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Hullerbank
Talkin
Brampton
Cumbria

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Hullerbank is situated in unspoilt countryside, central for visiting Hadrian's Wall, Lake District and Scotland. Talkin Tarn Country Park and Brampton golf course are within 1 mile.

Brian and Sheila welcome you to their Georgian Farmhouse dated 1635 - 1751, standing in its own grounds 50 yards from the road. Adjoining the house we have 14 acres on which we keep a small flock of sheep. 'A peaceful retreat', as one guest described Hullerbank, where we hope our guests feel welcome, relaxed and 'at home'.

The house is comfortable and fully centrally heated. With a cosy television lounge, 3 attractive bedrooms with private facilities, colour TV and drinks trays. Dining room where traditional breakfasts are served.

No smoking, no pets.

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Nearest Train Station: Carlisle
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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 Stars

Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: 38
Twin: 38
Single: 50 (single occupancy of double room)
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Children Welcome - over 12
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No Smoking Rooms
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