Budget Friendly Places to Stay Lake District England
CA12 4NA, Keswick, 33 Station Road
Nestled in Keswick, in the heart of the Lake District National Park, the Keswick Park Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation, free WiFi and free private parking. This 3-stars guest house is set in an... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
CA12 5RE, Keswick, Portinscale
Just 2 miles from Keswick, the Derwentwater Hotel is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Lake District. All the rooms and apartments in this traditional Lakeland country house are en suite and some have... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
CA12 5TN, Keswick, Coledale Gardens
Just 2 miles from Keswick, The Coledale is a 19th-century country inn with 2 traditional bars and elegant rooms. In a peaceful hillside location, the Inn has ample free parking and free WiFi throughout. Located... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
CA12 5BN, Keswick, 29-31 Main St
Located in the heart of Keswick, Skiddaw Hotel offers good food, and spacious rooms with satellite TV and tea/coffee making facilities. There is free WiFi, and permit parking next to the hotel. The hotel's restaurant... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
CA12 5DQ, Keswick, 26 Lake Road
Located in the heart of Keswick, in the Lake District National Park, Cafe Bar 26 is a Mediterranean style bistro in the day, while it is a wine and cocktail bar in the evening. The... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
CA12 4NQ, Keswick, Station Rd
In 4 acres of lawns and tended gardens, the elegant Keswick Country House Hotel is only a 5-minute walk from the centre of Keswick. The restaurant offers fine dining and lovely garden views. Each spacious... read more
£ 143.36View Rates
CA12 4PY, Keswick, Underskiddaw
Situated on the beautiful lower slopes of Skiddaw, Lyzzick Hall Hotel offers impressive mountain views, swimming pool and Jacuzzi® and an on-site restaurant with extensive wine cellar. WiFi is available in public areas and is... read more
£ 151.20View Rates
Get the Cheapest Deals for Rooms
If you are looking for a more luxurious place to stay, then many of the 4 star hotels offer sumptuous historic surroundings that many 5 star venues would struggle to compete with. Plenty of pubs also offer bed and breakfast and can give you real value for money in a historic venue. Self-catering cottages give you the best chance to save money and there are a small number in the centre of the town.
Visiting Cumbria makes for a relaxing holiday
The popularity of the Lake District means that there are a wealth of places to stay in and around Keswick. Most b&bs are concentrated in the centre of the town. The hotels are dotted around the town and particularly in The Heads, Southey Street and Bank Street areas of town.
During the high season, there is accommodation available on almost every street, but most are often fully booked in advance. Just outside of Keswick there are a number of self-catering cottages, unfortunately, the supply of self-catering is quite limited although they are of good quality. Searching for a bargain in the Lake District is tricky, especially during the school holidays as this scenic part of England is a popular family destination.
Making reservations in advance or last minute can often save you money in large hotels, but with small places, this tactic doesn’t always result in a cheap deal. With smaller independent premises, b&bs or pubs check for special offers regularly. These will keep you informed of the latest deals.
If the weather has been worse than expected, then you might find cancellations and last minute deals as a many people visit the Lake District for outdoor pursuits and if you don’t mind the bad weather then this might be for you.
Visiting Cumbria makes for a relaxing holiday and the unique and independent places to stay will make your trip to Keswick all the more enjoyable. With a bit of luck, picking where to stay and avoiding the high seasons, you can find a great deal on accommodation for your holiday.
Nearby Attractions and Sights
(Lake District National Park in north west England)
Derwentwater is a beautiful expanse of water. You can take a walk around the lake, which is 9 miles long but flat. The views from the lake are truly breathtaking.
(Lakeside, Lake Road, Cumbria CA12 5DJ, United Kingdom)
Lovely theatre situated on the shores of Derwentwater, offering some great plays and other events throughout the year.
(9 Museum Square, CA12 5DZ England UK)
The Puzzling Place is an unique exhibition of optical illusions and puzzles. It’s great fun for adults and children alike.
(Southey Works, Greta Bridge, Keswick CA12 5NG, England UK)
Very informative and interesting museum packed with interesting facts about pencils. Worth a look, especially with young children.