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LUXURY COTTAGES IN KESWICK

LUXURY COTTAGES IN KESWICK

Luxury Self Catering in Keswick

Keswick is a small but vibrant market town in the north region of the stunning Lake District National Park, set on the shore of Derwentwater.

Although Derwentwater is one of the main bodies of water in the Lake District and Keswick the ‘capital’ of the northern Lakes, it is remarkably peaceful. Away from the giant mountains of the central Lakes, Keswick is a more gentle landscape of ‘Surprise Views’ and mythical Stone Circles.

Whilst staying in one of our luxury cottages in Keswick you can enjoy Michelin dining, stately homes and spas, top foodie market and a truly idyllic lake.

Lakelovers Luxury Cottages in Keswick

Booking luxury self catering in Keswick with Lakelovers will reward you with some truly special holiday accommodation that you will happily call a home from home the minute you step through the door. We have hand-picked our collection of Keswick luxury self-catering cottages and what’s more, they are all 3-5 star accredited, by VisitEngland. There is a signature that runs through our Keswick collection, and that is of class and quality. From the décor and interiors design, to the fixtures and fittings, Lakelovers holiday cottages truly do offer the very best in Keswick luxury self-catering.

From large townhouses, with stacks of space and town centre locations, to quaint 2 bed cottages, characterised by their Lakeland whitewashed exterior and dry stone walls, we’re sure we have just what you’re looking for. Step inside our romantic luxury cottages in Keswick and they ooze chic sophistication where modern refurbishments bring these period properties into the 21st century. You’ll find smart Tvs, WiFi, luxurious bathrooms and statement kitchens, fitted out with all the latest in mod cons for an easy and relaxing self-catering holiday. We also have understated properties, in superb locations with walks from the doorstep, and ideal for families to spread out.

Dogs are free with Lakelovers and Keswick is a particularly dog friendly holiday destination, where pets have been known to be served a refreshment before their owners! We have over 150 dog friendly cottages across the Lake District, all to VisitEngland accreditation and 3-5 star awarded. With its pedestrianised centre and plethora of dog welcoming cafes, pubs and shops, it is unsurprising that Keswick has won the Kennel Club’s ‘Most Dog Friendly’ town award for several years.

We’d recommend making the short drive from Keswick, under the shadow of Skiddaw, to Bassenthwaite where you will find the glorious Armathwaite Hall and Spa. Set in 400 acres of private parkland, a daytrip to the spa is a truly relaxing excursion, and they can receive helicopter landings. Whilst staying in our Keswick luxury cottages you can also enquire about Lakelovers inclusive leisure club passes.

A Little of Keswick’s History

Keswick owes its early day prosperity to mining under the rein of Elizabeth I. Copper, slate and graphite were mined locally, and in fact the world’s first graphite pencil was made in Keswick, after being found in Seathwaite, and the Cumberland Pencil Museum is worth a visit, especially for families.

In the late 18th century Keswick became the Lake District’s ‘first gentry resort’, made popular by the romantic Lake Poets Wordsworth, Ruskin, Coleridge and Southey and the arrival of the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith railway line further bolstered Keswick’s place on the tourist map.

Getting There

Keswick is a superbly serviced town, and to give you an idea of accessibility – London to Keswick by train is less than 3 ½ hours and the airports of Manchester, Edinburgh and Liverpool are all a maximum of 2 ½ hours flight away. For travelling by rail, the West Coast Main Line at Penrith is the nearest train station and is only a 20 minute bus, car or taxi ride away from Keswick. For a direct route by car, take the A66 at junction 40 of the M6, signposted for Penrith. For a scenic route, take the A591 at junction 36 of the M6, and enjoy one of the best roads in the UK through the heart of the Lakes, passing alongside Lake Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere to arrive at one of our Keswick luxury cottages.

Out and About In Keswick

Keswick is one of the most popular destinations in the Lake District and with so much on offer, it is not difficult to see why.

The scenery and unique landscape around Keswick and Derwentwater has inspired many great literary artists for decades. The medieval Ashness Bridge, one of the most photographed packhorse bridge in England, largely because of its stunning backdrop, was a popular spot for writers, artists and poets. And Surprise View is just that – a glorious unveiling of Derwentwater and beyond to Bassenthiwate Lake. As was Friar’s Cragg, which John Ruskin described as one of the most beautiful in Eurpoe and St Herbert’s Island was Beatrix Potter’s ‘Owl Island’ in The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. Indeed, visit The Lingholme Estate, where Potter holidayed, on Derwentwater’s western shore and enjoy ‘Mr McGregor’s’ recently renovated kitchen garden and tearooms, as well as the lakeshore walk.

Art is very much part of the Keswick scene today and one of the most popular venue’s is the Theatre by the Lake, which is just a five minute walk from the town centre. Here the performances are superb and match the quality of the dramatic scenery, where you can see across the lake to Catbells and Borrowdale in the south and Skiddaw in the north. From the eclectic Alhambra, one of Britain’s oldest cinemas, to the contemporary annual Keswick Mountain Festival and superb jazz festival, Keswick has lots going on.

There are few who are not taken in by the atmosphere Keswick’s Castlerigg Stone Circle, which has is one of the finest settings of any of Britain’s stone circles, with panoramic views and a backdrop of Helvellyn and High Seat.

For enjoying Derwentwater from above, we’d recommend heading up Catbells, Wainwright’s favourite walk and one that rewards with truly spectacular views. For the more energetic, Keswick is a superb location for bagging Skiddaw and Blencathra, some of the oldest rock formations in the Lake District.

For day-trippers, a visit to one of the most beautiful valley’s in the Lake District, Borrowdale, south of Derwentwater, is a must when staying in Keswick. Here the impressive Bowder Stone, in the Jaws of Borrowdale, has been attracting visitors for over 250 years and is only a 15 minute walk from the roadside passing through this narrow pass in the valley. If you’re heading south, through the Borrowdale valley, many day-trippers enjoy the journey over Honister Pass to Buttermere, where you can experience one of the best round-the-lake walks in the Lakes. Here you really feel tranquillity and serenity like no other.

From Keswick, the A591 connects you easily with the central Lakes, including the picturesque hamlets of Grasmere and Rydal, Wordsworth territory, and bustling heart of the Lakes, the tourist town of Ambleside. Before reaching Grasmere, you can bag Helvellyn from its western flank, following the zig-zag path up to the 950m summit. There’s more walking paradise in the nearby craggy valley of Langdale, west of Grasmere.

Eating and Drinking, Wining and Dining

Whilst there are plenty of fine dining options in and around Keswick, when visiting the north Lakes, we’d recommend making a reservation at the excellent Forest Side, just outside Grasmere. This recently renovated country house hotel received its first Michelin star within a year of opening and what a stylish treat it is. This is one not to miss.

To sample local delights and culture, take in the Keswick Beer Festival in late summer. For stocking your luxury self-catering cottage in Keswick make sure you don’t miss the award-winning market, every Thursday and Saturday with over 60 stalls where you can meet the local producers and suppliers who are more than happy to share cooking advice and recipe tips.

Keswick has the upmarket supermarket Booths, also stocking local produce and a great selection of wines and beers. Morrels restaurant is the place to go in Keswick for smart dining, where you can choose between the a la carte menu or fixed price options. We’d recommend reserving and you will not be disappointed. Wonder the historical streets of Keswick and take your pick from champagne bar or local pub to takeaway fish and chips to Thai, Chinese and Bangladeshi restaurants.

Whilst planning a luxury break in the Lake District, you may want to browse our collection of cottages with hot tubs or perhaps our large cottages, which are ideal for celebratory events.

