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Bassenthwaite Hall Farm
Nr Keswick
CA12 4QP



Take M6 Junction 40 (Penrith) and turn onto the A66 towards Keswick

Do not turn for town centre

Go directly to the roundabout on the outskirts of Keswick

Take the last turn off for Carlisle (A591)

Travel for 6 miles then turn right after the church sign post for Bassenthwaite village

It is ½ mile to the village from here

Our farm and cottages are in the village by the wooden footbridge & stream


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