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Address: Kirkcroft Guest House, Glasgow Road, Gretna, DG16 5DU

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Once Gretna Green’s post office, Kirkcroft is now a lovely bed and breakfast less than 5 minutes’ walk from Gretna Green Rail Station. Free private parking is provided and the A74 motorway is within 5 minutes’ drive of the property. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in public areas. The World Famous Blacksmiths Shop, renowned since the early 18th century as the marriage destination of choice, is also within 5 minutes’ walk of Kirkcroft Guest House. Fishing is possible on several rivers, all of which are located within 1 mile of this property. Each neutrally decorated room has a TV, radio, a wardrobe and tea and coffee making facilities. Rooms also have an en suite with a shower and a selection of toiletries. Hairdryers are available on request.

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Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Distance 8.62 miles (13.79 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 9.07 miles (14.51 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.