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Crosby Lodge Country House Hotel
Crosby Lodge Country House Hotel built in 1805 enjoys an idyllic setting in the heart of the peaceful Cumbrian countryside overlooking unspoilt parkland and the River Eden beyond.
This beautiful Country House is located only 4 miles from the M6 and Carlisle; a perfect setting for a restful nights sleep whether travelling or away on business, weekend breaks, weddings, superb dining, business meetings and exclusive use.
Situated on the Hadrian's Wall path this lovely Country House Hotel is supremely comfortable, maintaining a dignified aura of tranquillity and solitude: richly furnished with fine period pieces of the Georgian era, our guests feel instantly at ease and relaxed.
First class British dining and exceptional service
With over 40 years experience and still owned by the same family, Crosby Lodge Country House Hotel provides excellent friendly service. The restaurant celebrates all that is local and fresh, with its delicious cuisine complimented by an impressive wine list.
A country house hotel in idyllic surroundings
Before dinner, why not stroll around the grounds and pause a while to enjoy a delightful rural scene at every turn, where rolling fields meet an expanse of sky. The mature gardens have been lovingly and carefully planned: tumbling ivy softens architectural lines and cascades from the Lodge to meet the manicured lawns of the sun-drenched terrace.
For those who prefer the luxurious and personal touches to their nights stay, Crosby Lodge provides the perfect setting.
Crosby Lodge Country House Hotel looks forward to extending you a warm welcome.
We were delighted to welcome Prime Minister David Cameron who stayed at Crosby Lodge.
Crosby Lodge celebrated 40 years.
Taste sensation come along to the pudding club
Easter at Crosby
Grape Escapes at Crosby Lodge
Taste wines from some of the finest boutique wineries paired the some very interesting local produce.
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The Crosby Lodge Pudding Club
Indulge in a choice of puddings on the 1st Saturday of every month. Starting 5th November 2011.
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