- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
17 Customer Review(s)
“The accommodation was clean and there was a lot of space.”
It's location to the centre of Keswick was also excellent.
It's location to the centre of Keswick was also excellent.- Mr Kennedy, August 2020
“A great family stay”
Situated in an ideal spot for reaching the bustling town and not far from the picturesque Derwent Water, this lovely and spacious house really had everything we needed. A nice open living-dining area was great for the children and the rooms were very cosy and the whole place had a homely feel. We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay and hope to return again next year!- Apersonsomewhere17, July 2017
“Cosy & comfortable”
This cottage is located on a quiet street within a 10 minute level, easy stroll from the centre of Keswick. Our party consisted of 2 couples, so the 3rd (single) bedroom wasn't used. On first entering the cottage, we were all surprised at how roomy it is, especially the kitchen. The patio outside the back door is very small (only a tiny table and 2 chairs) but as we stayed in chilly March, this wasn't a problem. There is a large bathroom, with a bath, separate shower enclosure, wc, bidet & basin. The double bedrooms are bright, with plenty of drawers and hanging space. The largest bed has a firm mattress, which I found very comfortable, but my daughter thought the other double was a bit on the soft side. The large cupboards on the landing were great for storing our suitcases. Parking is on the street, but we always managed to get parked within a few feet of the door. Our only gripe was the lack of instructions for the cooker, but we managed to figure it out. We had a very enjoyable week in the cottage, and would certainly consider it again for a winter break.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, April 2014
“Lovely and comfortable”
Great service from the lakes cottages team. The house was lovely, warm & practical. wifi was great surprise. Location is great for town with plus of free on road parking. Would like more cooking equipment/dishes and a dishwasher to take the rating to excellent.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, November 2013
“A very homely holiday home”
Booked through the Lakes Cottage Holidays website which was excellent. Confirmation email provied directions/informtion on where to pick up cottage keys. The cottage was very nice, clean and comfortable. With the exception of computers and wifi it had all the modcons one would associate with a modern family home. It had good facilities for cooking, sky tv, radio, also a good selection of books and board games. There isn't any garden however the cottage is a short walk (less than 10 mins) to Fritz Park where there is an excellent children's playground. While there is no guarantee that one would always get a parking space right outside the cottage there is usually enough places further along the street. The nicest thing about this cottage is perhaps its location. It is not so close to the centre of town that you'll find crowds right at your doorstep but still close enough to walk into town rather comfortably. The only downside to the cottage is perhaps with one bathroom between five people (3 adults and 2 children) it could be rather tight on toilet/bathroom time.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, September 2013
“A great base for exploring the area of Keswick and going to the”
This was one of the best cottages we had stayed in .The living space was very roomy and well equipped.The cottage was very clean and tastefully furnished. The location was perfect for us as we were attending the convention and also great for walking in the area and we often walked from the house which meant that we didn't have to use the car very much.It was big enough to be able to have family and friends for a meal and pop in for coffee which was a feature that we liked best.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, August 2013
“Home from home.”
