Location

Location

7 Harney Peak Portinscale, Keswick, CA12 5RD, United Kingdom


Directions

Travelling on the M6, turn off at Junction 40 and follow the A66 west for approximately 16 miles, to Keswick. Continue past the turning for Keswick onto the bypass and then straight over at the roundabout signposted “A66 Workington, Cockermouth”. Go past a further sign for Keswick and then take the next left turning signposted for Portinscale. Drive up through the village, past The Farmers public house and where the road bends round to the right, Harney Peak will be seen straight ahead.

About the Location

Portinscale is 1 mile west of Keswick in the north Lake District

Harney Peak is ideally situated for you to explore this beautiful part of the Northern Lake District all year-round, whether by foot, car, bike or boat.

The tranquil village of Portinscale lies on the northern edge of Derwent Water and is surrounded by some of the most magnificent scenery in the Lake District National Park including the Skiddaw Range and Borrowdale Valley. All four seasons will offer breath taking views of the fells, valleys, lakes and forests.

From the doorstep of No. 7 there are a variety of walks, suitable for all ages and abilities. We provide walking books for use during your walking books for use during your stay to help you explore the area.

Come and enjoy the views by taking a leisurely stroll down to the water's edge or hire a canoe, kayak or rowing boat from one of the two marinas in the village. Alternatively, take a relaxing boat trip across the lake from one of the lakeshore jetties.stay to help you explore the area.

Within the village refreshments and meals can be taken at The Farmers Arms public house and the hotel restaurant at The Derwentwater Hotel - all less than five minutes walk away.

The Chalet Bistro and village store is situated directly opposite Harney Peak.

A scenic 10 – 15 minute walk takes you to the popular town of Keswick with its variety of shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs to suit every taste. Evening entertainment includes a cinema and the award winning Theatre by the Lake with its year- round programme of exhibitions and live performances. The lively

Saturday market sells local produce and crafts and throughout the year there is a variety of festivals and the Keswick Show.

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