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Brook Lodge - Burnside Park ref: 111218

Keswick, Keswick & Area
4 Stars
  • Sleeps 22
2 person discountNoFire/WoodburnerNo
SmokingNoInternet accessNo


Those who are in love with the 'great outdoors' will find the location of Burnside Park the perfect place to stay. This luxury pine log cabin is equipped for every modern day convenience and comfort. Situated in landscaped grounds at the foot of Latrigg and Brook Lodge, with panoramic views of the Lakeland Fells. The site is within walking distance of Keswick town centre, making the lodge an ideal base to enjoy the amenities of Keswick without the hustle and bustle of the town itself.
This finely furnished one bedroom lodge was upgraded at the start of the 2013 season by the new owners. With particular attention paid to the kitchen and bathroom areas, including high quality bathroom accessories and excellent quality saucepans and Denby crockery in the kitchen. Facing south, the large verandah overlooks a small stream and has wonderful uninterrupted views to the Helvellyn range, Latrigg and surrounding fells.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

The lodge has electric heating and comprises:
Lounge/dining area: With electric fire, TV, DVD, video, CD/radio and patio doors leading to the terrace.
Kitchen area: With electric oven and hob, washer/dryer, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and microwave.
Bedroom: Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, shower over bath, hand basin and WC.


All bed linen and heating included.


Large south facing verandah overlooking a small stream, parking for one car, visitors to the site must park elsewhere.
Please note: from mid November until end of February this site is closed. However, the site is open over christmas and New Year from 20th December to 3rd January.
Please note: There is an access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599 960.

Nearest townKeswickShops1 mile
Distance1 mileRestaurant1 mile
Nearest railway stationPenrithPub200 yds
Distance20 milesLake1.25 miles

About the local area

Keswick is overlooked by spectacular scenery including the towering Skiddaw and Lonscale Fell to the north and Derwentwater a stones throw away to the south, in the heart of the Northern Lakes.

The market town gained its original charter in 1276 and although small it now forms the hub of the Northern Lake District. Keswick has great character with its well tended appearance (Winning several national awards); two large parks close to the town centre, speciality, gift and outdoor shops and a range of outdoor and indoor attractions.

Close by is the 4000 year old Castlerigg Stone Circle and the shores of Derwentwater are a mere stroll away past the Theatre by the Lake. During the summer months visitors can enjoy a free minibus service run by the National Trust from Keswick linking into round trips to Buttermere.

Keswick is a great base for a holiday in the Lake District with plenty of facilities close at hand but in the midst of beautiful north Lakeland countryside.

Portinscale at the foot of Derwentwater is neatly sandwiched between Keswick, only a mile away to the east, Bassenthwaite Lake just to the north and Whinlatter Forest Park to the west. All the essentials including a local pub serving bar meals, a restaurant, a tea room and plenty of parking spaces can be found in the village.

There are two marinas on Derwentwater where sailing, windsurfing and canoeing are offered, either for instruction or hire and there is also a jetty where you can catch the motor launch that circuits the lake.

The beautiful Newlands Valley, one of the Lake Districts best kept secrets, is a few minutes walk away. This lush green valley has many opportunities for keen walkers with a great choice of gentle river strolls or more challenging all day hikes! The circuit of the Newlands Valley is one of the best ridge walks in the Lake District. The ever changing scenery and the many interesting sights along the way make this one of Wainwrights most famous and enjoyable walks. Newlands was once a favorite with Beatrix Potter. Here she set the scene for some of her well loved children’s classics such as 'The Tale of Mrs Tiggywinkle'. Sketches of Catbells, Skelgill and Little Town all feature in the novel. The Valley also has a great local pub, The Swinside Inn and an award winning restaurant Swinside Lodge.

This area is ideally located for mountain biking and cycling, the C2C cycle route passes through Portinscale and if you’ve forgotten your bicycle don’t worry; there are a number of bicycle hire shops in nearby Keswick. For the walkers the nearby fells of Catbells, Maiden Moor, Knott Rigg and Causey Pike and beckon.

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What our customers say about Brook Lodge - Burnside Park

The Randall Family -

Very impressed with cottage and equipment, lovely touches.

The Sunley Family -

Home from home with extra touches.

The Langridge Family -

Been here too many times to recall and never been disappointed, be back again.

The Potter Family -

Many lovely features, clean, modern, lovely views.

The  Pullan Family -

Beautiful and tastefully furnished, very comfortable accommodation.

C Trotter -

Most comfortable lodge we have strayed in.

R Highley -


R Hutton -

The property was superbly appointed to the same extent as you would have in your own home. Nothing was left out adding to a totally free and relaxing holiday. The best self catering property we have ever stayed in - and we have stayed in quite a few. Thankyou.

