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Situated in Borrowdale, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Derwent Water and within 6 miles (10 km) of Cumberland Pencil Museum and Keswick Museum and Art Gallery. ...
Borrowdale Gates Hotel£114Borrowdale Gates Hotel£114
Situated in Keswick, this guesthouse is within 1 mile (2 km) of Crosthwaite Church and Cumberland Pencil Museum. Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and Hope Park ...
Rickerby Grange Country House£58Rickerby Grange Country House£58
Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is within 12 miles (20 km) of The Rum Story, The Beacon and Wordsworth House and Garden. Wordsworth House ...
Ghyll Farm Bed & Breakfast£83Ghyll Farm Bed & Breakfast£83
Situated in a national park, this bed & breakfast is within 3 miles (5 km) of Crosthwaite Church, Cumberland Pencil Museum and Keswick Museum and Art Gallery. ...
Hermiston Guest HouseGet RatesHermiston Guest HouseGet Rates
Situated in a national park, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Keswick Museum and Art Gallery, Cumberland Pencil Museum and Hope Park. Crosthwaite Church ...
Keswick Country House Hotel£100Keswick Country House Hotel£100
England is blessed with some of the most outstanding natural beauty in the world. Nowhere is the country's great outdoors more impressive than in the county of Cumbria. Here the country's highest peaks tower over bewitchingly beautiful bodies of water in the Lake District. Whether you're exploring the Lake District on foot, bike or in the car, you'll be met with an awe-inspiring surprise at every turn. One of the county's lesser known highlights is Crummock Water, a gorgeous lake in the north-west of the national park, close to plenty of fine hotels.
Surrounded by hills and luscious greenery, Crummock Water is a sight to behold. Stretching some 2.5 miles in length, the lake is the epitome of the wild beauty of the Lake District's. The body of water isn't just a stunning natural attraction, however. It's also an important part of the local environment. In addition to being the starting point of the River Cocker, Crummock Water also supplies a number of the surrounding towns with drinking water.
Crummock Water may make a great photo opportunity to capture and send back to the family, but it's also an excellent source of fun for holidaymakers too. Tourists can hire rowing boats and head out to the tranquil centre of the lake, from where the views are magnificent.
Scale Force, the highest waterfall in the Lake District, is well worth checking out. The waterfall reaches some 170 feet in height, feeding into Crummock Water. Like the lake itself, the waterfall is located on National Trust owned land.
The rural Lake District welcomes thousands of holidaymakers every year. As tourism is such a big trade in the area, it's no surprise there are so many fabulous hotels in Cumbria. The area around Crummock Water is no exception.
Nearby Braithwaite is home to a number of exceptional guesthouses. Maple Bank and Hermiston Guesthouse are both four-star resorts that enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills and fields. Both provide daily breakfasts, parking and WiFi free of charge to guests.