Self-catering with 4 units, £460-£1250 pupw sleeps 1-6
Restaurant with Rooms with 4 rooms, £60-£809 pppnb
Guest House with 6 rooms, £35-£42 pppnb
Guest House with 7 rooms, £37-£50 pppnb
Country House Hotel with 9 rooms, £35-£150 pppnb
Touring & Camping Park with 42 pitches, £18-£26 ptpn
Alternative Accommodation with 4 units, £37-£49 pupn sleeps 1-4
Guest House with 5 rooms, £34-£42 pppnb
Guest House with 9 rooms, £39-£50 pppnb
Guest Accommodation with 4 rooms, £35-£40 pppnb
Bed & Breakfast with 2 rooms, £28-£38 pppnb
Guest House with 11 rooms, £69-£110 prpnb
Guest Accommodation with 8 rooms, £0-£105 prpn
Bed & Breakfast with 6 rooms, £35-£70 prpnb
Guest Accommodation with 6 rooms, £30-£43 pppnb
Self-catering with 2 units, £260-£630 pupw sleeps 1-2
Guest House with 5 rooms, £36-£40 pppnb
Self-catering with 1 unit, £485-£665 pupw sleeps 4-6
Self-catering with 1 unit, £475-£650 pupw sleeps 1-4
Self-catering with 1 unit, £60-£75 pupn sleeps 1-2
Self-catering with 1 unit, £495-£1075 pupw sleeps 1-6
Guest House with 5 rooms, £32-£40 pppnb
Bed & Breakfast with 11 rooms, £55-£72 pppnb
Guest House with 6 rooms, £43-£83 prpnb
There are a variety of different events happening at Bassenthwaite and the surrounding towns including the Keswick Mountain Festival & the fascinating Blencathra:Life of a mountain. Click the button below to see what's on during your stay.
Whinlatter is England's only true mountain forest. Rising 1000ft above sea level, the forest and visitor centre provides a whole range of outdoor activities for everyone.
Start at the visitor centre where the staff will give information and help plan your day.
It's central location makes Keswick the perfect place to stay when planning to explore the Lake District. The town is surrounded famous Lakeland hills such has Grizedale Pike, Skiddaw and Catbells.
Skiddaw dominates Bassenthwaite Lake and at 931 metres it is one of the largest peaks in the Lake District.
This mountain is one of the oldest formations in the Lake District (and indeed in Europe) and provides a variety of gentle ascents for even the most inexperienced walker.
A lottery-funded scheme, Bassenthwaite Reflections, is helping to protect the lake's vulnerable plant and animal life through community involvement.