Welcome to Keswick
Glencoe Guest House - About Keswick
A lovely market town, with a resident population of around 5000, situated in the heart of the Cumbria Lake District. It nestles between the foot of the majestic Skiddaw, the fourth highest mountain in England at 931m (3054ft) and the head of Derwentwater (perhaps the prettiest of all the lakes and forming part of the Borrowdale Valley).
With a diverse selection of shops, restaurants, pubs, tea rooms, art galleries, live entertainment and beautifully kept gardens there is something for everyone.
Surrounded by some of the most spectacular landscape in the British Isles it offers the outdoor enthusiast a myriad of activities, including: climbing, hill walking, cycling, mountain biking, fell running, horse riding, sailing, canoeing, and the list goes on...
What’s on in Keswick
Coming up in the next few months;
Life of a Mountain – Keswick Museum 20/5/17-04/01/18 - http://keswickmuseum.org.uk/
As You Like It, Handbagged, After The Dance, Miss Julie and Remarkable Invisible - Theatre by the Lake - https://www.theatrebythelake.com/
Christmas Lights switch on – 24 November – oh yes Xmas is coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Force Crag Mine Open Day – 09/09/17 - https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/borrowdale-and-derwent-water
Derwentwater 10 race – 5/11/17 - http://www.keswick-ac.org.uk/
All the above and more details can be found on the Keswick Tourist Association website http://www.keswick.org
Glencoe Guesthouse is a member of the Theatre by the Lake Ambassador Scheme. This entitles our guests to a discount of £3 off every ticket purchased. Please mention the scheme when you book either through the box office - 017687 74411, or online at www.theatrebythelake.com
Compliment your day time activities with an evening at the Theatre by The Lake, Cumbria’s year-round theatre, situated only a few minutes stroll from Glencoe Guest House. Purpose-built to house the best in arts and entertainment, it offers a varied programme of events, throughout the year, in one of the most beautiful locations in Britain.