Hotels in Bassenthwaite

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At over 4 miles long and 3/4 mile wide Lake Bassenthwaite is one of the largest and most northerley of the lakes. Full descriptions of all these hotels in Bassenthwaite and last-minute travel deals are available on the hotel homepages. Find cheap hotels and guesthouses in Bassenthwaite convenient for fishing on Lake Bassenthwaite and hiking adventures around Whinlatter Pass, Skiddaw, Ullock Pike and Dodd.

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Castle Inn Hotel

A591 Bassenthwaite Cumbria CA12 4RG

The Castle Inn surely has to rank as one of the most gorgeously serene hotels in the Lakes. Staring idly over the waters of Bassenthwaite Lake and with dramatic views of Whinlatter Pass and the Western approach of the mighty Skiddaw peaks, the hotel offers a languid introduction to the Lakes. It’s a mystical, enchanting region. Tennyson wrote his ‘Morte d’Arthur’ poem in nearby Mirehouse inspired by Arthurian legend and rare birds of prey like Osprey return regularly to the L ...

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Bassenthwaite

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Castle Inn Hotel 0.8 Bassenthwaite 44 68.00
Ravenstone Lodge 1.6 Bassenthwaite 9 55.00
Ravenstone Manor/Charlotte’s View 1.2 Bassenthwaite 19 65.00
Link House by Bassenthwaite Lake 16.2 Lake District 8 45.00
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Please note that Room4U is not responsible for the material produced on any of the sites maintained by any of these hotels in Bassenthwaite. With its splendid views of the fells and the forests this quiet period guest house is ideal for walkers and dreamers alike the Link House is a 4-star Bassenthwaite guest house making all the right noises. This area around the lake preserves the romance and awe of the classic Lake District holiday. Lying at the foot of the mighty Skiddaw, Bassenthwaite is the biggest body of water in the Lakes, measuring some five miles long and fed into by the River Derwent. It is also home to some of the largest quotas of Pike, Salmon and Trout in the area and is immensely popular with photographers hoping to catch a glimpse of Osprey nesting in the area.

Built during the latter half of the 1900s the Link House By The Lake is a charming country guest house enjoying a serene lakeside setting, half way between the towns Keswick and Cockermouth, birthplace of the poet William Wordsworth. Room4U enjoys a broad selection of last-minute unsold rooms we can get huge discounts on Bassenthwaite hotels and cheap late deals.

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