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Why book a cottage in Derwentwater?

Surrounded by mountain peaks, high fells and wooded valleys, Derwentwater has long been a popular spot for holidaymakers. At 3 miles long and 1 mile wide, it is one of the widest lakes in the Lake District, but luckily there are all manner of ways to get across it. Tackle it yourself by hiring a rowing boat, paddle boat or kayak, or relax and enjoy the views on a steamer cruise. There are several walking routes within the vicinity, with many accessible just a few yards from our Derwentwater self-catering cottages.

Places to visit near Derwentwater

Less than 2.5 miles away is the market town of Keswick, home to a wealth of attractions, restaurants and pubs. Situated between Pooley Bridge and Glenridding, is Ullswater, the second largest lake in the Lake District and a popular starting destination for walkers attempting to climb Helvellyn.