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DISCOVER CUMBRIA

The ideal location to explore Cumbria’s spectacular scenery and unique heritage and culture.

Popular Attractions

Things to do and see on your holiday in Cumbria – a region of great natural beauty and enchantment.

The Lake District National Park

The Lake District is England’s largest National Park and home to some of the most spectacular countryside in Britain.

Now a World Heritage Site, its lakes and fells have inspired generations of artists, poets and writers, including John Ruskin, William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. Sculptured by the retreating glaciers of the last Ice Age, the Lake District exudes a rich heritage, history and culture everywhere you go.

Today, the Lake District offers an enormous variety of indoor and outdoor activities, fabulous places to eat and drink and great places to visit. No holiday in Cumbria is complete without exploring what the Lake district has to offer.

For more information, visit: www.lakedistrict.gov.uk

The Lake District National Park

The Lake District is England’s largest National Park and home to some of the most spectacular countryside in Britain.

Now a World Heritage Site, its lakes and fells have inspired generations of artists, poets and writers, including John Ruskin, William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. Sculptured by the retreating glaciers of the last Ice Age, the Lake District exudes a rich heritage, history and culture everywhere you go.

Today, the Lake District offers an enormous variety of indoor and outdoor activities, fabulous places to eat and drink and great places to visit. No holiday in Cumbria is complete without exploring what the Lake district has to offer.

For more information, visit: www.lakedistrict.gov.uk

Hadrian’s Wall

Walk in the footsteps of legionnaires along this most Northerly outpost of the Roman Empire.

Over 70 miles in length, Hadrian’s Wall is a World Heritage Site and crosses some of the wildest and most dramatic countryside in England.

Visitors can explore museums, ruined forts and Roman settlements along some of the finest preserved sections of the wall. The best places to visit include the Roman forts of nearby Birdoswald and Housesteads and the Roman towns at Chesters and Corbridge in Northumberland.

For more information, visit: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/hadrians-wall

Hadrian’s Wall

Walk in the footsteps of legionnaires along this most Northerly outpost of the Roman Empire.

Over 70 miles in length, Hadrian’s Wall is a World Heritage Site and crosses some of the wildest and most dramatic countryside in England.

Visitors can explore museums, ruined forts and Roman settlements along some of the finest preserved sections of the wall. The best places to visit include the Roman forts of nearby Birdoswald and Housesteads and the Roman towns at Chesters and Corbridge in Northumberland.

For more information, visit: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/hadrians-wall

Carlisle

Carlisle is known as the Great Border City and for good reason: it’s the most Northerly of English cities and retains buildings and artefacts that reflect its history as a military stronghold going back to Roman times.

Carlisle’s magnificent castle and cathedral dominate the city skyline and are well worth a visit. So too, Carlisle’s eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and shops. The city centre has been pedestrianised to make it easy to explore what Carlisle has to offer.

Tullie House museum is the place to go to find out about latest events in Carlisle. The museum also regularly holds exhibitions to highlight aspects of the history of the city, as well as providing a shop window for Cumbria’s thriving artistic community.

For more information, visit: www.discovercarlisle.co.uk

Carlisle

Carlisle is known as the Great Border City and for good reason: it’s the most Northerly of English cities and retains buildings and artefacts that reflect its history as a military stronghold going back to Roman times.

Carlisle’s magnificent castle and cathedral dominate the city skyline and are well worth a visit. So too, Carlisle’s eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and shops. The city centre has been pedestrianised to make it easy to explore what Carlisle has to offer.

Tullie House museum is the place to go to find out about latest events in Carlisle. The museum also regularly holds exhibitions to highlight aspects of the history of the city, as well as providing a shop window for Cumbria’s thriving artistic community.

For more information, visit: www.discovercarlisle.co.uk

Lanercost Priory

The tranquil setting of this Augustine priory hides a rich medieval history spanning over 900 years.

