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PARKFIELD Guest House


• Parkfield is a silver award winning Victorian Guest House in an idyllic setting, within Keswick.


• A warm and friendly welcome is guaranteed as the owners, John and Susan, take great pride in providing exeptional customer service. All rooms are fully en suite and immaculately clean with 2 king size rooms, 2 double rooms, 1 superior twin room and 1 twin room, with most offering stunning mountain views.


Each day, a buffet of fresh fruit salad with yoghurt, granola, cereals and fresh fruit juices to start, followed by a delicious Cumbrian grill cooked by Susan.


Parkfield Guest House prides itself on their policy to use only local produce


OUR PRIVATE CAR PARK AT THE REAR OF THE PROPERTY ENSURES A STRESS FREE STAY ★★★★ Silver AA Highly Commended per person per night £40.00 to £50.00 T 7E


★★★★ Silver pppn B & B £38 to £50


A 3C Country House ★★★


pppn B & B £50.00 - £90.00 DB & B £69.50 - £109.50 A 3B


Personally run by Resident proprietors: John and Susan Berry


RICK STEVES (USA) GUIDE * Colour brochure available upon request


The Heads, Keswick-on-Derwentwater CA12 5ES - Tel: (017687) 72328 www.parkfield-keswick.co.uk - Email: parkfieldkeswick@hotmail.co.uk


Lane Head Farm Country Guest House,


Troutbeck, Nr. Keswick, Cumbria, CA11 0SY Tel/Fax +44 (0)17687 79220 www.laneheadfarm.co.uk


A warm welcome awaits you at this 1750s farmhouse where you’ll quickly relax into the tranquillity and peacefulness. Great breakfast, comfortable rooms, guest lounge, free Wi-Fi, private parking for all guests, bike storage; a fabulous location for exploring the Lake District.


Derwent Lodge Hotel


Portinscale, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 5RF Tel: 017687 73145 Fax: 017687 74511 E-mail: info@derwentlodgehotel.co.uk www.derwentlodgehotel.co.uk


Fully refurbished to the highest standards.


All rooms have 20” flat screen TV, 24hr broadband, tea/coffee facilities & hairdryer.


Exceptional lake and fell views. Perfect location for North Lakes.


PORTINSCALE


Rickerby Grange KESWICK


A warm, friendly welcome awaits you at Rickerby Grange, where we offer a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere with good food and a well stocked bar.


Well located for walks, lake and exploring by car. OPEN ALL YEAR


Special Winter Breaks from November to March


3 nights mid week Dinner Bed and Breakfast (Sunday to Thursday excluding public holidays)


THE ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT Des and Carol Taylorson


Rickerby Grange Portinscale, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 5RH Tel: 017687 72344


E:mail: stay@rickerbygrange.co.uk www.rickerbygrange.co.uk


★★★★ Guest House per person per night £40.00 DB & B £60.00


A 3B


Allerdale House


Allerdale House is an interesting and impressive Lakeland stone building, built around 1877, and conveniently situated in a quiet residential area only a few minutes walk from the town centre, Theatre by the Lake and the shores of Derwent water. We offer an extensive breakfast menu using local produce and Fair Trade products. Special diets are catered for.


Allerdale House , 1 Eskin Street, Keswick Cumbria CA12 4DH T: 017687 73891


E: reception@allerdale-house.co.uk www.allerdale-house.co.uk


★★★★ Silver Ft per person per night £39.00 to £52.00


• Comfortable en-suite bedrooms • Private car park for all guest’s cars • Free Wi-Fi • Guest lounge with computer • Drying facilities • Open all year • Discounted Keswick launch and Theatre tickets available


Special Winter breaks available from November to March with up to 15% off regular prices


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WINNERS OF KESWICK IN BLOOM 2011


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