visit keswick

  • View of Keswick & Derwentwater
  • Moot Hall Keswick
  • Derwentwater
  • Castlerigg Stone Circle by moonlight
  • Mountain Biking at Whinlatter

about keswick:


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.

There are walks to suit all abilities from the doorstep. The forest of Whinlatter is close by and ideal for walking, mountain biking and the high wire adventure GoApe.  Make a visit to the Pencil Museum, take a cruise on the lake and see the latest production at Theatre by the Lake. At certain times of the year you may also get a glimpse of the nesting Osprey from Dodd Wood.

Not forgetting the great choice of accommodation from hotels and family run b&b's to self catering cottages and campsites.  Combined with it's historic roots, Keswick is an ideal place to spend your holiday.

keswick hotels, b&bs and guesthouses

Ravenstone Lodge

VisitEngland 3 Star Country House HotelCountry House Hotel with 9 rooms, £10-£125 pppnb, Keswick

The Lodge a Victorian building, originally a stable circa 1861, is situated at the foot of Skiddaw in its own 5 acres of spectacular Lake District countryside with splendid views towards Bassenthwaite Lake and the north western fells.

 
 
 
Laurel Bank

VisitEngland 4 Star Guest HouseGuest House with 5 rooms, £34-£40 pppnb, Keswick

Laurel Bank is a charming Victorian non-smoking guest house, close to the historic stone circle and town centre. All rooms are en suite, with views towards Grisedale Pike and Latrigg. Ideally situated for walking.

 
 
 
Acorn House

VisitEngland 4 Star Guest HouseGuest House with 9 rooms, £37-£49 pppnb, Keswick

Detached Georgian house set in well-maintained gardens. Spacious rooms, all have been tastefully refurbished. Four poster beds available. Quietly situated, yet close to the town centre and lake. Real log fires.

 
 
 
Views from The Views

Quality Cumbria AssessedSelf-catering with 2 units, £180-£545 pupw sleeps 2, Keswick

The Views - Holiday Cottages in the Sky. Contemporary town centre luxury apartments with some of the best views in the Lake District - Guaranteed. Located just off Keswick market square with parking. Short Breaks Available.

Complimentary bottle of Champagne, Short breaks of 2 nights available
 
 
 
Cragside exterior

AA 4 Star Guest AccommodationGuest Accommodation with 4 rooms, £28-£40 pppnb, Keswick

This small and friendly guest house is located a short walk from the town centre and many of the rooms enjoy fine views of the surrounding fells. Bedrooms are well equipped and the breakfast room overlooks the small front garden.

 
 
 
Shemara Guest House

VisitEngland 4 Star Guest HouseGuest House with 7 rooms, £36-£45 pppnb, Keswick

Richard and Fon Atkinson welcome you to their warm and friendly, centrally located guesthouse in the picturesque town of Keswick in the heart of the English Lake District. Shemara has 7 en suite bedrooms.

 
 
 
Lane Foot Loft

VisitEngland 3 Star Self-cateringSelf-catering with 1 unit, £55-£70 pupn sleeps 2, Keswick

Lanefoot Loft is a studio apartment located next to the 16thC farmhouse at Lanefoot Farm. It is an excellent base for touring the northern Lake District.

 
 

things to do

Lake District Calvert Trust

Keswick

Residential outdoor adventure holidays for people with disabilities, including those with the most complex needs. It’s what you can do that counts!

 
 
 
Keswick Canoe & Bushcraft

Keswick

Keswick Canoe and Bushcraft is based in the heart of the Lake District National Park in the bustling town of Keswick. We are specialist providers of canoe tours, bush craft and wilderness skills, river trips and canoe expeditions.

 
 
 
King Kong Climbing Centre

Keswick

A brand new Climbing Centre in the heart of Keswick, with an indoor ice wall, childrens play area and cafe. We also run a range of indoor and outdoor adventure activities, to suit all abilities.

 
 
 
Cumberland Pencil Museum

Keswick

Enter the museum through a replica of the Seathwaite mine, journey through the history of pencil making at the worlds longest pencil and finally relax in our coffee shop, while the kids follow the quiz trails.

 
 
 
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