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1,621 wonderful holiday rentals from 20 holiday letting websites are listed in Keswick with prices beginning at £18 per night. By comparing these holiday rentals, HomeToGo brings you the lowest prices and the most popular lettings in Keswick.
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Price and Availability Index Keswick
Holiday Letting Price Information in Keswick
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Keswick. Prices reach a peak a week in July. The price per night in a holiday letting in Keswick this week (27/07 - 03/08) costs on average £117. Prices decrease in a week of January (19/01 - 26/01), where average prices are £74.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Keswick
Check how busy Keswick is with our availability graph. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in July (20/07 - 27/07). Conversely, it is in November (10/11 - 17/11) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Keswick
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. September is the driest month.
Rural scenes and family fun with Keswick accommodation
Keswick is rightly regarded as one of the UK’s top destinations. Boasting a stunning lake, undulating hills and a thriving market town home to many cafés and stores, Keswick is a delight for all tourists who enjoy history and immersion in the great outdoors. With Keswick holiday lettings, the whole family can enjoy the myriad sights and activities of one of the most popular areas in the Lake District National Park.
Getting to Keswick
Like the rest of Cumbria, Keswick is a largely rural area. As such, there are relatively few transport links to the town. If arriving from overseas, the closest major airports are in Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Newcastle. From there, you’ll almost certainly need your own set of wheels to travel onwards to Keswick holiday lettings. While it is technically possible to get a train to Windermere then a bus to Keswick, this is rather awkward. In any case, you’ll need a car to travel to Keswick’s main attractions, which are mostly located away from the town centre.
Keswick’s mild winters and pleasant summers make it a popular tourist attraction year-round. Summers bring the best weather, with bright days and warm temperatures ideal for camping and getting outdoors. Whenever you visit, you’ll want to have a supply of waterproof clothing and umbrellas at your Keswick holiday lettings, as the area receives quite a lot of rainfall. The weather can change very quickly in Keswick too, so blue skies doesn't necessarily mean that it will be sunny all day. The best advice is simply to be prepared for anything!
Getting active in Keswick
Keswick is a dream destination for lovers of the outdoors, with many superb hiking, cycling and driving routes available. You’ll also find unique activities here that you can’t usually do elsewhere, such as clay pigeon shooting, a ride in a gyroplane and much more.
The most popular activity in Keswick is rural walking. This is one of the country’s best hiking regions, with rolling fells and lakes offering sublime views at every turn. Walk from the town in any direction for a few minutes and you’ll hit a trail, or take your car and visit one of the many pleasant spots slightly further afield.
If you only have time to do one proper walk in Keswick, make it Friar’s Crag. John Ruskin described this as one of Europe’s most beautiful scenes. It’s easy to reach and there's nothing to detract from the sheer natural beauty. Try and visit on a clear evening for a view that will surely be the highlight of your trip.
After a day out in the countryside, take in a show at the Theatre By The Lake. This excellent, professional-level theatre hosts shows throughout the year. There are dramas, comedies and also performances for kids – truly something for everyone!
Keswick for kids
Those visiting Keswick holiday lettings with children will be pleased to find that there’s much to keep the little ones entertained. On a basic level, the fun and excitement of being let loose to run and explore an expansive rural landscape will be a fantastic experience for children.
At the Lake District Wildlife Park, kids and adults can see more than 100 animal species up close. Zebras, meerkats, lemurs and a red panda can all be found in the 24-acre wildlife park. The animals are well taken care of here and the beautiful outdoor setting makes this a perfect activity on a sunny day.
When the weather isn’t so nice, head indoors to the Cumberland Pencil Museum. It may not sound like much, but don’t judge a book by its cover. This museum has tons of local history under its belt and tells some fascinating stories about the crucial role played by the humble pencil. The exhibit is small so don’t set a whole day aside, but it’s a great option if you’re waiting for that rain shower to pass.
Self-catering in Keswick holiday homes
Keswick is a remote part of the country, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be eating well during your stay at Keswick holiday homes. At the weekly Keswick Market, you can buy locally produced cheese, fruit, vegetables and more, while the butchers and grocers on the main high street will take care of the rest.
Things to do in Keswick: it’s all about the lakes
One of the largest lakes in the Lake District, Derwentwater envelops several islands and is surrounded by wooded hills. Its beautiful shores make it one of Cumbria’s best loved attractions.
Honister Slate Mine
England’s only slate mine offers underground tours and climbing opportunities. Watch slate being mined in the traditional way, or simply enjoy the stunning views of the lakes.
Castlerigg Stone Circle
Created 3000 years ago, the Castlerigg Stone Circle boasts panoramic mountain views and a dramatic atmosphere.
Whinlatter Forest Park
The only true mountain forest in England is home to some rare wildlife, and is the perfect place to engage in some mountain biking, hiking and woodland advantures.
Cumberland Pencil Museum
Having produced pencils between 1832 and 2007, the Cumberland Pencil Museum is now one of Keswick’s primary attractions. Here you can see the world's largest pencil and discover the history of this piece of stationery.
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