Appleby In Westmorland

Out of the way but on the Settle-Carlisle railway and minutes from the M6, Appleby is one of Cumbria’s lesser-known towns – except perhaps by the horse-minded - away from the Lakes but with a lovely castle and loads of character in its streets. Best-known for its annual horse fair, a bustling noisy event, but the rest of the year this is a quiet and picturesque old market town with bags of character and at the heart of excellent walking routes (including the Pennine Way)... Read More

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Appleby Manor Hotel

Appleby Manor Hotel

Situated just a short distance from the Lake District, the North Pennines and the North Yorkshire Dales, this charming country house hotel is set in its own grounds overlooking Appleby Castle. It has an AA ... More | visit website

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Royal Oak

Royal Oak

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The Royal Oak Appleby, a historic 17th Century coaching inn recently awarded a Visit Britian 4 Star inn Accolade offering excellent value food and accommodation in the heart of the ... More

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Tufton Arms Hotel

Tufton Arms Hotel

The Tufton Arms Hotel, a family run, recently refurbished Victorian coaching inn located in the centre of the medieval market town of Appleby.
Enjoy the luxury of your bedroom with rooms ranging from large suites to elegant ... More | Double Room: £55 | visit website

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