We stayed for 1 night in May. Room was fine even though it was at the front it was quiet due to secondary double glazing. The only poor aspect being the restaurant in the evening. Very slow service and when the food arrived haf of it was cold so was sent back. Odd, since breakfast was very good.
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- In the 17th century, Keswick was the crossroads for many of the horse and carriage routes which traversed this part of the English Lake District. The Kings Arms Hotel, a true Coaching Inn of that period, offers the traveller of today the same unrivaled hospitality and friendly service in keeping with its heritage. To stay at the Kings Arms Hotel in Keswick is to experience the legacies, in modern day comfort and luxury, of a true Coaching Inn. A warm and friendly smile awaits you from our well trained staff, whose aim is to make your stay one of many. The air-conditioned Courtyard restaurant serves appetising home-cooked dishes such as Cumbrian rarebit, ham hock, beef & Jennings ale pie, lamb shoulder plus mouth-watering hot and cold desserts. After a hearty meal, why not relax in front of the open fire with a drink in the cosy oak-beamed bar and watch the world go by outside on the streets of Keswick. Or in the summer months take a seat in the charming courtyard, which is the perfect place to enjoy delicious food and a refreshing drink al fresco ... more less
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