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Cranford House Cranford House is a tasteful Keswick B&B accommodation that is quiet and relaxing, and conveniently situated in close to the centre of Keswick in the Lake District. We aim to provide high quality, fuss-free, and comfortable bed and breakfast holiday accommodation in our Victorian town house, still with many original features. At Cranford House you are guaranteed freedom from flowery wallpaper and doilies often associated with B & B guest houses!

And our location in Keswick makes us handy for the town centre, for the lake and for the fells. Non smoking (but we've got a nice bench in the garden available for smokers and non smokers). The location of Cranford House on Eskin Street just east of Keswick town centre means that in a few minutes you can walk to the Market Square, right in the centre of Keswick.

Cranford House also gives you a B & B base that is handy for the fells. The location is very close to the beginning of paths up Wallacrag and over to Watendlath. Cutting along Castlehead Close, the walk to Castlehead is even shorter, and from there Derwentwater is only a little further.
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Cranford House has a total of 6 bedrooms, 4 of which are en-suite doubles or twins, along with 2 single rooms. Both the single rooms have their own wash basin, and share a bathroom and 2 toilets. All rooms are centrally heated and have tea, coffee, and hot chocolate making facilities. We've tried to be a bit different with our choice of decor - more

Our guest house is located on Eskin Street (number 18), a five-minute stroll from the centre of Keswick. After 18 miles take the slip road to Keswick. At the T-junction turn right towards the town centre. You are now on the Penrith Road heading into Keswick. Pass a BP garage, fire station and Twa Dogs Inn Pub on the left, under the old railway bridge

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