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Keswick accommodation in the Lake District

Keswick is situated just north of Derwent Water, one of the Lake District's most picturesque lakes, and a short distance from Bassenthwaite Lake. It is on the A66 road linking Workington and Penrith, and has a population of about 5,000. The town is recorded in the 13th century as Cese-wic, indicating that it acted as a market for cheese. During the 16th century, small scale mining took place here, and it was the source of the world's first graphite pencils. The town has the Cumberland Pencil Museum. Keswick is also famous for the car museum, Cars of the Stars where you can see the likes of the Trotter's Reliant Robin.
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Keswick Accommodation - Keswick Hotel
from £71
double , twin, suites, king size rooms

A warm welcome awaits at this beautiful Lake District country house hotel. The Keswick Hotel is an elegant Victorian building standing proudly in four acres of tended gardens and walkways. Close by is the bustling market town of Keswick, with its eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants. For the adventurous, Lake Derwentwater offers a variety of water sports with numerous walks and mountain bike trails beginning at its shores. More energetic, but equally popular, are climbs to the summit of Latrigg, Skiddaw and Blencathra. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - George Hotel
from £80
twin & double rooms

In the centre of Keswick, the George Hotel is the town's oldest coaching inn; carefully restored to its former glory, the inn now offers en suite accommodation and a welcoming wood-beamed bar. Sensitively refurbished, the George Hotel still boasts many attractive original features and the heavily beamed rooms are full of antique objects and furniture. The cosy bar offers a range of real ales from the cask and a homely real fire, which glows through the winter nights. The adjoining à la carte restaurant offers traditional food with a modern twist. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Mary Mount Hotel
from £100
twin & double rooms

In 4.5 acres of woodland gardens, on the shores of Derwentwater, this charming family-run hotel has a beautiful, peaceful location, surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Lake District. With the natural beauty of the picturesque Borrowdale Valley all around, the Mary Mount Hotel has a peaceful country house atmosphere. There are walks around the lake, and to the nearby fells, leaving right from the hotel's front door. All of the en suite rooms have full central heating, TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms have views across the lake, while others look out onto the pleasant grounds. Dogs are welcome in some of the rooms. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Keswick Lodge
from £90
twin & double rooms

In the heart of the Lake District, surrounded by the region's breathtaking scenery, this welcoming traditional pub offers tasty, home-cooked seasonal food, cask ales and cosy en suite accommodation. With stunning views of the surrounding hills, and numerous shops and inns on the doorstep, Keswick Lodge is located in the heart of the vibrant market town of Keswick, which is on the north lakeside of Derwentwater. This 18th-century former coaching inn has been refurbished in a modern style, but with the traditional original character carefully preserved. The lodge offers comfortable en suite accommodation and each room has an LCD flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Derwentwater Hotel
from £85
twin & double rooms

On the edge of Derwentwater, surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Lake District, this traditional Lakeland country house hotel has stunning views of the lake and the fells beyond. Rich in traditional charm and beautifully preserved original character, the Derwentwater Hotel has a wonderful, peaceful location in 16 acres of tranquil grounds. The hotel is set in the small village of Portinscale, just 1 mile (1.6 km) from Keswick, with all of its shops, restaurants, country pubs and coffee houses. Each of the rooms is individually furnished with its own unique charm. All rooms have an en suite bathroom with a bath and a shower over the bath. All rooms have TVs, radio alarm clocks, hairdryers, trouser presses and tea/coffee making facilities. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Borrowdale Hotel
from £69
single, twin & double rooms

Nestled at the foot of Shepherd's Crag, in the beautiful valley of Borrowdale, this hotel's charming and unique atmosphere enveloping guests from the moment they arrive. Surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Lake District, this charming and historic hotel is a great base for a relaxing break in the region. In winter, the warm, welcoming fires will soothe your cares away and in the summer, you can enjoy cool drinks and strawberry teas on the lawns, with the breathtaking scenery of the Lake District as a magnificent backdrop. Built in 1866, the hotel has an interesting history and still retains many charming original features. Artefacts from the hotel's history adorn the walls, including old prints, Victorian coffee grinders, silver salvers, plate warmers and brass bedpans - not forgetting the original 41 room bells, which, although no longer working, are still proudly displayed outside the reception area. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - King's Head Hotel
from £70
twin & double rooms

Situated at the foot of Mount Helvellyn, in the heart of the Lake District, this former 17th century coaching inn boasts spectacular views toward St Johns in the Vale, Blencathra and Skiddaw. The King's Head Hotel is perfectly situated close to the shores of Lake Thirlmere and within easy reach of walking routes, including Helvellyn (right behind the hotel), as well as all the main attractions in the nearby Lake District towns of Windermere, Ambleside and Keswick. With 17 en suite bedrooms, comprising of doubles and twins, all with views of the surrounding fells, the King's Head also features a Lakeland Speciality Store offering a wide range of local food, drinks and gifts from the finest Cumbrian producers. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Queens Hotel
from £42
single, double and family rooms

At Queens you will find friendly and efficient service throughout the hotel. When you have no restrictions on where to put a building, you tend to put it in the best place; so when they were rebuilding the Queens Hotel in 1845, that's exactly what they did. Situated in the geographical centre of Cumbria, surrounded by the Lake District National Park and close to all the conveniences of the town, it is small wonder that the Queens Hotel has always flourished. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Lyzzick Hall Hotel
from £100
twin & double rooms

The hotel is set in extensive private grounds which should ensure that your stay is both peaceful and relaxing. The hotel is situated on the site of an old farmhouse dating back hundreds of years. It takes its name from the ancient woodland area behind the building, which was known as Lyzzick Wood. It is thought that this stems from medieval times and the name means light oak. For the last 35 years Lyzzick has been a hotel and the essence of its history has not been lost. This is a building of great character, which has been sympathetically adapted to the needs of the 21st century. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Dale Head Hall Lakeside Hotel
from £130
twin, double & four poster rooms

Nestled amid its own beautifully landscaped grounds, this charming 16th century residence occupies a peaceful setting on the shores of Lake Thirlmere in the Cumbrian Lake District. Boasting magnificent views of Thirlmere to the front and Mount Helvellyn to the rear, Dale Head Hall offers the ideal destination for a relaxing break in an area of natural beauty. Spend your days walking along the lake shore or exploring the nearby market town of Keswick. To unwind after a long day, you can admire the spectacular lake views from the comfort of the terrace before sampling a meal in the Red Rosette award-winning Restaurant. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Ravenstone Hotel
from £170
twin, double & four poster rooms

In the heart of the Lake District, this delightful family-run country hotel offers spectacular views over Bassenthwaite Lake and the stunning natural beauty of the surrounding countryside. Set in over 2 acres of its own grounds, the hotel is just 4 miles from Keswick and very close to Bassenthwaite, surrounded by beautiful open countryside. After a long day’s walking and admiring the region’s scenery, you will find the hotel warm and welcoming, providing everything you need to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. All of the rooms have en-suite facilities and are fully equipped with tea/coffee making facilities and TVs. With comfortable, well-equipped accommodation, breathtaking views and a superb location in the heart of this stunning region, the hotel is great for a restful, restorative break or as a relaxing, comfortable base from which to explore the area’s beautiful landscapes. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation -  Scafell Hotel
from £80
twin & double rooms

