Hundith Hill Hotel – Keswick

With sumptuous furnishings and wonderful views across the Lorton Valley, Hundith Hill Hotel sits on the outskirts of Cockermouth.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes.  The picturesque Lorton Valley is just one mile from the centre of Cockermouth and offers spectacular Cumbrian countryside and fell views. With plenty of free parking and easy access from the Lake District, Keswick, Workington and Whitehaven. Travel Now Pay Later Hundith Hill Hotel Keswick Jetnow. The Hundith Hill Hotel is Beautifully designed & decorated rooms for comfort and luxury. A great place to base yourself as you holiday in the Lake District


  • Close to the Lakes
  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Modern Decor
  • Satellite TV

Flight & Transfer Information

Journey time in a car from Central London approx. 5hours 30 Mins. The nearest railway station to Keswick is Penrith about a 35 min in a taxi.


The hotel has many room options; deluxe rooms, superior suites, superior family rooms, luxury rooms, classic rooms and standard rooms.

Superior Suites

The spacious Superior Suite has modern tasteful decor, comfortable furnishings and a large large private balcony, which comes complete with outdoor furniture for you to enjoy the spectacular views oft the lakeland fells. This suite provides the perfect country escape.

Superior Family Suite

The spacious Superior Family Suite has been recently refurbished and tastefully decorated. With one King size bed, two single beds and a private balcony, this room is perfect for a family getaway.

Food & Drink

The choice is yours enjoy a three course meal in the comfortable dining room or a bar meal in modern bar lounge with views of the beautiful Lorton Valley.

Main Restaurant

Bar meals are served daily between 12 noon and 2pm and again at 6.30pm until 9pm.
Three course Dinner is served daily from 6.30pm until 8pm.

Local Attractions

It’s easy to see why the Lake District earned its World Heritage Site status. With awe-inspiring scenery around every corner, prepare to discover endless views and fantastic family attractions.

There are a wide range of activities and things to do in the Lake District, and with more than 3,100 kilometres of rights of way, you can walk and cycle around our countryside to your heart’s content.

England's largest National Park is a gem of a place to visit. There are breathtaking lakes, soaring mountains - known locally as 'fells', picturesque valleys and even sandy coastline. Enjoy the stunning mountain views around England's largest lake, Windermere and the bustling town of Ambleside. Coniston water is the third longest lake in the Lake District. Get onto the water with boat tours, motor boats, rowing boats, kayaks and paddleboards to hire. Its also a great place for walking and hiking. Visit Keswick, a bustling market town at the north end of Derwent lake, correctly named Derwentwater. Or explore the quiet valley of Borrowdale at the southern end. Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, Ullswater is a popular starting point for walkers and climbers. Home to a breath-taking valley, countless walking and camping hotspots, the Langdale Valley is a perfect destination for those that love the outdoors. Visit Buttermere, Crummock, Loweswater and Bassenthwaite lakes, the North Lakes is possibly the most peaceful part of the district with many features of historical interest to be explored. Surrounded by mountains, Red Pike, Kirk Fell, Great Gable and Scafell Pike, Wastwater is the deepest and perhaps the most awe-inspiring of all the lakes.