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Number Three The Townhouses offers spacious accommodation for up to eight adults, in three double or king bedrooms and one twin bedroom, set over three floors of accommodation. One bedroom is at ground floor level for those who prefer to avoid stairs. Unique to the Townhouses, Number Three retains its original period floor tiling in both the kitchen and hallway, and its original log burning fireplace in the living area. Some of the period bedroom fireplaces are retained in the bedrooms (decorative only). The kitchen is styled with a nod to the retro, featuring Eames DWS chairs based on the original by the American designers Charles and Ray Eames, and teamed with a walnut finish kitchen table. A fresh new bathroom and a further ground floor shower area are provided for convenience. A small outdoor area with seating and lockable outdoor storage are provided, perfect for bicycles or other small outdoor equipment.
We visited Keswick for a long weekend with two other couples to do some walking in the fells. We were delighted with the accommodation, which was well appointed and centrally located. The place was spotless and well equipped. It was very easy dealing with the owners who were extremely helpful and prompt in their responses. Overall a great experience and we have booked again for next year.Iain
from Warwick 2017-10-27
Eight adults are comfortably accommodated in four tastefully styled bedrooms, three double or king and one twin. Rustic bench and vintage metal seating are provided in the kitchen, which is finished to high specification in timber. Many period features are retained, include bedroom fireplaces (decorative only) and the turn-of-the-century blue and red hall floor tiles. A log-burning stove offers cosy warmth in the living areas. Guests benefit from a new bathroom and a further shower room, with the latter at ground level. One bedroom is also at ground floor level for those who prefer to avoid stairs. Guests at Number Seven have their own private outdoor area with seating, together with lockable outdoor storage and fenced perimeter.
This was our 1st stay in Keswick and what a find. There were 7 of us sharing the house and it felt really spacious and everyone agreed how comfortable the beds were. Netflix was great on the few rainy days we had. The house is so close to Keswick Main Street and the owners have negotiated some discounts with the local restaurants which we used. All ready looking for when we can book up again.Bronya
from 7 The Townhouses 2016-02-14
Number Nine The Townhouses offers extensive accommodation for up to ten adults in four double or king bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Two bedrooms boast their own private shower facilities in contemporary style. A further freshly styled bathroom is provided. One twin bedroom is located at ground floor level which may be presented as a super king if preferred. Number Nine offers a separate dining room for its guests with solid oak dining furniture and double doors opening out onto a small secluded outdoor seating area. The luxuriously styled living room, with deep cushion-piled sofa, wooden flooring and a real log burning stove, opens out through double doors onto a further small private outdoor seating area.
Can I just say we have just had 3 days at no 9 the townhouses in Keswick. What a wonderful place really well finished everything we could possibly want. In the middle of town which was great easy to get to shops and bars. Would definitely stay again.Amanda bastow
from Ripon 2016-04-22
A charming Lakeland 'snug' with views of Skiddaw, Barf Cottage is situated in the tranquil village on the edge of Derwentwater. Within an easy 20 minute walk to the market town of Keswick the cottage is a stone throw away from the local pub The Farmers Arms, a 5 minute walk from 'The Chalet' tearooms and restaurant and a 10 minute walk to Derwent and Nicole End Marinas. Recently refurbished, the cottage retains all the original features of a traditional Lakeland cottage yet at the same time offers modern fixtures, comfort and style. A small yet characterful front garden has outdoor seating to enjoy that 'post hike' drink on sunny afternoons and evenings. The cottage serves as a wonderful bolthole for couples, small groups of friends or families.
Enjoyed your historic cottage - nicely done up and well situated to explore the area. Fire was lovely on wet evenings.Heather and Darren
from London 2017-03-18
Gold AWARD Winning Apartment 1 is part of the Bridge House Complex which offers private parking for two cars, large gardens and a tennis court.
Another lovely week in the bridge complex. Must be our 7th or 8th visit (1st to this apartment) Very comfortable, well equipped apartment with everything you could possibly need. Weather could have been a bit better but didn’t keep us in. Looking forward to a return visit next year. Thank you.Norma Aitken
from Scotland 2011-09-17
Apartment 3 is part of the Bridge House Complex which offers private parking for two cars, large gardens and a tennis court.
Amazing apartment, absolutely gorgeous place to stay. Had a brilliant weekend. Star of Siam is excellent for food and Bank Tavern for mulled wine. See you next year!The Hoolihan clan
from Prescot 2011-12-02
Built in 1880, this traditional Lakeland cottage was originally constructed to house teachers in the old school (now the Rawnsley Centre) opposite. Retaining many original features, and simple stylish decoration, this centrally located house has views of Skiddaw and Latrigg to the front, and a magnificent mountain vista to the rear. The property is a mere two minutes' walk to the heart of Keswick.
We absolutely loved our stay in the Cottage. Decorated to a high standard and had everything we needed and more. We felt right at home. The beds were very comfortable and had good quality bedding. Liked the small touches such as room scents, welcome pack, tea and coffee tray and towels being provided. We were in the perfect spot to explore Keswick and we would definitely stay in this cottage again in future.Rachel
from Chorley 2015-05-15
This 18th Century, two bedroom beamed cottage is very comfortable and is just around the corner to the town centre, lake and parks, an ideal situation for those wanting to be close to all the local amenities. Situated in a small square just of Derwent Street, the cottage offers private, yet very central accommodation with the bonus of private parking. The ground floor is open plan and therefore feels very spacious. An established long term favorite, well worth a visit. Plenty of storage for bikes, boots, jackets etc.
Warm, cosy and comfortable everything a holiday cottage should be. We were lucky with the weather too - so what more could we ask for!Mellor Family
from Sheffield 2014-10-10
Ghyll Bank and Ghyll Bank Cottage are two very tastefully restored cottages, full of character with oak beams and open fires in a spectacular setting looking out towards Causey Pike and up towards Catbells. These properties are in an ideal location if you want tranquility, natural surroundings, views from every window, walks in every direction from the doorstep and easy access to Keswick which is only 15 minutes drive through some stunning scenery.
Lovely Cottage, very well equipped. Beautiful views. Really enjoyed our stay.Coatsworth Family
from Co. Durham 2014-08-01
Isabel Cottage is a Luxury Lakeland cottage situated within a minutes’ walk to shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and close to Fitz Park and an easy walk to the lakeshore and Keswick Theatre. This is an ideal cottage for two, cosy, central, quiet, well finished and with an attention to detail. Recliner sofa, Smart TV and log burner make this cottage a cosy and romantic retreat. To the front of the cottage is a small outside space.
A Lovely home from home cottage finished to a very good standard. Great location & so close to evertything that Keswick has to offer, we were lucky to have good weather all week that makes the difference to an enjoyable holiday. Can't wait to come back! ThankyouSteve & Catherine Jackson
from Isle Of Man 2016-04-23