Fell House Bed & Breakfast
We are ideally situated in a elevated position, in a cul-de-sac, which is quiet at night, yet only a short walk from Keswick Town centre, shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, parks, Keswick Theatre by the Lake, Keswick pencil museum, and not forgetting Derwentwater, The Queen of the Lakes, a little further out of town is Castlerigg Stone Circle, over 5000 years old.
At Fell House we take pride in our high standards of cleanliness and Visit England annual assessment inspectors awarded our hard work with the prestigious 4 star 'SILVER AWARD' this is also highly appreciated by our visitors who return again and again.
The bedrooms are well decorated and have co-ordinated soft furnishings. Fell House comprises five bedrooms, providing options of a twin or double En-Suites, or for those on a budget we have a double economy with private bathroom.
Each room has flat screen TV with DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities, a fully stocked beverage tray, white fluffy bathrobes, central heating you can control and wonderful Fell views.
In the spacious breakfast room you will be served with a hearty English breakfast using fresh local produce to set you up for the day ahead,.... we also offer lighter options, and vegetarians are well catered for.
Car Parking in Keswick can be a problem, so we are pleased to offer free private off street parking at the rear of the house.
Drying wet gear....There are limited drying facilities, however we do our best to help everyone.
Your hosts Barbara and Colin offer a warm and friendly welcome, so whatever the reason for your visit to Keswick, we will try to make your stay at Fell House really special, and we are very happy to share our local knowledge of things to see and do.
On arrival you will be given your own key and you will be free to come and go as you please.
Sorry we are unable to accommodate children.
Sorry we are unable to accommodate pets, ideal accommodation for those with pet allergies.
28 Stanger Street
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This page was last updated: 28 August 2015