Accessibility in and around Keswick
Accessible Accommodation in the Keswick area
Click here for details of accessible accommodation.
There are both bed and breakfast and self catering options available.
Please do discuss your individual requirements with the owner prior to booking as facilities vary considerably between properties.
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Places To Stay in and around Keswick with Ground Floor Rooms
We have a selection of places to stay with ground floor rooms but please do discuss your needs with the owner prior to booking as these rooms are not specifically accessible and may, for example, have steps outside the property or be situated on a hill.
Car Parks in Keswick with Designated Disabled Spaces
There are several car parks in Keswick with disabled spaces. Click here for more details.
Radar Accessible Toilets
There are 2 locations in Keswick -
Lake District Calvert Trust Residential Outdoor Centre
Lake District Calvert Trust is a residential outdoor centre delivering outdoor adventure holidays for people with disabilities. Specialist equipment allows guests to experience a range of activities with rooms designed for the care of those with profound and complex disabilities.
Accessible Walks in and around Keswick
Keswick to Friars Crag -This is a level walk taking you through Hope Park on the edge of the town and along the lake as far as the viewpoint at Friars Crag.
Latrigg - There is a small car park at Gale Road above Applethwaite with a Limited Mobility Path to the summit of Latrigg and the viewpoint over Keswick.
Parks - Both Fitz Park and Hope Park have wide level paths which are wheelchair accessible. Fitz Park has car parking on Crosthwaite Road whilst the Lakeside car park is close to Hope Park and the lake shore.
Whinlatter Forest - Designated Walking Trail - The trail is 1500metres long. Some of the trail has a loose surface. The trail is sloped. The trail has seats.There is a one mile way marked trail at Revelin Moss which is suitable for most wheelchairs and buggies. The surface is gravel forest road and relatively flat, with lovely views of Grisedale Pike. The route starts from Revelin Moss car park, a quarter of a mile from the main visitor centre car park.
There are other short walks starting from the Visitor Centre. More info.
Alpacaly Ever After - Alpaca walks at The Lingholm Estate can be adapted for people with mobility issues as well as wheelchair users. Click here for more information.
Things To Do and Eating Out
Some businesses offer more specific information on their own websites which you can view at the links below -
Keswick Launch - has a ramp suitable for wheelchairs to gain access to Pier One at Keswick Boat Landings, however it is not possible to board the launch in a wheelchair. People with limited walking ability may be able to descend the four steps into the launch themselves. Wheelchairs can be taken on some of the launches, but the person will need assistance to help them board the boat. Please contact the launch to arrange. for more info and contact details click here.
Lake District Mobility at Whinlatter Forest
Do you have trouble walking and would like to experience more of what the Lake District has to offer...?
Lake District Mobility, a charity, provides 'all terrain mobility scooters' at Whinlatter Forest and other outdoor attractions in the Lake District for those over age 14 years.
Multi site Membership £2.50 2 weeks, £10.00 Annual
Mobility Scooter & Wheelchair Hire
Mobility scooter hire available from Keswick Motor Company, Lake Road Keswick Tel: 017687 72064. They also have one wheelchair available for hire, £10 per day.