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Located in the heart of Keswick, this guesthouse is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and 1.6 mi (2.7 km) from Derwent Water. Hope Park and ...
Lindisfarne HouseGet Rates
Situated in a national park, this bed & breakfast is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Derwent Water. Hope Park and ...
Dalkeith Guest HouseGet Rates
Situated in Keswick, this bed & breakfast is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Derwent Water. Hope Park and Cumberland ...
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Situated in a national park, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and 1.8 mi (2.8 km) from Derwent Water. Hope Park and Cumberland ...
£124 per night for 2 guests
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When you’re planning a trip to Keswick, first decide whether you’re going to be enjoying the mountains of the North Lakes or whether you’d rather have more of a luxurious break. This is one of the Lake District’s most popular tourist destinations, so you can find any type of accommodation here, from clean and basic hostels to romantic hotels in Keswick.
The bustling market town is set on the banks of Derwentwater lake and is visited by outdoor enthusiasts year-round. Surrounded by majestic scenery, it’s also a haven for those who enjoy the serene side of life.
Visit the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery to discover the town’s past, while the quirky Pencil Museum is an attraction in its own right. Nearby, you will also find Castlerigg stone circle, which has stood for more than 5,000 years in a natural amphitheatre created by some of the tallest fells in Cumbria.
Due to its popularity, hotels in Keswick can tip the top end of the scale with prices ranging from around £60 to £120 a night. If you’re looking for budget accommodation, you will find it although many of the cheaper hotels are not as centrally located. You will also find a good selection of affordable hotels near Derwentwater.
Three-star hotels in Keswick come in all shapes and sizes, from quaint lakeside cottages to town-centre apartments. Some, like The King’s Head Inn, are a little out of town but in just the right spot to start your walks from, and prices start at around £70 per night.
If you’re looking to base yourself in the centre of town, check out Skiddaw Hotel on the main street. Iits boutique-style charm is a relaxing haven after a hard day’s hiking - and what’s more, all the local attractions, restaurants and pubs are right on the doorstep.
Keswick is the perfect family holiday destination with lots to see and do so there is plenty of accommodation in the area, whether you’re looking for self-catering cottages, private holiday homes or a friendly local guest house.
Hotels near Lake District Wildlife Park will ensure you’re close to one of Keswick’s most popular tourist attractions, while staying in a cottage like Low Kiln Hill will position you between Keswick and neighbouring Bassenthwaite, which is close to the animal action.
If your family is the adventurous type, hotels near Go Ape Whinlatter might fit the bill. Skiddaw Croft Bed & Breakfast is just one mile (1.6km) from the adventure park and just over a mile (2km) from the centre of Keswick, making it the perfect base for a busy family holiday. It’s also close to Whinlatter Forest Park, which is packed with walking and mountain bike trails.
In almost all cases, yes. When booking through Expedia, you will be asked how you would like to pay. Most hotels in Keswick will accept credit or debit cards when you first book, saving you time at check-in.
If you would prefer to pay by card on arrival, or with cash, most hotels offer this option too. Simply follow the instructions during the booking process and select the options that will allow you to pay for your stay once you arrive at your chosen hotel.
Keswick is a popular tourist destination so most pubs, bars, restaurants and shops also accept credit or debit cards. You may want to carry some cash, however, to pay for local delicacies such as cheese, sausages and hand-made crafts from the local market, which takes place in the town square every week.