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Can you imagine enjoying nature in a peaceful place surrounded by enchanting scenery, enjoying nature, cultural life, traditions and gastronomy, climbing stunning mountains and walking through wonderful and spectacular valleys, experiencing unique moments? Keswick is a town in the district of Alledarle in the county of Cumbria in England. It is the perfect destination to get in touch with nature. Stay in cottages that are located in the centre of the town, in the most beautiful valley on the banks of Derwentwater and in the surroundings a few miles from Keswick. Your best option to find the ideal cottage with the best services is with our incredible Holidu search engine.Stay in close contact with nature
The cottages on offer in Keswick are perfect for groups of up to 8 people. The cottages come with all the amenities including well-equipped kitchens, gas central heating, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, wood burning cooker, Wi-Fi, television, garden and fireplaces. Pets are also allowed - fantastic! Choose also from a range of cottages in the outskirts of town for an unforgettable holiday in close contact with nature. Hope to see you there really soon!
Travellers and activities
You can walk through the valleys and mountains to enjoy an adventurous holiday with beautiful views. The stunning countryside allows you to take part in a wide range of activities such as via ferratas, gyrocopter, paragliding, sailing and other adrenaline-fuelled activities. Visit the River Greta, which is close to Keswick and can be reached by walking while breathing in the fresh air and enjoying the beautiful scenery for a spectacular holiday in peace and quiet.Keswick for hikers
Hiking with amazing views, from the base of the mountain, is a decent exercise to get to the top of both peaks, climbing to the top is required, but it is worth it for the view! Get stunning views across and gaze at the lakes and the impressive mountain. Choose from different routes including the Derwentwater Walk, Latrigg, Catbells, Calf Close Bay or Millbeck and Applethwaite. For hiking, the best time to start is usually early morning as it gets crowded soon!
The starting point for the higher life movement in the UK originated with the Keswick Convention in 1875.
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Nestled on the outskirts of Keswick, with stunning views, Castlerigg Stone Circle is a circle of stones, lakes and an impressive landscape that both inspires and relaxes. Parking area is on the side of the road itself, and it’s free. Make sure you bring your camera to capture the beautiful views!2. Wander around Keswick Museum
It's a wonderful little museum, full of very interesting exhibits, such as the stone xylophone and eclectic nature. The staff is lovely and polite. Underneath the museum, there is a fantastic café where they sell great coffee and sweet treats such as the cherry brownie.3. Visit the Derwent Pencil Museum
Visit and tour the Derwent Pencil Museum where the world's largest pencil is housed and learn the amazing story about hidden maps and the secret pencil of the pilots in WWII. Definitely a small but very interesting, spectacular museum4. See the Surprise View Lookout
An amazing and fantastic view out over Derwentwater Lake. The single lane road is beautiful, a hidden gem! The name says it all by itself and words are redundant, it also has the added attraction of Ashness Bridge, being the most photographed bridge in the Lake District. Well worth seeing on its own.5. Enjoy a walk along Derwentwater
If you're a fan of great walks you can take a hike from Keswick, which can last as long as your feet can take. It is a beautiful spot and it is recommended you take some water, snacks and comfortable footwear. Lovely morning and afternoon walks will make your day surrounded by the astonishing natural scenery.6. Visit the Keswick Brewing Company Bar
Just a couple of minutes walk from the town square to enjoy great quality beers brewed on the premises, an excellent outdoor drinking area and a nice indoor area if the weather isn't too good. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Come in and say hi and enjoy a fresh pint with friends!7. Enjoy a tour of a small beautiful collection of animals at The Lake District Wildlife Park
This is a fantastic wildlife park with a large collection of well-kept animals and birds you can get up close to. Pay attention to the lemurs and wild cats! There are trained staff to guide you on the tour and play areas for the children to enjoy their stay at the park. A spectacular place for you to visit and get to know the diversity of animals there.
Information about cottages in Keswick
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