So Much To Do …

Situated between The Northern Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and The Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site – with the spectacular Lake District less than an hour’s drive away – Farlam Hall is in the perfect location for exploring both world famous landmarks and wonderful hidden gems. Stunning scenery, walking and cycling routes full of scenic views, and plentiful historical sites are waiting to be discovered should you be able to tear yourself away from Farlam Hall’s luxurious surrounds.

Outdoor pursuits like golf, fishing and birdwatching are all well catered for, while for wetter days there are numerous country houses and museums in the area, as well as excellent shopping.

When you return, you’ll find our luxury hotel is the perfect place to rest your weary legs.

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The Lakes

Less than an hour away by car, the spectacular Lake District World Heritage Site is easily accessible for our guests, the perfect day out for those wishing to explore some of the country’s most incredible scenic countryside.

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Walking

Fill your lungs with country air and get out and explore. Wide open countryside, hiking routes and panoramic views are in abundance in the area surrounding Farlam Hall, with some of the most stunning scenery in the country right on our doorstep, waiting to be explored.

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Lanercost priory

Nestled in a beautiful and tranquil setting just a stone’s throw from Farlam Hall, Lanercost Priory is a fascinating visit with a storied, often troubled history. An incredibly well-preserved 12th century monastery, it suffered frequent attacks during the long Anglo-Scottish wars, including once by Robert Bruce in person. Edward I also rested here for five months, shortly before his death on his final campaign into Scotland.

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Hadrian’s wall

Farlam Hall is ideally placed to explore the Western part of Hadrian’s Wall.

Just 7 miles from the hotel lies Birdoswald, the longest remaining stretch of the Wall. Here you’ll find amazing views and walks, with the Wall stretching as far as the eye can see along stunning countryside. The site has recently undergone major renovation work, with a fascinating exhibition centre now telling the story of the Wall with hands-on fun and games for little ones.

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carlisle castle

Standing proudly in the city it has dominated for nine centuries, Carlisle Castle remained a working fortress until well within living memory.

It has withstood many sieges, contained a valuable royal prisoner, and been home to the King’s Own Royal Border Regiment.

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Talkin tarn

Just down the road from the hotel is the beautiful Talkin Tarn Country Park. The tarn lies nine miles east of Carlisle and two miles south of Brampton on the B6413 Castle Carrock road.

There is a 65-acre lake set amid 120 acres of farmland and woodland. The tarn is an ideal place for active recreation or a quiet stroll through the mature woodlands.

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cycling

Explore the breathtaking Cumbrian countryside on two wheels – we’re in such a great location for cyclists,

with routes to challenge even the most ardent enthusiast, as well as peaceful tracks suitable for families.

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golf

Bring your clubs with you when you visit Farlam Hall – the beautiful, wide open spaces of Cumbria mean there are a number of fantastic golf courses spread throughout the region.

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fishing

Relaxing, being at one at nature, and experiencing the thrill of landing a big catch are all part of what makes fishing such a great way to get away from it all, a true form of escapism – and we have excellent opportunities to do just that in the area around Farlam Hall.

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