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Elaine - verified booking
"Spent a week at Loft 10, Keswick. The location is great - very central, with an allocated parking space across the road. You can walk to any number of bars and restaurants, plus the cinema and theatre. Keswick is also a good public transport hub - we used the buses for linear walks, which you can't do with a car.The flat itself is very nicely furnished - whoever did it has a good eye for interior design, on a budget. I appreciated the small touches - e.g. little trays by the beds for jewellery; and also use of the re-printed Wainwright series, which I enjoyed using again for the first time in many years.The view from the picture window out towards Catbells / Causey Pike / Grisedale Pike etc is absolutely beautiful.Downsides - lots of steps, both up to the flat from the second floor and inside the flat itself. The bathroom in particular is an awkward shape with steps up to the loo and sink. The shower isn't very powerful and, when we were there, it didn't drain very well either.We were there during the 2018 heatwave. There was a fan in the flat, which was great - and meant the flat wasn't unbearably hot. However, having the windows open in the evening does mean that you get the cooking smells from the outlet flues of nearby restaurants.Overall, however, these are minor issues and I'd happily stay at the flat again - perhaps at a cooler time of year."
William - verified booking
"This barn conversion ticks most of the boxes and if my review was only about the accommodation I would rate it very highly, indeed, it is a quintessential British Barn conversion. However, parking is an issue if you have two cars. One car is no problem. The accomadation is called Beck Edge this is because it is located on the edge of a beck, however, ones view is blocked on a daily basis by neighbours washing, which, is placed on a line, in front of the kitchen window, stretched between the road sign and a pole. This inconsiderate behaviour detracted from the outside ambiance. Extra parking can be had near by at a local religious building but the locals are decidedly unfriendly. The local shop is well stocked and together with the village is very picturesque. A lose drain cover outside the accomadation is quite annoying every time a car passes over it.Overall the cottage itself is a credit to its owners and is spoiled only by others."
Jo - verified booking
"Lodge was very depressing to stay in as it had no view apart from the backs of a row of several other lodges - seemed like staying at the barracks of an army base. There was NO privacy whatsoever, not in the lodge or on the decking outside. Lodges very close together and we were unfortunate enough to have a very noisy family with 4 kids staying in the lodge next to us. NOT relaxing at all. Expect to hear swarms of crows during the entire night - we used our earplugs to get to sleep. Nowhere to walk from from the park as it is in the middle of nowhere with no proper/public walking paths. Civilisation is 15 min away by car. We have stayed in many lodges all over the UK and this was by far the worst stay of all."
M - verified booking
"The house could do with a thorough clean. On the face of it it looks clean, but it could do with furniture moving and vacuuming thoroughly and the kitchen given a good clean, the cupboard fronts were a bit greasy and dirty. The heating thermostat was not user friendly. I would replace it with a dial where you can turn the heating down or off. I am a woman of a certain age and found it awfully hot and had to turn radiators off, however as the thermostat was stuck on 21 degrees the boiler kept going trying to get the room up to 21. A terrible waste of gas. We have stopped as this property for many years snd the bathroom light switch is still in need of replacing. Having said all this we do love our stays."
Carolin - verified booking
"Keswick and Loft 10 were the best places to stay to explore the Lake District. Loft 10 with its phantastic view over the town roofs and to the mountains we even enjoyed a couple of stormy and rainy evenings. It ist like looking over an old town out of a Charles Dickens tale. Keswick is such a lovely town with all you need (nice and special shops, the pencil museum and shop, coffee shops, tea rooms, the sheepish shop ....). The surroundings are stunning to beheld and we had a walk every day no matter what the weather was like. Don't miss Castlerigg Stonecircle and Blencathra. Loft 10 was the perfect home, I really mean HOME. Such a lovely furnished an decorated flat! Thank you so much!!!!"