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This spacious and bright bungalow is situated in the heart of Braithwaite with magnificent walks from the door and mountain views from every window. It is a peaceful and ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Lake District or to simply relax. The village store and local pubs are within a stone’s throw, whilst bustling Keswick is a couple of miles away.
The Grange is a stunning newly renovated large detached property in the picturesque village of Portinscale, a flat one mile walk to Keswick. The perfect property for larger groups of family/friends. Situated just a few hundred metres from the Queen of the Lakes, Derwent Water, and on the footpath to the famous Cat Bells - the location is truly stunning.
11 Howrah’s Court is a two bedroom ground floor apartment conveniently situated in a quiet location on the fringe of Keswick town. The apartment boasts views of the nearby Lakeland Fells and plenty of walking opportunities from the door. Within 400 yards of the doorstep you will find shops, pubs, restaurants and public transport. It has been tastefully furnished throughout with high quality fixtures and fittings to ensure a comfortable holiday.
Number Five The Townhouses accommodates up to eight adults, in three double or king bedrooms and one twin bedroom, over three floors of bright, freshly renovated accommodation. Rustic bench and vintage metal seating are provided in the kitchen, which is finished to high specification in timber. Number Five retains the turn-of-the-century blue and red hall floor tiles and some of the period bedroom fireplaces (decorative only). A log-burning stove offers cosy warmth in the living area. 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. A twin room is available on the second floor on request. Guests at Number Five benefit from a secluded outdoor area with seating to relax at the end of a day exploring the fells, together with lockable outdoor storage and useful gated fenced perimeter.
A lovely place for a family gathering.Slater
from East Riding of Yorkshire 2017-04-14
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 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 a 10 minute walk to Derwent and Nicole End Marinas. The cottage retains all the original features of a traditional Lakeland home 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.
This was a lovely well equipped cosy cottage in an ideal location. It was so nice to stay somewhere which didn't have a lot of rules and regulations and we felt very relaxed and at home, as did our 2 doggies, Moomin and Lemmy!Maxine
from Huntly 2019-10-12
Gold award winning ground floor apartment, built in 1707 now with deluxe underfloor heated tiled floor throughout. With original Georgian features sympathetically restored, this apartment makes an ideal base from which to explore all Keswick has to offer. The apartment is part of the Bridge House Complex which offers private parking for two cars, large shared garden and a tennis court.
Lovely and warm in the bitter cold weather. Very comfortable and spacious. Great to be so close to the centre of Keswick. The mountains looked wonderful covered in snow especially when the sun shone. - we've had some really good days and done some good walks.Curran - Ross
from Herts 2013-03-28
Gold award winning Apartment 3 is part of the Bridge House Complex which offers private parking for two cars, large shared garden and a tennis court.
We had a lovely week in the Lake District and were very pleased with our cottage. Very clean, well equipped and nicely decorated. We found it much more than just an average holiday home to stay. The only minor detail was that I had expected the colors of autumn to be more explicit. They were too green still. But this is of course not for us mortals to control. If anyone of our friends ever decides to visit the Lake District, I will certainly recommend Keswick Cottages.Mr Frehe
from Netherlands 2010-10-16
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 had a wonderful week at Coleridge Cottage. Our children loved the open plan area and we enjoyed eating around the lovely big table. Everything was finished to a high standard - the beds were very comfortable and the shower fantastic! The cottage is perfectly situated for enjoying the local area and its very close to Booths (nicest supermarket ever!). The road is noisy but it really didn't bother us and 2/3 rooms are on the back of the property anyway. It would have been nice to have allocated parking but the pass for the car park worked well. We would definitely visit this cottage again.Amanda Bradshaw
from Leamington Spa 2016-10-28