A no-frills self-catering unit for 2 tucked away in a small yard in the heart of Keswick.
Cosy, clean & quiet.
All are welcome! But do please read my rules before booking.
It is as described, no frills accommodation. However, it is a great base for exploring & extremely central with it being right next to the centre of Keswick & you'll be hard pushed to find somewhere as good value for money given the location. It was very clean & we had a very …
Donna came during the annual Keswick Convention, when parking demand is high, but I still manage to find a free parking space for my car during that time. Admittedly I benefit from having local knowledge. But visitors who come during the 49 weeks of the year when the convention is not on will find a free parking space - it just might be a few minutes walk away. There are also a couple of car parks in town that are just £3 a day, you'll find them at the Rugby Club and the Football Club.
The Stables, located on the left, going down Derwent St, but not visible on (Hidden by Airbnb) street view, was VERY clean, with good linen and towels, 2 of everything you need. It is VERY tiny, and a challenge if you wish to have 2 people prepare and eat a meal in the kitch…
The Little Stable is, as the name, the description and the photos show, a little space. But to call it “very tiny” is extreme, and must be about expectations. Hopefully, this review will help others avoid making the same incorrect assumptions about size. The small kitchen has a cooker, a microwave a kettle, a fridge, a sink - more than adequate to make simple meals, but not, as I think Fiona wanted, a suitable space for cooking full family dinners for two adults and a child. Altho Fiona only ever had one adult and one child in the place at once, the fact that a second adult was coming and going makes me think that this wasn't the right place for her needs. I'll learn from that too. Bigger self catering units are available in Keswick but they won’t come in at a similar price to a stay at the YHA.
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