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Highfield Hotel Keswick (England) Star Rating 3        
The Heads

Situated adjacent to Hope Park, this traditional Victorian hotel is half a mile from Keswick town centre and a 10-minute walk from the shores of Derwentwater.Cosy, understated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some upgraded units are split level with upstairs seating areas, and some add free-standing baths.
The Keswick Country House Hotel Star Rating 3        
Station Road

Located on 4 acres of landscaped gardens, this stately Victorian hotel dating from 1869 lies adjacent to Keswick Cricket Club and a 5-minute walk from the town centre.The understated rooms feature 26- or 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and tea/coffeemaking facilities. Most also offer views of the fells or gardens.
Edwardene Hotel Star Rating 4        
26 Southey Street

This charming hotel in a Victorian Lakeland stone house is situated on a residential street located 2 blocks from Keswick town centre.The 11 traditionally furnished guestrooms come equipped with en suite bath and/or shower rooms, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and TVs.Full Cumbrian breakfast is included.
Skiddaw Hotel Keswick Star Rating 3        
29-31 Main Street, Market Square

Situated in Keswick town centre, this relaxed hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Theatre By The Lake.The cosy rooms all include flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, and have tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add sitting areas and/or additional bedrooms, and 1 also has a full kitchen.
Woodside Bed & Breakfast Keswick (England) Star Rating 4        
Penrith Road

On a hilltop 1 mile from the town centre, this Victorian guesthouse is a 12-minute walk from Castlerigg Stone Circle. It's 1.5 miles from the Theatre on the Lake.
Babbling Brook Guest House Keswick (England) Star Rating 3        
1, Wordsworth Street

Your hosts Paul and Angela would like to welcome you to the Babbling Brook. The Babbling Brook is a family run renovated Victorian house which is a luxurious base for your holiday whilst at the same time maintaining superb views of many of the surrounding mountains. It is only minutes walking distance from the shores of Derwentwater and from the market town of Keswick.
The Royal Oak at Keswick Star Rating 4        
2 Main Street

Within the Lake District National Park, this airy 18th-century pub with rooms is a 7-minute walk from Cumberland Pencil Museum and 1.7 miles from the ancient Castlerigg stone circle.The individually designed rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and tea & coffeemaking facilities; some have complimentary Wi-Fi.
Dale Head Hall Star Rating 3        
Lake District, Thirlmere

Discover all that Keswick has to offer with Dale Head Hall Lakeside Hotel as a base. The Dale Head Hall Lakeside Hotel boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. In-room facilities include non smoking rooms, television, bathtub, shower.
Dalkeith Guest House Keswick Star Rating 3        
1 Leonard Street

A great base for exploring Edinburgh (6 miles) and the midlothian area. Just opend a great budget option with a few extra touches to make your stay more relaxed,good transport links to central scotland the borders and edinburgh around 20 min by buscar. A good selection of restaurants within a short walk including a wetherspoons The Blacksmiths Forge and a smith and jones place The buccleuch good for a reasonabley priced meal and drink also The cavaliere (italian),Itihaas (bangladeshi and indian) and New Blossom Garden (chinese).
Craglands Guest House Keswick (England) Star Rating 4        
Penrith Road

A 15-minute walk from Keswick town centre, this Victorian B&B is 0.8 miles from the Castlerigg Stone Circle and 1.6 miles from the Theatre By The Lake.
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Keswick is a market town in northwest England's Lake District National Park, surrounded by mountains like Skiddaw. In town, The Cumberland Pencil Museum documents the history of pencils, and the Keswick Museum & Art Gallery displays local artefacts. On a hilltop east of town, Castlerigg Stone Circle dates back to the Neolithic era. Vast Derwent Water lake is south of town, with boat tours and the Theatre by the Lake.