Great cottage, more like a house than a cottage. Pleasant stay from Sat 17 - 24 August, with of three. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, accommodation very clean and tidy, spacious and warm, the comfort of the bed was the only average part and the shower wasn't a full flowing one, it was a drizzle. Could also do with wi-if and more Sky tv channels for the £650 weekly charge.- MATT07seaham, August 2013
“Spacious, spotlessand comfortable cottage in quiet street near t”
Keys were ready for collection from Keswick office, friendly staff. Cottage as spotless on arrival (and departure!).Recently modernised. Ground floor knocked through to give spacious lounge /diner with well equipped kitchen to rear. Open plan staircase to 2 double beds, 1 single and bathroom upstairs. Comfortable seating, large tv.10 mins walk to town centre. Parking on street crowded at times but always found space nearby.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, July 2013
we had a good break, but had trouble with the toilet. Only 1tall glass for upto 5 people- A FlipKey verified reviewer, June 2013
“Lovely cosy cottage within easy reach of town centre”
Lovely clean compact cottage rooms were good 2 doubles and a single decent size for most. Pity there wasnt a garden area. Could not really fault the place.0- A FlipKey verified reviewer, May 2013
The property was clean and functional. Located close to the centre of Keswick within easy walking distance. We picked up an excellent Indian 10mins walk away on the first night. The common areas were spacious and my 21 month old is much better with stairs now as the stair was accessable from the living room but had shallower steps than she was used to at home. The beds were not what was described. The blurb said king size, twin and single. It was actually double, double and single but that suited us. The biggest bedroom was spacious and the beds were adequate. The shower was ok but not great(I didn't use the bath. The travel cot was provided but the single room was not big enough to put it up without turning the single bed on its side. I had an issue with the sound of the tv initially but had good enthusiastic responses from management and it resolved itself while we were out. Generally had a good stay enhanced by the dwelling at a reasonable price.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, April 2013
We have just returned from spending 4 nights at Inglewood, it was spotlessly clean and tidy,spacious even had nice comfy sofa's which is rare in my experience of self catering accomodation! Excellent facilities and lovely and warm, nice big bath ( just what was needed after a bracing walk on the fells). We would certainly book it again. The only thing to consider ,there is no garden, so may not be the best place if you have children who want to run about in the summer. There is a tiny yard outside with a small table big enough for 2. But for adults wanting to explore the lakes its ideal, nice quiet street, 2 minutes walk from the centre, but far enough away to avoid all the mayhem at the height of the season!- CeriEdinburgh, March 2013
“Spacious but a few little things...”
Our group of 5 thirty-something adults stayed at Inglewood over New Year 2012. We were really pleased with the spacious living and dining room. We could all comfortably sit and eat, and there was plenty of room for our walking gear. The little entrance hall at the back also served as great space for wet boots. The kitchen is impressively sized, but with little food preparation space. The hob and range is fantastic in terms of size and gas powered so great for cooking for a full house. Given the size of the house the fridge was disappointingly small - we turned up with our Xmas leftovers and some New Year tipples and struggled to fit it in. Had we planned on eating in every night, storing dinner, snacks and lunches would have been a challenge. Given the size of the kitchen, it was a shame not to find a dishwasher, and coupled with the impossibly small washing up bowl clearing up became a bit of a chore. Upstairs the bedrooms were well sized, and had good storage (even in the single) Add on the extensive airing cupboard and there is no shortage of space. We were divided on the hardness of beds (as were the other guests judging from the guest book). We found ours too hard and we have a firm bed at home. The mattress didn't feel well sprung, gave no support and we resorted to lying on our pillows to cushion our hip bones. The bathroom is also large but the shower cubicle is small, barely enough room to bend over. Yet there is plenty of free space in the middle of the room. With a full house we quickly saw how with the benefit of a re-planned room and a stud wall you could arrange a separate loo which would have been beneficial. The house is well positioned for Keswick, and parking wasn't often a problem though you couldn't always get right outside. Decor-wise, the house is nicely decorated, clean and feels new. In short, would we stay here again? Not unless the mattresses were addressed, I need all my beauty sleep to climb the hills.- Super Tash, January 2013
“home from home.”
Good location close to town centre and walks, but nice quiet street. Very clean and warm with everything you need for a comfortable stay.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, January 2013
“Excellent house, excellent location.”
