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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Pool Table
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Laundry, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 1 year stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night in a crib.
All children under 14 years are charged GBP 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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An independent, family-run hotel in an extended Victorian home, with many impressive original features. Close to the center of Carlisle and the M6 freeway.
Score from 167 reviews Good
a very short drive from the M6 brought us to this haven of calm. Excellent staff made for a delightful overnight stay. Delicious dinner
very quiet indeed. clearly recovering from a large wedding but this in no way diminished the charm of our welcome and service at dinner
A comfortable character hotel with excellent modern bedrooms. The staff are friendly and attentive, the service excellent. The food was magnificent and well priced.
The lounge area although a lovely period room was sparsely furnished but this is nit picking!
Meal in restaurant excellent Recommend steak!
Asked for quiet room got one with kitchen extractor fan outside. did stop at 10.30 after complained restarted 8am. Pity as lovely room but wouldn't market it as superior.
The retaurant food was simply excellent Staff well trained and freindly
I did not like having to leave..
The room was of a good size, slept like a log, so the bed was perfect. The food was good and plentiful. The service during the meal was very attentive.
I waited over 25 minutes trying to check out. After ringing the bell too many times to mention, no one came, so I left without seeing a soul. 2 weeks later I still haven't got my invoice. This made me late with my onwards journey.
quiet comfortable . Food excellent.
Great grand place Huge room Great bed Great bath Yum breakfast Helpful and friendly staff Beautiful gardens
Was a tad expensive
We stayed in a tower with all the mod cons. Our own private entrance up the tower stairs. The food was fabulous and the service amazing.
The meals were top class
Being offered the turret as a room when we had booked well in advance
The hotel is extremely nice in beautiful surroundings. The staff were all extremely pleasant and welcoming.
Rooms excellent. Nice quiet rooms Food in restaurant excellent Reception and breakfast staff excellent.
view from restaurant over Nestle factory not good. Suggest a barrier of trees to block view. Showers in rooms would not regulate properly, only hot to very hot!!!
We had our wedding reception there and it was awesome. Dalston hall made it brilliant. The rooms were lovely. Food excellent and staff helpful. It felt really special.
We had to leave eventually
Very comfy beds and lovely bathroom. Excellent breakfast.
Too dark and dingy inside although the dining room was light and airy. Gardens could do with an overhaul although there were some lovely trees.
The room and the breakfast was excellent
The whirlpool bath did not work and you were charge for having a bottle of your own wine (£20 corkage) in your room
Lovely building and lovely staff
Nothing really was happy with everything.
The setting of the venue in the location.
Very rude and unhelpful manager with lots of attitude which has clearly worked its way down through the staff. So sad and unnecessary. Food you expect to be pricey at a venue like this but lack of attention to detail and like it or lump it attitude made it overpriced for what you got and the manner in which you got it and what you got. Such a shame. Not a good way to finish what was a fabulous weeks holiday up to that point.
Very hot room with unreliable wifi connection. The first point perhaps reflects the age of the hotel, but the second is not good enough in today's e-world.
Room Evening meal Surroundings
Comfortable and well equipped room.
No internet in room; was told we should have found "tower" but that if not someone might have disturbed to router in that room. Piano music playing when we arrived; at dinner time horrid modern music and when I asked whether something could be done, I was told they had no authority to change and that was considered relaxing for the evening - not for us it wasn't. Poor choice of wine by the glass - one white and one red. The red was French but no indication of the type of grape in its make up. Funereal decor in the dining room - black napkins and table cloths. No pepper mill - one was eventually produced but was not left with us for the meal. My friend's sparkling mineral water was poured from an opened large bottle and was somewhat flat. My main course, rack of lamb, was extremely fatty; hers was better. No indication as to where breakfast was to be served next morning. Breakfast adequate but nothing to write home about. Coffee particularly disappointing. I asked if there was a French press/cafetiere and was told somewhat frostily that the coffee was fresh. However, it was not good. Generally the grounds looked neglected.
Lovely hotel surrounding . Food excellent and friendly service. If I was in the region again it would be the only place I would stay
Very comfortable beds, rooms beautifully appointed and exceptionally clean. Lovely location and friendly, and for the most part, helpful staff. Restaurant meals - probably the best rib eye steak I have ever eaten, albeit expensive. £26 for the steak alone, anything else - salad, veggies - was an extra £3 per serving. Excellent wine list and good house wine. Tower room up circular stone staircase very atmospheric. Good cooked breakfast and quick check out. Help readily available to get luggage down the narrow staircase. Lovely setting for weddings and permanent marquee to house larger weddings being built.
No heat in room or bathroom until 6pm - even then it did not come on. Complained 3 times ( it was a cold day) and was variously told the system couldn't be overridden, it was an old building which took 2 days to heat up, use the blower heater in the room ( no use when you are asthmatic). Eventually offered a change of rooms, had to repack and porter would deliver luggage to the new room while I had dinner. He delivered it to the wrong room! Having originally checked in mid afternoon, I eventually was able to unpack at 9 pm. Large plastic bucket to catch drips from leaking roof in breakfast room. Black napery in restaurant and breakfast room very gloomy. Limited cold breakfast choices but very good cooked choices. No offer of paper or wake up call at check in, no interest in how my stay had been at check out.
Loved the small, country club feel of the hotel. The small number of rooms makes it feel more like a private club than a hotel. The rooms themselves are very comdortable and characterful. The food in the restaurant is consitently excellent - all our party loved their dishes. Although service was slow, it was worth the wait!
There were very few staff around. One young man who seemed ro be responsible for registrarion, showing people to their rooms, serving behind the bar and wairing on tables at dinner. The young girl assisting at dinner was also present at breakfast. Both were very friendly and competent but seemed a bit overwhelmed at times. Dinner was much later than we had booked, though waiting in the bar was fine, we were very hungry when it arrived.
The building was nice.
Pool table in reception area, enormously understaffed, no one on reception at check out time. The receptionist that checked us in then served us dinner too. Overrated and overpriced.
Breakfast was lovely, bed and linen very nice . Nice location
Restaurant closed 8.45pm and felt bit rushed and thought food bit over priced, enjoyed our stay but very pricey for stay and food. Staff nice but felt I was holding them up from getting to bed!!
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