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Manesty Holiday Cottages, Keswick, Cumbria

Manesty Holiday Cottages
Youdale Knot
Manesty

Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 5UG | View map
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Visitors who prefer to be at the heart of 'The Lakes' rather than on the fringe will particularly appreciate Manesty which is in the centre of Lakeland at its most picturesque. Only five scenic miles from Keswick and two thirds of a mile from Derwentwater, it is just what country lovers want.

Manesty, set in its own grounds and built in traditional Lakeland style on a site chosen centuries ago for its elevated position and its sweeping views across Borrowdale, is the ideal base for a Cumbrian Holiday whether walking, cycling or touring by car. From Manesty there are relaxing rambles along the river and around the lake and demanding day walks into the heart of the Cumbrian Mountains

The beautifully situated old farmhouse now incorporates three cottages and is flanked by two converted barns. The Leyland family care for the cottages personally from their nearby home at Youdale Knot.

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Nearest Train Station: Penrith
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3/4 Stars
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Newcastle
Number of Units: 5
Unit Type: Cottages
Nearest Major Town: Keswick
Distance: 5 miles
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