16 Dec A B&B with free private parking near Keswick!
Looking for a B&B with free private parking near Keswick?
Where can I park in Keswick? Is it expensive to park in Keswick? Where do I park to climb Catbells? Can I climb some of the Wainwrights near some easy parking? Do you have parking at the B&B? Do you have a holiday-let with off-street parking? These are questions that many of our guests have asked before arriving at The Mount. Don’t worry: we are a B&B with free private parking near Keswick.
We have a big car park at The Mount.
There is no need to worry about trying to find a space on the backstreets in Keswick or not being able to do Catbells as there is nowhere to park! We have plenty of off-street parking. It’s a short, flat walk to Keswick – 20 minutes across 2 fields on a good path – with gorgeous views. And if you do need to park in Keswick, we can give you some tips on where is best for all-day parking.
Where to park near Catbells?
Parking at Catbells is often tricky, so it makes sense to walk from here (it takes us about 30 minutes). You can pick up some snacks on the way, enjoy the fantastic walk up and down Catbells – and then head to a yummy café. Portinscale has three: The Chalet, Nichol End and Lingholm Kitchen. The Swinside pub has fan views. Or catch the boat from Hawse End and have trip round the lake to Keswick. Keswick has a great choice of pubs and restaurants. A perfect day out, without the stress of parking!
Is it easy to park in the Lake District?
Luckily for our guests, not only are we a B&B with free private parking near Keswick, we know some good spots where you are often lucky and manage to park close to the start of your Wainwright walk. The National Park has recently allowed some farmers to open their fields up to parking, which also really helps. Got a particular Wainwright walk in mind? Then ask us when you book. . We will do our best to help you find somewhere to park and so have the best day out!