Glendale B&B Guest House in Keswick on Derwentwater
Breakfast time at Glendale is always a real treat, served in our comfortable dining room you can enjoy a relaxing start to the day with something to best suit your appetite from our extensive menu. Our buffet always has cereals, seasonal fruit, yogurts and fruit juice, you can then make your choice from hot croissant with jam, a simple scrambled eggs on muffin or a hearty English breakfast with Cumberland sausage and hash brown. All accompanied by tea or freshly ground coffee and wholemeal toast with our own home-made marmalade. A selection of vegetarian options are always available. Our breakfast menu selection rivals many Hotels.
All ingredients and products are carefully selected from the best locally available and Fairtrade sources.
Location. Our B&B Guest House is situated in a quiet location within four minutes walk of the Lake District Market Town centre of Keswick, ten minutes from the the Lake, Theatre and Parks.The town of Keswick offers a wide variety of attractions including:- museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, pubs and three beautiful parks.
Shopping in Keswick. Keswick is famous for its shopping and has, probably, the best range of outdoor equipment and climbing shops in the country. There is a range of quality galleries with art of all kinds, Antique shops, gift shops and book shops. In addition Coffee Shops, Cafes and Tea rooms to while away some time or maybe watch the people go by.
What's on and things to do in Keswick. Activities and events for everyone take place in the area around Keswick during the year and
Keswick is ready for the 2013 season with events and Festivals during the year.
Adventure is high on the list as Keswick is the Adventure Capital of Britain and to celebrate everything adventure the Keswick Mountain Festival takes place 15th to 19th May 2013. Many of the activity providers are listed on our links page and can provide adventure activities all year round.
Full information on Whats On, Events, Festivals and Things To Do. Events in Keswick Here
Exploring the area. Keswick sits at the head of Derwentwater, the most picturesque of the lakes in the Lake District National Park. The lake shore, is only a ten-minute stroll from the Guest House, where you can catch the regular Keswick launch service to any of the six jetties around the lake. From there you can walk on Cat Bells, Maiden Moor and the many other beautiful fells around the Newlands Valley, or visit Ashness Bridge, Lodore Falls and the village of Grange. Whether you want to explore the filming locations of Miss Potter and those made famous in the books of Beatrix Potter, or head for the high Fells, or simply explore the Lake District landscape, it's all within reach. For a selection of Keswick walks go to www.mymountains.co.uk/walking routes
History of the area. Keswick has a great deal of history and visitors will find many sites around the Town to be of interest. A must visit for all, is the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery which houses many interesting pieces from Keswick's past. (Keswick Museum is currently closed for major refurbishment, reopening Spring 2014.) The Pencil Museum is a fascinating visit for all ages and tells the tale of Keswick's long association with the pencil making industry. Further information on the history of Keswick can be found on our History Page.
We can help with planning your trips and provide packed lunches, maps, cycle storage and much more. How ever long your stay we promise a warm welcome and a comfortable stay with good food. Glendale Bed and Breakfast accommodation is the perfect base for walking and generally exploring Keswick and the Northern Lake District.
All things considered, this could be the best B&B in Keswick.
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