to Greenbank Self Catering Accommodation. Here you can rediscover true relaxation in the heart of the Borrowdale Valley surround by meandering rivers and some of the most spectacular fells in The Lake District. From the elevated site there are breathe taking views across the valley with Catbells within sight too. Just a short 3½ miles south of Keswick Greenbank is perfectly situated for fell walking, climbing, cycling or just spending time with family and friends.

Greenbank Country House Self Catering, Borrowdale, Keswick

Maiden Moor Self Catering, Borrowdale, Keswick

Greenbank properties makes the perfect Cumbrian destination for couples, friends and families. The House is a wonderful, detached house, complete with nine en-suite bedrooms, ideal for gatherings and celebrations with your loved ones. Maiden Moor, our detached cottage, is complete with 2 bedrooms and is perfect for the smaller group breaks. All the accommodation has the benefit of free Wi-Fi, Freeview TV in all rooms and adequate off road parking.

We provide a personal booking service and our properties are all inspected by the Owner, Janet Weir, to reassure guests that they are immaculately clean and maintained to the highest standard. We pride ourselves in offering you a great value home from home in the Lake District.

Greenbank Self Catering Gardens
Greenbank Self Catering Gardens

To check availability please call Janet on 07745654151 or email janetchristina@outlook.com

Please note we are strictly non-smoking and do not accommodate pets.

Quotes :

“We stayed in Maiden Moor a while ago, lovely detached 2 bedroomed cottage with fantastic views and great walks nearby.”Anne Evans

“Stunning location and excellent Cottage. Stayed here with other friends on a walking week. Warm welcome and Janet recommended some lovely places to eat and walk. Highly recommend.” — Marie Branch

“Had several happy holidays here. Wonderful walks and interesting places to visit. Comes highly recommended.” — Penny Fletcher

“Beautiful tranquil location, well situated house in the heart of the Lake District.” — Elizabeth Turner