The Scafell Hotel is located in the very heart of Borrowdale, considered by many as England's finest valley. The hotel is surrounded by mighty fells, tranquil meadows and crystal clear waters. The Hotel is situated almost at the foot of Great Gable and the Scafell Massif and is, therefore, an excellent centre for walking either in the valley, along river banks, the Derwentwater lake shore,the fells or on Lakelands highest peaks. For those wishing to tour around it is an ideal centre from which to visit other Lake District locations. Those who are content with gentle rambling or just lazing on restful lawns fringed by trees amidst imposing scenery will be equally happy staying here. The comfortable bedrooms, beautifully decorated and some furnished with traditional antique furniture, are all equipped with private facilities,TV, radio and tea / coffee making facilities. The public rooms have been tastefully furnished, including the elegantly re- furnished lounge and restaurant where one can enjoy excellent fare prepared by skilled chefs. Under the direction for the past 34 years of the owner,Miles Jessop and now newly arrived Managing Director Andrew Nelson who together with the management and staff of the Scafell Hotel offer an efficient and friendly service, so making this comfortable Hotel a perfect base for exploring the Lake District. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Highfield Hotel
from £70
single and double rooms

The hotel is ideally situated in Keswick, set amongst other hotels & residential properties, with magnificent lake & mountain views and only a few minutes walk from the town centre and the Theatre by the lake. The hotel has its own private car park. Highfield Hotel & Restaurant is a non-smoking establishment. There are 18 beautifully decorated bedrooms all en-suite, all have colour TV & DVD players, radio alarm clocks, telephones and tea & coffee facilities. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - The Kings Arms
from £76
double and twin rooms

The Kings Arms Hotel, a true Coaching Inn of that period, offers the traveller of today the same unrivalled hospitality and friendly service in keeping with its heritage. To stay at the Kings Arms Hotel is to experience the legacies, in modern day comfort and luxury, of a true Coaching Inn. A warm and friendly smile awaits you from our well trained staff, who's aim is to make your stay one of many. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Skiddaw Hotel
from £55
single, double , twin and family rooms

Few hotels can boast a town centre location set amongst beautiful scenic countryside. Surrounded by the Lakes and Mountains of The English Lake District town of Keswick. The Skiddaw Hotel Keswick is just such a place. Imposing yet welcoming, this Keswick hotel provides an oasis in the centre of the bustling Market Town of Keswick and whatever the season, Keswick in its picturesque glory enjoys an atmosphere all of its own unique to Keswick. SCHOOLS OUT - Kids go FREE B&B - terms & conditions apply. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Derwent Lodge Hotel
from £100
double , twin, four poster and superior rooms with spa & shower ensuite

Derwent Lodge is a hotel that provides a luxurious base for your holiday whilst at the same time maintaining an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Derwent Lodge Hotel is a traditional Georgian Manor House, built in 1780 and set in 1.7 acres of grounds in the picture postcard village of Portinscale. It is a mere minutes walk from the shores of Derwentwater and just over 1 mile from the market town of Keswick. There is plentiful parking as well as provision for cycles. Derwent Lodge is a non smoking establishment. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Borrowdale Gates Country House
from £115
double and twin rooms

This charming Lakeland house is set amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Borrowdale Valley and close to the shores of Derwentwater, often referred to as the 'Queen of the English Lakes'. The hotel accommodation is ideally situated for walking, climbing, and touring. There are many places of literary and historical interest within leisurely motoring distance passing through areas of scenic beauty. (back to top)


Keswick Accommodation - Lodore Falls Hotel
from £100
double and twin rooms

Overlooking Derwentwater, the elegant Lodore Falls Hotel is set in stunning Lake District scenery. Situated in 40 acres of beautiful Lake District countryside, this hotel offers a delightful base for exploring. The hotel offers 71 bedrooms, mostly overlooking Lake Derwentwater or the surrounding fells, and full leisure facilities. It is situated next to woodland trails and the dramatic Lodore Falls, with Keswick only 5 miles away. There is even a boat launch to Keswick from the hotel and our guests can take advantage of the free use of Keswick Golf Club from Monday to Friday. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Middle Ruddings Hotel
from £80
single, double , twin, family rooms

Situated in Braithwaite, near to Keswick. The Middle Ruddings' North facing rooms have a view of the Skiddaw Mountain Range. The South facing rooms have a view of the garden. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Greenbank Country House
from £70
double and twin rooms

Greenbank Country House is a lovely Victorian house is quietly situated in its own grounds in the heart of Borrowdale. From the elevated site there are magnificent views of the Valley and Derwentwater. It is three and a half miles south of Keswick. The rooms in the house are spacious and comfortable. All en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and clock radios. superior rooms have lake views and TV. Breakfast is full English or vegetarian. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Leathes Head Hotel
from £100
double and twin rooms

Magnificent Edwardian Country House Hotel set in 3 acres of lawns & woodland, offering peaceful & tranquil surroundings, beautiful views and some of the best walking in th country. Our award winning Restaurant offers fine dining from local produce accompanied by an extensive range of personally selected wines and spirits. The Hotel is totally smoke free. Children of 9 and above are welcome. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The King's Head
from £84
single, double and twin rooms

A former 17th Century coaching inn situated at the foot of Helvellyn in the heart of The Lake District, The Kings Head Hotel is surrounded by spectacular scenery with unsurpassed views toward St. Johns in the Vale, Blencathra and Skiddaw. With award winning food served in two individual restaurants, residents lounge, bar lounge and individually furnished rooms, The Kings offers a traditional base from which to explore this wonderful region. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The King's Head
from £84
double and twin rooms

Set beneath some of Englands highest fells and overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake, the Castle Inn is the ideal location to explore the northern region of the Lake District. From the mysterious trails through Dodd Wood or the glorious views of the surrounding countryside to the magic of the nesting site of the beautiful Osprey or the majestic Skiddaw Mountain, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Our extensive leisure and conference facilities as well as easy motorway access also make the Castle Inn the ideal venue for the business traveller. At the Castle Inn you can be sure that your leisure is our business and your business is most definitely our pleasure. The Castle Inn is a non smoking hotel. (back to top)


