Visit Wetheral and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Wetheral, Cumbria. A Benedictine priory was founded in Wetheral, which is about 5 miles East of Carlisle, but only the 15th century gatehouse remains. Near the river are caves said to have been the cell of St Constantine.
The Gothic Church of the Holy Trinity is 15th century, but has undergone considerable alteration. Apart from the stained glass, the most interesting feature is a large monument by Joseph Nollekens, 1789, to Lady Maria Howard of Corby. The figure of Religion points to heaven beside a young woman with a baby.
Corby Castle, built mainly in the 17th century, stands by the River Eden. The grounds were laid out by Thomas Howard before 1740.
Nearby towns: Brampton, Carlisle, Penrith
Nearby villages: Ainstable, Armathwaite, Banks, Beaumont, Belle Vue, Brisco, Castle Carrock, Cotehill, Croglin, Cummersdale, Cumrew, Cumwhinton, Cumwhitton, Dalston, Farlam, Gatesgill, Gretna, Harker, Harraby, Hayton, How, Irthington, Ivegill, Kingstown, Kirkandrews upon Ede, Linstock, Low Hesket, Raughton, Rockcliffe, Scaleby, Scotby, Southwaite, Springfield, Stanwix, Walton, Warwick-on-Eden, Wreay
Have you decided to visit Wetheral or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Wetheral bed and breakfast (a Wetheral B&B or Wetheral b and b)
- a Wetheral guesthouse
- a Wetheral hotel (or motel)
- a Wetheral self-catering establishment, or
- other Wetheral accommodation