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Warwick-on-Eden, Carlisle CA4 8PG England
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#9 of 60 B&Bs / Inns in Carlisle
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Warwick Hall Estate offers luxurious hotel accommodation two miles from Carlisle and the M6 at Exit 43 junction with the A69. Perfect for a stopover on the road north (dogs welcome!) or stay a while if you have time to explore Hadrian's Wall and the beautiful Border countryside. Private house parties are our specialty - it's what the house was built for. Take over the entire house with its nine en suite bedrooms for exclusive use. Delicious food, excellent wine, afternoon tea in front of roaring log fires, and everything done just as it should be. You'll find long beautiful walks on the estate right out the front door. Two miles of riverbank on the River Eden through ancient beech avenues, a huge walled garden, things to do, places to go.
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Sylvia D wrote a review Yesterday
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We were travelling from Cornwall to Perthshire and broke our journey at Warwick Hall which is literally only minutes from Exit 43 on the M6 - absolutely ideal . Our whole experience was just amazing from the moment we arrived until we left. Our bedroom was large, light with the most wonderful view over the garden, grounds and river, with plenty of lights and comfortable chairs and our bed was one of the most comfortable I have every slept in - the bathroom was HUGE with a great shower, loads of fluffy towels, great toiletries. Dinner was served in a delightful dining room and there was a huge choice (6 in total of each course) and each course was delicious. After dinner we retired to the delightful drawing room with a real log fire, loads of comfy chairs, books to read, games to play and chatted to all the other guests. Breakfast was another excellent experience too. Val Marriner, the owner, is a delight. I cannot recommend Warwick Hall highly enough and will probably go back and stay more than one night
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Jane Carter wrote a review Oct 24
Bradford, United Kingdom6 contributions4 helpful votes
After seeing Warwick Hall on Hotel Inspector we booked a stay for our wedding anniversary. It’s been an absolute treat. A beautiful setting, classic homely decor, great food, friendly welcoming owners and staff, and great walking. We were joined by Rhubarb the resident dog regularly, as this is her home after all. We will definitely be back. Warwick Hall is homely and comfortable with a very relaxed feel. 10 out of 10
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
190aldo48 wrote a review Oct 23
Skelmorlie, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
The River suite was not fit for purpose and unclean. We checked in on the 8.10.21 and unpacked and took our dog for a long walk. On our return we started to notice serious issues of cleanliness and general upkeep. In the kitchen there were cobwebs with dead flies attached behind the microwave . Same of high areas in kitchen. Rusty oven tray and dirty metal scourer in oven. Shower head was covered in gunge. Paint work in bathroom was appalling. Stains on carpet in bedroom. We reported this to the manager who had a look and agreed it was not at all acceptable and said he would agree a 50 percent discount. Security light at steps to the suite entrance wasn’t working , as a result accessing the suite in darkness.one of the bathroom lights not working also. Skirting boards in lounge hadn’t seen a duster in quite some time( there was a mascara pencil stuck to the skirting) later that evening the female owner confronted me and had been made aware of the issues. She was very abrupt and suggested we checked out if we weren’t happy. ( no offer of a full refund with this retort ) I removed myself from the conversation with her as she was lacking in even basic customer service skills . Later that evening we cancelled breakfast as by this point we were concerned about hygiene across the property. When we were getting organised to leave maintenance came to fix the security light, so much for privacy as they had full view of the lounge we were in. Coffee jar had about 4 tablespoons of congealed instant coffee and while packing up found 2 used earplugs in the bedroom beside drawer , left from the last occupants. All for the princely sum of £213.00. Our lovely Spaniel Tosca ( who was not greeted very nicely by the resident Dog Rhubarb ) enjoyed some lovely walks , location was only positive.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
John N wrote a review Oct 17
Airdrie, United Kingdom2 contributions
If you check the reviews someone else compares this establishment to being like visiting your Auntie and Uncle. I would take this up a level. I would say at this point "Granny" is a collective term for the experience of being a guest at Warwick Hall and not a reference to any one person. When you visit your Granny (or Nan) there are things which you expect. You look for evidence of experience in the hospitality of the people, the appointment of the apartments and the presentation and service of food. Granny always makes it good for you to visit. If the place is lived in but clean and tidy that's what granny gives to you. If you want to play in the garden or stroll around the house granny is good with that. If you need something and it isn't immediately obvious granny will dig it out for you and make your day. This is how comfortable my wife and I felt in Warwick Hall. We booked the 'Garden Suite' for seven nights. This suite contained a separate bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. In the rear of the large sitting area was a fitted kitchen compete with everything you might need. This apartment allowed us to have breakfast in the dining room then a light late lunch in the apartment before dining either in the restaurant or out in one of the nearby establishments. The breakfast and dinner menus were quite wide and reasonably varied. The standard of preparation was superb. I plonked for the english breakfast, sausage, bacon, black pudding (real black pudding, not a processed effort) grilled mushrooms and tomato and eggs to suit your taste. All well prepared and served timeously to the table. Dinner was as equally well presented. The menu had a few staples on it over the week but there was enough variety for it not to feel boring. The food was cooked to a high standard and the top recommendation was the treacle tart. A decent portion size and an excellent flavour. The grounds are delightful, we were blessed with good weather for the week and wandered all round the estate. There are many things to be enjoyed in a simple walk around the grounds. Overall this was a nice relaxing holiday in a very pleasant setting supported by experienced, able staff who worked very hard to provide and maintain high standards. We are grateful for all of the efforts made to make our holiday so enjoyable.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Room Tip: All the rooms are well appointed and comfortable, you might ask for either a river view or a...
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andrea m wrote a review Oct 13
Kidderminster, United Kingdom111 contributions62 helpful votes
Excellent stay, a lovely old country B and B , with super food and a warm welcome . Our room was amazing, log fire, super king bed, bath near the window plus a separate walk in shower and loo. Fluffy towels, nice smellies, and what a view of the river and fields. Gorgeous. Supper was great, scallops and then lamb and a panna cotta. Delicious. We loved meeting the house dog, rhubarb, who is chummy and welcoming. This place is very dog friendly and very clean. We will return. We loved our walk within the grounds to the walled garden. This is a special place.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: We loved the otterstone room, huge bed, great view. Hope we got the name correct! It has a log...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Warwick Hall
Which popular attractions are close to Warwick Hall?
Nearby attractions include VR Gateway (3.9 miles), Red Herring Escape Rooms (3.9 miles), and Solway Aviation Museum (2.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Warwick Hall?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Warwick Hall?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Warwick Hall?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Warwick Hall?
Conveniently located restaurants include Romano Pizzeria, Alexandros Greek Restaurant and Deli, and Padthaistr Eat.
Are pets allowed at Warwick Hall?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Warwick Hall?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Cartmel Medieval Village Priory (8.8 miles), Kirklinton Hall & Gardens (6.8 miles), and Banks East Turret - Hadrian's Wall (8.3 miles).
Does Warwick Hall have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the river view available here.