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Queens Hotel
Main Street
Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 5JF | View map

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The Queens Hotel in Keswick has been fully renovated to modern day expectations, with service and a smile to match. Come and see why Keswick was voted top weekend get-away destination in Britain in 2003.
At Queens you will find friendly and efficient service throughout the hotel. When you have no restrictions on where to put a building, you tend to put it in the best place; so when they were rebuilding the Queens Hotel in 1845, that's exactly what they did. Situated in the geographical centre of Cumbria, surrounded by the Lake District National Park and close to all the conveniences of the town, it is small wonder that the Queens Hotel has always flourished. However, location and good food by themselves do not create the perfect holiday. Neither do comfortable well-appointed rooms, which of course we have. It is the small things like a friendly smile, and staff remembering you from last time, that we at the Queens think makes the big difference. The lounge and breakfast room are non-smoking at all times.

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