Bed and Breakfasts in Keswick, The Lakes
 
Keswick accommodation - Grange Country
from £70
double and twin rooms

A lovely Victorian property offering fine quality bed and breakfast accommodation, situated in an elevated position in its own grounds. Proudly owned by Mark and Sally Huit-Lansbury, their bed and breakfast holds various awards and is featured in many leading guides. With quality and comfort in evidence throughout, the breakfast offered at this lovely guest house includes fresh fruit salads, the best locally farmed produce and free-range eggs. The Grange provides fine quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the lovely market town of Keswick in the English Lake District, an area of breathtaking views, serene lakes, wonderful walks, historic towns and villages. Originally a magnificent private residence, this Victorian house, with lovely garden, was built in 1850 and provides quality accommodation with en suite facilities. Many original features have been retained in the rooms. The owners are particularly proud of their extensive breakfasts, which include locally farmed bacon, sausage, and free-range eggs. Quality fresh fruit and vegetables also complement a range of superior teas and coffees. The Grange has a policy of supporting overseas producers by offering Fair Trade products wherever possible. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Lynton Lodge Studios
from £70
double and twin rooms

Studio is well equipped and open-plan. It consists of a double bed with goosedown duvet & pillows, cotton bed linen, en-suite with shower,TV,living/dining area, 2 seater sofa. The kitchenette has a toaster,kettle, iron & ironing board cooker, fridge. We have private off-street parking for one car.Studio is ideally suitable for 2 people although two camp beds are available for additional adults/children. A charge of £15.00 will be made for each additional adult/child. Price includes towels/bed linen & welcome pack. Our studio can be booked B&B or Self catering. Self catering guests, electricity is charged by meter. Weekly bookings Sat-Sat, part weeks considered. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Lynton Lodge Studios
from £70
double and twin rooms

Studio is well equipped and open-plan. It consists of a double bed with goosedown duvet & pillows, cotton bed linen, en-suite with shower,TV,living/dining area, 2 seater sofa. The kitchenette has a toaster,kettle, iron & ironing board cooker, fridge. We have private off-street parking for one car. Studio is ideally suited for 2 people although two camp beds are available for additional adults/children. A charge of £15.00 will be made for each additional adult/child. Price includes towels/bed linen & welcome pack. Our studio can be booked B&B or Self catering. Self catering guests, electricity is charged by meter. Weekly bookings Sat-Sat, part weeks considered. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Howe Keld
from £70
double rooms

In 2008 Howe Keld was given a "Gold" award at 4 star guest accommodation level by Visit Britain. So far it is the only one in Keswick to have achieved this status and follows a refurbishment and extension that resulted in contemporary style bed and breakfast accommodation in a great location halfway between the town of Keswick and the shores of Lake Derwentwater-both are within a few minutes walk so once the car is parked all facilities are easily accessible by foot. Most of the bedrooms and public rooms have been enlarged and modernised. Although one or two bedrooms remain smaller in size the others are spacious with stunning curtains and locally made wooden furniture, great beds and fine egyptian 300 count sheets and duvet covers. Duvets and top pillows are goosedown. Many rooms have views of the fells either directly or above the picturesque northern town of Keswick. The breakfast choice far surpasses most people's expectations and is regularly complimented! Much use is made of local, organic and fair trade produce. Cars can be parked either in the limited hotel car park, on the quiet road in front ( there is free parking in The Heads) or in the town car park opposite (free overnight parking). (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Babbling Brook
from £60
twin & double rooms

Your hosts Paul & Angela would like to welcome you to the Babbling Brook. The Babbling Brook is a family run renovated Victorian house which is a luxurious base for your holiday whilst at the same time maintaining superb views of many of the surrounding mountains. It is only minutes walking distance from the shores of Derwentwater and from the market town of Keswick. Purchased by the present owners in November 2007, the property has undergone total refurbishment both externally and internally and now offers 21st century facilities within the original stone & slate building. From our corner position, you can enjoy stunning views of Skiddaw and Cat Bells to name but a few & with Fitz Park & the river Greta babbling on by opposite, it is the ideal location to stay.We also have provisions for cycles which are locked away overnight for guests on cycling holidays. We are a friendly guesthouse & are here to help you wherever possible, whether just relaxing or preparing a packed lunch for your days out rambling. A full Cumbrian breakfast awaits all guests to start off your day. Babbling Brook is Non Smoking throughout. A minimum of 2 night stays may apply over bank holidays. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Greystoke House
from £30
single & double rooms

A family run guesthouse in a quiet location. The non-smoking accommodation offers double en-suite and single rooms. The rooms have central heating, tea/coffeemaking facilities and hairdryers. Cyclists welcome for those following the coast to coast route (secure lock up and clothes drying facilities available). Dogs welcome. Keswick makes a wonderful touring centre close to Lakelands finest scenery. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Dolly Waggon Guest House
from £75
twin & double rooms

Dolly Waggon is a comfortable friendly family run, non-smoking guest house, situated less than five minutes flat walk from Keswick's town centre. We are holders of a CBEN Silver Environmental Award (Cumbria Business Environment Network) and pride ourselves on serving good food most of which is organic and/or locally sourced as well as Fair Trade products.We can help you plan your days out and have plenty of maps and guide books available for use.Our guest rooms, are centrally heated with private shower, toilet and wash basin, tea & coffee making facilities and colour television. The bedrooms to the rear look out over the Skiddaw range of fells and those at the front look out over Walla Crag. Walkers, climbers, bikers and cyclists are welcome and we have storage facilities for cycles as well as drying facilities in the event of wet weather.Packed lunches can be provided for a small charge, a percentage of which is donated to 'fix the fells'. Flasks are filled free of charge. We can cater for coeliac, vegetarian and diabetic diets.Please note that we do not take hen/stag parties or similar groups. Weekends are subject to a minimum 2 night stay during the high season and Bank Holidays to a minimum 3 night stay. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Langdale Guest House
from £70
twin, double & family rooms

Langdale Guest House is a welcoming victorian town house situated within walking distance to Keswick town centre and also for the numerous outdoor activities.Keswick is a very scenic and unspoilt part of the country in the heart of the Lake District, and whilst it attracts many tourists there is still a strong sense of community.Simon and Lorraine have recently taken over at Langdale and aim to provide Bed and Breakfast accommodation that is both friendly and relaxing, so hopefully you'll get a chance to recharge your batteries before you leave.All rooms are en-suite and are warm, pleasantly decorated and comfortable with colour tv and hot drink making facilities.We are a totally non-smoking guest house.we provide the usual full english breakfast with locally sourced produce, or a vegetarian option if required. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Derwent Bank
from £69
single, twin & double rooms

Enjoy the Lake District National Park from the shores at Derwent Bank, the country house with the best waterfront of any hotel on Derwent Water. The country house, designated as non-smoking, has 37 en-suite bedrooms, equipped with a hairdryer, clock radio and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. Televisions and telephones are not provided in the bedrooms. Indoor facilities include a lounge, bar, games room and conservatory and outdoors guests can enjoy croquet and putting.Meals are served in an informal, friendly atmosphere at tables for up to eight guests. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Edwardene
from £46
single, twin, double and family rooms

