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Carlisle is the county town of Cumbria, and is in the north of the county close to therefore makes a perfect place from which to explore both the Lake District, and the south of Scotland, as well as being within easy reach of Northumberland and Hadrian's Wall country.

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In the meantime, please just click on the links for the full range of holiday accommodation, from hotels in Carlisle, to Carlisle guest houses and bed and breakfasts and self-catering cottages in the Carlisle area. There is a huge range of attractions, places to eat and other activities to suit all tastes. aims to provide a one-stop shop for holiday makers by providing easy an easy to use directory and information portal for all types of holiday accommodation and attractions in the UK.

Some of our favourite escapes...

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    The Ginney Holiday Cottages

    Holiday Cottage in Penrith, Cumbria, England

    The Ginney Holiday Cottages are two luxurious 1 bed cottages situated alongside our 4 star guest house. Ideal for couples with patios and rural views towards Penrith. The Ginney is...


    £ 300.00 - £ 500.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    Near Howe Cottages

    Holiday Cottage in Mungrisdale, Cumbria, England

    Near Howe Cottages, self-catering cottage in Mungrisdale , Cumbria, The Lake District. For more information on Near Howe Cottages please contact the owner.


  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    Little Byre Holiday Cottage ner Coast of Cumbria

    Holiday Cottage in Baggrow, Cumbria, England

    Little Byre is a charming two bedroom Cumbrian cottage with magnificent views towards Skiddaw. Located in a quiet corner of Baggrow, just north of the Lake District National Park i...

    Family Friendly  

    £ 230.00 - £ 410.00 per week

  • Hotel in Cumbria, England
    Edenhall Country Hotel in Cumbria Lake District

    Hotel in Penrith, Cumbria, England

    The Edenhall Country Hotel is located close to both the Pennines and the Lakes and fells of the Lake District. The independently-run hotel is in the idyllic village of Edenhall, ju...

    Family Friendly  

    £ 65.00 - £ 120.00 per night

  • B&B in Cumbria, England
    Abbey House Bed And Breakfast

    B&B in Penrith, Cumbria, England

    Abbey House Bed and Breakfast. Ideally located in the centre of Penrith in Cumbria. Perfectly positioned for walking, exploring, coast to coast cycling and more. 5 guest bedrooms, ...

    Family Friendly  

    £ 30.00 - £ 50.00 pppn

  • Stately Homes in Cumbria, England
    Carlisle Castle

    Stately Homes in Carlisle, Cumbria, England

    Impressive medieval castle built in the 11th century

    Historic Buildings and Monuments, Visitor Centres and Museums, Childrens Attractions

  • Stately Homes in Cumbria, England
    Lanercost Priory

    Stately Homes in Brampton, Cumbria, England

    A beautiful haven of peace and tranquility

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

  • Art Gallery in Cumbria, England
    Hesta Scene Gallery in Cumbria

    Art Gallery in Caldbeck, Cumbria, England

    Gallery and Alternative Gifts.Our working studio and shop is run by business partners and good friends Julie Coghlan and Karen Kennedy. We have a great mix of established artists a...

    Art Gallery, Shops

  • Cafe, Coffee Shop or Tea Room in Cumbria, England
    Little Salkeld Watermill

    Cafe, Coffee Shop or Tea Room in Penrith, Cumbria, England

    Cumbria's only fully operational Watermill with shop and tearoom

    Cafes Coffee Shops and Tearooms, Shops

  • Art Gallery in Cumbria, England
    Beckstones Art Gallery

    Art Gallery in Penrith, Cumbria, England

    One of the UKs leading Fine Art Galleries. Located near Penrith in Cumbria

    Art Gallery, Shops

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