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Laurel Bank
Penrith Road
Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 4LJ | View map

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Conveniently close to Keswick town centre and the historical Castlerigg Stone Circle Laurel Bank B & B enjoys panoramic views over Keswick towards Grisedale Pike and the wooded slopes of Latrigg at the rear of the bed and breakfast. All bedrooms are en-suite with colour TV, clock radio, hairdryer and refreshment tray as standard.Local proprietors have had extensive experience in the bed and breakfast business around Keswick for almost 30 years and are always on hand with a wealth of knowledge and advice on things to do in Keswick and the Lake District.Breakfast is freshly cooked to order and special diets are catered for.There is a large private car park at the rear of the B & B with a secure cycle store and drying facilities should you need them.Awarded 4 Stars by the Quality in Tourism Authority Visit Britain you can be assured of first class bed & breakfast accommodation and service without the heavy price tag! Conveniently Open All Year Laurel Bank B&B is the ideal choice for a Spring or Winter Break including Christmas & New Year.Local attractions include Boat rides on Lake Derwentwater, Keswick Leisure Pool and Fitness Centre. Sporting facilities and childrens playground at Fitz Park, Mini Golf, Keswick Climbing Walls, Theatre by the Lake and Cinema. Many bars and restaurants in Keswick town centre within walking distance of the bed & breakfast.

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