If by any chance you have not found what you’re looking for from our luxury Keswick cottages, our expert customer service team would love to help. Please call 015394 88833 or email [email protected]

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Waternook Ullswater
  • Sleeps 12
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Private parking for 6 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

5 star opulence on Ullswater, Waternook is quite simply outstanding and luxurious in every way, arguably the most prestigious self-catering experience in the Lake District or possibly the British Isles. This eclectic detached 17th century Lakeland residence occupies a sublime, secluded setting within 26 acres of private grounds with 1/2 mile of lake shoreline, commanding simply breath-taking uninterrupted panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

Available From£6480.00
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Rosebay Cottage Keswick
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars

Built in 1714, 3 Rose Cottages is a delightful picture perfect cottage, in the pretty Lakeland village of Dacre just a short drive, or a pleasant walk, from the shores of Ullswater. Refurbished to an exceptionally high standard by the owner with great attention to detail this pretty cottage offers quality, character and lots of charm.

Available From£445.00
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  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

This idyllic Lakeland cottage, created from an original barn, occupies this picture postcard setting within the sleepy hamlet of Grange in Borrowdale. Borrowdale is one of the most beautiful and spectacular areas of the Lake District. Grange Fell is surrounded by magnificent scenery and mountains including the famous Castle Crag and Grange Fell itself and only a short drive alongside the lake into ever popular Keswick town centre.

Available From£535.00
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Boxtree Ullswater
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

A few minutes' drive or a delightful walk from the shores of Ullswater, in the pretty village of Dacre, Boxtree is a beautifully restored, two bedroom, 18th century farmer's cottage. This delightful cottage is packed full of quality, charm and character.

Available From£465.00
Special Offer Special Offer! 7 Nights reduced from £590 to £533
Croft Corner Keswick
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Electric Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Infants welcome

Croft Corner has a peaceful location on the fringe of Applethwaite village, just one mile from Keswick. The village nestles at the foot of Skiddaw and captures countryside life that has remained unchanged for years. Croft Corner is part of a large Victorian house and offers quality ground floor accommodation – a Lakeland hideaway for just two people. The cottage has spectacular views and is ideally placed to enjoy a selection of walks from the door with pub/three restaurants and health spa facilities also within walking distance. The popular market town of Keswick is a few minutes drive away or just a 20 minute walk. Likewise it is only a short drive to the shores of both Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite. You can drive to no less than 7 other lakes within 30 minutes. For those seeking out the thrills of the high fells the views from the northern fells of Helvellyn, Skiddaw and Blencathra are some of the best in the Lake District. In addition to the routes over the high fells there is a wealth of lower level routes including riverside strolls and lakeside paths. In contrast you can explore the many literary and historical connections in the area – the Lake District is now a UNESCO site.

Available From£382.00
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Scalegill House Keswick
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Private parking for 3 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Located on the site of a building dating back to the 14th Century Scalegill House, close to Lake Bassenthwaite, is s a traditional Lakeland longhouse with incredible history. The remnants of Roman forts can be found on the surrounding hills and with views to Skiddaw it is well positioned for exploring right from the door. Keswick, Cockermouth and Carlisle are all within 15 miles providing some great day trips out and several great pubs are only a short drive away including the Castle Inn which has an excellent reputation for great food.

Available From£455.00
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  • Sleeps 20
  • 10 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Private parking for 10 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

5 star opulence on Ullswater, Waternook Estate is quite simply outstanding and luxurious in every way, arguably the most prestigious self-catering experience in the Lake District or possibly the British Isles. Exclusively yours this magnificent private estate comprises of Waternook, accommodating 12 and The Great Barn 8.

Available From£10475.00
Special Offer Special Short Break Offer! 4 nights reduced from £630 to £495 please call 015394…
Pippin Cottage Keswick
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Pippin Cottage appears, from the outside, to be a traditional, Victorian terrace house but step inside and you will be instantly taken by the cool and contemporary makeover that the owners have created. Here old and new blend effortlessly to create a fantastic cottage that offer the ideal place to relax with family and friends, situated within easy walking distance of Keswick Market Square.Take our 3d virtual tour of the property including floorplan by clicking here.

