Keswick Bridge Lodges
In the heart of the Lake District, Keswick is a wonderful destination at any time of the year for relaxing breaks and walking holidays.
Keswick Bridge Lodges sleep up to 8 guests and feature an upside-down layout where the bedrooms are downstairs and the living area is upstairs so guests can make the most of the scenic views from the balcony.
The Scandinavian-style lodges are spacious and modern, perfect for romantic breaks, family holidays and gatherings with friends.
Sleeping 4 to 8 guests, Keswick Bridge Lodges offers 1 to 3 bedroom Scandinavian-style lodges where you can relax in comfort.
The lodges work as a great base for your holiday in the Lake District.
With an upside-down layout, bedrooms can be found on the ground floor and upstairs, there is an open plan living and dining space with a balcony to enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding fells and lake.
Fully equipped with everything needed for a memorable self-catered holiday, you’ll be able to enjoy cooking, eating and relaxing together inside the lodge as well as on the balcony for al-fresco dining.
Keswick is a magnificent location in the Lake District and perfect for holidays and breaks at any time of the year.
The town of Keswick has so much to see and do from local shops, cafes and pubs to museums and natural landmarks.
For walkers, Catbells is a must-do. The mountain peak is 1,480 feet high and the summit can be accessed via a 3.5-mile walking path which offers beautiful panoramic views of Derwentwater lake.
When you decide to travel out of Keswick, you will be surrounded by a range of beautiful locations to visit from lakes and fells to popular towns including Windermere, Bowness-on-Windermere and Kendal.
Sleeps 2 to 8 guests
1 to 3 bedrooms
Upside down layout
Laundry room on-site
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Things to do:
Puzzling Place – A fun museum with a range of illusion exhibits, holograms, 3D images and a puzzle shop.
Derwent Pencil Museum – Museum showcasing the history of pencil manufacturing with exhibits and home to the first-ever pencil.
Castlerigg Stone Circle – A must-see historical landmark, an English Heritage stone circle site over 5000 years old and offers beautiful panoramic views.
The Steak House, Keswick – A unique dining experience where you can cook your own meat at the table on hot lava stones.
Fellpack, Keswick – A warm and cosy cafe serving food, cocktails and coffee for pre and post-hike fuelling.
Woodstone Pizza & Flamegrill, Keswick – A relaxed Italian restaurant serving authentic stonebaked pizza.
Set in the heart of the Lake District.