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Powe House

Portinscale, Keswick, CA12 5RW


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Powe House is a 4 star Gold accredited accommodation in an ideal location for getting away from it all in warm friendly surroundings.



Our location is perfect for exploring the north central and western lakes. We are situated in the village of Portinscale on the banks of Derwent water in the Lake District. We offer guests stylish ensuite rooms locally sourced food and stunning views towards Skiddaw mountain.



Every room at Powe House is individually presented and furnished to a very high standard. Rooms are equipped with LCD TV s with Freeview and DVD players radio alarm clocks with iPod docking stations as well as tea & coffee making facilities with Fairtrade products. Many of the rooms have lovely views to Skiddaw and plenty of wardrobe and drawer space.



In the morning a choice of breakfast (including a traditional English breakfast) is served to guests who are invited to come down between 8:30am and 9:00am. All products used in our breakfasts are sourced locally where possible to always ensure the best quality breakfasts.



Portinscale is a mile away from Keswick which is either a five minute drive ten minutes on the Keswick launch or a 20 minute walk across two fields with fantastic views. At Keswick you will find pubs outdoor clothing shops restaurants Theatre by the Lake bike hire and much more. Other areas of interest from Portinscale are: The Ospreys viewing area 2 miles Honister slate mine with the new craze of Via Ferrata 5 miles Grasmere 15 miles Ambleside 19 miles Windermere 23 miles Carlisle with a good shopping centre 38 miles Gretna Green 47 miles and Hadrians Wall 60 miles.



Ample free private parking is available our nearest pub is a mere 75 metres away perfect for winding down after a day of exploring and sight-seeing.
 

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WalkLakes nearest walks to here (as the crow flies) are:


WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.