Available From£385.00
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Cedar Nook Keswick
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car

The spectacular scenery of the north west Lake District is some of the most stunning and beautiful in the British Isles and sat right in the very heart of it the small hamlet of Loweswater is one of the prettiest in the Lakes. Leave the hustle and bustle behind you as you wind along the country lanes and approach Cedar Nook.

Available From£365.00
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  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car

Situated in the unspoilt village of Uldale, The Grooms Cottage has been lovingly created as a cosy and romantic retreat for two and offers high quality accommodation nestled in the beautiful scenery of the north Lakes. The village of Uldale captures countryside life that has remained unchanged for years with a village pub and church, working farms, quaint cottages and a village green. This property has recently been featured in The Cumberland News and also the award winning Cumbria Life magazine, where you can find its highly complimented write ups.

Available From£465.00
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Heathfield Keswick
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Gas Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Heathfield is located in the popular Crosthwaite area of Keswick and within easy walking distance of the town centre and market square. This 1930s property had been refurbished to a very high standard by its current owners and offers spacious and luxurious accommodation for four people and is an ideal base for friends to relax and enjoy the combination of quality accommodation in a great location.

Available From£495.00
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The Great Barn Ullswater
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Electric Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 4 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

The Great Barn exudes five star luxury and overlooks the serene waters of Ullswater in the Lake District National Park, arguably boasting some of the most enviable vistas imaginable anywhere in the world. This quintessential 17th century converted barn, has seductively leapt into the 21st century with true flair and sophistication, providing outstanding quality and luxury.

Available From£3995.00
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Farrier House Keswick
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Gas Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car

Just a short walk from the shores of Derwentwater, in the village of Portinscale and less than a ten minute drive from the popular market town of Keswick, Farrier House is a beautiful boutique residence that oozes quality from the moment you step through the door. The owners have lovingly created a stunning property, with great attention to detail and a wonderful collection of Lakeland artwork and that offers fantastic accommodation ideal for family or friends whatever the time of year.

Available From£495.00
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High Brow Ullswater
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Set high on the hills above Matterdale, in the foothills of Helvellyn and offering beautiful views across the valley, High Brow is a superb property that benefits from a breath-taking location.

Available From£575.00
Special Offer 7 Nights reduced from £690 to £623!
Croftside Keswick
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Electric Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

Croftside is located on the outskirts of Applethwaite village and is to the right hand side of Croft House in the photos of the front of the house. Applethwaite village is an unspoilt hamlet set at the foot of Skiddaw. Croftside is just 1 mile from Keswick and is part of a large Victorian house – with a feeling of grandeur associated with that period. It has magnificent views from every room and is furnished to a high standard - ideal for those seeking a beautiful Lakeland retreat with amazing views and a peaceful location. There are walks from the door and a choice of a pub/three restaurants and health spa facilities within walking distance. In addition the popular Lakeland market town of Keswick is just a short drive from the cottage(or a scenic 20 minutes walk) with a great array of cafes, bars and restaurants and of course the popular, award winning, twice weekly market and great local shops. It is just a few minutes drive to the shores of Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite with 7 other lakes within 30 minutes drive. For those wanting to head to the high fells routes to the challenging and awe-inspiring Blencathra, Helvellyn and Skiddaw are all within easy reach of Croftside - but there is also a multitude of low level walks including riverside strolls and lakeside paths. In addition the Lake District is now a UNESCO site and there are many literary and historical connections to explore in the area.

Available From£474.00
Special Offer
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • 2 pets allowed

Set on a quiet side street, just five minutes walk from Keswick Market Square, Little Leveret, is a real treat of a cottage that reflects the owner's attention to detail and desire to create the perfect Lakeland hideaway.

Available From£425.00
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Crandy Nook Keswick
  • Sleeps 6
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Car Park Available
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Crandy Nook is set over three floors above a coffee shop in the heart of the market town of Keswick, but what is best of all is that the top floor living room and kitchen lifts you high above the roof tops and offer the most superb views from Skiddaw and Latrigg to Whinlatter Forest to the north and Helvellyn, Walla Crag and Scafell to the south.

