Carlton Cottage Keswick

Overview

Conveniently located, Carlton Cottage Keswick, is within a 10 minute walk of all the popular visitor attractions, pubs, shops and restaurants within the town. Derwentwater, where cruises around the lake are available, or an evening at the Theatre by the Lake are both a 20 minute walk. Modern comfortable furnishings compliment the traditional features retained in the cottage and provide a warm and cosy base from which to enjoy a cottage holiday in Keswick. The cottage comes with a parking permit for a nearby car park. Being all ground floor it is ideal for those who struggle with stairs.

The cottage has electric central heating and is accessed through a gated front forecourt. The cosy living room has leather sofas around the feature Inglenook fireplace with electric wood burning stove, TV, DVD and CD players. The dining kitchen is well equipped to rustle up a meal for 2 on the nights you prefer to eat in with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and microwave. Linger with your morning coffee at the dining table and plan your days adventure. Soak tired muscles in the bath with shower over before retiring for the evening in the comfy king size bed.

All electric, bed linen and towels provided. Cot available. Parking permit for nearby car park. Small rear yard with table and chairs.

Nestled amid the picturesque landscapes of the northern Lake District, Keswick is a popular holiday destination due to the varied shops and attractions, choice of cafes and restaurants serving mouth watering treats and meals and friendly pubs ranging from a quiet drink to venues with live music. Keswick is not merely a destination; it's an embrace of nature's grandeur, with majestic mountains standing tall over the town and the gentle lull of Derwentwater's waves serenading your senses. The area is a haven for walkers with Skiddaw, Latrigg, Blencathra, Walla Crag, Borrowdale and Catbells towering over Derwentwater, each offering stunning mountain top vistas of the fells and lakes below. Within a short drive Whinlatter Forest is home to Go Ape and some of the best mountain bike trails within the National Park.
For moments of tranquillity, find solace in the lush greenery of Fitz Park, where the rhythmic flow of the River Greta provides a soothing soundtrack. Stroll through Hope Park with crazygolf and putting green, as you head to the shores of Derwentwater where you can enjoy a cruise or evening at the theatre.
As evening descends, the town comes to life with restaurants serving local and international culinary delights. From quaint tea rooms to local pubs serving hearty meals, the town's gastronomic scene mirrors its warm hospitality.

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