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The Silverdale
17-19 Blencathra Street
Keswick
Cumbria

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Our bedrooms offer you comfortable, value for money accommodation in cumbria for weekend breaks or Holidays in Keswick. All 10 rooms are en-suite with all the usual facilities available. A full English breakfast is served to get your day off to a good start with a Vegetarian option available. special diets can be catered for- please mention this when booking. Our Facilities include private car park, secure cycle storage and drying facilities. Keswick on Derwentwater and the Northern Lakes covers one half of the Lake District National Park. This is the perfect area to choose equally for gentle relaxation or for an action packed family adventure holiday with lots of activities and attractions. The stunningly located town of Keswick, nestled on the shores of Derwentwater, has a wide array of shops, restaurants and galleries. Explore the five major lakes, picturesque valleys and unspoilt villages with the mountains of Skiddaw, Helvellyn and Scafell all within easy reach. This is a wonderful area in which to try new outdoor activities or to extend your existing skills. Walkers and climbers are spoiled for choice. From the high summits to forest trails and lakeside paths, there are routes suitable for all. Within such a compact area as the North Lakes it is very easy to explore the neighbouring valleys and secluded places. To the east, for example, you can enjoy the lakeside paths beside Thirlmere. To the west you can explore the delights of Whinlatter mountain forest.

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