Flat 4 Skiddaw View accommodation summary
Communal entrance and stairwaySecond Floor
Self-contained second floor flat with:
Bathroom with bath, shower (over the bath) and WC
An online parking permit is provided for nearby long stay car parks in Keswick. You will not need to leave out a permit in your car, but we do need the registration number for the car you plan to use during your stay. Please let us know your registration before you arrive so the owners can ensure the permit is valid for you. Please note that, if you do not provide the correct information, you will be liable for any fines.
You can use any of the three long-stay car parks in Keswick: Otley Road, Lakeside and Central, which is alongside Heads Road. The car park behind Wetherspoons is not long-stay so your permit will not be valid here. The parking will be valid from one hour before your arrival time on the day you arrive to one hour after your departure time on the day you leave.Other Info
Arrival Time: 18:00
Departure Time: 12:00
Towels will be provided
The house is heated by a combination of storage heaters and electric panel radiators
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
Flat 4 Skiddaw View is a cosy bolt-hole for one person or a couple to enjoy all the Lake District has to offer, while being situated firmly in the centre of Keswick town. The Grade II Listed Building was built in the early nineteenth century as the County Hotel and retains original features from that date, such as the Doric porch. It's lofty position provides excellent views across the slate rooftops of the town and some of the most famous Lake District mountain scenery.
Entry to the flat is via an imposing set of double doors and up a staircase to Flat 4 on the second floor. Inside the flat is a small hallway leading to the living-dining room and kitchen, bathroom and double bedroom. The living room is a good size and contains a dining table for two situated next to the window, which overlooks the slate-clad buildings of the town, Fitz Park, Skiddaw, Latrigg and the Bishop's Rock on the side of Barf Fell. A two-seater sofa, ergonomic chair with foot-rest, a large flat-screen TV and DVD player and a shelf full of books and local maps complete the living area.
The charming bijoux kitchen leads off the living room and stocks a range of quality electrical appliances, including oven, hob, extractor fan, fridge with ice box, microwave, dishwasher, toaster and washing machine. There is no tumble dryer, but the launderette is a two-minute walk down the road, where a dryer may be accessed. The kitchen features coloured mood lighting and the living room view is also shared with the kitchen.
What the flat lacks in space is made up for in views and this is certainly true of the double bedroom, in which you can wake up to a view of Walla Crag. There is plenty of storage in the bedroom, including a chest-of-drawers, bedside cabinets and a large mirrored wardrobe.
The bathroom features an over-bath shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
Flat 4 Skiddaw View will be decorated for guests staying over the Festive Period.