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Inn at Keswick
Main Street 2
CA12 5HZ Keswick
from £ 84
Hazel Bank Country House
CA12 5XB Keswick
from £ 120
Armathwaite Hall Hotel
Bassenthwaite Lake
CA12 4RE Keswick
from £ 100
Swinside Lodge Hotel
Grange Rd
CA12 5UE Stair
BEST WESTERN Castle Inn Hotel
CA12 4RG Bassenthwaite
Best Western Glenridding Hotel
CA11 OPB Penrith
6.8 / 10
Allerdale Court Hotel
Market Place
CA13 9NQ Cockermouth
from £ 65
Europe Way
CA13 0DP Cockermouth
9.1 / 10
New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel
Great Langdale
LA22 9JY Great Langdale
6.0 / 10
from £ 90
Macdonald Leeming
CA11 0JJ Watermillock
from £ 82
Daffodil Hotel & Spa
Keswick Road
LA22 9PR Grasmere
from £ 120
Rothay Manor Hotel & Restaurant
Rothay Road
LA22 0EH Ambleside
from £ 85
The Samling
Ambleside Road 1
LA23 1LR Windermere
Travelodge Penrith
A66 Redhills
CA1 0DT Penrith
3.8 / 10
North Lakes Hotel and Spa
Ullswater Road
CA11 8QT Penrith
from £ 111
Ennerdale Country House Hotel
Northern Lakes
CA23 3DT Cleator
9.8 / 10
from £ 50
Travelodge Carlisle M6
CA4 0NT Southwaite
5.6 / 10
The Kell Bank
Gosforth Road
CA20 1JG Seascale
from £ 54
The Howbeck
New Road
LA23 2LA Windermere
9.0 / 10
from £ 119
Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa
Church Street
LA23 3DF Windermere
from £ 104
Windermere Hydro
Helm Road
LA23 3BA Windermere
from £ 50

The Kingdom of Keswick

Keswick is located in the stunning centre of the Lake District, one of England's most treasured and renowned National Park. Enjoy the serene sense of tranquillity imposed by the calm, glittering lakes that surround while discovering the natural beauty of the area. Keswick is a rejuvenating refuge from which the escape the demanding duress of metropolitan life; you're guaranteed to return feeling totally transcendental.

A Charming Market Town

Begin your sojourn with tranquil stroll around the quaint cafés and shops of Keswick's enchanting Market Square; the most prominent building is the Moot Hall, which is the past was used as a prison, museum and courthouse, and rests before the breathtaking backdrop of Keswick's verdant, rolling valleys. Within the bespoke boutiques you'll discover photographs, paintings and pottery inspired by the scenic surroundings. Break for brunch in Morrell's Restaurant, where you can enjoy sumptuous snack plates like smoked haddock hash and brie and walnut tart amongst cosy and comfortable surroundings. Sip an aromoatic cup of tea before setting out to explore the luscious landmarks houses within the Lake District.

Wander the Wilderness

Take the short walk to the Lake Shore to enjoy a smooth ride on a traditional wooden rowing boat; slowly circumvent the lake, taking in the rolling hills that surround and enjoying the perfect peace of the area. Lace up your hiking boots in order to ascend the windy hilltop of Castlerigg, which overlooks the dramatic valleys of Keswick. Here, visitors will discover the 4000 year old Stone Circle, an alluring landmark reminiscent of Stone Henge. Seminal Romantic poets such as Coleridge and Wordsworth were inspired by the staggering beauty of the area, and similar landscapes are beautifully described in their poetry. Continue to wander the wilderness, voraciously drinking stunning scenery like glittering lakes, babbling brooks and towering trees, until you reach the Honister Slate Mine, the last functioning slate mine in the whole of England. There, visitors can take intriguing underground tours of the cavernous mines, donning head lights to explore every crevice and learn about the production of slate.

Soar to the Summit of the Peaks

On the same site of the subterranean mines, visitors can also experience an unforgettable method of exploring the precipitous climbing routes of the mountains. Via Ferrata (which translates from Latin as the Iron Way) is a series of metal cables, ladders, rungs and bridges used by mountaineers to ascend mountains. Upon the majestic Fleetwith Pike, a route has been constructed to allow the average person to safely enjoy the staggering views and transcendental scenery from the top of the magnificent mountain. Return from the dizzying summit and venture back into the centre of Keswick to enjoy traditional ales beside the gently smouldering fire at the Royal Oak Inn. After your invigorating hike, you'll be desperate to feast upon locally sourced specialities such as a warming lamb hot pot or lemon and thyme chicken fresh from the on site rotisserie.
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