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Welcome to Fiddleback Farm

Address: West Woodside, Wigton, CA7 8BA

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Around 8 miles from Carlisle, Fiddleback Farm offers attractive en suite accommodation within 25 minutes of the Lake District, Solway Coast and the Scottish Borders. Dating back more than 300 years, Fiddleback Farm provides free parking and WiFi and a range of breakfasts. With sandstone walls and oak beams, each room has a TV, alarm clock and tea and coffee facilities with hot chocolate, biscuits and bottled water. Each room has an en suite bath and shower with toiletries and towels provided. Full English breakfasts are cooked to order, and there is a selection of fresh fruit, cereals, juice, tea and coffee. You can also enjoy Scottish kippers, omelettes or smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. High-quality evening meals can also be ordered in advance, with a range of English and continental dishes made with fresh, local produce. Fiddleback Farm lies around 15 minutes’ drive from the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and 23 miles from the popular Lake District town of Keswick. Just across the Scottish border, Gretna Green is 18 miles away, and Carlisle Castle and Carlisle Cathedral are among city attractions within 20 minutes’ drive.

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Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Distance 6.35 miles (10.16 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.