Welcome to the Edwardene, a beautiful Victorian property full of character & charm with great food & friendly atmosphere With a silver award for excellent levels of quality, cleanliness & customer care, we aim to make your stay a special one. Built in 1885, our hotel has three storeys with eleven en-suite bedrooms, and, for the comfort and safety of our guests, is completely non smoking. Within a short and easy walk of Keswick's market square, theatre and lake, the hotel provides a most convenient location, close to many amenities yet in a quiet position. The Edwardene serves as an excellent base to explore the central and northern Lake District, whether for a relaxing break away from it all, or for discovering the beauty of the mountains, fells and lakes of this outstanding area, with many excellent varied walks from the doorstep. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Ravenstone Lodge
from £90
twin rooms

Nestling at the foot of Ullock Pike, just 4 miles north of Keswick, this relaxing retreat is set back from the main road, amid 5 acres of spectacular countryside. A converted 19th century stable, the lodge boasts excellent views towards Bassenthwaite Lake and the beautiful North Western Fells. It also enjoys easy access to many of the notable Skiddaw walks and especially the Allerdale Ramble. Retaining its Victorian character, with pitch pine ceilings and an open log fire in the comfortable residents’ lounge, Ravenstone Lodge also provides a private terrace, a large walled garden and ample off-road parking. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Sweeneys
from £64
double and twin rooms

Centrally located in the heart of the popular market town of Keswick, Sweeneys offers an ideal base from which to explore the spectacular Northern Lakes. Situated on a quiet street around the corner from the main market square, we present a bar lounge and restaurant decorated in a contemporary style whilst retaining traditional Lakeland character. Sweeneys offers four bedrooms comprising two double and two twin family rooms, sleeping up to four people. All bedrooms are comfortably furnished in a modern style and offer en suite bathroom, TV and tea & coffee making facilities. Guests are entitled to one free parking permit per room. Please note: Sweeney's is non smoking. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Leonard's Field House
from £54
double and triple rooms

Central, quiet location. A warm welcome is extended to our family run guest house. Walkers well catered for. Hearty breakfasts using local fayre. Special diets a speciality eg coeliac. Secure lock-up facilities for cycles and motorbikes. Very comfortable guest lounge with colour remote TV. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Lake Mere
from £46
single, double, twin and family rooms

At Lake Mere, you will receive a warm and friendly welcome. Lake Mere is a lovely 5 bedroom, Victorian house, three of which have en-suite facilities with shower, WC and hand basin. The rooms are thoughtfully decorated and furnished. Each bedroom is different in colour and style and all have tea & coffee facilities, TV and hair dryer. For your comfort the whole house is centrally heated. Lake Mere is conveniently located in a quiet side street, just an easy stroll away from the amenities of Keswick town centre. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Laurel Bank B&B
from £62
double, twin and family rooms

Conveniently close to Keswick town centre and the historical Castlerigg Stone Circle Laurel Bank B & B enjoys panoramic views of Grisedale Pike and the wooded Latrigg hills.All bedrooms are en-suite with colour TV, clock radio, hairdryer and refreshment tray as standard.Local proprietors have had extensive experience in the hospitality business around Keswick for almost 30 years and are always on hand with a wealth of knowledge and advice on the area.Breakfasts are freshly cooked to order and special diets are catered for.There is a large private car park at the rear of the B & B with a secure cycle store and drying facilities should you need them. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Cherry Trees Guesthouse
from £30
single, double, twin and family rooms

Warm, comfortable en suite rooms with king size beds. 5 minute walk to town centre and 10 minutes walk to Derwentwater. Good freshly prepared food. We are totally non-smoking. Children over the age of 5 years only accepted. Bank Holidays - 3 night bookings only accepted. Cancellation Policy: A credit card is required to secure your reservation. If the reservation is not cancelled outside of the 1 day cancellation notice period, your credit card will be charged with the full amount of the first night's stay. Please note - arrival time is any time after 4 pm. Departure time is by 10 am. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Woodside
from £60
double, twin and family rooms

Well-presented family-run Guest House with its own parking and large gardens. Ideally situated for walking, climbing and cycling (beside the C2C cycle route and have secure cycle storage). Substantial breakfasts are provided and packed lunches are available on request. Woodside is totally non-smoking and pets are welcome by prior arrangement. Weekends - 2 nights bookings only accepted. Bank Holidays - 3 night bookings only accepted. Arrival - you may check in any time after 4pm. Departure - you must check out by 10am. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Brookfield B&B
from £53
double, twin and family rooms

Brookfield bed and breakfast is anually inspected by the Accomodation Inspection & Advisory Service (AIAS), and has membership of both Cumbria Tourist Board and Keswick Tourism Assocation. Brookfield bed & breakfast is situated in the most beautiful part of the Lake District. Keswick town lies by the most beautiful lake in the National Park which is Derwentwater. Derwentwater is surrounded by fells and mountains, Catbells,Wallercrag Maidenmoor and Castle Head. Brookfield offers very large en-suite family- triples-twin and double rooms. Standard size double en-suite rooms with views at reasonable rates. Brookfield is situated close to the historical stone circle and easy walking distance into town along the scenic dissused railway path. (back to top)


Cottages in Keswick, Lake District
 
Keswick accommodation - Sunnyside
from £376 for 7 nights
apartment for four to six people

Standing in an elevated position at the foot of the awesome Blencathra, these two delightful properties are in an excellent central location for exploring the stunning scenery of the northern lakes and fells. W41431 is a well presented, single-storey holiday cottage which enjoys spectacular views from a pair of patio windows across a well manicured garden to the fells beyond. W41095 is a beautifully furnished holiday bungalow set in pretty shared gardens with a private patio area to sit out and enjoy the stunning views. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Hayloft Cottage
from £324 for 7 nights
apartment for six people

This charming, well presented holiday cottage adjoins another property, and has been converted from a 300 year old barn retaining many original features. The first floor open plan accommodation has a feature Lakeland stone fireplace and a high ceiling, exposing the original oak beams. Another of its features are the wonderful fell views to the front, Helvellyn range, and at the back, Blemcathra. To the rear is a private patio and garden with extensive views of Blencathra which dominates the whole village. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Eastern Cottage
from £355 for 7 nights
apartment for six people

This delightful semi-detached holiday cottage faces across the green to the tumbling Coledale Beck in the picturesque village of Braithwaite. One of its many charms is the inglenook fireplace with open fire, an ideal place for relaxing after a day in the spectacular mountain scenery of north lakeland. The cottage is ideal for relaxing holidays throughout the year and with Borrowdale, Derwentwater and Buttermere close by, makes an excellent base for walking. Other outdoor activities include cycling, sailing on Bassenthwaite Lake and rock climbing. The bustling market town of Keswick, 2 miles away, offers individual shops, peaceful parks, cultural festivals and an excellent leisure centre. Wider attractions include historic houses, colourful gardens, a wide variety of museums, a stone circle and award winning brewery. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Netherend
from £358 for 3nights
apartment for eight to ten people

