Keswick is a market town 22 miles north of Windermere and is also well-known for its scenic landscape. The town provides several out-door opportunities such as group walks and mountain climbing. It also has many restaurants and shops, as well as at two public parks with beautiful floral displays.

On the hilltop east of the town, you can find Castlerigg Stone Circle, which dates back to Neolithic times. Right on the south of Keswick, you will find Derwent Water, one of the principal bodies of water in the Lake District which hosts several small islands within the lake. There is also the 18th century residence, Derwent Island House.

Recommended Hotels: Stonegarth Guest House, Keswick Country House, Lakeside B&B, Armathwaite Hall, Howe Keld B&B, Borrowdale Gates, Lairbeck, Morrels Restaurant Luxury Apartments, Grange Country House, Dalkeith Guest House and Hall Garth.

Recommended Restaurants

Merienda, Old Keswickian, Kingfisher, Pheasant Inn, Chalet Tearooms, Morrels Restaurants, Lyzzick Hall, Wainwright Pub and Sizzling Stone.