Traditional 17th century coaching inn that warmly welcomes dogs in the bar, lounges and some bedrooms.
This newly built cafe at the Lingholm Estate offers a range of local sourced foods, home baked breads, cakes and pastries.
Lovely hotel with large garden on the shore of Derwenwater.
This has got to be one of the best dog friendly cafes in Keswick. Ellen makes delicious, impossible to resist homemade cakes and the apres ski feel to the place is an added bonus!
Cafe on the fringes of Keswick which welcomes muddy boots as well as paws. Large outside seating area.
With its rustic interior, comfy sofas and unique back room, Bar eS Keswick provides drinks, food and music in a funky, relaxed atmosphere
Café West has indoor and outdoor seating with magnificent views to the hills from Fitz Park Terrace. It offers fresh, high quality hot and cold food served seven days per week.
Town centre cafe – open seven days a week from 8am, takeaway or eat in.
Fantastic Belgium Beer Bar and Bistro Keswick in the Heart of the Lakes serving Great Food with over 50 Belgium and World Beers. Great Wines Too.
Cafe Hope serves light meals and refreshing drinks for breakfast, lunch and tea (and all those times inbetween).
Delicious food and drink served in a relaxed atmosphere in a stylish cafe bar.
Vegetarian and vegan cafe offering home-made meats, cakes, smoothies and Fair Trade tea and coffee.
Located in the heart of Keswick, The Lake Road Inn – which has recently received a stylish new look – is a real hidden gem with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy traditional food and cask ale.
Family owned business using locally sourced food cooked to order.
Town centre pub that now allows dogs.
American grill and coffee house situated opposite Podgy Paws.
The Wainwright is a traditional pub on Lake Road in Keswick town centre.
Eat in or takeaway cafe in the town centre.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner all available at this cafe situated in the centre of Keswick.
Beautifully refurbished in 2015, this 4* hotel is in the Market Square.
Town centre location. Recently refurbished and now offering rooms also.
Situated at Nichol End Marine at Portinscale, near Keswick. Click for more details.
18/20 Lake Road (previously known as Sweeney’s) is a Bar, Restaurant & Rooms offering a unique venue in Keswick town centre, set over two floors, with an ground floor restaurant and lower bar lounge.
The home of Keswick Rugby Football Club is Davidson Park, set in a magnificent location with views of the Lake District fells including Skiddaw.
Cafe situated on Castlerigg Farm campsite at the foot of Walla Crag (excellent dog walk!).
Country Inn and restaurant. Dogs welcome in dining areas which is good as the food is excellent! Very dog friendly – they provide a mat for your dog to sit on!
Open all day for food. Gluten free menu available. Dogs welcome inside and in the beer garden. Ideally situated for walking at the foot of Skiddaw.
A traditional family run Lakeland pub situated on the A66 just outside of Keswick with possibly one of the best views in the area.
Inside the Salutation you’ll find original exposed beams and doors, big open fires, great home cooked food and well kept real ales.
The Chalet is situated in the Lakeland village of Portinscale nestled on the shores of Derwentwater. A place where you can enjoy walks, hire boats and hop on the launches to and from Keswick.
The award winning “Apple Pie Eating House” of Ambleside is a family run business. We were pleasantly suprised to find it was dog friendly. Worth a visit if you’re out that way!
The Coledale is a genuine country inn situated above Braithwaite Village in a peaceful hillside position well away from passing traffic.
Lovely traditional Inn under new management in 2010. Well worth the trip, even if only for the stunning views of the Newlands Valley from the beer garden.
A peaceful setting makes the Horse & Farrier a perfect place to enjoyn a quiet pint, delicious food or a short break “away from it all”.
Situated just off the market square in the centre of Keswick, Packhorse Inn is a friendly pub, popular with both tourists and locals.
The George Hotel is the towns’ oldest coaching inn, carefully restored to its former glory.
Lakeland Pub in the heart of Keswick. Good food and dog friendly.
Lovely lakeland pub, real coal fire and dogs welcome. Suggs’ recommendation – especially for the quality of the food!
The Royal Oak is a charming and characterful 18th Century coaching inn and is an ideal location for walkers or sightseers, with breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, and numerous shops and inns on the doorstep.
Cozy lively tavern with a nice fire warming the low beamed room. Real ale and good service. Great home cooked food – including their famous Goulash!
Chocolate fountain and delicious coffees along with tasty snacks to be eaten in or take away. Yum, yum.
An unexpected gem in the heart of the Lake District, Square Orange offers an extensive coffee menu as well as a full bar service.
Set in the scenic Newlands Valley, near Keswick in the Lake District, the Swinside Inn is surrounded by many stunning views of England’s highest mountains.
The Scafell Hotel is located in the very heart of Borrowdale, considered by many as England’s finest valley, surrounded by mighty fells, tranquil meadows and crystal clear waters.
The Royal Oak is a small family run hotel ideally situated beyond the “Jaws of Borrowdale”, six miles south of Keswick
“Imagine a place with stunning lake and mountain views with its very own waterfall in the grounds – the Lodore Falls Hotel is such a place…”
A former seventeenth century coaching inn situated at the foot of Helvellyn in the heart of The Lake District, The Kings Head is surrounded by spectacular scenery with unsurpassed views.
To stay at the Kings Arms Hotel in Keswick is to experience the legacies, in modern day comfort and luxury, of a true Coaching Inn.
Centrally located in the market town of Keswick, Sweeney’s offers an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Northern Lakes.
Mary Mount is owned and run by the Mawdsley family, a hotel which offers a peaceful country house atmosphere. Set in idyllic surroundings on the shore of Derwentwater in the English Lake District.
The Horse & Farrier has enjoyed an idyllic location in the centre of the picturesque village of Threlkeld, just 4 miles east of Keswick in Cumbria, for over 300 years.
Few Hotels can boast of a town centre location combined with magnificent views set amongst beautiful scenic countryside. Surrounded by the Lakes and Mountains of the English Lake District.
Set in the heart of the Borrowdale Valley and just ten minutes from the market town of Keswick on Derwentwater, you overlook some of the Lake District’s most spectacular scenery.