A centrally located Carlisle B&B with good access to the city centre and local tourist attractions.
Carlisle is Cumbria’s only city and the county’s capital; Carlisle has much to offer the millions of visitors who travel here each year.
The historic quarter of Carlisle with its imposing Castle, base for Edward I’s campaign against the Scots and a tempory prison for Mary Queen of Scots, 300 hundred years of history in Cumbria’s infantry regiment in the border Regiment & Kings Own Royal Border Regimental Museum, the Cathedral second smallest in England founded as an Augustinian monastery was given cathedral status in 1133, the Citadel first erected by Henry I in 1407, Guild Hall Museum, half timbered medieval house was left to the City of Carlisle and house exhibits relate to Carlisle’s eight trade guilds butchers, merchants, shoemakers, skinners and glovers, smiths tailors, tanners, and weavers.
The impressive West Walls, together with the artefacts and wealth of information at Tullie House Museum a former Jacobean town house dating from the 17th century.
The wider area includes Hadrian’s Wall a legacy left by Romans and now a World Heritage site and the most important structure built by the Romans in Britain, stretching from Bowness on Solway to Wallsend in Tyneside the wall is lined with forts and mile castles built at strategic locations.
Today all these features can be easily accessed via Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail. Hadrian’s Wall cycle Way and Hadrian’s Wall Bus.
Lanercost Priory founded by Augustinian canons in 1169 is largely built from stone from Hadrian’s Wall
Talkin Tarn a country park contains a glacial tarn and once housed a wrestling ring and bathing house. Visitors will now find tearooms, gift shop and boat hire facilities.
In addition to a rich heritage, Carlisle has a modern and bustling city centre here the visitor will find a wide variety of entertainment, events, and activities, cinema, theatre festivals, markets, concerts, sports and leisure facilities its all available in Carlisle. Bars and restaurants are plentiful in and around Carlisle there is something to suit every taste and pocket and, for something more lively Carlisle has a splendid choice of nightlife.