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Welcome to the Highfield
Award winning hotel in a remarkable location in the English Lake District.
And take in some of the finest views in England.
Choose from one of eighteen unique and beautifully designed rooms
Award Winning Hotel in Keswick, The Lake District
The Highfield Hotel is the only 3 star Silver Award Hotel in Keswick. Our setting is remarkable we’re in a quiet location with stunning views of the lake and mountains and yet in the heart of Keswick. We are only a few minutes walk from the town centre and the popular Theatre by the Lake.
The property was built in 1885 using local Borrowdale slate in the grand Victorian style of the day. It has many delightful architectural features which make our rooms so quirky, such as its high turrets, balconies, big bay windows and the veranda which is perfect for taking in the views.
Relax and take in one of the finest views in England
We’re within a few minutes walk of Keswick town centre and the Theatre by the Lake. We’re also perfectly placed to be your base for mountain adventures in the Northern Lakes.
After a hard day on the fells you can sit in our beautifully kept garden and enjoy the panoramic view. Alternatively, choose between our two relaxing guest lounges. Being on a quiet road you can enjoy the peace, relax and take in one of the finest views in England.
Sleep in our unique and beautifully designed rooms
All rooms are en suite and have been beautifully and thoughtfully restored to offer the highest quality hotel accommodation. There are 18 beautifully decorated bedrooms; all bedrooms have free Wi-Fi, Flat Screen TV’s, and tea & coffee facilities. The hotel has its own private car park. Highfield is an entirely non-smoking establishment.
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