Appleby-in-Westmorland is a market town and civil parish in Cumbria, in North West England. It is situated within a loop of the River Eden and has a population of 3,048. It is in the historic county of Westmorland, of which it is the traditional county town.
Restaurants in Appleby-in-Westmorland
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Very helpful staff who are very knowledgeable about Appleby and its history. We had wanted to go into St Laurence Church, however, it was closed due to refurbishment which the staff at the Tourist Information office were aware of but apologised to us for as...MoreThank you for the lovely review especially in light of the fact that the church was closed during your visit. We look forward to seeing you again .
4.5 based on 33 reviews
We stumbled across St Anne's Hospital when wandering around the town of Appleby. What a lovely little property this is. Founded as a hospital, it has retained all its character and is now a series of really small cottages, surrounding a squared courtyard garden, each property with its distinctive pillar box red door. In the corner is the tiny chapel (again with red door) and through the courtyard to the rear of the property is a large garden/lawned area with views.
You can really imagine the frail and ill enjoying sitting out in the grounds here in bygone times.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Nice little gallery and coffee shop combined with lots of oil paintings and ornaments, not accessible by wheelchair.
4 based on 162 reviews
Deep in the heart of the Eden Valley, nestling alongside the meandering river Eden, stands Appleby Castle. This spectacular motte and bailey castle has been held by the Kings of England and Scotland and boasts one of the few remaining intact Norman keeps (not a ruin). Experience the tranquil stunning scenery of this special place. The most important fortification in the Eden valley raises it's portcullis for guided tours. A unique, entertaining and exciting experience awaits visitors to tour one of Cumbria's oldest, most prestigious and beautiful Castles. Appleby Castle has a rich history dating back to Roman times.
Stayed 28/01/18 Had a great time staff so friendly rooms great breakfast was so lovely Overall great time I’m defiantly coming back Will be booking again this time 2 nights
4.5 based on 35 reviews
The Garden Spa is a luxury spa on the edge of the Lake District Our philosophy is simple; from the moment you arrive we want you to enjoy feeling totally relaxed and indulged. Whether you are spending a couple of hours, a day or a Spa break with us, you are escaping the everyday and entering a world of calm and well-being.
The aqua experience left me feeling so relaxed. Staff were very helpful and the cheeky wee rose wine went down well.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
High Cup Winery is Cumbria's only winery and vineyard. Using modern techniques it aims to produce fruit wines in the style of modern boutique grape wines. Only fruit grown on the farm or in the local area are used in the wine-making process. Situated at the foot of the Pennines in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the winery enjoys outstanding views of the Lakeland Fells across the valley of the River EdenArt at the Winery is our popular summer art exhibition held during July and August. Also on display is a permanent exhibition of the geology of the local area around High Cup Nick. This was produced with the help of the North Pennines AONB Partnership in 2011, but has been expanded since to include more exhibits and literature. Visitors will be able to enjoy tastings of wines and light refreshments, including delicious home-made cakes, while viewing the exhibits.
Stopped in as saw a flyer in our rental home, friendly welcome by owner and sampled a few wines, damson was lovely as was the more unusual spiced beetroot.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We have seen so much beauty today but to locate this waterfall close to our accommodation really made our day.It is signposted as Rutter falls quite clearly from the main road and the approach is slightly tricky down a narrow track and there is a small layby to pull into....we did and got some fabulous photos of the old mill as well as the waterfall...then proceeded to drive through the ford.....absolutely stunning scenery with rented accommodation in close proximity.visited Oct 16th 2017
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Appleby Castle grounds are listed heritage parkland. Public are allowed to walk around the grounds. The inner bailey cherishes one of the few Norman Keeps still fully intact and in existence. Walk by the C13th round tower or C12th portcullis door. If your lucky the tea shop will be open and you can go inside the Old Hall.
We ordered afternoon tea through groupon which included castle entry. Id suggest this as it is significantly cheaper then paying at the castle directly. The food was very nice and was served in a very grand room in the castle. Customer service was excellent and we were able to wander round a few of the castle rooms after our meal. We really enjoyed the experience.
4 based on 12 reviews
Came here with some friends and my two girls its has two pools. We had a great time time and my girls have been asking to go again soon.
4 based on 2 reviews
If you want whistle and bells and a trendy gastro pub then not for you but if you want a friendly down to earth real boozer with very friendly locals who make you feel welcome and great bar staff and a landlord Andy who takes time to befriend a visitor than check this place out as by the time we left our weeks stay in Appleby the place felt like we had been drinking there for years, this is also dog friendly and has a real good atmosphere
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