Keswick Tips:

"A foodie taking a break in a cottage in the North...more

BOOK KESWICK HOTELS

Featured Destination

October 2017: Starry Starry Night, Look You Dark Skies Tourism

What do the Brecon Beacons, NambiRand Reserve in Namibia, Mont Megantic in Quebec, and Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand have in common? At first glance ...More
More Uk destinations

B and Bs in Keswick

Derwent Bank
Derwent Water
Portinscale

Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 5TY | View map

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

More Information

Derwent Bank, half a mile south of the village of Portinscale, is an idyllically situated Country House hotel. Its extensive grounds slope to the shores of Derwent Water, with hills rising across the lake. Speckled with isles and surrounded by diverse fells, Derwent Water lies at the heart of the northern Lake District. There are 37 Bedrooms at Derwent Bank. Single, Twin and Family rooms are available. All have en-suite facilities (bath or shower and WC). Complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and clock radio. Televisions and telephones are not provided in the bedrooms.Lounge, bar, games room / ballroom and conservatory.Evening dinner and superb picnic lunch available at small charge.Arrivals please before 10.30pm and estimated arrival time helpful.Three course dinner available at approx 7.00 pm for 17 GBP pp - please arrive before 6.30pm if required.The hotel is ideally suited to guests on activity holidays especially walking.Dining is communal with evening meals available at 7.00pm.

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Parking
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms

local taxis | local restaurants | local pubs

This page viewed on 3,210 occasions since 6th September 2007

Brit Quote:
You will be better advised to watch what we do instead of what we say. - A A Milne
More Quotes

On this day:
Coronation of King George I - 1714, First Edition of Sunday Times - 1822, Battle of Navarino - 1827, Big Ben Winched into Place - 1858
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages