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Whilst Keswick itself has sadly become very busy, it is still worth vying with the crowds to make your way to the lakeside which is always quieter and at times almost serene in comparison to the hustle and bustle of the town itself. We had...More
Parked at the Lakeside car park. Beautiful scenery and nearby paths (around Derwent water) were suitable for most people (not just 'serious' walkers). There were some nice spots to sit and take in the views (with a few benches). Found the charge to use the...More
Tucked in the Cumbrian lake district territory, this lies in Keswick, a small town, that is easily accessible by train and bus from Wigtown and Carlisle.
One of the largest lakes of England, boasts a spectacular scenery inspiring photographers, poets and painters.
Worth visiting in...More
Spent a lovely afternoon cruising round the lake. Able to hop on and off the boats at numerous jetties for 1 complete round of the lake, family ticket was £25 so good value. Stunning scenery with glorious views
We had stayed in the cottage a few years ago, but now the field down by the lake was fenced off with sheep in it was disappointing and could not let the dog off his lead as not sure whether sheep would be around.
Such a lovely litttle place around by the marina lovely walks along the waters edge . Little national trust shop a drinks cabin and somewhere to eat in the theatre . Lots of ducks to feed kids loved it .
One of the many gems of the Lake District, Derwent Water is a stunning lake with the beautiful town of Keswick nearby. It benefits from being far less spoiled by commercialism than Windermere and Ullswater, while still being well connected with decent roads around the...More