This delightful, detached barn conversion is situated in a spectacular location with open views in every direction. A light, bright and airy atmosphere with feature beams and stone work, along with care and great attention to detail, has gone into creating this wonderful holiday home. There are breathtaking views of Blencathra from the enclosed garden and a variety of footpaths from the doorstep will enable guests to enjoy the stunning scenery and peace that surrounds the property. Cyclists will enjoy the quiet country lanes and golfers will find Keswick golf course 11/2 miles away. The popular bustling market town of Keswick with an abundance of interesting shops, eateries and a good leisure centre 4½ miles. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Sunnyside
from £376 for 7 nights
apartment for four to five people

Standing in an elevated position at the foot of the awesome Blencathra, these two delightful properties are in an excellent central location for exploring the stunning scenery of the northern lakes and fells. W41431 is a well presented, single-storey holiday cottage which enjoys spectacular views from a pair of patio windows across a well manicured garden to the fells beyond. W41095 is a beautifully furnished holiday bungalow set in pretty shared gardens with a private patio area to sit out and enjoy the stunning views. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Coach House
from £251 for 7 nights
apartment for two people

Nestling in a clearing of trees, at the foot of Helvellyn and close to the shore of Lake Thirlmere, Dale Head Hall’s Victorian coach house, adjacent to one of lakeland’s finest hotels, has been carefully restored and converted into five apartments offering good quality holiday accommodation amidst breathtaking scenery. Overlooking the flower laden cobbled yard they retain much of their rustic charm and are well furnished, equipped and have been tastefully decorated. Stroll through the beautiful gardens which surround the lake and enjoy the tranquillity that this very special setting offers. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Glenwood cottage
from £206 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

This pair of delightful cottages are tucked away, yet very centrally located in the bustling and popular market town of Keswick. Well presented and built in the mid 1990's they offer very cosy, comfortable and tastefully furnished accommodation. Enjoy excellent local atmosphere and amenities plus dramatic and spectacular scenery on the doorstep. This is a walkers paradise with good restaurants, pubs, theatre, cinema, leisure centre, golf, tennis, water sports, fishing, bowls and shopping all nearby. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Stoddah Farm Cottage
from £246 for 3 nights
cottage for four to five people

Situated within the Matterdale Valley near Ullswater, this delightful 18th century semi-detached holiday cottage, which has been well restored, retaining the old beams, provides three levels of accommodation and Velux windows. Ideally placed to enjoy the full delights of the northern lakes, 11 miles from the popular Lake District town of Keswick, which has one of the most attractive backdrops in the Lake District, and 7 miles from the market town of Penrith. There are numerous gentle walks available, and for the more adventurous, day long hikes to the summits of Skiddaw, Blencathra and Helvellyn. A superb location for a holiday at any time of year. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Little Beck
from £240 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

A delightful cottage-style ground floor apartment, part of the owner’s farmhouse on the edge of a small beautifully landscaped caravan park. Surrounded by rural tranquillity and the towering majesty of Blencathra and Mell Fell, this is a perfect location for walkers and nature lovers. Only 4 miles from Ullswater with the steamer as an option to explore the lake by water, or why not visit Cumbria’s biggest visitor attraction nearby at Rheged – a great day out. Keswick with its shops, tea rooms and of course Derwent Water is a twenty minute drive in the other direction and the lovely beaches and golf at Allonby just a short drive further on. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Inglewood Cottage
from £206 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

This pair of delightful cottages are tucked away, yet very centrally located in the bustling and popular market town of Keswick. Well presented and built in the mid 1990's they offer very cosy, comfortable and tastefully furnished accommodation. Enjoy excellent local atmosphere and amenities plus dramatic and spectacular scenery on the doorstep. This is a walkers paradise with good restaurants, pubs, theatre, cinema, leisure centre, golf, tennis, water sports, fishing, bowls and shopping all nearby. Shops and pubs 200 metres. See above. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Hawthorn Cottage
from £240 for 7 nights
cottage for two to four people

Nestling into the hillside on the road leading to the Whinlatter Pass, this charming 200 year old semi-detached holiday cottage with an open fire is a perfect base for walkers and lovers of the northern lakes. With Keswick and Derwent Water a mere 2 miles, the hidden beauty of Loweswater, Crummock Water and Buttermere is a spectacular 20 minutes drive through the Whinlatter Forest Park and over the pass. The area abounds with places to visit with historic Carlisle and Hadrian’s Wall easily accessible. Tucked away in this tranquil village with walks from the door and pubs and food available, you may not even wish to wander further afield. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Coach House
from £251 for 7 nights
apartment for two people

Nestling in a clearing of trees, at the foot of Helvellyn and close to the shore of Lake Thirlmere, Dale Head Hall’s Victorian coach house, adjacent to one of lakeland’s finest hotels, has been carefully restored and converted into five apartments offering good quality holiday accommodation amidst breathtaking scenery. Overlooking the flower laden cobbled yard they retain much of their rustic charm and are well furnished, equipped and have been tastefully decorated. Stroll through the beautiful gardens which surround the lake and enjoy the tranquillity that this very special setting offers. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Armboth
from £410 for 7 nights
cottage for three people

Nestled amidst beautifully landscaped grounds, this attractive single storey holiday property stands within the grounds of Dale Head Hall Country House Hotel, which occupies a peaceful setting on the shores of Lake Thirlmere in the Cumbrian Lake District. With views over the grounds and woodland towards Helvellyn, this comfortable holiday home offers the ideal destination for a relaxing break in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Spend days walking along the lake shore or exploring the nearby market town of Keswick (6 miles). Unwind after a long day enjoying rhe peace and tranquillity and admiring the spectacular lake view from the hotel terrace. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Spry's View
from £323 for 7 nights
cottage for four to five people

Situated in the centre of Keswick, one of the Lake Districts most popular towns, but with views from the back towards Skiddaw, this cosy semi-detached holiday cottage provides a wonderful base from which to explore the surrounding area. For the more active there are numerous walking and cycling opportunities. The lakes of Ullswater, Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite are nearby and only a short drive will take you to Windermere, the heart of the Lake District National Park. Keswick is a bustling market town renowned for its craft shops, an excellent choice of restaurants and lively pubs. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Greta Grove House
from £210 for 3 nights
apartment for four people

This attractive, well equipped, first floor apartment enjoys views of the lakeland fells. Well appointed it has the benefit of lift and stair access, together with video intercom entry and private car parking spaces. An excellent base for touring and enjoying the many outdoor activities available, especially fell walking, fishing and cycling. Within walking distance of Lake Derwentwater and Keswick town centre, with all the amenities that this popular lakeland town has to offer such as restaurants, cafes, shops and public houses. Shops & pubs 100 metres. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Mountain View
from £376 for 7 nights
house for six people

A haven for sports enthusiasts, this well appointed first and second floor holiday apartment in the heart of Keswick provides perfect access to the activities on Derwent Water and the surrounding fells. All the bedrooms are at the back of the apartment giving superb fell views over the rooftops. Peaks such as Skiddaw and Blencathra are very close and Scafell, Bowfell and The Langdales just half an hour’s journey away. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Swaledale Cottage
from £232 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

