Dalebottom Farm is situated in the Naddle Valley 2 ½ miles South of Keswick on the A591 Ambleside/Windermere Road. Surrounding us you will find some of the more famous mountains or fells, with breathtaking views of Skidaw, Helvellyn and Blencathra. We are located perfectly for visitors to explore the beauty of Lakeland and participate in any of our local activities: walking, sailing, pony trekking, climbing, fishing and golfing are but a few to mention.


Above are beautifull views of Blencathra and Helvellyn which can be seen from Dalebottom Farm. The car park at Helvellyn is approximatley 4 miles South on the A591, on route is the beautiful Kings Head, an old country inn with low beams and log fires offering all the atmosphere you would expect.


Approximately 2 miles from Dalebottom is the historic Ancient Castlerigg Stone Circle which is accessible by footpath from the site. The best time to vist this mysterious setting is at sunset or sunrise in order to experience the full effect. Carry on for another 2 miles across the A66 and you will reach Threlkeld villiage. On the main street, running through the villiage you will find the Salutation Inn and all visitors from Dalebottom are welcome to take advantage of the excellent food. St John's in the Vale Church is also accessible by footpath from the site. The earliest reference to this church dates back to 1554 and is well worth a visit.

Turn right from Dalebottom Farm along the A591, you will soon enter Keswick town. From the top of Chestnut Hill there are magnificent views over Derwentwater. Large car parks will be found behind the shops on both sides of the pedestrianised Market Square and nearer to the lake, by the theatre. In the square you will see the Tourist Information Centre in the Moot Hall Building.