Accommodation near our walk:
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11 matches found:

3 AA Assessed

1.0km (0.6 miles) away
The Pheasant is a charming old Coaching Inn situated close to Bassenthwaite Lake at the unspoilt northern end of the Lake District. It is one of the last remaining traditional Cumbrian hostelries with its unique period atmosphere sense of timelessness and peaceful location. The Pheasant enjoys a well deserved national reputation ... more
4 AA Assessed

2.7km (1.7 miles) away
Few hotels are so beautifully situated as Armathwaite Hall - one of the original stately homes of England. Magnificently set in the secluded spendour of 400 acres of deer park and woodland bordered by the beauty of Bassenthwaite Lake and framed by the dramatic Skiddaw mountain and fells Armathwaite Hall is as romantic as the ... more
3 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£340-1321 per week
2.8km (1.7 miles) away, sleeps 4
Dash Cottage is a pretty little terraced cottage in the delightful village of Embleton, at the foot of Skiddaw. Sleeping 4 in one king size double and one twin bedroom, the cottage has been comfortably furnished to provide a lovely warm welcome. There's cosy seating in the living room and a bright and airy modern kitchen that's fully ... more
4 AA Assessed

3.4km (2.1 miles) away
Set in the calming shadow of England s highest fells overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake BEST WESTERN PLUS Castle Inn Hotel is the ideal location to explore the northern region of the Lake District. From the mysterious trails through Dodd Wood to the glorious views of the surrounding countryside we can safely say that some rooms come with ... more
4 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£550-2544 per week
3.5km (2.2 miles) away, sleeps 8
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3 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£390-1564 per week
3.8km (2.3 miles) away, sleeps 4
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B Budget
£180+ per bed
4.2km (2.6 miles) away
Bassenthwaite Parish Room provides a fantastic self-catering location for walking/cycling groups. A great location for accessing the Northern Lake District with Skiddaw virtually on the doorstep. BYO beds, bedding, towels and toiletries. £180 pn (two night minimum) for up to 18 people. Some availability throughout the year. Sorry no Stag/Hen.
3 Visit England Assessed
£80-130 per night
4.3km (2.7 miles) away
Ravenstone Lodge is a converted 19th Century stables & lodge with many original features including the stables themselves which are now the Bistro & Bar. Situated at the foot of Ullock Pike close to Skiddaw with views towards Bassenthwaite Lake and the Northern Fells we are perfectly positioned to explore the Northern Lake District. ... more
3 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£281-1709 per week
4.8km (3.0 miles) away, sleeps 5
Bramble Cottage is a lovely mid-terrace property situated in the village of Thornthwaite just four miles from Keswick in the Lake District. All ground floor, the cottage can sleep five people and has two double bedrooms and one single together with a family bathroom and shower room. Also in the cottage is a kitchen, sitting room with ... more
4 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£298-1612 per week
4.8km (3.0 miles) away, sleeps 4
Swallow's Nest is a wonderful, ground floor barn conversion, situated a short walk from the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake, just outside the village of Thornthwaite. The cottage can sleep four people in three bedrooms, including a double with an en-suite shower room, a twin room, and a room with bunk beds for added flexibility. There is ... more
3 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£296-964 per week
4.8km (3.0 miles) away, sleeps 2
Wren's Nest is a charming semi-detached barn conversion situated on the edge of the village of Thornthwaite, four miles from Keswick in the Lake District National Park. This cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom. The cottage also has a ground floor shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting ... more

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