David and Karen Faria look forward to welcoming you to their guesthouse. The location of our guesthouse in Keswick and in the Lake District National Park makes it an ideal base from which to explore and enjoy the many wonders of the northern Lakes.
Oakthwaite House is a non-smoking establishment.
We provide a high quality service and offer you a comfortable, relaxing, refreshing and enjoyable stay.
We use high quality bed linen and furnishings in all our rooms. Along with the usual compliments tray, which includes herbal teas, and bottled water, each room, has a CD clock radio and a TV/DVD.
We also offer wireless broadband internet access in all rooms*. Subject to your laptop having a wireless card or adaptor.
We have 4 tastefully decorated rooms, each with their own individual charm and character. Our two large en-suites also serve as family or twin rooms. In addition to these we have a standard double and single.
We offer a nutritious, tasty and filling breakfast to all our guests, meeting individual needs as best we can.
At its heart is the Market Square and the famous Moot Hall, with its famous one-handed clock. Keswick boasts a number of fine restaurants, public houses and shops, most centred around Market Square and Main Street. It has an excellent reputation for outdoor equipment and clothing, from its plethora of outdoor shops and outlets.
At the lakeshore, you can also choose a leisurely lakeshore walk, a laze in Crow Park with stunning vies of the lake and the fells beyond or a trip on the Keswick Launch to a number of destinations around Derwentwater, including stop offs in the Borrowdale valley, the valley Ruskin proclaimed to be the most beautiful in England.
Keswick is awash with festivals and events to interest and please most - the Jazz festival, the Film Festival, the Beer Festival, the Religious Convention and many more.
Keswick's unique location on the shores of Derwentwater lake, surrounded by the northern Lakeland fells, make it ideal for all types of visitors, from those seeking quiet enjoyment in the beauty of the landscape to those wanting a bit more out of its many offerings; e.g. walkers, climbers, photographers, mountain bikers and paragliders
Our breakfast menu includes juice, a choice of fruit, porridge or cereal, a Lakeland breakfast with real cumberland sausage and dry cured bacon or why not try our freshly made crepes with chocolate or American pancakes with maple syrup and crispy bacon!
We serve a variety of hot drinks which include tea, filter coffee, herbal teas and decaffeinated coffee.
We use fresh local produce whenever possible
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This page was last updated: 21 June 2010