fridges, ovens or other large items. You can view the large list of items you can buy through Lakeland on their website, you by visiting one of their stores. You can also buy utensils at Lakeland stores.
In terms of furniture, Lakeland sells smaller ranges of furniture such as jewellery holders and clothing rails. However, they do no sell items larger than this. Therefore, if you are looking for items such as beds, wardrobes or drawers, you will not find them at Lakeland stores, or on their online website.
Delivery from Lakeland is free on orders over £40.
You can find your nearest Lakeland store by visiting their website and using their store locator tool. To use the tool, type in your postcode and a list of locations will appear on the screen. Simply write down the address of the store you would like to visit, and head on over for a wide variety of product to suit your needs.