Cumbria Park Hotel, Carlisle

Located near to the Citys acclaimed ‘Sands Centre’, minutes away from Carlisle Citadel Railway Station and the City Centre. Ideally situated for exploring the City, Hadrian’s Wall, Lake District and South West Scotland.  Free secure parking and free high-speed Wifi is available for all guests.

General hotel facilities include a 24-hour reception desk, reception lobby, lounge and fully equipped gymnasium. Our Guests can also enjoy a hearty Cumbrian Breakfast, A La Carte dining in our Eden restaurant or choose to relax in our Lounge Bar which offers a light snacks menu as well as a range of local Ales and Whiskeys. 24 Hour room service is also available.

Built on the largest Roman Fort along Hadrian’s wall the hotel is steeped in history which can be viewed throughout the hotel, showcasing the cities heritage and located close to Carlisle Cathedral and Castle and Tullie House Museum and Gallery.

 

 

 

Our Rooms at The Cumbria Park Hotel

Each ensuite guestroom is individually decorated and furnished with complimentary tea, coffee, and toiletries. In-room facilities include a working desk and chair, wardrobe, hairdryer, and HD flat-screen TVs.

Remember to get your 5% discount by using our promotions code that can be found on the reservation page. Terms and Conditions.

If you have any special requests, please ask us when you make your reservation, so we can make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Read more about our rooms here

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Free Wi-fi

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24 Hour Reception

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Free Parking

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Gym Room

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Conservatory Restaurant

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Lounge Bar

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