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Wheyrigg Hotel
Wheyrigg
Wigton

Carlisle
Cumbria

CA7 0DH | View map

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A splendid 3 diamond hotel on the Solway Plain close to the lakes, hills and Carlisle. Also close to the Scottish borders, Gretna Green and the Roman wall, river and badlands.
Wheyrigg Hall is a family run hotel bar and restaurant set in a rural location. Originally an old farmhouse, the hotel has been converted to provide comfortable accommodation.

There is ample car parking and there are two separate function rooms providing seating for fifty and one hundred people so the Wheyrigg Hall is an ideal venue for conferences, weddings or other family celebrations. There is also a spacious dining room, lounge and bar with a homely cottage atmosphere.
Well known for its good food, not just locally, but much further afield in this country and abroad, Wheyriggs specialities include succulent duckling, traditional roasted turkey, baked ham in cider and local prime steaks. Home baking is a feature of our scrumptious sweet trolley and locally produced fresh vegetables are used whenever possible. Lunch, high tea and dinner are served daily in addition to our popular bar meals.

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