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The Lake District - Keswick

Welcome to Keswick the Lake District, an award-winning destination. Here you can plan your stay and book your stay on Keswick’s Official Visitor Website.

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, and the winner of The Kennel Club's most Dog Friendly town award.

The A591 from Kendal to Keswick is the best drive in Britain, according to scientific formulas devised for car rental company Avis, and The Lake District was the winner in the Wanderlust Readers' Travel Awards 2015. 

Discover where to eat, sleep, shop and have fun in Keswick the Lake District.

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 in idyllic valley and town locations

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

We are surrounded by stunning scenery and fabulous things to do.

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 Valley and back of Skiddaw

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


Wordsworth House gets a facelift to celebrate Tour of Britain

The National Trust has come up with a radical plan to redecorate the front of Wordsworth House, in Cockermouth, to celebrate stage three of the Tour of Britain, which starts in the town – and it believes poet William Wordsworth, who was born there in 1770, would have approved.

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Join the Great British Walk

This autumn, why not join The National Trust in a Great British Walk in partnership with Cotswold Outdoor? They're running seven guided walks around Borrowdale with our friends at the Lake District National Park Authority. Visit the events page to choose a guided walk in one of the special places we love, or download one of our walks from the menu on the right to go at your own pace.

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The Latest Weather Forecast

Find out how the weather is holding up

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C-Art 2015

Cumbria’s big and vibrant county wide visual arts festival continues in September with an extended programme featuring Art in Extraordinary Places, piloted in 2014, taking visitors on a cultural journey through some of the most beautiful places the county has to offer

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