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North Cumbria: Carlisle
Carlisle, the Borders & the lower Eden Valley

North Cumbria
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North Cumbria
Carlislem the Borders and lower Eden Valley NN1: Carlisle The Borders & Lower Eden Valley
Maryport & the Solway Coast NN2: Solway Maryport & the Solway Coast
Keswick, Derwenetwater, Bassenthwaite, Borrowdale NN3: Derwent Keswick & the North Lakes


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We have divided Cumbria into it's four main constituents: North Cumbria comprising the lush Eden plain, the historic border city of Carlisle, and the Solway Coast contrasting with the mountains of Borrowdale and Keswick; the Eastern Fells including the Pennines and the eastern Lakes which flow into the Eden Valley; South Lakeland with some of the best known lakes including Windermere, Coniston and Grasmere; and the regions best kept secret - West Cumbria - an historic legacy of ancient ports, coal and iron industries and the wilderness of the rugged peaks around Buttermere, Eskdale and, of course, Brirtain's favourite view - Wasdale with Scafell.

You will find detailed information about each of the regions on the seperate pages. There are links to selected accommodation ranging from Youth Hostels and Bed & Breakfast guesthouses to 5-star historic hotels, transport options, attractions and other useful information which will assist you in planning your visit.

We have further subdivided the regions following natural and political bondaries, mainly based on valleys radiating from rthe central massif of the Lake District. Many of the regions have been names according to the chief river into which the waters of that valley drain.


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