Category Archives: Kings Arms Hotel News
This year Lake District Hotels are the proud sponsors of Keswick Cricket Club and will continue to sponsor them over the next few years. To add a little bit of fun to the sponsorship we’ve put together our own cricket team and plan to go … Continue reading
Local bed & breakfast owners, campsite owners and suppliers gathered at the Kings Arms Hotel, Keswick on Monday 7th July, to celebrate the newly refurbished Hotel and mouth-watering new summer menu.
Ah those lazy days of summer… time for sun, fun and #selfies. Selfies have become popular all over the world, with people striking a pose and posting them on the social media sites. So at Lake District Hotels we’ve decided to add … Continue reading
Whilst thousands of worshipers, revellers and curious visitors descended on Stonehenge for the summer solstice, a group of visitors from our Lake District Hotels had a more intimate affair at Castlerigg Stone Circle.
Lake District Hotels will go head to head to compete against each other at the 3rd Annual Pudding Festival this Sunday from 3pm, at Keswick Rugby Club, by entering into an Inter-Hotel competition. Each hotel will enter a pudding which … Continue reading
Do you often find yourself pressed for time? Do you have guests who have kids and don’t know what to make for them? Aaaahhh…don’t worry, try our chef’s recommendation for ‘Easy Peasy Cheesy Pie!
The Kings Arms Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment over the last few months, which included the bar, lounge and the Courtyard restaurant, giving the 17th century coaching Inn – a traditional new look with a twist.
There’s soon to be canine smiles all round! As Lake District Hotels have just launched ‘Strike a Paws’ – a short break that incorporates a canine photo shoot for the faithful family hound. It’s our latest initiative to support our many guests … Continue reading
Did you know? Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the finest in the Lake District, commanding a superb 360 degree view over Skiddaw, Blencathra and Lonscale Fell. Consisting of 38 stones all of variable sizes and shapes, with some standing … Continue reading