The Hall and its grounds are stunning, the breakfasts and food are heaven, the owners and staff are welcoming and gracious hosts.

"I have had the pleasure of staying at Warwick Hall on many occasions in family groups, as a couple and for private hire purposes and have thoroughly enjoyed each visit."

What an extra special family celebration we had at Warwick Hall. Nothing was too much trouble for Val and her staff. The food, rooms and surroundings were wonderful - in particular the cosy lounge which we made good use of.

"I cannot praise the place highly enough. The Hall is in a beautiful setting and I received an extremely warm welcome. My room was fantastically comfortable, spotless and spacious and the public areas are perhaps even more impressive."

"Every single thing about our trip to Warwick Hall was perfect: the beautiful setting is so tranquil that it makes you take that step back and relax, immediately. Whilst the Hall itself is impressive, it is in no way intimidating; we instantly felt completely at home."

Museums and Historic Houses

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
It boasts a wide range of exhibitions and events, brought together in one impressive museum and art gallery. Being the meeting point of the History, Nature and Art in one of Britain’s most fascinating regions in the North West means that Tullie House is recognised for its exciting, varied events and exhibitions programmes.

Carlisle Cathedral
It may not be the best known medieval Cathedral in England, it is certainly not the biggest, but it delights its many visitors.Carlisle Cathedral is one of the jewels of North West

England and, after standing on the border with Scotland for almost 900 years, it has a lively story to tell. 

Worship is offered every day of the year, with sung Evensong in term time every day except Saturday. Visitors of all traditions and faiths are always welcome to join the congregation at these services.There are fascinating stories of faith, hope and love to discover here.

Lanercost Priory
The tranquil setting of Lanercost Priory today belies its turbulent history. It was founded in 1169 (or thereabouts) as an Augustinian monastery and the priory suffered numerous devastating Scottish raids, including one led by Robert the Bruce. Despite being "dissolved" by Henry VIII in 1536 (during the dissolution of the monasteries) parts of the original foundation survive and are in use to this day.

It's open between April and October (10.00-6.00). Adjacent farm buildings have recently been converted into a delightful tearoom, craft gallery and farm shop.