Cheap Hotels in Carlisle
This charming hotel offers a great location outside of Carlisle. The hotel is ideally situated for those wishing to explore the British countryside, with the town centre and its numerous shopping and entertainment venues lying around 2 km from the hotel. This enchanting hotel was renovated in 2000 and comprises 2 floors with a total of 92 rooms. Guests are welcomed in the inviting lobby with a reception desk open 24 hours and lift access. In addition, there is a games room, a cosy bar and a restaurant serving delectable cuisine and featuring highchairs for infants. The hotel is ideal for business guests, since it has a conference room. Further services include laundry and room services. There are parking spaces for those arriving by car. The rooms are modern, tasteful and carpeted. They all feature a bathroom with a shower, an Internet connection and central heating. Guests are offered access to the health complex with sauna, solarium, swimming pool and massage service. Guests may also work out in the gym. Guests may select their breakfast from a buffet. Lunch and dinner can be selected from a set menu and guests may alternatively choose the à la carte option for dinner. From the M6 Motorway North/South exit at junction 42 and follow the road towards the city. The hotel is 3.2 km from the motorway junction. The retail park and a large telecommunications tower are on the right, while the hotel is situated high up to the left, opposite the retail park, and immediately after the traffic lights.
A five-minute stroll from Carlisle's Citadel Railway Station will bring you right to our door, where efficient check-in, a friendly welcome and round-the-clock refuelling is waiting - not to mention the most comfortable beds in town. Whether you're with us for business, planning to explore Carlisle's rich history or heading for adventure in the depths of the beautiful Lake District, we're on hand to make sure you're well rested, well fed and well prepared!
A beautiful listed building, the non smoking County Hotel still retains its Georgian Grandeur as well as providing modern spacious accommodation, free wireless internet access in all bedrooms and public areas and conference facilities. Situated in the heart of Carlisle, this 3 star hotel overlooks the splendid twin towers of King Henry VIII's historic Citadel and is opposite the railway station. With 2 miles from junction 43 on M6 the hotel is an ideal base for exploring north Cumbria and the Lake District. Open daily for breakfast and dinner the Gallerie restaurant offers a choice of a la Carte or table d'hote menus, complemented by a good selection of wines and liqueurs.
The classic 4-star Hallmark Carlisle is located in the city centre, next to the historic Court Square and close to the train station. Its facilities include a brasserie style restaurant serving British and European classic dishes, and a bar and lounge with a wine and cocktail list. The tastefully decorated rooms feature flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, and complimentary toiletries.
An independent, family-run hotel in an extended Victorian home, with many impressive original features. Close to Carlisle city centre and the M6 motorway. The Pinegrove Hotel has comfortable non-smoking en suite bedrooms, each with TV, refreshment tray and telephone. Delicious meals are served for lunch or dinner in the hotel's bar/restaurant. Ample on-site parking is available.
Located in Carlisle (Stanwix), Marlborough House is minutes from The Sands Centre and Bitts Park. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Cumbria's Museum of Military Life and Carlisle Castle.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining A complimentary breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite..
Located in a quiet suburb of Carlisle, just a 10 minute walk from the city centre, this family-run Victorian Hotel offers cosy accommodation with free Wi-Fi and parking. The property is composed from a series of old Victorian style terraces and is situated on the remains of an ancient Roman Fort. It prides itself on providing a homely atmosphere with friendly staff. Each en-suite guestroom is individually decorated and furnished, emphasising comfort, relaxation and the importance of a good night’s sleep. Diners at the Conservatory Restaurant can look forward to enjoying a freshly prepared meal made from the finest locally sourced produce. Light snacks are also available from the Lounge Menu. It’s only 5 minutes from Junction 44 off the M6 making it the perfect base from which to explore such attractions as Carlisle Castle and Cathedral, Hadrian’s Wall, Gretna Green and the Lake District National Park.
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Carlisle city centre and Carlisle Rail and Coach stations, this Grade II listed Victorian house has been restored with original features. This property provides free parking and free WiFi. The bright rooms at Cornerways all feature a washbasin, as well as a TV, a hot drinks tray with tea and coffee. Some rooms include an en suite bathroom and others have access to shared bathroom facilities. Breakfasts options include continental, a cooked English breakfast with free range eggs, vegetarian or a deep filled takeaway breakfast sandwich. Carlisle Castle is 15 minutes’ walk away, The ancient Roman Hadrian’s Wall is a 10-minute drive away, while Carlisle Cathedral and The Lanes Shopping Centre are both a 10-minute walk from Cornerways. The beauty of the Lake District can be enjoyed 30 minutes away by car.
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Hotels in Carlisle
Known throughout the UK as ‘The Great Border City', Carlisle is famous for being a Roman settlement full of rich history and vibrant culture. The main shopping, commercial and industrial centre in the northern half of Cumbria, this vibrant city is the perfect place for a short city-break or as a stopover between England and Scotland.
Carlisle has a rich Roman history and the settlement built here, known then as ‘Luguvalium', served the forts on Hadrian's Wall, which can be visited nearby.
The city's border location has made for an extremely turbulent past and there were frequent battles between the English and the Scottish for possession. It was held to siege ten times in total – more than any other place in the British Isles. Carlisle Castle was instrumental in the defence of the city and still stands today, an impressive attraction which is fun to visit and educational for all the family.
Carlisle Cathedral is a jewel in the crown of North West England and has stood for almost 900 years. Services are still held in the cathedral, delighting its many visitors. Next to the cathedral is The Prior's Tower which houses a small exhibition in its pele tower.
Tullie House and the Guildhall Museum, housed on the upstairs level of Carlisle's only medieval house, are just two of the myriad of educational and interesting, historical buildings in Carlisle.
Arts and culture
Carlisle is famous for hosting many festivals and attractions throughout the year. Each spring, visitors can delight in the Easter International Market, where a selection of traders from around the world offer a wonderful range of continental foodstuffs.
The Carlisle Great Fair is held in late August each year and is a festival not to be missed. Originally established in 1353, the fair has a stream of decorated floats, an open-air street market complete with Victorian-dressed stallholders and plenty of live music.
Hundreds of rally car enthusiasts descend upon the city during the last weekend of April as the Pirelli Carlisle Rally zooms into town.
Sports and recreation
There's plenty to keep sports fans occupied in Carlisle. The city is home to a racecourse which holds the Cumberland Plate and Carlisle Bell races every year, carrying on a tradition which dates back to the 16th century.
Recent redevelopment of parts of the city has seen a state-of-the-art sports facility built. Providing athletics, football and hockey amenities for local use, and constructed to Sport England standards, including facilities for disabled athletes, the centre is a great asset to the city.
Food and drink
With a myriad of different cuisines available to choose from in Carlisle, there's something to suit every taste. From serene afternoon tea in the Anazao Tearoom and Gallery to traditional home-cooked British fare in David's Kitchen, visitors can enjoy many a tasty meal.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Carlisle
What are the most booked hotels in Carlisle?Hallmark Hotel Carlisle is one of the most popular hotels in Carlisle.
If I want to stay in the center of Carlisle, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Carlisle are Crown & Mitre Sure Hotel Collection by BW, The County Hotel Carlisle and Hallmark Hotel Carlisle.
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