Local Attractions

 Historic Carlisle
This borders city history goes back 2000 years with a fine cathedral, Carlisle and award winning museum Tullie House.

Carlisle Castle
Carlisle castle was originally built by William the Conqueror in 1092. It has been the setting for many battles and skirmishes over the years and more recently it is the home for the museum of the now defunct Kings Own Royal Border Regiment.

 

Hadrian’s Wall
The Hadrian’s Wall Heritage Trail and many historic landmarks are close by making Warwick Lodge an ideal base to explore the area.

The Borders
For many years, the border area between England and Scotland was known as the ‘debatable lands’. The families of the Grahams, Armstrongs, Elliots and many others fought and pillaged the area. Many buildings and sites remain today.

 

 

The Lake District
This world heritage site needs no introduction. Warwick Lodge is convenient to the M6 motorway taking you to the heart of the lakes in less than an hour.

The property is within easy walking distance to the centre of the fine historical border city of Carlisle, which includes the Castle, Cathedral and Museum.

The Sands Centre Theatre has a good selection of productions throughout the year. There is also an excellent shopping centre.

 

 

There are a number of excellent restaurants nearby which include, Greek, Italian, Spanish and British (all on Warwick Road). Also close at hand are Indian and Chinese.

Carlisle is a good centre for visiting Hadrians Wall, The Lake District, South West Scotland (including Gretna Green) and with good public transport connections by both rail and coach it is an ideal place to stay with, or without, a car.

Transport to and from the Train or Bus Stations can be provided if required.