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Derwent Fells

Keswick, Cumbria
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Towels included
5 more

At a glance

  • Inviting, one-bedroom apartment, set at the heart of the Lakeland town of Keswick
  • Ideal for independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well fresh produce from the market
  • A great base for walking in the surrounding fells and enjoying the lake of Derwentwater
Property code: SZ166

An appealing, second-floor apartment, perfect for a couple eager to explore the northern Lake District and scenic areas around Derwentwater, from the convenience of a Keswick setting.

This delightful second-floor apartment for two is within easy reach of Keswick town centre. As the name suggests, from its elevated position, the apartment enjoys fantastic views over some of the area's most popular fells including Latrigg, Catbells and Causey Pike. Head up the stairs and inside this lovely apartment and you'll find stylish accommodation, just perfect for two people or a relaxing solo stay.

Leave the car and head out on foot, the centre of Keswick is only a short stroll away. Spend a morning browsing round the shops, stopping for a bite of lunch or slice of cake in one of the town's many independent cafes. For a spot of culture, head to Keswick Museum and Art Gallery by Fitz Park to learn more about local history, or head to the famous Pencil Museum, the gift shop here is the perfect place for those with an artistic flare. Fancy a night off from cooking? Within a couple of minutes' walk of the apartment you'll find a great selection of pubs and restaurants.

Grab your walking boots and pack a picnic, the views from this apartment are sure to have you itching to get out and explore! Head down to Derwentwater where you can enjoy a scenic 10-mile walk around the lake. Tick a few off the list of fells you can see from the apartment. The scramble up the top of Catbells is certainly worth it for the fantastic panormic views. Head up the ever popular Latrigg to the famous bench at the top, the perfect place for a mid-walk hot chocolate break. Or make a day of it and head for Causey Pike, where you can enjoy a day on the felltops. All before heading back to your home from home.

Head inside this welcoming apartment and you're sure to feel right at home. The bright open-plan living/dining/kitchen area is a lovely sociable space. Cooks will love the well-equipped kitchen; in here you'll find an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle and toaster. There's also a handy dishwasher - no fighting over who has to do the washing up here - as well as a useful washer/dryer. The dining table is perfectly positioned by the window so you can dine with a view! Relax in front of the flame-effect electric fire; curl up with a good book or take advantage of the TV with Freeview and Netflix.

Onwards to the sleeping accommodation. With a feature king-size metal-framed bed, en-suite shower room and adjoining dressing area, you have your very own bedroom suite! The bedroom itself feels lovely and relaxing thanks to its calming decor and the modern en-suite shower room with WC is great; it's perfect for revitalising tired muscles after a day on the fells.

Up a step from the bedroom you'll find a real treat: a wonderful rooftop terrace! This decked area with outdoor furniture takes in more of this stunning views and is the perfect spot for early birds to enjoy a peaceful morning cuppa or for that refreshing G&T come 6 o'clock. The apartment also benefits from a private parking space for one car and a bike store - you really couldn't ask for much more.

  • 1 bedroom – 1 king-size
  • 1 en-suite shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
  • 43-inch TV, with Freeview and Netflix
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Roof terrace
  • Parking for 1 car (the parking area is accessed via a small archway. The height of this archway is (2.1m) and should not be attempted with a roof box or or roof mounted bike rack)
  • Regret no pets
  • Storage for bikes
  • Shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes within 0.25 miles
  • The accomodation is located on the second floor and is accessed via a flight of internal stairs


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Reviewed by Caroline 19th November 2021

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The apt is one of the best we gave stayed in Keswick. It is comfortable, cosy, home from home. The owners have showed extreme respect and consideration to their customers providing such wonderful accomodation. Oh and the welcome pack roof terrace such a bonus. Thankyou to you bothxx

Reviewed by Karen 5th November 2021

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We loved our stay in this property. It was comfortable, cosy and felt homely with good attention to detail. Its in a perfect location and we will definitely return.

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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