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Keswick the Lake District is 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, and the winner of The Kennel Club's most Dog Friendly town award.
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Stay in superb Self Catering Cottages in idyllic valley and town locations
Stay on a farm and enjoy rural life, choose between B&B, self catering and camping.
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 Vale and back of Skiddaw
Climb our mountains – Skiddaw, Catbells, Blencathra, Scafell Pike, Helvellyn
The path around Derwentwater now has waymarkers so visitors can discover this beautiful 10 mile walk.
A new Cumbrian exhibition this autumn showcases drawings of several modern day Beatrix Potters, to celebrate 150 years since her birth.
Cumbrian Artist of the Year returns to the Gallery at Rheged. This year’s exhibition, in association with Cumbria Life, will showcase an excellent cross section of Cumbrian visual and applied arts. Conrad Atkinson, Margaret Harrison, Maddi Nicholson and Paul Scott have been specially invited to exhibit this year. These artists are widely regarded as some of the most established and internationally renowned artists working in Cumbria today. Their work will join a cross section of artwork from the wider Cumbrian artistic community, selected from an open call by a group of young curators aged 16-24. They will be guided by Eliza Bonham Carter, Head of the Royal Academy Schools, and Nick Rogers, Curator at the Lakeland Arts Trust. Alongside the exhibition, there will be a major new sculpture trail that includes 4 major new commissions which respond to the architecture of the building. Are you an artist living and working in Cumbria? Do you want to see your work in the most exciting exhibition of Cumbrian Art this year? Then visit the C-Art website at to apply to the open call – the deadline for submissions is 24 June.