Victoria, Derwent House
Owner: Living Smart Property Ltd
Victoria is a two bedroom second floor apartment in the newly renovated Derwent House in Portinscale, near Keswick .
Completed December 2021, it has been refurbished to a very high standard. It offers luxurious contemporary accommodation in a classical lakeland building, mixing the old and new perfectly by retaining some original features, such as exposed stonework, beams and fireplace.
It offers two double bedrooms, both with dressing tables and wardrobes. The dual aspect master bedroom has lovely views over Derwentwater. There is a brand new, fully tiled family bathroom with bath and shower over.
The open plan lounge, diner and kitchen has everything you need for a holiday with all new appliances, including electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. It has a three-seater sofa and armchair, dining table to seat four and smart TV and DAB radio.
Brand new electric heating system, contemporary sofas and Smart TV and broadband make this a fantastic base any time of the year.
Sleeps 4 people and travel cot is available if required.
The beds have hypoallergenic duvets and pillows and good quality bedlinen. Towels are provided for guests use and a hairdryer is also available.
Derwent House is located just over the Portinscale bridge, around a 15 minute walk into Keswick in a quiet village location on the round Derwentwater walking route. Close to the popular Chalet tea rooms, it is a five minute stroll to the lake, Derwentwater Marina and Nichol End boat hire and 15 minute stroll to the Lingholm kitchen and gardens.
The apartment has on road parking outside.
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‘Had an excellent stay at Victoria Apartment, Derwent House. Lovely apartment, wonderfully furnished and very clean. Great location, within walking distance of Keswick centre and close to some of the best walks in the Lakes!’
‘This a gorgeous flat with views of Derwent water, and an easy walk into Keswick. The flat is warm and well furnished. A great base for exploring the north lakes.’