Larrys Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

39 ESKIN STREET
Keswick
Lake District
Cumbria
England
CA12 4DG

Larrys Lodge, Keswick

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Larry s Lodge is a small B&B built 150 yrs ago in the traditional Lakeland slate style. We are in a quiet location a short walk away from Keswick town centre The Theatre By The Lake and Derwentwater. Some rooms with fell views.

Children over 12 years accepted. Check in times after 16.00 and no later than 18.00. Exclusively non-smoking for your comfort.

Could you please inform us of your expected arrival time! Walkers and cyclists welcome but please remove rucksacks and muddy boots before entering. Cycles stored securely in yard at owners risk.

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