Magnificent mountain views near Keswick
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Long Meg and her Daughters

Long Meg and her Daughters

"Long Meg and her Daughters" is a stone circle near Penrith – close to the villages of Glassonby and Little Salkeld. It is believed to date from the late Neolithic Age or the early Bronze Age. Not only is it one of the largest stone circles in the country but also one...

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Brougham Castle near Penrith

Brougham Castle near Penrith

Brougham Castle is located just 2 miles to the south east of Penrith in a picturesque setting close to the river Eamont. It dates from the early 13th century. The photo shows the Great Keep which affotds magnificent views of the Eden valley. The castle was a residence...

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Croftside Guest Comment early August 2018

Croftside Guest Comment early August 2018

We had a wonderful stay at Croftside - close enough to walk into Keswick and with acceess to all the tourist sights the Lake District has to offer. Jan and David provided a lovely welcome package and have been great hosts both before and during our stay. The views...

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September and October Late Availability

We are fully booked in August and there is just one week left in September - that of September 15th at Croftside at £650. We do still have some October availability: Croft Corner - weeks of October 6th and 27th - both at £534 Croftside - weeks of October 20th and 27th...

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August and September late availability

There are just a few vacant weeks left now for August and September: Croft Corner, for 2 people, is available for the week of August 25th at £520. Croftside, for 4 people, is available for the weeks of August 18th at £690 and September 15th at £650.

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Causey Pike and the northwestern fells

Causey Pike and the northwestern fells

A misty early evening view from Latrigg across to Causey Pike and the north western fells. Causey Pike is easily recogised by its "bumpy" summit. Many people start the walk from near the hamlet of Stair - up over the heathery ridge of Rowling End and thence to the...

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Keswick and Derwentwater from Latrigg

Keswick and Derwentwater from Latrigg

The view from Latrigg looking down onto Keswick with the view out across Derwentwater never palls. It makes an ideal evening walk - perhaps at the start of a holiday in the area - you can pick out all the local landmarks and the fells and plan your walking routes....

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