Knotts View Guest House
Tel: 017687 77604
Prop : Ann Jackson
Family run guest house since 1904 situated in the picturesque and ancient hamlet of Stonethwaite Village, which nestles in the quiet Borrowdale Valley close to Derwentwater Keswick offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation .
With stunning views and high mountains the area is popular with walkers and climbers. A short drive away to the north we have Derwentwater and Keswick with its shops and attractions.
Knotts View Guest House in Stonethwaite village has been family run since 1904.
We offer you a warm welcome including an English cooked breakfast, and traditional evening supper after which you can relax beside a log fire and plan your following days excursion.
Attached to the house is a small tea shop where we sell home made cakes,scones and Lakeland ice creams.
If you are merely passing through the village you can stock up on the way through, then stop for a cup of tea on the way back.
Our comfortable and traditional rooms all have tea making facilities
1 night £35.00 B&Bpppn (Double)
1 night £38.00 B&Bpppn (Single)
|Lovely B and B - made very welcome. Excellent breakfast and packed lunch. And, only a few steps to walk to the pub!
|Frances and Humphrey Pilcher , left on Tuesday, May 29, 2007
|Stayed here on 19th July
Anne was very welcoming and made sure our socks were dry for the next day. Lovely old cottage, low ceilings and sloping floors but the beds in the twin were a bit soft.
Excellent breakfast, good bread and homemade preserves were on offer with all the usual fare. Very good packed lunch.
One word of warning - make sure you book a table at the Langstrath Inn in advance - we watched dozens of hungry walkers and campers being sent elsewhere. Food at the Inn was also excellent
|Deborah & Gwen , left on Sunday, August 06, 2006
|Lovely old cottage with a warm welcome. You MUST book at the pub in advance and I would ask for an extra large pack lunch if you are a big eater and are going to Patterdale rather than Grasmere the folowing day. A nice place to stay.
|Dez , left on Tuesday, July 11, 2006