Drive along unfenced roads surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the northern lakes, until you arrive at these cosy character holiday cottages, on a working sheep and beef farm 2.5 miles from Caldbeck. Renovated from an old barn, they are nicely decorated and furnished and feature exposed beams, with views over farmland to the fells beyond and walking right from the door. Caldbeck is a pretty and peaceful village which has, in addition to cafes, craft and antique shops, a goldsmith, clogmaker and bowling green. Situated on the edge of the National Park, it is known locally as ’Back o’ Skiddaw’, a walk over which will bring you into the bustling market town of Keswick. Keswick with its lakes, Bassenthwaite and Derwent Water are a 15-minute drive and full of interesting things to see and do. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Swaledale Cottage
from £232 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

Drive along unfenced roads surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the northern lakes, until you arrive at these cosy character holiday cottages, on a working sheep and beef farm 2.5 miles from Caldbeck. Renovated from an old barn, they are nicely decorated and furnished and feature exposed beams, with views over farmland to the fells beyond and walking right from the door. Caldbeck is a pretty and peaceful village which has, in addition to cafes, craft and antique shops, a goldsmith, clogmaker and bowling green. Situated on the edge of the National Park, it is known locally as ’Back o’ Skiddaw’, a walk over which will bring you into the bustling market town of Keswick. Keswick with its lakes, Bassenthwaite and Derwent Water are a 15-minute drive and full of interesting things to see and do. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Allison's Cottage
from £269 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

This charming cottage was originally part of an early 19th century coach house and provides cosy holiday accommodation. It is ideally situated in a small lane, only a two minute level stroll from the popular and bustling Lakeland market town of Keswick, where you can enjoy excellent local atmosphere and amenities. The scenery surrounding Keswick is dramatic and spectacular, and Alison’s Cottage is an excellent base for fell walking, touring, cycling or just relaxing and taking a cruise up the lake. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Blencarthra Stable
from £227 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

With some of the best views of the Lake District from the windows, this cosy, single-storey, semi-detached holiday cottage has been skilfully renovated to a very good standard with some delightful touches and a superb bathroom. With its own pretty enclosed garden area, you can breakfast under the trees and enjoy the view across the fields of the surrounding hills. There is splendid walking literally from the door. The cottage makes an excellent base to explore the whole area, as you are just 8 miles from the attractions of Keswick with its surrounding mountains and lakes. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Beckside
from £200 for 3 nights
cottage for three people

This traditional lakeland cottage adjoining another property, is backed by woodland and has its own secluded garden, situated on the edge of Coombe Beck, and close to Bassenthwaite Lake, it enjoys panoramic views to Helvellyn and the Causey Pike Range. Set against the stunning backdrop of Skiddaw Fell, it makes an ideal base for exploring on foot. Water sports, fishing and Osprey viewing (seasonal) nearby. Shops and restaurants in the market town of Keswick, 2 miles. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Drey
from £200 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Just a stone's throw from Bassenthwaite Lake, in a peaceful setting at the foot of the fells, this charming cottage has been built in traditional Lakeland style. The end one in a row of three, it is perfect for exploring the Northern Lakes with its spectacular unspoilt scenery of hills and lakes. There are walks from the doorstep through Whinlatter Forest leading to the Valleys of Crummock and Buttermere. Fishing, water sports and osprey viewing point (seasonal) nearby. Shop and pub 1m. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Apple Tree
from £251 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

This detached, lakeland stone cottage stands at the foot of one of the most exciting fells of the Lake District - Blencathra. With spectacular views to both the front and rear of the property, it is well furnished and equipped and has been tastefully decorated offering all year round comfort. Situated in the heart of Threlkeld village, which boasts 2 excellent pubs serving food, it is ideally situated with easy access to Skiddaw and the Keswick fells and lakes. Shop 4 miles, 2 pubs 500 metres. Keswick is 4 miles away. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Leatheswater
from £350 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

Close to the shores of Thirlmere lake and nestling at the foot of the magnificent Helvellyn, this first floor holiday apartment forms part of an elegant country house hotel. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, it enjoys stunning views of beautifully landscaped, mature gardens and the lake, and has been designed and furnished to a very high standard. Within the Lake District National Park are Castlerigg stone circle, Shepherd’s Crag, Dove Cottage Wordsworth Museum and Hardknott Castle. Good walking abounds with gentle lakeside walks and more strenuous walks - notably Helvellyn and Skiddaw. Lake Windermere offers boat trips and good shops. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Derwent Dale
from £210 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

These delightful stone built farm cottages look out upon some of the finest scenery in the Lake District, including Great Dodd, and beyond that, Helvellyn itself. There is the peaceful atmosphere of St Johns-in-the-Vale nearby with the challenging walking country of High Rigg, and rising up behind the properties, there are the lower slopes of Blencathra which can be reached from the doorstep. The popular and bustling market town of Keswick is 6 miles and has a large selection of shops, tourist attractions, pubs and restaurants. Lakeside walks at Thirlmere and boating trips on Derwent water are a must. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Brackendale
from £206 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

These delightful stone built farm cottages look out upon some of the finest scenery in the Lake District, including Great Dodd, and beyond that, Helvellyn itself. There is the peaceful atmosphere of St Johns-in-the-Vale nearby with the challenging walking country of High Rigg, and rising up behind the properties, there are the lower slopes of Blencathra which can be reached from the doorstep. The popular and bustling market town of Keswick is 6 miles and has a large selection of shops, tourist attractions, pubs and restaurants. Lakeside walks at Thirlmere and boating trips on Derwent water are a must. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Woodlands Cottage
from £215 for 7 nights
cottage for three to four people

Set in the grounds of Woodlands Country House, this cottage was originally the stables for the Victorian vicarage. Retaining the high pitched roof, the living room enjoys lovely views across the fields and the huge wood burning stove guarantees a cosy year round retreat. Ireby is a typical Cumbrian farming village on the northern fringe of the Lake District National Park and is just a 30 minute drive to both the popular and bustling lakeside town of Keswick and the traditional market town of Cockermouth. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Derwent Dale
from £303 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

These delightful stone built farm cottages look out upon some of the finest scenery in the Lake District, including Great Dodd, and beyond that, Helvellyn itself. There is the peaceful atmosphere of St Johns-in-the-Vale nearby with the challenging walking country of High Rigg, and rising up behind the properties, there are the lower slopes of Blencathra which can be reached from the doorstep. The popular and bustling market town of Keswick is 6 miles and has a large selection of shops, tourist attractions, pubs and restaurants. Lakeside walks at Thirlmere and boating trips on Derwent water are a must. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Ravenstone Cottage
from £200 for 3 nights
apartment cottage for four people

Set in the unspoilt northern Lakes, and away from the mainstream tourist tracks, this comfortable apartment adjoins a delightful country house hotel and is set in 2 acres of grounds, just 4 miles from Keswick on the outskirts of Bassenthwaite Lake. With breathtaking views over the Lake, only 1/2 mile away, and open countryside, and use of the hotels restaurant, bar and games room you will be ensured of a relaxing stay with superb walking from the doorstep. Pub 20 yards. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Kiln Hill Cottage
from £274 for 7 nights
cottage for four & six people

