A tale of two countries from Carlisle Train Station
Straddling the border of England and Scotland, Carlisle is a city whose train station holds a colurful history, since being built in 1847. It boasts an ideal location in the middle of the city centre so you can explore its attractions with ease - with shops, cathedral, castle and museums are all within walking distance
Tour the stunning cathedral
Carlisle is known for its spectacular cathedral and once you’ve seen it, you’ll know why. The gold star ceiling is one of great beauty and the stained glass is breathtaking. Standing proud for close to 900 years the cathedral oozes history and style. There are guides and events throughout the year as well as a delightful cafe full of reasonably-priced treats.
Hadrian’s Wall - an emblem of heritage
Hadrian’s Wall is another reminder of England's heritage, stretching from one side of the country to the other. When it was built it spanned more than 80 miles and took thousands of men to build it. There are still fonts and ruins for you to visit and explore. Looking for cheap accommodation Near Carlisle Train Station? Travelodge Carlisle Central Hotel is only two miles away and Travelodge Carlisle M6 Hotel is a 15-minute drive.