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Visit Keswick - The Lake District

Visit Keswick the Lake District, an award-winning destination just 20 minutes from Junction 40 of the M6.

Keswick has been voted the 9th UK destination in the 7th annual Travellers’ Choice awards for Destinations; the best historic town in the Landlove Magazine Awards 2015, and the winner of The Kennel Club's most Dog Friendly town award.

Discover where to eatsleepshop and have fun in Keswick the Lake District.

Book accommodation quickly and easily on Keswick's premier tourism website, operated and managed by Keswick Tourism Association.  Plan your stay and discover Keswick and its surrounding valleys and villages.

Book your accommodation on-line with us to support the local economy. Our commission free FairBookingKeswick scheme gets you the best deals and special offers whilst helping the local area too! You benefit and so do local good causes by receiving a donation from Keswick Tourism Association.

Book quality Guest houses and experience a true Lake District welcome or spoil yourself in a luxurious Hotel

Stay in superb Self Catering Cottages or plan a break in a luxurious lodge.

Stay on a farm and enjoy rural life. We are surrounded by stunning scenery, choose between B&B, self catering and camping.

Book a stay in a caravan or bring your own and enjoy magnificent views from your door. 

Try Camping and glamping in wonderfully situated campsites or stay in a camping barn. Camping in the Lake District has to be one of the great holiday experiences

Explore our six lakes– Derwentwater, Bassenthwaite Lake, Buttermere, Crummock Water, Loweswater and Thirlmere

Discover our valleys - Borrowdale, Buttermere, Newlands, Derwent, St John’s in the Vale and back of Skiddaw

Climb our mountains – Skiddaw, Catbells, Blencathra, Scafell Pike, Helvellyn


Lake District Hotels 4th Year of Summer Solstice Shenanigans

The Summer Solstice occurs once a year in the northern hemisphere, when the sun reaches its highest position in the sky, appearing to stand still, and then reverses direction after this day. Celebrated for centuries at prehistoric monuments, such as Stonehenge and Castlerigg Stone Circle, to mark the longest day of the year.

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Life of a Mountain: BLENCATHRA The Exhibition

Keswick Museum has teamed up with film-maker Terry Abraham & local community groups to create another exciting exhibition. It launches on 20th May 2017 and continues until Jan 2018.

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Visit Keswick the Lake District 2017 Guide

Packed full of information and beautiful images, the Visit Keswick the Lake District 2017 Guide has everything to help you plan your perfect holiday.

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Walk of the Month

Latrigg Circular walking route via the Raillway Path - A new path linking the railway path just past Low Briery now goes through Brundholme Woods to Brundholme Road allowing walkers access up to Latrigg.

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