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Hotels in Carlisle

Angus Hotel & Almonds Bistro
14 Scotland Rd
Carlisle
Cumbria

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A family run hotel located in the Stanwix part of Carlisle, just a 10 minute walk to the city centre and 5 minutes to the Sands Centre for popular theatre and concerts. Facilities include free Wi-Fi, restaurant and free parking. This large Victorian town house was built on in 1850 where the Romans had a command headquarters for 100 cavalry, so the hotel literally has their foundations on Hadrians Wall. All bedrooms are tastefully styled and furnished including LCD Tvís, free Wi-Fi and fully refurbished en-suite bathrooms. Almonds is the hotelís quaint cosy restaurant, which offers excellent food, served in relaxed and friendly surroundings. The hotel make their own home baked bread, , soups chutneys, desserts and the dishes from the al carte menu are all freshly prepared to order. Every guest is assured of a warm and friendly welcome with a relaxing stay.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Person

Double: £36
Twin: £36
Single: £52
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Cuisine: English and Continental

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Facilities

Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For -Advance notice required
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
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