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West View
The Heads
Keswick
Cumbria

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West View comprises six double rooms with a large guest lounge with magnificent views of the fells. West View is on the edge of Hope Park just a few minutes walk from the lake, town centre, theatre and all restaurants and pubs. Cat Bells, Skiddaw and Walla Crag can be walked from our front door. The Prestige Rooms are a real luxury with king or super king beds, ensuite wet room showers and heated floors. The Regular Rooms are smaller with standard doubles and ensuite shower/ toilet. Breakfast can be a feast if you take every option. Fresh fruits are provided every day, homemade jams, together with our magnificent locally sourced cooked breakfast. Vegetarian, lactose intolerant and coeliac (gluten free diets) are regularly catered for. (Statistically there are at least 240 million breakfast options!). We can dry your clothes and boots, even launder some of them, and store your bike securely while you call home via our free wifi.

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