Old Vicarage, Walton

Old Vicarage, Walton


Old Vicarage

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Contact Name
Graham Shaw

In the village of Walton, about 2 minutes walk from the Hadrian's Wall Path. 3 double rooms in the main house and the Coach House with breakfast served in our conservatory overlooking open fields. £75 per night for two people sharing and £15 for each additional guest. £60 per night for single occupancy. All rooms have an ensuite shower, wifi, TV, tea and coffee making facilities. Home cooked evening meals (£10 per person) and packed lunches (£5 per person) but please book in advance. One room is dog friendly. We also have a microbrewery and bar on the site.

The Old Vicarage was built in 1838 with a small working farm to support the needs of the Vicar of Walton and his family. The Coach House and Stables remain with the main house around a central courtyard and have been converted to provide space for visitor accommodation. a microbrewery and bar. The whole property retains a Victorian rustic charm and little has changed externally over the last 100 years. Our popular local bar is open to residents and the public serving our own beers and those of other local microbreweries as well as wines, spirits and soft drinks. We are ideally placed for those walking or cycling Hadrian's Wall or simply looking to stay a few days to explore North Cumbria: Carlisle, Talkin Tarn, Birdoswald, Vindolanda and Housesteads are all nearby.


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