This charming semi-detached former farmhouse dates back to 1750 and has been tastefully refurbished, whilst retaining its charm and character. It has an upstairs living room to benefit from the lovely views and a spacious, modern kitchen/dining room. Situated in quiet countryside close to Bassenthwaite lake, there are wonderful walks and cycle routes from the door, with sailing available on the lake and a storage shed for bikes. Keswick with all its shops, pubs and restaurants, and Derwentwater for watersports are just 6 miles away. The Georgian market town of Cockermouth is 7 miles away. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Grooms Room
from £200 for 3 nights
house for two people

Nestling in a clearing of trees, at the foot of Helvellyn and close to the shore of Lake Thirlmere, Dale Head Hall's Victorian coach house, adjacent to one of lakeland's finest hotels, has been carefully restored and converted into five suites offering good quality accommodation amidst breathtaking scenery. An excellent central location for exploring the Lake District. Shop 5 miles. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Rose Cottage
from £318 for 7 nights
cottage for 2 to 3 people

Rose Cottage is attached to the owner’s farmhouse home. Beautifully furnished and equipped to ETC ‘4 Star’ or ‘5 Star’ standard to offer very attractive accommodation. Guests will enjoy the friendly rare breeds sheep, pot bellied pigs, goats, and ponies (including a miniature shetland pony called Mirabelle) and visitors are welcome to walk in the fields surrounding the farm (a red squirrel has been spotted in the grounds), as well as the many public footpaths nearby. This 500-acre farm is set in an AONB, with superb fell walking nearby. The pretty market town of Keswick stands on the shores of Derwent Water and makes an excellent base from which to explore delightful Borrowdale. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Tack Room
from £234 for 7 nights
house for two people

Nestling in a clearing of trees, at the foot of Helvellyn and close to the shore of Lake Thirlmere, Dale Head Hall’s Victorian coach house, adjacent to one of lakeland’s finest hotels, has been carefully restored and converted into five apartments offering good quality holiday accommodation amidst breathtaking scenery. Overlooking the flower laden cobbled yard they retain much of their rustic charm and are well furnished, equipped and have been tastefully decorated. Stroll through the beautiful gardens which surround the lake and enjoy the tranquillity that this very special setting offers. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Rambling Rose cottage
from £318 for 7 nights
cottage for 2 to 3 people

Rambling Rose Cottage and Rosedale Cottage are adjacent and were both recently converted to a high standard. Beautifully furnished and equipped to ETC ‘4 Star’ or ‘5 Star’ standard to offer very attractive accommodation. Guests will enjoy the friendly rare breeds sheep, pot bellied pigs, goats, and ponies (including a miniature shetland pony called Mirabelle) and visitors are welcome to walk in the fields surrounding the farm (a red squirrel has been spotted in the grounds), as well as the many public footpaths nearby. This 500-acre farm is set in an AONB, with superb fell walking nearby. The pretty market town of Keswick stands on the shores of Derwent Water and makes an excellent base from which to explore delightful Borrowdale. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Rosemary Cottage
from £212 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

Both Rose Cottage and Rosemary Cottage are attached to the owner's farmhouse home; Rambling Rose Cottage and Rosedale Cottage are adjacent and were both recently converted to a high standard, whilst Primrose Cottage has been converted from a former byre and stands in a courtyard which is bedecked with flower tubs, window boxes and hanging baskets. All the cottages have been beautifully furnished and equipped to offer very attractive accommodation. The nearest pub in Ireby standing a 1½ mile drive away and with Uldale 2 miles away also with a pub serving good food. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Fold End
from £276 for 7 nights
house for four people

Well presented and cared for, this delightful modern detached bungalow is situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the popular and attractive market town of Keswick. Standing in a well kept garden it enjoys an elevated position and has fine fell views. Comfortable and well equipped, this lovely holiday home is well placed for excellent walking and touring, with a wide selection of very good restaurants. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Quietways
from £487 for 7 nights
house for six people

This deceptively spacious detached holiday house has been tastefully renovated to a good standard, with a sunny conservatory, two bedrooms and bathroom on the ground floor. The pleasant village is situated within easy walking distance of Derwent Water, with all its watersports, and is only 1.5 miles walk through the fields to the popular Lake District town of Keswick. All around there are views of the mountains, from Skiddaw to Grizedale Pike and Cat Bells, with superb walking and cycling available locally. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Guards Cottage
from £487 for 7 nights
house for six people

This 120 year old Lakeland stone cottage has been tastefully renovated and furnished and stands as one of a pair in the heart of the village of Threlkeld. WIth oak floors and many original features it cleverly combines a traditional cosy, cottage ambience with a modern chic style. There are lovely fell views from the cottage and a pleasant rear garden. Standing at the foot of Blencathra there is superb walking from the doorstep plus there are two excellent local pubs serving food and real ale. The popular tourist town of Keswick, situated on Derwentwater, is just 4 miles. Bassenthwaite lake, Thirlmere and Ullswater are all within easy reach. Keswick golf club is a mile away and there are well marked cycle routes running through the village. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Bridge House
from £487 for 7 nights
house for five people

Enjoying a splendid position in the delightful village of Threlkeld at the foot of the Blencathra Fells, this traditional stone-built cottage is cosy and tastefully furnished, and has its own small paved sitting-out area. The end of a little row, it is close to wonderful walks in all directions. Derwent Water, with its wooded shores and boat hire, is 10 minutes’ drive, as is Keswick, popular with climbers and walkers, and offering sports facilities, swimming and golf. Bassenthwaite Lake and Ullswater, with their spectacular scenery and Penrith are all within 20 minutes’ drive. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Rosedale
from £350 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

Rambling Rose Cottage and Rosedale Cottage are adjacent and were both recently converted to a high standard. Beautifully furnished and equipped to ETC ‘4 Star’ or ‘5 Star’ standard to offer very attractive accommodation. Guests will enjoy the friendly rare breeds sheep, pot bellied pigs, goats, and ponies (including a miniature shetland pony called Mirabelle) and visitors are welcome to walk in the fields surrounding the farm (a red squirrel has been spotted in the grounds), as well as the many public footpaths nearby. This 500-acre farm is set in an AONB, with superb fell walking nearby. The pretty market town of Keswick stands on the shores of Derwent Water and makes an excellent base from which to explore delightful Borrowdale. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Flat 4, Lonsdale House
from £246 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

This lovely well appointed and spacious first floor apartment is centrally situated in the popular Lake District town of Keswick. It has views of the nearby Lakeland Fells providing ample opportunity of gentle lake shore and low level walks to more strenuous day long hikes to the summits of Skiddaw, Blencathra and Helvellyn. The holiday apartment is only a few minutes’ stroll from the numerous amenities of Keswick town centre and Derwentwater. In fact you can park your car for the week and enjoy the parks, gardens, tropical leisure pool, golf, mountain bikes, climbing wall, watersports, lake cruises, theatre, cinema and good bus routes connecting a variety of walks and lakeland towns. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Stable Cottage
from £246 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

