A centrally located Carlisle B&B with good access to the city centre and local tourist attractions.
The rich heritage of Carlisle and the surrounding area has left a fascinating legacy of artefacts, intersting buildings and countryside to be explored.
Cherry Grove Guest House is ideally situated to explore this beautiful area whether visiting friends or family, business or pleasure Carlisle has something to offer everyone.
To make your stay more pleasurable we have selected some attractions for further information
Carlisle Castle - Protecting the city of Carlisle for over 900 yrs
Cathedral - The Catheral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity
Tullie House - Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle's finest visitor attraction
Guildhall - The Carlisle Bells, England's oldest horseracing trophies are kept at The Guildhall
Lancercost Priory - Founded during the Norman period
Birdoswald Roman Fort - A fascinating visitor centre in one of the most picturesque locations
Sands Centre - Popular Venue for events in Carlisle
Vue Cinema - Showing the latest films
West Walls Theatre - Amateur theatre for drama and dramatic art
Laser Quest - Best known and most exciting brand of laser tag
Gretna Green Story & Blacksmithes Shop - Steeped in history and magical charm
Devils Porridge - An amazing exhibition tells the secret story of the greatest munitions factory on earth, as seen on the BBC Coast programme
High Head Sculpture Valley - magnificent life-size sculptures imaginatively displayed in a anatural wooded valley
Settle to Carlisle Railway - Said to be the most scenic in England
Victorian Market Hall - visit the award winning market hall, now one of the few remaining covered Victorian Markets in the country. Tel 01228 513991
The Lanes Shopping - Situated in the historic quarter of the city has over 70 retail outlets
Gretna Gateway Outlet Village - store collection of world famous designer fashions at outlet prices.
Houghton Hall Garden Centre - Northwest's premier garden centre
Harrison & Hethrington - Farmers Market at Borderway Mart, Rosehill 2nd Saturday of the month.
Hadrian's Wall National Trail - 84 mile trail from Silloth on Solway to Wallsend Tyne & Wear. Cherry Grove b&b is only 0.5 miles off the trail perfect for an overnight stay.
Cumbrian Way - 70 mile trail Carlisle to Ulverston, well loved route through the heart of the Lake District.
The Millers Way - 51 mile trail from Carlisle to Kendal glorious walk created by Carrs flour to commerate their 75th anniversary
Hadrian's Cycle Route - "The Roman Way" Ravenglass, Cumbria to Southshields Tyne & Wear, 174miles
Reivers Cycle Route - Southshields to Whitehaven passing through Carlisle and the Scottish Borders, 175 miles
Carlisle & Eden Valley Circular Route - 112 miles cycle route through the beautiful scenery of the Eden Valley
Carlisle Race Course - Cumbria's leading venue with fantastic horseracing, concerts, and many other events
Golf - A choice of 5 venues all have 18 hole courses except Swifts, which has a 9 hole course and Eden Golf Club has both
Swimming - The pools are centrally located offering a hugh variety of activities for all ages, Victorian Turkish baths, gym, and solarium
Sheepmount - 8 lane athletics track, grass cycle track and playing fields
Angling - Cumbria has more fishing waters than any other county in England
Talkin Tarn - the country park covers 180 acres, 65 of which make up the tarn its self. Great for wind surfing,sailing and canoeing plus you can hire rowing boats and have refreshments in the tea rooms
Solway Coast Discovery Centre - internationally an important landscape containg a variety of fragile habitats and sites of special scientific interest
Web Industry - websites, ecommerce print, graphic design advertising and branding
lake district bed and breakfast- visit the Lake District and enjoy a peaceful and tranquil vacation
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