Carlisle

Run by: Dee Carruthers

Accommodation in Youth Hostel rooms. All single rooms in self catering flats of 7 bedrooms. Also excellent cycle shop 5 mins walk along road. No meals available on site. But only 5 mins walk from town centre - with plenty of cafes/restaurants and supermarkets. The Old Brewery is part of the Old Theakstons Brewery and sits beside the River Caldew, opposite Carlisle Castle, and is a student hall of residence for most of the year converting into a youth hostel during the summer months.

Details:
Rooms: 7 - 56 beds. Rates: £25 (£21 for u-18s)

Contact:
Tel: 01228 597352
Email: deec@impacthousing.org.uk
Web: www.impacthousing.org.uk


Run by: Susan Harper

Friendly guest house with a unique attraction, 50m from Reivers route: complimentary therapies available - massage, reflexology and reiki. Spa suite, hot tub and sauna so ideal for an exhausted cyclist. Large garden, secure parking for bikes. There's an award winning fish & chip shop nearby, plus Indian takeaway and pubs.

Details:
Rooms: 1S, 2D, 1T. B&B: £30. Pk lunch: from £5. Eve meal: £8-£10. On route. VisitBritain 3 stars. Pub: nearby.

Contact:
Tel: 01228 711953
Email: hazeldean1@btopenworld.com
Web: www.hazeldeantherapycentre.com


Run by: Yvette Rogers

Warm tastefully decorated Victorian house in a quiet conservation area with private car park and only five minutes walk from the city centre.Tea and coffee making facilities and flat screen  TVs.  Laundry & Drying facilities; secure lockable storage for bikes and equipment. Evening meals and packed lunches available. Ideal place to stop if you've come all the way from the Scottish Borders or the northern wilderness of outer Cumbria!

Details:
Rooms: 1S, 3D, 3T, 1F. B&B: S £40. D £75. Tpl £110. Pk lunch: £5.50. 4-stars. Pub: 5 minutes. Lock-up/drying facilities

Contact:
Tel: 01228 409706 day or
Mob: 07970 209760
Email: langleighhouse@aol.com
Web: www.langleighhouse.co.uk


Run by: Martin & Rachel Perry

Ideal for groups, this small family run hotel has for years offered great hospitality to increasing numbers of cyclists flowing through Carlisle. The foundations of the Angus are actually on Hadrian's Wall, so it's obviously bang on for Hadrian's Cycleway, and pretty much spot on for Reivers. Recharge your batteries and quench your thirst after a long day's cycle with home cooked food and a fully licensed bar. Secure cycle store, drying facilities, packed lunches. A one-stop shop if ever there was.

Details:
Rooms: 2S, 5D, 4T, 3F. B&B: £35-£53. Pk lunch: £5.80. Eve meals: main course around £9. On Reivers and Hadrian's routes.

Contact:
Tel: 01228 523546
Email: hotel@angus-hotel.co.uk
Web: www.angus-hotel.co.uk


Run by: David Crossley

This splendid Edwardian hotel was built in 1905 on the site of the original Crown and Mitre Inn. There's a blazing log fire in the lobby and 25 rooms have been refurbished, with five of them now containing the full Sky package. It also has a family suite with a Playstation 3 and can take a family of 5 people.The swimming pool has also been fully re-furbished. The Crown & Mitre really welcomes cyclists and is a truly comfortable and stylish place to take a night off and rest your weary limbs. Great for groups.

Details:
Rooms: 16S, 78 D/T. B&B: £40pp (single supplement £20). Secure cycle storage. Excellent restaurant serving a wide variety of meals.