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LakeSide House
40 Lake Road
Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 5DQ | View map

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Lakeside House has undergone complete restoration and has been redecorated and refurnished to offer luxurious, contemporary guest accommodation for visitors seeking a special bed and breakfast stay in Keswick.

The building has been completely remodelled and presents fourteen spacious bedrooms, including twin and family rooms, all en-suite, and most bedrooms have spectacular views of the Lake District mountains.

We are superbly located on the corner of Lake Road and The Heads just a few minutes' walk from Derwentwater and The Theatre By The Lake, and very close to the shops, restaurants and pubs of Keswick town centre - location, location, location - we have it! A great base from which to explore the beautiful Lake District, whether you plan to fellwalk or cycle, or just want to relax in comfort and enjoy the magnificent scenery.

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