If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Carlisle, look no further than Crown & Mitre Hotel.
Nearby landmarks such as Carlisle Rail Station (0.5 km) and Vue Cinema (0.6 km) make Crown & Mitre Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Carlisle.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Crown & Mitre Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Carlisle, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Viceroy, The Shabby Scholar, or Circle Cafe Bar.
If you’re looking for something to do, Carlisle Castle (0.4 km), Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery (0.2 km), and Carlisle Cathedral (0.1 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Crown & Mitre Hotel.
The staff at Crown & Mitre Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I stayed here on the 12th July, walking in, the hotel looked lovely, the room itself was what you'd expect for what I paid.. so no complaints there. Only complaint would be that I was there with my 2 little girls 6 and 3, we were put onto the second floor overlooking the square which was nice. The only drawback was that on of the windows would not lock shut, the window wasn't restricted in its height for opening so obviously this was not ideal. I spoke to the reception staff who assured me that this would be looked at. I never heard anything back. I had to improvise with a little screw to try and wedge it shut so my daughters would not accidentally fall out. Apart from the aforementioned dealing with the reception staff, the bar staff were very friendly.
We stayed 21 July with my husband and 2 teenage sons, we booked initially to use swimming pool facilites, this was not to be it was closed but I has been advised before we got there so I knew what to expect. Hotel is a fab location, a little dated but this is an old building staircase on entrance is lovely. The rooms were really warm due to the heatwave when I asked at reception for fans in each room, this was done quickly and was no trouble. We didnt have dinner, only breakfast, which was buffet style and plenty to eat available. I would not stay again, only because I have saw Carlisle now. I would recommend as a great base when visiting the city.
Stayed 5 nights in a suite overlooking Carlisle city square on a b&b basis. The room was large, a little dated maybe but perfect for our needs. All the staff were excellent and we never had to wait long for room keys, access to the car park etc. The breakfasts were on a timed basis that you had to book in advance. Again this worked great with virtually no waiting time and everything was kept topped up and to a good standard. We have stayed in this hotel quite a few times and it’s position is perfect for shops, cathedral trains etc. It was good to see that Carlisle, although having closures as has the rest of the country was still vibrant with restaurants and cafes seemingly busy as they should be in July. Nice touch of the receptionist to remember us, and is always so helpful. Look forward to return visit.…
Our arrival at the gates to the car park were locked and it took over 10 minutes for a member of staff to open them. She told us that it was full, but we could park in the local NCP Car Park. My husband protested that he is disabled and certainly could not walk back to the hotel with suitcases under any condition. A small space was eventually found for us to park in the hotel car park. The restaurant was fully booked on our first evening but the dining room was only 1/4 full. Room service was ok. Our room was small, but comfortable, although it took us a long time to work out how to open the intricately clad windows - the room was extremely warm. For us the saving grace of this hotel was the breakfast, which was delicious and we enjoyed joking with the lady in charge of service. Her staff were very professional and the staff on the front desk were most helpful.…
As is only right...the good stuff. It's a three star place and so you know what you're getting. Our triple room was big and reasonably clean and presentable. The bathroom had been upgraded and was nice although we couldn't figure out why the heated towel rail needed to be on. Facing the front, we were awakened at 7am with the council workers doing their thing right outside, so...no lie in!! The hotel is bang in the middle of town with free parking, so very convenient. Check in was simple and without fuss. Our short stay was somewhat spoiled by the totally disinterested attitude of the bar staff during the evening. No smiles, no welcomes, going through the motions. There was a crowd to see the football and they couldn't have been less bothered or organised if they tried. To cap it all, they had a hissy fit when asked to deal with issues - totally unprofessional, claiming wrongly that they had been spoken to rudely all evening. This hotel and it's owners might not have heard of 'hire the attitude and train the skill' - they could do with thinking about this and about who represents them in customer facing situations.…