Bassenthwaite


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Bassenthwaite

(ˈbæsənˌθweɪt)
n
(Placename) a lake in NW England, in Cumbria near Keswick. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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Treat your dog The dog-friendly Pheasant at Bassenthwaite Lake is offering Two or Three Nights Treat, Sun-Thurs until Nov 1, 2018.
It was relaxation we sought as we made the two-hour car journey from Glasgow to Keswick to sample the delights of a proud country house which presides over lush 11-acre grounds lapped by Bassenthwaite Lake.
Meanwhile, a man has been found guilty of recklessly disturbing a pair of ospreys while they were raising their young at Bassenthwaite Lake near Keswick in the Lake District.
The world feels like a falling apple or the sigh Of some reluctant traveller with far to go, I hear the call of Bassenthwaite and Scafell Pike, Ringing with Wordsworth's old heartaches in stereo, The Cheviots and Northumbrian pipes also Cry, "Forget the dishes and get out for a walk".
Bassenthwaite's Pheasant Inn, just 10 minutes west of Keswick, in a stunning and easily accessible area of the Lake District, is a splendid example.
A 20 foot tree will take centre stage at the Lake District's newest visitor attraction six miles from Keswick overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake, along with traditional festive decorations, and from December 1 a seasonal, fixed price menu alongside its usual cuisine, in the award-winning Bistro at the Distillery, with three courses for [pounds sterling]22.95 at lunch times.
ON the shores of glorious Bassenthwaite Lake and nestling into the foot of the mighty Skiddaw mountain range sits Ravenstone Lodge.
The couple, of Bassenthwaite, exchanged their vows dressed as Maid Marian and King Richard.
The Castle Inn is tucked away at the top of Bassenthwaite Lake, the only true lake in the whole area.
VISIT Historically in Cumberland, Keswick is situated just north of Derwent Water, and a short distance from Bassenthwaite in the Lake District National Park.