A lovely, clean, modern, spacious house. From the moment we walked through the door, we felt at home. We are a family of 4 with a 3 month old baby and the house still felt spacious even wth all of the baby equipment we took. The kitchen was very well equipped and the range cooker was a pleasure to use. The upstairs is as nice and spacious as the downstairs, with lots of wardrobe and cupboard space. The location could not have been better, just a 2 minute walk from the town centre and 5 minutes from the excellent children's park and the leisure pool. The only addition we would've liked was Wifi as there was limited network coverage and no 3G. (I appreciate this would not appeal to all!). We will definitely return and will be recommending the house to all our friends.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, September 2012
We had a lovely week at the cottage. It was spacious, comfortable and beautifully decorated. We would definitely recommend it to anyone.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, August 2012
“Lovely cottage to stay in”
Inglewood is a great little cottage, conveniently located and well presented. We really enjoyed our stay. There were a few little things which would be improved: the grill only seemed to work in half the grill area (but the top of the oven functioned well as a grill). Some instructions for the washing machine/drier and the range cooker would be useful. The bannisters have a large gap which is potentially a problem for small children, this could easily be fixed.- A FlipKey verified reviewer, August 2012
Inglewood is a fabulous cottage situated in the heart of the popular Lake District town of Keswick, this Keswick cottage which sleeps 5 has been tastefully furnished to a high standard and is sure to appeal to families or groups of friends looking for a central base from which to explore the stunning area which surrounds Keswick.
The shores of Derwentwater, Theatre by the Lake, miniture golf course and Keswick Leisure Pool are only a short stroll away making this a perfect base for an enjoyable and memorable holiday. This delightful cottage is situated in the bustling market town of Keswick, a walkers paradise surrounded by stunning and spectacular scenery.
The lower slopes of Skiddaw, Latrigg and the jaws of Borrowdale Valley are all within walking distance.
Other beauty spots include Whinlatter Forest, Ashness Bridge, Surprise View and of course the shores of Derwentwater offering a wide variety of activities including boat hire and cruises.
For the less active there are numerous shops, pubs, restaurants, museums and parks and of course The Theatre by the Lake.
There really is something here for everyone. Inglewood is a delightful and spacious yet cosy cottage which has been tastefully furnished and equipped to a high standard.
The cottage is tucked away, yet centrally located just a short level stroll from the bustling town centre where an excellent local atmosphere and vast array of amenities await you. The gas centrally heated cottage comprises: Spacious open plan lounge/diner with freesat TV and DVD player. Kitchen with Rangemaster electric oven and 6 burner gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. First floor: Master double bedroom with king size bed., TV, co-ordinated linens and pine furnishings Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom with shower attachment over bath, shower cubicle, bidet, hand basin and WC. All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Travel Cot and highchair available. Wi-Fi available. On street parking (free of charge).
- Three bedrooms: 1x king size double, 1x double and 1x single
- Bathroom with shower over bath, shower cubicle, bidet, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with dining area and sitting area
- Gas central heating
- Rangemaster electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer
- Freesat TV, DVD player
- Power inc. in rent
- Bed linen inc. in rent
- Towels inc in rent
- Roadside parking
- Travel Cot and highchair available
- Sorry no pets and no smoking
- Shops, pubs and restaurants and cinema 5 min walk
- Leisure Pool 10 min walk.
About the location
Bassenthwaite 7 miles, Ullswater 16.6 miles; Cockermouth 13 miles.
The popular town of Keswick is the holiday centre of the North of the Lake District and has plenty to offer the visitor at any time of year. The town boasts numerous shops and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as offering miniature golf, excellent parks, the famous Theatre by the Lake, a charming cinema, the Pencil Museum, a climbing wall, fishing and great mountain biking opportunities, whilst the beautiful lake of Derwentwater at the head of the stunning Borrowdale Valley is only a few minutes walk from the town centre. Nearby, between Braithwaite and Buttermere is the beautiful Newlands Valley, while picturesque Bassenthwaite Lake is well worth a visit. From a gentle countryside ramble to a challenging hike up Skiddaw or the famous Catbells, there really is something for everyone. Visit Castlerigg Stone Circle, the Jennings Brewery and Mirehouse, a grand house and gardens on the shores of the Bassenthwaite Lake, or take a fabulous boat trip around Derwentwater. With plenty of attractions for the kids, lovely parks and the nearby Lake District Wildlife Park this is a great Lakeland destination whatever the time of year.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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