KESWICK BRIDGE LODGE (2 bed)

Keswick, Lake District

Overview

Keswick Bridge is a development of Scandinavian lodges situated in the sheltered woodlands on the banks of the River Greta in a peaceful backwater of Keswick. Each lodge has upside down style accommodation with open plan living/dining room and balcony to take in the views or enjoy al fresco dining. The spacious grounds are ideal for children to explore having a children’s play area, a wider open grassed area bordered by the river to one side and the woodlands to the other, while still in sight of the lodges. Being a time share development we have a number of 2 and 3 bedroom lodges available for Christmas and New Year weeks only. Christmas week can start on either the 21st, 22nd or 23rd December whilst New Year is available from the 30th December only.

The lodges are centrally heated and comprise:

Ground Floor – Master double bedroom with a luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin, bidet and WC.
Twin bedroom.
Family bathroom with electric shower, hand basin, bidet and WC.
In the hallway there is a large heated drying/storage cupboard, ideal for drying walking gear.

First Floor – Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area.
The lounge has leather suites around the TV with some satellite channels, stereo unit and fully fitted wall unites housing a pull down bed.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you would need to prepare a family meal including electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave.
The balcony is a place for relaxing and overlooks the River Greta or woodland views towards Walla Crag.

We provide all bed linen including the pull down bed and towels. Electric is charged on departure subject to use. Private parking for 1 car per lodge. There is a shared utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer.

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Location

Keswick is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the north of the Lake District National Park, its attraction is the wealth of facilities on offer from shops, pubs, restaurants, visitor attractions, Derwentwater and the numerous walks right from your door. Lazy days can be spent exploring the town or picnicking on the shores of Derwentwater which is a short walk from the town centre, Hope Park and Fitz Park also offer mini golf, tennis courts and play areas for children. The younger members of the family are well catered for with an indoor swimming pool with wave machine, The Pencil Museum, Puzzling Place, Climbing walls, lake cruises and much more. The Theatre by the Lake put on some acclaimed shows throughout the year or enjoy one of the

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