Fiddleback Farm Bed And Breakfast

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Fiddleback Farm Bed And Breakfast, Wigton

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Fiddleback Farm is a Grade 2 Listed building over 300 years old situated 8 miles from the City of Carlisle and is within 25 miles of Hadrian's Wall and 20 minutes drive from the Lake District National Park. Secure and safe free parking is available together with free wi-fi Recently Fiddleback Farm has under gone carefully renovation and offers ground floor en-suite accommodation all rooms enjoy a wealth of exposed oak beams and exposed stone walls. All en-suite bath/shower rooms have been newly fitted and offer a selection of complementary soaps shower and bath gels and an abundance of fresh towels

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