Keswick

Keswick offers lovely lakeside walking, good old fashioned delights like pitch-and-putt and rowing boats, but it is also the foodie capital of the Lake District with fine restaurants, great market, proper butcheries, bakeries and sweetie shops, and pubs that really know how to keep beer... Read More

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Swinside Lodge Hotel

Swinside Lodge Hotel

Swinside Lodge Country House Hotel is a unique Georgian Lakeland property set in its own gardens situated at the foot of Cat Bells in the beautiful Newlands Valley. It is surrounded by fells - Skiddaw, ... More | Double Room: From £78 | visit website

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Kings Arms Hotel

Kings Arms Hotel

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Situated in the traditional Lake District town of Keswick, this former coaching inn provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with modern day comforts in a historic setting. In the 17th Century, Keswick ... More | Double Room: £32

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Lairbeck Hotel

Lairbeck Hotel
Featured on the 'Wish You Were Here?' TV holiday programme, this superb example of a Country House Hotel retains much of its original Victorian elegance, such as the welcoming entrance hall and magnificent ‘barley-twist’ staircase. ... More | Double Room: £72 - £84 | visit website
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Borrowdale Gates Country House Hotel

Borrowdale Gates Country House Hotel

Gently cradled in the Lake District’s most dramatic valley, Borrowdale Gates holds a south-facing view down the epic ‘Jaws of Borrowdale’, which Wainwright once described as “…the most beautiful square mile in Lakeland.”

Nestled beneath ... More | Double Room: From £92 - £132 | visit website

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Lodore Falls Hotel

Lodore Falls Hotel

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Overlooking Derwentwater, this elegant hotel is set within 40 acres of beautiful Lake District countryside, making it the ideal base for exploring the stunning scenery. Situated next to woodland trails and ... More | Double Room: £150

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Horse & Farrier Inn

Horse & Farrier Inn

The Horse and Farrier Inn is situated beneath Blencathra in the picturesque village of Threlkeld. Located just 4 miles east of Keswick it is ideally located for walking, with many different walking routes starting ... More | Double Room: From £35 | visit website

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Sweeney's Bar, Restaurant & Rooms

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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 ... More

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Skiddaw Hotel

Skiddaw Hotel

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Boasting a town centre location set amongst beautiful scenic countryside, the hotel provides a unique oasis the in the centre of the bustling market town of Keswick. Surrounded by the picturesque lakes ... More | Double Room: £122

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Troutbeck Inn

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Beautiful Country Inn nestled in a small helmet surrounded by stunning views of the fells, offering a relaxed base from which you can easily access all of the Lake District. ... More

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Derwentwater Hotel

Derwentwater Hotel

The epitome of a Lakeland country house hotel set in 16 acres of conservation grounds on the shores of Derwentwater. Refurbished to provide high standards of accommodation - sublimely comfortable without being pretentious. Award winning ... More | visit website

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