Guest Accommodation with 6 rooms, £30-£42 pppnb
Guest House with 6 rooms, £36-£43 pppnb
Restaurant with Rooms with 4 rooms, £60-£120 pppnb
Guest Accommodation with 4 rooms, £72-£80 prpnb
Self-catering with 4 units, £420-£850 pupw sleeps 4-6
Bed & Breakfast with 10 rooms, £49-£144 pppnb
Guest House with 9 rooms, £78-£105 prpn
Guest Accommodation with 8 rooms, £0-£105 prpn
Glamping with 4 units, £39-£50 pupn sleeps 1-4
Guest House with 6 rooms, £45-£88 prpnb
Bed & Breakfast with 2 rooms, £34-£38 pppnb
Self-catering with 2 units, £260-£700 pupw sleeps 1-3
Bed & Breakfast with 2 rooms, £37 pppnb
Bed & Breakfast with 6 rooms, £35-£70 prpnb
Self-catering with 1 unit, £330-£525 pupw sleeps 2
Self-catering with 1 unit, £60-£75 pupn sleeps 1-2
Self-catering with 5 units, £320-£2500 pupw sleeps 1-12
Country House Hotel with 25 rooms, £65-£108 pppnb
Self-catering with 2 units, £425-£695 pupw sleeps 2-5
Guest House with 8 rooms, £31-£37 pppnb
Restaurant with Rooms with 9 rooms, £55-£103 pppnb
Farmhouse with 2 rooms, £32 pppnb
Guest Accommodation with 7 rooms, £36-£50 pppnb
Farmhouse with 5 rooms, £38-£98 pppnb
There are a variety of events taking place in and around the Keswick area. From mountain art exhibitions or catching a play at the Theatre by the Lake, check out what is on during your visit and browse the events of most interest to you.
Castlerigg Stone Circle
The church apparently attracted unofficial markets following church services. This caused much contention until a market charter was granted in 1276 to a small cheese dairy not far away on the banks of the river Greta. This was the start of Keswick, whose name translates as ‘cheese farm'.
As Keswick grew in size, the original settlement at Crosthwaite declined, leaving the church isolated.
Prosperity came to Keswick in the 16th century with the extraction of minerals from the surrounding fells. With no local mining expertise, skilled German miners were drafted in to work the copper and lead mines in the Newlands Valley, and a large smelting plant was established at Brigham (where the A66 road bridge crosses the river Greta).
The later discovery of wadd (graphite) at Seathwaite in Borrowdale gave rise to around 14 pencil manufacturing businesses in the area, one of which - the Cumberland Pencil Company - was operational in Keswick up to 2007.