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Kirklinton Hall: Directions, Camping and Site Info

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Kirklinton Hall is just 6 miles north east of Carlisle

From M6 Junction 44 : Take A7 north towards Longtown.

After approximately 1½ miles, turn right after Blackford, signposted to Kirklinton,  Scaleby, Cliff and Longpark. Look carefully as it comes up quickly and there is no Brown Sign here.

Follow the road for 2 and a half miles until you reach the A6071(Longtown-Brampton road). Turn right to ‘Brampton’ then first left to ‘Roadhead’;  At the house on the corner, turn left and keep going until you see a church on the right (1 mile). This section now has Brown Signs.

The Hall is on the left about half a mile after the Church.

Nearest postcode: CA6 6BB  Click here for a map

Nearest railway station: Carlisle

Kirklinton Hall is not accessible via public transport. Why not have a look at GoCarShare to see if another picnicker can offer you a lift?

Please leave the site by 11am the next day
If you would like to bring a motorhome/campervan please contact us on 01768 899444.
No cars can be parked in camping area, be prepared to walk 2 – 5 mins with your camping gear.
Please help to keep the site clean and tidy and use the designated bins and take as much rubbish home with you as possible
No open fires allowed
BBQ’s are allowed as long as they are raised off the ground
The camping area has limited space. Please do not bring large gazebos, marquees or other large structures
Please respect the environment we would like to hold events there again.
You may not have mobile phone signal there
Friendly, well behaved dogs are allowed on site
Respect that everyone goes to bed at different times and keep noise down after 1am.
Parking is in designated areas only

Pay Bar
Drinking Water available


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