Howe Keld

017687 72417
laura@howekeld.co.uk
http://www.howekeld.co.uk

5/7 The Heads
Keswick
CA125ES

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Green Tourism Gold Award
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HOWE KELD GOES “GOLD”! Howe Keld has  been awarded gold standard by Visit Britain, one of only a handful in the Lake District! The AA have also granted their highest award " Highly Commended".

Howe Keld has recently been taken over by Laura and Jerome Bujard, who have moved from Switzerland along with their 2 children Eddy and Emilie, after running a restaurant for 10 years. It is delightfully situated in one of the most attractive and convenient areas half way between the town centre and lake. The guest house is a modern, spacious welcoming place to stay that is sure to produce the wow factor to all of its guests.

The rooms are all modern, tastefully decorated and use only the finest quality for furnishings. The emphasis is on everything local; from the wood furniture, to the green slate in bathrooms and the rugs made from the local Herdwick sheep.

This same attention to detail extends through all the bedrooms where the use of the finest pocket sprung mattresses ( usually the reserve of 4 and 5 star hotels ), 300 count Egyptian cotton sheets, goose down duvets and modern lighting is standard. Flatscreen Sony and Panasonic TVs ,many featuring HD Freesat, are standard and almost all rooms are now large enough to offer a comfortable seating area in which to relax and enjoy the fine soft furnishings.

A modern lounge and reception area has been provided next to a  bright and tranquil dining room where Jerome will cook you a mouthwatering breakfast, made fresh with all locally sourced ingredients.

For further information on tariffs and special offers why not visit the Howe Keld website ( address above) and/or book online? Click here for online booking.

Location

From Junction 40 on the M6 take the A66 Westwards for 18 miles. Ignore the first sliproad exit to Keswick and continue another mile over the flyover on the A66 until you reach the A591 roundabout. Turn left signposted to Keswick and drive to the end of Crosthwaite Road (half a mile). Turn left . Go another 600 metres passing the pencil factory on your left and  over a small bridge. At the mini roundabout (co op supermarket on the left) located just before entering the main high street, turn right. This is the road to Lake Derwentwater and Borrowdale. Go past Booths supermarket which is on your right, follow the road round to the left and after 600 yds you will see The Heads and Howe Keld on the right, opposite the main car park of Keswick.

From The A 591 direction Kendal, Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere follow the road right into Keswick town centre. You will have the river Greta on the right for a while before the road goes through some pedestrian traffic lights and drops down to pass by a car park on the left, the police station and post office. The road bends to the right at another set of pedestrian lights and approaches a mini roundabout after 200yards. Turn left and follow the remaining few directions described above.

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HOWE KELD GOES “GOLD”! Howe Keld has  been awarded gold standard by Visit Britain, one of only a handful in the Lake District! The AA have also granted their highest award " Highly Commended".

Howe Keld has recently been taken over by Laura and Jerome Bujard, who have moved from Switzerland along with their 2 children Eddy and Emilie, after running a restaurant for 10 years. It is delightfully situated in one of the most attractive and convenient areas half way between the town centre and lake. The guest house is a modern, spacious welcoming place to stay that is sure to produce the wow factor to all of its guests.

The rooms are all modern, tastefully decorated and use only the finest quality for furnishings. The emphasis is on everything local; from the wood furniture, to the green slate in bathrooms and the rugs made from the local Herdwick sheep.

This same attention to detail extends through all the bedrooms where the use of the finest pocket sprung mattresses ( usually the reserve of 4 and 5 star hotels ), 300 count Egyptian cotton sheets, goose down duvets and modern lighting is standard. Flatscreen Sony and Panasonic TVs ,many featuring HD Freesat, are standard and almost all rooms are now large enough to offer a comfortable seating area in which to relax and enjoy the fine soft furnishings.

A modern lounge and reception area has been provided next to a  bright and tranquil dining room where Jerome will cook you a mouthwatering breakfast, made fresh with all locally sourced ingredients.

For further information on tariffs and special offers why not visit the Howe Keld website ( address above) and/or book online? Click here for online booking.

Location

From Junction 40 on the M6 take the A66 Westwards for 18 miles. Ignore the first sliproad exit to Keswick and continue another mile over the flyover on the A66 until you reach the A591 roundabout. Turn left signposted to Keswick and drive to the end of Crosthwaite Road (half a mile). Turn left . Go another 600 metres passing the pencil factory on your left and  over a small bridge. At the mini roundabout (co op supermarket on the left) located just before entering the main high street, turn right. This is the road to Lake Derwentwater and Borrowdale. Go past Booths supermarket which is on your right, follow the road round to the left and after 600 yds you will see The Heads and Howe Keld on the right, opposite the main car park of Keswick.

From The A 591 direction Kendal, Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere follow the road right into Keswick town centre. You will have the river Greta on the right for a while before the road goes through some pedestrian traffic lights and drops down to pass by a car park on the left, the police station and post office. The road bends to the right at another set of pedestrian lights and approaches a mini roundabout after 200yards. Turn left and follow the remaining few directions described above.

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