Available From£515.00

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LUXURY COTTAGES IN KESWICK

LUXURY COTTAGES IN KESWICK

Luxury Self Catering in Keswick

Keswick is a small but vibrant market town in the north region of the stunning Lake District National Park, set on the shore of Derwentwater.

Although Derwentwater is one of the main bodies of water in the Lake District and Keswick the ‘capital’ of the northern Lakes, it is remarkably peaceful. Away from the giant mountains of the central Lakes, Keswick is a more gentle landscape of ‘Surprise Views’ and mythical Stone Circles.

Whilst staying in one of our luxury cottages in Keswick you can enjoy Michelin dining, stately homes and spas, top foodie market and a truly idyllic lake.

Lakelovers Luxury Cottages in Keswick

Booking luxury self catering in Keswick with Lakelovers will reward you with some truly special holiday accommodation that you will happily call a home from home the minute you step through the door. We have hand-picked our collection of Keswick luxury self-catering cottages and what’s more, they are all 3-5 star accredited, by VisitEngland. There is a signature that runs through our Keswick collection, and that is of class and quality. From the décor and interiors design, to the fixtures and fittings, Lakelovers holiday cottages truly do offer the very best in Keswick luxury self-catering.

From large townhouses, with stacks of space and town centre locations, to quaint 2 bed cottages, characterised by their Lakeland whitewashed exterior and dry stone walls, we’re sure we have just what you’re looking for. Step inside our romantic luxury cottages in Keswick and they ooze chic sophistication where modern refurbishments bring these period properties into the 21st century. You’ll find smart Tvs, WiFi, luxurious bathrooms and statement kitchens, fitted out with all the latest in mod cons for an easy and relaxing self-catering holiday. We also have understated properties, in superb locations with walks from the doorstep, and ideal for families to spread out.

Dogs are free with Lakelovers and Keswick is a particularly dog friendly holiday destination, where pets have been known to be served a refreshment before their owners! We have over 150 dog friendly cottages across the Lake District, all to VisitEngland accreditation and 3-5 star awarded. With its pedestrianised centre and plethora of dog welcoming cafes, pubs and shops, it is unsurprising that Keswick has won the Kennel Club’s ‘Most Dog Friendly’ town award for several years.

We’d recommend making the short drive from Keswick, under the shadow of Skiddaw, to Bassenthwaite where you will find the glorious Armathwaite Hall and Spa. Set in 400 acres of private parkland, a daytrip to the spa is a truly relaxing excursion, and they can receive helicopter landings. Whilst staying in our Keswick luxury cottages you can also enquire about Lakelovers inclusive leisure club passes.

A Little of Keswick’s History

Keswick owes its early day prosperity to mining under the rein of Elizabeth I. Copper, slate and graphite were mined locally, and in fact the world’s first graphite pencil was made in Keswick, after being found in Seathwaite, and the Cumberland Pencil Museum is worth a visit, especially for families.

In the late 18th century Keswick became the Lake District’s ‘first gentry resort’, made popular by the romantic Lake Poets Wordsworth, Ruskin, Coleridge and Southey and the arrival of the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith railway line further bolstered Keswick’s place on the tourist map.

Getting There

Keswick is a superbly serviced town, and to give you an idea of accessibility – London to Keswick by train is less than 3 ½ hours and the airports of Manchester, Edinburgh and Liverpool are all a maximum of 2 ½ hours flight away. For travelling by rail, the West Coast Main Line at Penrith is the nearest train station and is only a 20 minute bus, car or taxi ride away from Keswick. For a direct route by car, take the A66 at junction 40 of the M6, signposted for Penrith. For a scenic route, take the A591 at junction 36 of the M6, and enjoy one of the best roads in the UK through the heart of the Lakes, passing alongside Lake Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere to arrive at one of our Keswick luxury cottages.

Out and About In Keswick

Keswick is one of the most popular destinations in the Lake District and with so much on offer, it is not difficult to see why.

