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Welcome to Stobart Truckstops Ltd

Address: Parkhouse Road, Kingstown Industrial Est, Carlisle, ca3 0jr

Hotel Description

Stobart Truckstops Ltd is set just off the M6 motorway and 3 miles from the centre of Carlisle. This simple motel offers a restaurant, a bar and free parking. Stobart Truckstops Ltd is set on a retail estate 30 minutes’ drive from the Lake District. Its rooms have heating, a TV and either a private or shared bathroom. Shops and restaurants can be found in the surrounding estate. The bar has a large TV and a pool table. Longtown and Penrith are within 20 minutes’ drive of the motel. Gretna and the Scottish border are less than 8 miles away.

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Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Distance 1.99 miles (3.18 km)
Carlisle Castle amply repays those wishing to explore its 900-year history. Once commanding the western end of the Anglo-Scottish border, the castle has witnessed, over the centuries, countless conflicts and sieges, as both the English and Scots laid claim to it. The original castle was an earth-and-wood construction, built in 1093 by William II. In 1122, when Henry I gave orders that the existing defences at Carlisle Castle be refashioned, work on the first stone buildings began. The city walls and the stone keep were constructed over the next decade, today, the great keep is the oldest building in the fortress complex.The elaborate wall-carvings in one small cell were probably made by prisoners of Richard of Gloucester in about 1480, but these werent the last prisoners to be held at Carlisle.

Carlisle College - Carlisle - University

Carlisle College - Carlisle - University

Distance 2.29 miles (3.66 km)
Carlisle College is transforming its estate into a 21st Century facility, with the first phase of this exciting rebuild now open.

We're going places so that more people can benefit from local first class learning facilities and get the experience, job or career that they want.

Carlisle College offers an extensive range of higher and further education, professional qualifications and community programmes, from access courses to HND's and qualifications from professions such as accounting, management and others specific to industry.

Eden Golf Club - Carlisle - Golf

Eden Golf Club - Carlisle - Golf

Distance 4.38 miles (7 km)
The Eden Golf Course is a hidden gem situated along the banks of the River Eden with beautiful views of the lake District and pennine fells. Tight tree lined fairways and numerous natural water hazards mark this course out as a great test of golf. Located just outside Carlisle and only five minutes from the M6 this course is a must visit for any discerning golfer who wishes to step outside the comfort zone. The Eden Golf Course is situated five miles from junction 44 of the M6 and only a mile off the main A689 Newcastle to Carlisle road close to the village of Low Crosby. Golf Lessons are available on an individual or group situation, non club memebers are also welcome.

Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Distance 4.86 miles (7.77 km)
Horse racing in the historic border city of Carlisle dates back to at least the 16th Century and each year Carlisle Racecourse holds the Cumberland Plate and Carlisle Bell races, carrying on a tradition which dates back to that era. Amongst it's innumerable 'claims to fame', Carlisle launched the first operational Tote on British racecourses in 1929 and notably Red Rum won at the Carlisle September meeting prior to each of his Grand National wins. Progressive upgrading of the facilities has taken place over the years but none as significant as the construction of a brand new 'state-of-the-art' Jubilee Grandstand which opened in October 2002. Race goers can now enjoy superb horse racing from their own private box or in the luxury of the new County dining room.