These three holiday properties are furnished and equipped to a good standard and situated in pleasant, quiet countryside with splendid views of the surrounding hills and lakes. Stable Cottage is a former barn that has been rebuilt into a cosy ground floor holiday property. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Skiddaw Cottage
from £246 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

These three holiday properties are furnished and equipped to a good standard and situated in pleasant, quiet countryside with splendid views of the surrounding hills and lakes. Skiddaw Cottage is a detached former stable situated across the courtyard which has been renovated with charm and character. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Byre Cottage
from £274 for 7 nights
cottage for six people

These three holiday properties are furnished and equipped to a good standard and situated in pleasant, quiet countryside with splendid views of the surrounding hills and lakes. Byre Cottage is a detached former stable situated across the courtyard which has been renovated with charm and character. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Kitty Fold
from £266 for 7 nights
house for three people

These delightful terraced holiday cottages, converted from a barn, have charm and character and are furnished and equipped to very good standard, with many pleasing touches. Boasting two bathrooms, W8700 is ideal for couples. Situated overlooking Lakeland farmland with the mountains surrounding Keswick in the distance, there is excellent walking from the door. There is an outward-bound centre just up the road with quad bikes and horse riding amongst the attractions. Only 4 miles from Ullswater and you will enjoy the views on the drive over. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Kitty-Byre
from £266 for 7 nights
house for four people

These delightful terraced holiday cottages, converted from a barn, have charm and character and are furnished and equipped to very good standard, with many pleasing touches. Boasting two bathrooms, W8700 is ideal for couples. Situated overlooking Lakeland farmland with the mountains surrounding Keswick in the distance, there is excellent walking from the door. There is an outward-bound centre just up the road with quad bikes and horse riding amongst the attractions. Only 4 miles from Ullswater and you will enjoy the views on the drive over. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Trusamadoor
from £264 for 7 nights
house for two people

Set in the unspoilt northern Lakes, and away from the mainstream tourist tracks, this comfortable single storey holiday cottage stands in the grounds of a delightful country house hotel which is set in 2 acres of grounds just 4 miles from Keswick on the outskirts of Bassenthwaite Lake. With breathtaking views over open countryside and the lake, which is ½ a mile away, plus use of the hotel’s restaurant, bar and games room you will be ensured of a relaxing stay with superb walking from the doorstep. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Primrose Cottage
from £350 for 7 nights
house for four people

Primrose Cottage has been converted from a former byre and stands in a courtyard which is bedecked with flower tubs, window boxes and hanging baskets. Beautifully furnished and equipped to ETC ‘4 Star’ or ‘5 Star’ standard to offer very attractive accommodation. Guests will enjoy the friendly rare breeds sheep, pot bellied pigs, goats, and ponies (including a miniature shetland pony called Mirabelle) and visitors are welcome to walk in the fields surrounding the farm (a red squirrel has been spotted in the grounds), as well as the many public footpaths nearby. This 500-acre farm is set in an AONB, with superb fell walking nearby. The pretty market town of Keswick stands on the shores of Derwent Water and makes an excellent base from which to explore delightful Borrowdale. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Ingle Neuk
from £143 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

This delightfully situated traditional lakeland cottage, adjoining the owners property, is set in the peaceful hamlet of Bowscale, between Mosedale and Mungrisdale in the Upper Caldew Valley, a quiet unspoilt area in the lee of the Lakeland mountains, Skiddaw and Blencathra. This is John Peel country, providing wonderful walking in the immediate locality and the Lakes generally. Golf, fishing and riding are all available. An excellent centre for touring the Lake District National Park (Keswick 11 miles), with all of the Lakes within easy reach, the Eden Valley (Penrith 12 miles) and the Border Country with Hadrian's Wall. Shop 5 miles, pub 1 mile. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - The Grainery
from £283 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

This spacious and well presented holiday home is beautifully positioned with panoramic and dramatic views along St John’s-in-the-Vale and the Helvellyn Mountain Range. There are outstanding walks and scenery from the doorstep and the location is peaceful and perfectly placed for exploring Keswick and the surrounding lakes. The bustling and popular lakeside town of Keswick is just 2½ miles away, with good restaurants, pubs and interesting shops. There are many museums, galleries, historic houses and National Trust properties to enjoy nearby. (back to top)


Keswick accommodation - Gate Cottage
from £323 for 7 nights
cottage for four people

This traditionally furnished, semi-detached period cottage is in a hamlet in the Glenderamackin Valley at the foothills of Blencathra. It is an ideal holiday base for birdwatchers, fell walkers and those wishing to explore the quieter parts of the Northern Fells. It is within easy reach (less than 12 miles) of Ullswater, Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite Lakes, and the excellent shops at Penrith, Keswick and Rheged. You have a good chance of seeing the red squirrels and fell ponies nearby. (back to top)


Hostels in Keswick, Cumbria
 
Ambleside accommodation - Ambleside Backpackers
from £16
a range of rooms private and shared

Offers the best backpacker facilities in the area:
* Reasonable charges with longer stay reduction.
* Ideally situated, 5 minutes from bus.
* 72 beds in a large traditional Lakeland cottage.
* Newly refurbished, clean, comfortable and warm.
* Manager on site, no lock out, no curfew. (back to top)


Ambleside accommodation - YHA Ambleside
from £20
a range of rooms private and shared

This large hostel is just outside a busy village on the shores of Lake Windermere. The views from the hostel lounge and many of the waterfront bedrooms are outstanding. There are forty-three 2-5 bedded and sixteen 6-8 bedded rooms. (back to top)


Caravan Parks and Camping near Keswick
 
White Cross Bay, Lake Windermere
from £123
caravans for 4 & 6, lodges for 4 & 6, lodge homes for 4 & 6 people

At White Cross Bay you enjoy an enviable position in the very heart of the Lake District, with 60 acres of delightful wooded parkland grounds running right down to the shores of Windermere. The surrounding fells are within easy reach and are spectacularly beautiful at all times of the year. Your accommodation is within easy reach of the lake and clubhouse but due to the steep gradients or steps in certain areas, White Cross Bay Leisure Park may not be suitable for wheelchair users, or visitors with mobility difficulties. Ambleside is 4 miles away. (back to top)


Bassenthwaite Lakeside Lodges, Grasmere
from £385 short break
lodges for 4 to 6 people

Nestling at the foot of the dramatic Skiddaw Mountain, on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake, these superb lodges offer an idyllic setting in one of the Lake District's most gloriously unspoilt areas. Breathtaking views, tranquil surroundings and wonderful walks are yours to enjoy. Historic houses, gardens, castles, monuments, museums and many fascinating craft shops and galleries are all within 30 minutes drive of this small and exclusive park, which holds the David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation. (back to top)


Accommodation in Grasmere

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