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Cornerways Guest House
107 Warwick Road
Carlisle
Cumbria

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A popular centrally located, Grade II listed Victorian property, situated in a quiet conservation area, just a short 5 minute walk from Carlisle's train & bus stations; near to many restaurants, bars & shops
Some 150 years old Cornerways retains many of itīs original Victorian features including a tiled hallway and cast-iron balustrade to the stairway.
All our rooms are tastefully decorated to the standard you would expect of a Guest House rated 4 Stars under the VisitBritain scheme and recommended by The Lonely Planet and Lets Go! travelers guides.
Cornerways is an ideal base for exploring the historic City of Carlisle with itīs mix of the old and the new. Venture outside of the city walls and the Lake District, Hadrianīs Wall, the Eden Valley, the Cumbrian Way and the Scottish Borders lie close by.
For a relaxed pace why not buy a ticket for the famous Trans-Pennine Carlisle to Settle Railway which runs through some of the most spectacular scenery the UK has to offer. Carlisle station is just a 5 minute walk away from Cornerways.
Want a more energetic experience? Why not walk the Hadrianīs Wall Coast-to-Coast path which is situated just a few hundred yards from us? Seeking a personal challenge? Why not follow some of our recent guests and attempt to cycle from Lands End to John OīGroats?

Whatever your reason for visiting us, we hope you enjoy your stay!

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Nearest Train Station: Carlisle
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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: Ģ30 - Ģ35
Twin: Ģ30 - Ģ35
Single: Ģ35 - Ģ45
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Open All Year - Closed Christmas & New Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
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