Ellergill Guest House
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After re-opening in May it is lovely to welcome new guests again along with familar faces too! We would appreciate our guests wearing facemasks and we are still observing the 2m rule. Our guests safety and comfort are our priority so between guest stays we will have a minimum of 30 hours where the rooms are unoccupied. The breakfast room is currently closed due to Robin being at risk so breakfasts are preordered and brought to your room.

Robin and Clare welcome you to Ellergill B&B in Keswick, our home and family run guest house has a relaxed informal atmosphere. All of Ellergill's rooms are decorated to a high standard combining period charm with a contemporary feel and the en-suite rooms in our deluxe suites are especially spacious with generous bathrooms containing good quality fittings.

Each room has a colour flat screen tv, tea and coffee making facilities and central heating. Ellergill Guest House holds the reputable Four Star award from Visit England, which is a reliable indication of the quality of bed and breakfast accommodation and service guests can expect from this charming Keswick B&B.

read more › A beautifully renovated very spacious superking/twin room with a sealy bed on the first floor with wide bay window and 2 leather chesterfield wing chairs with a view to the fells. The bed has the added luxury of memory foam toppers and crispy white cotton linen with luxury throws and cushions. You will find a flat screen television with Freeview, hairdryer, complimentary hot drinks tray, biscuits and free wifi. In your spacious en-suite shower room you will find fluffy towels with the added luxury of shower gel and shampoos.

read more › There is so much to see and do in and around the picturesque market town of Keswick. For those interested in fell walking you will find an endless network of paths with lots of interest and some absolutely breathtaking views. Some of the country's tallest mountains are located nearby including Skiddaw, Blencathra and Helvellyn. Cycling is becoming ever more popular in the Lake District especially when it comes to off road mountain biking at Whinlatter Forest, or road biking over some of the region's outstanding mountain passes including nearby Honister, Newlands, Whinlatter and Kirkstone passes.

read more › There is unrestricted parking on Stanger Street. To access our private parking, upon entering Stanger Street, take the first alleyway on the right (about 20 yards by the accountants), and you will find our parking (there is a sign saying "Ellergill Guest House Parking"). There is no rear access please walk up the street to our front door. At junction 40 of the M6, travel west along the A66 until you reach the first sign for Keswick (approx 16 miles). Take the slip road and turn left at the end (about 50 yards).

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