Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Keswick

View over Bassenthwaite Lake

View over Bassenthwaite Lake

Keswick Bed & Breakfast accommodation

Keswick Bed & Breakfast accommodation

Walking breaks to the Lake District

Keswick is one of the Lake District’s most popular bases for walkers and the town offers a superb range of elegant Victorian B&Bs ideal for those exploring the beautiful Northern Fells. Situated close to Derwentwater and Whinlatter Forest Park, a bed and breakfast in Keswick will set you close to Cat Bells and other famous Wainwright walks including on The Loweswater Fells. You could also explore the ten mile Coledale Horseshoe Walk or take in the views on the Newlands Horseshoe Walk which is perfect on a clear day. A locally sourced breakfast can help set you up for your day and some B&Bs also offer packed lunches or evening meals by arrangement for later on. Free parking, free Wi-Fi and plenty of advice and walking information are just some of the great facilities often available at our guest houses in Keswick. If you are travelling with children, there are also plenty of B&Bs with family rooms, cots and high chairs which boast easy access to some of Keswick’s family friendly attractions. Visit Go Ape at Whinlatter Forest, Honister Slate Mine, The Puzzling Place or alternatively explore some of the gentler walks along the Derwentwater shoreline.

Contemporary King Size Guest Room

Contemporary King Size Guest Room

Romantic breaks to the Northern Fells

Keswick’s beautiful range of stone built Victorian B&Bs and stunning surrounding scenery make it ideal for couples wanting a relaxing break to the Lake District. Search our website for an excellent choice of accommodation close to Derwentwater serving a hearty locally sourced breakfast and offering champagne, chocolates and flowers on request. Accommodation choices include romantic four poster rooms or choose a spacious contemporary double room with seating area for your break. Enjoy a romantic evening out to one of a great choice of attractions in the surrounding area including The Theatre by the Lake or the independent Alhambra Cinema which was first opened in 1913 and retains plenty of period charm.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.