During your stay with us why not take a walk on the Solway marsh and maybe take in the delights of one of our beautiful and spectacular sunsets. Or during The bird Migration at the changing of the season, see the awesome sight as flocks of some 20,000 Barnacle and Pink Footed Geese take to the air as they leave here and return north to their breeding grounds.
Keep an eye out and you may see the fishermen out in the flat, shallow waters of the Solway sands and mudflats fishing for Salmon and Sea Trout with their Haaf Nets. This type of fishing is a long established tradition permitted only on the Solway and nowhere else.
Why not visit one of our nearby nature reserves. Finglandrigg wood is just down the road near the village of Kirkbampton, you may be lucky and catch a glimpse of a Red Squirrel or Roe Deer in their natural habitat. Then there is the National Nature Reserve at Drumburgh Moss in the next village. Maybe you would rather do a spot of bird watching, if so why not pop along to Campfield Farm at Bowness on Solway and visit the RSPB Reserve and to find out more about what the area has to offer click the following link. Places to visit in Carlisle
We are just 7 Miles from the western most point of Hadrian's Wall, and just 100 meters from the Famous National Trail Path which runs for 84 Miles, “135 Kilometres” from Bowness on Solway on the west coast, to Wallsend on the east coast.
The Coast to Coast Cycle Route is also very close by, running from Ravenglass following the Cumbrian coast northwards to Bowness on Solway before turning east to Tynemouth Taking you across some of the most beautiful countryside in the north of England....