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Crosby Lodge Country House Hotel
High Crosby
Crosby-on-Eden

Carlisle
Cumbria

CA6 4QZ | View map
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Overlooking parkland and the River Eden, Crosby Lodge is the perfect venue. With eleven beautifully designed and appointed en-suite bedrooms.

The deliciously exciting menus of authentic continental cuisine and traditional British fare, will leave you with a desire to return again. The Crosby Lodge sweet trolley along with their home-made bread and preserves are renowned far and wide. Daughter Philippa, an expert on wine, supplies and writes the list.

With 37 years experience the Sedgwick family and their staff have a reputation for excellence, personal service and attention to detail.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Crowns
Tourist Board Highly Recommended - Silver award
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11

Price per Room:

Double: From £165
Twin: From £165
Single: From £95
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Name: Crosby Lodge
Chef: Gavin Irving

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Disabled Access - Limited
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