The scenery and unique landscape around Keswick and Derwentwater has inspired many great literary artists for decades. The medieval Ashness Bridge, one of the most photographed packhorse bridge in England, largely because of its stunning backdrop, was a popular spot for writers, artists and poets. And Surprise View is just that – a glorious unveiling of Derwentwater and beyond to Bassenthiwate Lake. As was Friar’s Cragg, which John Ruskin described as one of the most beautiful in Eurpoe and St Herbert’s Island was Beatrix Potter’s ‘Owl Island’ in The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. Indeed, visit The Lingholme Estate, where Potter holidayed, on Derwentwater’s western shore and enjoy ‘Mr McGregor’s’ recently renovated kitchen garden and tearooms, as well as the lakeshore walk.

Art is very much part of the Keswick scene today and one of the most popular venue’s is the Theatre by the Lake, which is just a five minute walk from the town centre. Here the performances are superb and match the quality of the dramatic scenery, where you can see across the lake to Catbells and Borrowdale in the south and Skiddaw in the north. From the eclectic Alhambra, one of Britain’s oldest cinemas, to the contemporary annual Keswick Mountain Festival and superb jazz festival, Keswick has lots going on.

There are few who are not taken in by the atmosphere Keswick’s Castlerigg Stone Circle, which has is one of the finest settings of any of Britain’s stone circles, with panoramic views and a backdrop of Helvellyn and High Seat.

For enjoying Derwentwater from above, we’d recommend heading up Catbells, Wainwright’s favourite walk and one that rewards with truly spectacular views. For the more energetic, Keswick is a superb location for bagging Skiddaw and Blencathra, some of the oldest rock formations in the Lake District.

For day-trippers, a visit to one of the most beautiful valley’s in the Lake District, Borrowdale, south of Derwentwater, is a must when staying in Keswick. Here the impressive Bowder Stone, in the Jaws of Borrowdale, has been attracting visitors for over 250 years and is only a 15 minute walk from the roadside passing through this narrow pass in the valley. If you’re heading south, through the Borrowdale valley, many day-trippers enjoy the journey over Honister Pass to Buttermere, where you can experience one of the best round-the-lake walks in the Lakes. Here you really feel tranquillity and serenity like no other.

From Keswick, the A591 connects you easily with the central Lakes, including the picturesque hamlets of Grasmere and Rydal, Wordsworth territory, and bustling heart of the Lakes, the tourist town of Ambleside. Before reaching Grasmere, you can bag Helvellyn from its western flank, following the zig-zag path up to the 950m summit. There’s more walking paradise in the nearby craggy valley of Langdale, west of Grasmere.

Eating and Drinking, Wining and Dining

Whilst there are plenty of fine dining options in and around Keswick, when visiting the north Lakes, we’d recommend making a reservation at the excellent Forest Side, just outside Grasmere. This recently renovated country house hotel received its first Michelin star within a year of opening and what a stylish treat it is. This is one not to miss.

To sample local delights and culture, take in the Keswick Beer Festival in late summer. For stocking your luxury self-catering cottage in Keswick make sure you don’t miss the award-winning market, every Thursday and Saturday with over 60 stalls where you can meet the local producers and suppliers who are more than happy to share cooking advice and recipe tips.

Keswick has the upmarket supermarket Booths, also stocking local produce and a great selection of wines and beers. Morrels restaurant is the place to go in Keswick for smart dining, where you can choose between the a la carte menu or fixed price options. We’d recommend reserving and you will not be disappointed. Wonder the historical streets of Keswick and take your pick from champagne bar or local pub to takeaway fish and chips to Thai, Chinese and Bangladeshi restaurants.

Whilst planning a luxury break in the Lake District, you may want to browse our collection of cottages with hot tubs or perhaps our large cottages, which are ideal for celebratory events.

If by any chance you have not found what you’re looking for from our luxury Keswick cottages, our expert customer service team would love to help. Please call 015394 88833 or email [email protected]