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Scotch Arms Mews Bed & Breakfast
34 - 35 Main Street, Brampton, Cumbria, Brampton, CA8 1SB
   +44 (0)16977 41409
Single from: £55.00
Double from: £55.00
per room per night
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Within the city of Carlisle lies the small market village of Brampton England. This ancient town was founded in the seventh century and is known for its historic building built of red sandstone. It is also known for the 1746 hanging of six of the Bonnie Prince Charlie's supporters. The Capon Tree Monument is outside the town center to remember these men.

An interesting building to visit is in the center of Brampton. Here you will find the Tourist Information Center but that's not the only reason to visit it. The Moot hall was built in 1817 by the Earl of Carlisle and is octagonal in shape. Its unique shape is worth the trip to the tourist center.

Since you are checking out architecture, it's time to head over to St. Martin's Church. This ancient church is the only church to have been designed by the Pre-Raphaelite architect Philip Webb. This church is home to the Sir Edward Burne-Jones designed stain glass windows. Only the Chancel remains of this lovely old church.

Next to the remains of the St. Martin's church is Hadrian's Wall. This wall is considered to be among the most important monuments left built by the Romans. Stretching an astonishing seventy three miles it runs from Wallsend across the neck of England to the Solway in North West Cumbria. This remarkable structure still stands all these years later.

Just outside of Brampton is the Talkin Tarn County Park. Visit here and enjoy the sixty-five acre lake set in one hundred twenty acres of wood and farmland. This is a wonderful place just to kick back and relax a little bit and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Another place to visit is the Lancercost Priory. Founded in 1166 by Henry II and completed in 1220 the prior was in use for nearly 370 years until the monasteries were dissolved in 1536. Many of the canons of the Lancercost Priory came from Norfolk during this time. Visitors can view early English architecture, especially on the front of the building. Here they can see a carved statue of Saint Mary Magdalene who is the patron saint of this priory. The Priory remains of the North and South Transepts, The Sanctuary, Choir, and Cellarium are now in the hands of the English Heritage. Visitors will enjoy viewing the foru story medieval fortified tower, which was remodeled in the sixteenth century.

The ancient town of Brampton beauty and history make it an important tourist stop when in England.

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