- Sleeps: 2
- Bedroom: 1
- Bathroom: 1
- Minimum stay: 1 night
Overlooking the magnificent Blencathra, an iconic Lake District mountain affectionately known as ‘Saddleback’, you can expect awe-inspiring views from a break spent at Keswick Cabin.
Happily, you can also expect a wealth of romantic luxury from the self-contained, bespoke-crafted wooden retreat, which is soothingly positioned on a friendly working farm.
Lovingly designed and furnished for an irresistible feeling of home, there’s a huge picture window with bi-folding doors… simply throw them open to welcome the outside in.
The downy kingsize bed is a joy to snuggle up in, and you’ll discover a breakfast bar hidden away just behind. This is an ideal spot for morning coffee-with-a-view, when you’re not out on the patio, that is!
Furnished with everything you could possibly need for al fresco relaxation, there’s a barbecue and firepit for sizzling sunset suppers, and a wood-fired hot tub to help dark-sky stargazing along.
If you can tear yourselves away, wander or cycle along the three-mile trail into Keswick, which runs along the old railway line. You’re also at the beautiful point where two rivers meet at St John’s Beck, so you can indulge in wild swimming and watersports with ease.
And with Derwentwater also close by, how about a jetty-to-jetty cruise from Keswick, before a slap-up afternoon tea… rounded off by more stargazing back at the cabin?
- Hot Tubs