Eden Green Guest House, Blencathra Street, Keswick CA12 4HP, UK
Single Occupancy from £60
Double Occupancy from £90
This beautiful Victorian property is situated only 2 minutes walk from Keswick Town Centre and provides the ideal base for access to Lake Derwentwater and the Fells.
Whether you want to explore the lakes and fells, discover the history of the region, or just sit back and enjoy the wealth of art and culture that Keswick has to offer. This cosy guest house guarantees a warm welcome and provides many facilities including a separate drying room and secure cycle storage.
The Victorian building still exhibits many of its original features. From the moment you enter the lobby with its patterned tiled floor, you know that this building is full of warmth and hospitality.
Each room provides comfort and elegance and are furnished with colour TV, DVD, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and alarm clock. All rooms are centrally heated and have en-suites. There is also one ground floor room available for the less mobile guest, please enquire when booking.
Breakfasts are served on an individual basis. Choose a full English breakfast or alternatively one of the continental selections. Full vegetarian and vegan breakfasts are available, as are special diets. Advise your hosts on your arrival.
Children over the age of 8 years are welcome.
Single…………..£60 to £70
Twin…………….£100 (based on two sharing)
Double…………..£90 (based on two sharing)
Family…………..£135 – £180 (3/4 people)
Prices include breakfast.
Leave M6 jct 40, taking the A66 to Keswick. Exit at A591 sign posted Keswick/Windermere, turning left at bottom of slip road to T-junction. Turn right, pass BP garage (left-hand side) and go under railway bridge. Take 2nd after railway bridge. The house is three-quarters of the way up the road, on the left-hand side. Rail: train to Penrith, then bus to Keswick X4 or X5 approx every 30 mins.
The traditional market town of Keswick has something to interest everyone – Castlerigg Stone Circle, a Museum and Art Gallery, Theatre and Cinema, Pencil Mill Museum, beautiful parks and a wide variety of shops. Keswick is renowned as a centre for outdoor pursuits, simply ask any walking or climbing enthusiast. The districts abound with nature trails, town and country walks, and forest tracks or go rambling on the fells.
Dvd Player | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite | Ground Floor Bedrooms
4 Star Award