Home From Home

Bed and Breakfast in Longtown, Cumbria

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6 English Street

Home From Home, Longtown

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Accommodation Description:

Home From Home is a perfect description for what you will find at this inviting guest house in the border town of Longtown. Situated on the River Esk, Longtown is a popular base for tourists, cyclists, fishermen, even prospective honeymooners, being just a few miles from the Scottish border and the world renowned, Gretna Green! Hadrians Wall, the cities of Carlisle and Edinburgh, as well as the Lake District, provide more reasons to visit this beautiful region, particularly when the accommodation you have selected is a true Home From Home. Hotel offers a locked garage for cyclists and motorbikes.

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From: £49.00

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