V Barber -

A well deserved 4* property

D M Pingstone -

Good situation on the site compared to the other 2 person lodges. Very well equipped and comfortable

J A Phillips -

This property was exceptionally well equiped and beautifully furnished. It's the best self catering accomodation I have stayed in.

P K Fitchett -

The change of owners has been most beneficial with an uprating of the facilities inside and the general level of care having been vastly improved.

J Addison -

Everything was excellent and the property was so well equipped.

Je Bennett -

Really lovely

S. Harling -

We have enjoyed our stay there so much that we have booked this again for next year- so far it is the best self- catering property we have stayed at and have really enjoyed being there.

D J Croasdale -

Pleased with all aspects of the property.

Claire Symons -

We enjoyed our stay and felt the accommodation was warm and cosy.

N Foster -

It was exceptionally clean and well maintained; with everything you might need.

J Drysdale -

Excellent for a couple.

Another great stay, in excellent lodges

Another great stay, in excellent lodges.

John, Bernadette Bernadette -

another great stay, in excellent lodges

L Tunnacliffe -

The property was perfect for what we wanted. The size and layout was lovely and the Park was perfectly located, near enough to Keswick but still very quiet and secluded. It provided the perfect base for our short break.

M P Rivett -


J Sunley -

excellent property very well equiped and spotless cannot fault it a true 4 star property

Y Brown -


Jp Locke -



Bassenthwaite Lake

The glacial formed lake of Bassenthwaite which once was linked to Derwentwater many years ago, is the only water form in the Lake District which is named a ‘lake’ as the others are ‘waters’, ‘meres’ and ‘tarns’.

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Trotters World of Adventures

Situated on the outskirts of Bassenthwaite Lake, this brilliant animal attraction is a great day out for all no matter what your age!

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Ashness Bridge

The idyllic setting is one of the most photographed viewpoints in the Lake District, with an amazing view over the lake of Derwentwater towards Keswick and the surrounding fells.

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Borrowdale Valley

South of Keswick you can find the stunning valley of Borrowdale where you will discover the three valleys known as Watendlath, Stonethwaite and Seathwaite.

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Bowder Stone

Located in the Borrowdale valley near the Grange village is a 2000 ton boulder. It is most unusually placed, balanced on a strange angle.

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The beautiful lake of Derwentwater is located in the north of the Lake District, and is surrounded by magnificent fells, the Borrowdale Valley and Keswick.

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Mirehouse Historic House and Gardens

On the outskirts of Keswick is the grand historic home known as Mirehouse built in 1666 by The Earl of Derby.

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Whinlatter Forest Park

Whinlatter Forest Park can be found up the Whinlatter Pass past Braithwaite. This is a brilliant place to get spectacular views over the Lake District and into Scotland.

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St John In The Vale

Just five miles from Keswick, you can find the stunning glacial valley which is known as St John’s in the Vale. This amazing scenic location is home to several small settlements and farms.

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Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum

If you want to learn about and explore the history of the industry which was thriving in the Lake District many years ago, this is the place to come.

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Lodore Falls

A popular place to visit in the Borrowdale Valley is the Lodore Falls, a waterfall which is formed by the Watendath Beck and is located near the southern end of Derwentwater.

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Newlands Activity Centre

In the Newlands Valley you can find this centre which provides you with a number of great exciting adventures to take part in during your holiday.

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St Bega Church

Next to Bassenthwaite Lake is St Bega Church which is the parish church of Bassenthwaite. Services have been going on here at this ancient location for over a thousand years.

Force Crag Mine

Last mineral mine to be worked in the Lake District. Explore the processing mill and landscape with a guide. Tel: 01768 774649

Mountain Biking on Skiddaw

Skiddaw will provide you with the longest downhill mountain ride in England! This 17km descent is the ideal route to take if you’re a fan of this amazing extreme sport.

Theatre by the Lake

This theatre is beautifully situated overlooking Derwentwater and the surrounding fells, only a short stroll from the centre of Keswick.

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Thornthwaite Galleries

In the village of Thornthwaite you can find a local gallery full of contemporary artwork by many local artists.

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Fitz Park

This is a perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon playing with your children. Try out the brilliant new childrens playground, large open recreational area, putting green and tennis courts. Situated next to the River Greta with wonderful views of the surrounding fells this is great place to relax.

Derwentwater Marina

Situated within easy walking distance from Keswick Derwentwater Marina is an ideal location for trying out some popular watersports.

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Help & Advice

Call us: 01228 599960

What our customers say

The Randall Family - September 2014

Very impressed with cottage and equipment, lovely touches.

The Sunley Family - July 2014

Home from home with extra touches.

The Langridge Family - June 2014

Been here too many times to recall and never been disappointed, be back again.

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