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Inns in Keswick

Kings Arms Hotel
Main Street
Keswick
Cumbria

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Situated in the traditional Lake District town of Keswick, this former coaching inn provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with modern day comforts in a historic setting. In the 17th Century, Keswick was the crossroads for many of the horse and carriage routes which traversed this part of the English Lake District.

Please note: being in the town centre, the Kings Arms is located close to a nightclub which is open until 02:00 Thursday-Sunday during winter and 7 nights during the summer and until 03:00 on Friday and Saturday. Some noise from customers leaving may be heard.

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Nearest Train Station: Keswick/Penrith
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 2 Star Hotel
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13
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