Woodside Guest House

Guest house in Keswick, Cumbria (Lake District)

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Penrith Road
CA12 4LJ

Woodside Guest House, Keswick

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Accommodation Description:

We have five rooms available in our "Family-Friendly" B&B in the beautiful Lakeland town of Keswick, close to Castlerigg Stone Circle.All rooms are en-suite with TV and Tea and Coffee making facilities.

Parking is no problem at Woodside, with our large off-street Parking Area to the rear of the property. Our extensive Gardens are open to guests, so you can relax and plan your days in beautiful surroundings.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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Keswick Travel and Heritage Information

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