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Keswick Holiday Homes

Selection of holiday lodges and lakeside cottages in Keswick

Find self-catering accommodation in Keswick town centre

Discover the best cottages in Keswick and find the best options in accommodation in preparation for your trip to the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, an area of Northern England, and what is one of its main hubs for visitors to find a place to stay and explore. In one click, you will have all of the available holiday accommodation options on one screen, and there’s no need to search every site one by one. The laborious task of looking for holiday cottages is over - now all you have to do is book and relax. It really is that simple. Keswick is one of the major hubs for holidaymakers in the national park itself, and is a market town with a whole range of attractions. Many people choose Keswick as their base with a log cabin, due to its proximity to lake Derwentwater and other areas of the Lake District. Many people choose holiday lodges in Keswick with a hot tub, for the ultimate relaxation after a long day hiking, cycling, boating, climbing - or whatever else you have travelled to the Lakes to do. The town is carefully tucked between the glorious green fells of the surrounding countryside, such as Catbells which can be seen beyond Main St. You can stay in the town centre, or overlook the Borrowdale Valley which is nothing short of picturesque. There are a number of Keswick holiday homes that have wonderful views over these parts, and relive the Romantic literature of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey. Thanks to them, the panoramic stupor of this region has been made known to people across Britain, and beyond. Another popular option when travelling to Keswick is travelling with your furry friends - for that reason, we have included the best dog-friendly holiday cottage availabilities. What are you waiting for? All you have to do is tell us how many people you’re travelling with, and for how long. Find your perfect Lakeland cottage in Keswick now and start planning your trips to the Lakes.

Places to stay in Keswick

There is a whole range of suitable holiday accommodation in Keswickk for you to enjoy. Keswick is the perfect destination for finding a cottage to rent. Depending on your budget, you can find holiday lodges in Keswick, or accommodation with facilities for your mountain bikes or climbing gear. Most people who visit this wonderful market town are here to make the most of the stunning national park, that is truly a treasure in the heart of Northern England.

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Pet friendly apartments in Keswick

Holiday lettings in Keswick

When to visit Keswick

The most popular time to visit Keswick has got to be in the winter period; particularly in November and December. The prices are highest however, during the month of August when there are lots of outdoor activities on offer. We recommend visiting in late January, when the prices drop to around £70 when you can find cheap accommodation in Keswick.

Derwentwater and other things to do in Keswick

Keswick is perhaps the perfect commuting distance to be close to amenities, and still close to the most famous lakes such as Bassenthwaite, Ullswater and Thirlmere. Find out the best things to do in Keswick right here:

  • Derwent Pencil Museum: Established in 1981, here you can explore the history of pencil manufacturing alongside having a coffee.
  • Castlerigg Stone Circle: This is a truly spiritual site, which you simply have to visit. It is one of the 1,300 stone circles in the British Isles and Brittany, and was constructed as part of the megalithic age between 3,300 and 9000 BC.
  • Derwentwater: The most famous of lakes closest to Keswick. This lake is 5 kilometres in length, and is surrounded by the most magical of fells and ancient woodland parts. You can try out boating, or take a hike along its many footpaths.
  • Puzzling Place: Get lost in a world of illusions, holograms and 3D images in this kooky puzzle shop.
  • Latrigg: One of the Lake District fells, and one of the lowest. It is a popular climb and many enjoy it as it overlooks Keswick and has easy access. It forms part of the Skiddaw fells, and is almost completely devoid of rock making it the least mountainous of the group.