Located close to Hadrian’s Wall, the priory endured frequent attacks during the long Anglo-Scottish wars but remains one of the best-preserved and attractive Cumbrian monasteries. Its visitors included the English King Edward 1st who rested here in 1306-7, just a few months before his death on his final campaign.

The priory’s 13th century church is a treasure trove of history and medieval architecture and is well worth a visit.

For more information, visit: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/lanercost-priory

Lanercost Priory

The tranquil setting of this Augustine priory hides a rich medieval history spanning over 900 years.

Located close to Hadrian’s Wall, the priory endured frequent attacks during the long Anglo-Scottish wars but remains one of the best-preserved and attractive Cumbrian monasteries. Its visitors included the English King Edward 1st who rested here in 1306-7, just a few months before his death on his final campaign.

The priory’s 13th century church is a treasure trove of history and medieval architecture and is well worth a visit.

For more information, visit: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/lanercost-priory

Talkin Tarn, Brampton

Located just two miles south of Garth House, Talkin Tarn Country Park is the ideal venue for an early morning or evening stroll.

The park surrounds a 65-acre lake, formed in the last Ice Age over 10,000 years ago. The lake is great for fishing but for the more adventurous, you can sail, canoe or windsurf, or hire a rowing boat from the Park’s Boathouse.

You can also hire mountain bikes to explore the park and surrounding countryside, or simply relax in the Boathouse Tea Room and enjoy the views.

For more information, visit: www.visitcumbria.com

See our Talking Tarn Holiday Cottages page to view Garth House: luxury cottages in the grounds of a Grade II listed building, located just two miles from the lake.

Talkin Tarn, Brampton

Located just two miles south of Garth House, Talkin Tarn Country Park is the ideal venue for an early morning or evening stroll.

The park surrounds a 65-acre lake, formed in the last Ice Age over 10,000 years ago. The lake is great for fishing but for the more adventurous, you can sail, canoe or windsurf, or hire a rowing boat from the Park’s Boathouse.

You can also hire mountain bikes to explore the park and surrounding countryside, or simply relax in the Boathouse Tea Room and enjoy the views.

For more information, visit: www.visitcumbria.com

See our Talking Tarn Holiday Cottages page to view Garth House: luxury cottages in the grounds of a Grade II listed building, located just two miles from the lake.

Brampton Golf Course

For golfers Brampton Golf Club is home to one of the best courses in Cumbria for all year playing and welcomes visitors looking to enjoy a round and the club’s facilities whilst holidaying in the area.

Offering an undulating heathland course set in rolling fell country it provides golfers of all levels a real challenge, but this is offset by magnificent panoramic views of the Lake District Fells and the Pennines.

Brampton Golf Club is situated just 2 miles to the south of Garth House, close to Talkin Tarn Country Park.

For more information, visit: www.bramptongolfclub.com/Home.aspx

Brampton Golf Course

For golfers Brampton Golf Club is home to one of the best courses in Cumbria for all year playing and welcomes visitors looking to enjoy a round and the club’s facilities whilst holidaying in the area.

Offering an undulating heathland course set in rolling fell country it provides golfers of all levels a real challenge, but this is offset by magnificent panoramic views of the Lake District Fells and the Pennines.

Brampton Golf Club is situated just 2 miles to the south of Garth House, close to Talkin Tarn Country Park.

For more information, visit: www.bramptongolfclub.com/Home.aspx

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Our Fantastic Properties

Situated within the market town of Brampton, these two lovely properties lie in the grounds of Garth House, an 1830s Grade II listed building, which is the owner’s home. They provide welcoming and comfortable holiday accommodation, perfect for a relaxing break away.

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Elegant and contemporary styled throughout our 3-bedroom renovated cottage offer luxury accommodation for up to 6 people. Perfect for families wanting to go the extra mile to enhance their stay and enjoy a fabulous holiday in a unique setting.

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The perfect venue for that extra special weekend break or romantic holiday for two, our contemporary styled studio apartment offers guests first class accommodation and a taste of the luxury we all dream of.

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