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Alban Rise is a spacious modern three bedroom property set over two floors with rooftop views of the Keswick fells, including the Skiddaw mountain range and Catbells to the front and Walla Crag to the rear. Conveniently situated right in the centre of Keswick, a stone's throw from Booths supermarket and the bus station, it is ideal for families or small groups seeking to enjoy the comfort of high quality accommodation in the heart of the busy market town with everything that Keswick has to offer.
The apartment was very impressive with all the facilities required for a lovely relaxing stay. Two mins from a great supermarket (booths) perfect for picking up what you need for the day. The location couldn't really be any better with access to everything on your doorstop and lovey views from the apartment. Would I come again, 100%. Thanks you for a great stay.Richard
from Milton Keynes 2018-02-14
Alison's View is a delightful, modern terraced cottage which offers accommodation for 2-4 people over three floors. Ideally situated in a small lane only a two minute stroll from Keswick town centre. The property provides a perfect base for those wishing to fell walk, tour or just relax and enjoy the beautiful Lake District.
Booked as a last minute trip away and we've had a wonderful time. The cottage is in a wonderful location and has all you need to feel at home. We recommend Jasper's Coffee shop for breakfast, lovely food and very dog friendly. We will be back!Anne and Joe
from Huddlesfeild 2019-04-22
Appletree is a 3/4 bedroom, 3 bath/shower room house in the quiet Lakeside village of Portinscale (just outside Keswick). A fabulous home with much thought and consideration given to the layout, decoration and furnishing. Very well finished offering spacious, high quality accommodation with some lovely homely touches. Wonderful fell views to the front and rear, an enclosed garden and off road parking for three cars.
A fantastic property! We've been booking with Keswick Cottages for 18 years now and have never been disappointed. We now have a dog and never thought we'd find a luxury property that allows pets. Lovely comfy home, very well equipped, comfy beds and the downstairs bedroom was perfect to allow our elderly Auntie to stay with us. Will definatly return!Thank you once again Keswick Cottages. The Marner FamilyAnita Marner
from Apple Tree, Portinscale 2015-08-08
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
Birchgate is a lovely, traditional Lakeland stone cottage, tucked away from any passing traffic but still within a few minutes' stroll to Fitz Park, the town centre and Lake Derwentwater. The cottage has a warm and cosy feel with a real fireplace for snug winter evenings along with a chiminea outside for alfresco dining in the summer. Its own parking space completes this ideal holiday cottage.
We love the Lakes-Keswick in particular and have had a superb time in this very comfortable cottage. Our first time here- it won’t be the last!Meredith Party
from Teeside 2012-01-07
A superb semi-detached bungalow with wonderful views on an attractive site within a pleasant residential area on the edge of Keswick, between Fitz Park and the lower slopes of Latrigg. ‘Blencathra’ is about a 10 minute easy stroll to Keswick’s Market Square.
The bungalow was very well equipped, clean and had fantastic views from the conservatory. Perfectly located for easy access to Keswick and wonderful walking opportunities either from the door or a short car drive away. Would definitely recommend it and would happily stay here again.Joan
from Manchester 2018-05-19
Blueberry House is a gold award winning spacious four bedroom house set out over three floors. Quality furnishings throughout offer a spacious home from home with views from the upper levels. An ideal base and within minutes of the market square. Private parking for two cars.
3rd year to this lovely holiday home we all love it here such a cozy house and always clean. It is also in a great loacation right near to the main shopping area and pubs and great for people who love walking great views couldn’t fault it thanks for another lovely stayKayleigh
from Tyne & Wear 2017-10-28
Gold award winning Victorian Cottage with incredible log burning stove providing the perfect environment for family and friends to relax and unwind. Boasting use of a large shared garden and tennis court plus allocated parking for two cars. An ideal base and within minutes of the market square. Very close to shops, restaurants, bars, the towns beautiful parks, walks, Derwentwater and many of the tourist attractions Keswick has to offer.
We had a fantastic stay in Bridge Cottage. There were four of us (two couples) and our two dogs. The cottage has been redecorated to a very high standard, and we absolutely loved the underfloor heating - as did the dogs. The cottage was so cosy and warm we didn't need to light the wood burner. The kitchen was well equipped, the beds super comfy and the bath enormous. Would highly recommend.Karen Plowman
from Kettering, Northants 1970-01-01
This gold award winning spacious and stylish house is full of character and provides luxury accommodation equipped for all the family. Built in 1727, original features have been sympathetically restored with the addition of modern facilities. This house provides you with the best of both worlds and is located right at the heart of Keswick. Boasting use of a large shared garden & tennis court. Lovely fell views.
A late booking proved to be the best New Year ever! Lovely weather, plenty of laughs, food to die for! Perfect!!!Pat&Dave Macrae
from Lancs 2011-12-28
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.
We have stayed here before our first time since complete makeover, it was perfect. The apartment is comfy we everything you need. The garden is wonderful our grandchildren loved the trampolines. On site parking a major plus. Location for all town ammeneties are a few minutes walk.Bates
from West Midlands 2017-04-22