The hotel has a great location provided you don'y mind a 10 minute stroll into town - it has free parking which is rare in Keswick and a nice garden area to chill out in - no fell views but very attractive. Our room - 5 - was huge and bright with a large bay window. Staff were friendly and keen to ...
Loved the location and veiw overlooking the lake, perfect for a long or just a overnight stay, the garden was a perfect place to unwind after a day of exploring the lakes
Nothing not to like. Great family rooms. Very clean / modern. Good food and great breakfast. Great location (center of town, but still quiet) and no problems with parking behind the property.
Lovely hotel, beautiful decor, spotlessly clean and very welcome staff!
The owner was very pleasant and served an excellent breakfast.
Yes property was good room was good, hallways showing there age a bit and could do with refreshing.
Good food , friendly helpful staff, Clean hotel , rooms with great views
A great location to all shops and amenities, the manager and staff where very helpful and nothing was too much trouble. We ate at the hotel both nights of our stay and thoroughly enjoyed it.
A very warm welcome from excellent hosts. Great location
England is well known for its countryside. Both domestic and international tourists flock to the country's most beautiful corners each year in search of some peace and quiet. Undoubtedly one of the most peaceful and picturesque parts of England is the north-western county of Cumbria. Home to the Lake District and some of the country's biggest peaks, it's a particular hit with lovers of the great outdoors. Cumbria is also full of fascinating historical attractions, such as Crosthwaite Church. The medieval church lies just outside Keswick, not far from some of the best hotels in Cumbria.
Crosthwaite Church is situated in Great Crosthwaite, not far from Keswick, in the north of the Lake District. The beautiful site has featured a church since the middle of the 6th Century, but the current building is late medieval, dating to around 1523.
The Grade II listed building is set in extensive and exquisite grounds and hosts regular church services. There's an impressive organ and a range of handy facilities, including ample car parking, disabled access and toilets.
The breath-taking views of surrounding hills and the luscious green grounds make Crosthwaite Church an idyllic place to get married. The church can host ceremonies of various sizes, with the Underskiddaw Church Room being suited to parties of around 40 people.
The church welcomes spiritual weddings which don't place a heavy focus on the religious aspect of the union. And with such breath-taking views and tranquillity, the surrounding countryside makes a convenient honeymoon destination.
The Lake District is one of the UK's favourite holiday destinations, meaning there are plenty of excellent guesthouses, B&Bs and hotels in Cumbria. The area around Keswick is particularly well stocked with some of the best, which is great news for those keen to visit Crostwaite Church.
Lairbeck Hotel sits on the edge of Great Crostwaite, just second away from the church. The 3-star hotel is housed within a glorious period property, which features a blazing fire in the lobby during the cooler autumn and winter months.
Those seeking an intimate bed and breakfast can head into Keswick, where they'll have their pick from around a dozen welcoming options.
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