Hotels in Carlisle
Cumbria welcomes thousands of visitors each year, most of whom come in search of the county's famous natural beauty. From the majestic Pennines to the idyllic Lake District, there's plenty of countryside to go around! But the county's only city can be equally captivating. Carlisle is packed with fascinating historical attractions and a vibrant cultural scene. The wide selection of welcoming B&Bs and fine hotels completes the package.
Our fabulous range of Carlisle hotels provide the ultimate in comfort and are a great choice for staying in the area. From budget to luxury, city centre to village location - there are a wealth of options to choose from.
Many hotels offers meals made with the finest local produce. Some have leisure facilities to unwind in and most offer secure parking. Several hotels are so conveniently located, you can step outside and instantly discover the beautiful city of Carlisle.
The Crown and Mitre Hotel, Carlisle offers the perfect mix of Edwardian grandeur, beautiful original features including a real log fire and elegant sweeping staircase plus all the modern comforts of home to create a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Our 94 spacious bedrooms and fully equipped Conference and Banqueting facilites, with an ideal central location, make the Crown and Mitre a perfect choice for business or pleasure.
The striking Victorian building is matched with modern, boutique interiors which makes the Hallmark Hotel Carlisle one of the most desirable places to stay in Cumbria’s capital. With 70 comfortable bedrooms all offering reliable WiFi coverage, freeview TV and round the clock room service, the bold splashes of colour are matched by genuine bold and friendly northern service.
Located on the border of England and Scotland, the Premier Inn Hotel Carlisle Central is the ideal base to explore all the attractions just waiting for you nearby. Start the day picking up some cool brands at Lanes Shopping Centre, or hotfoot it to the fascinating 900-year-old Carlisle Castle. Catch an exhibition at the Tullie House museum, a beautiful Jacobean building. Or throw your net a bit further to visit Hadrian's Wall.