The Cumberland Inn is a splendid family-run nineteenth century hotel overlooking the South Tyne River in the picturesque market town of Alston, Cumbria. The five bedroom inn is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Situated on the A686 in the heart of the North Pennines and 18 miles from the M6 and the Lake District, it is a welcome stopping off point on the C2C cycle route and Pennine Way. It is a hospitable base from which to view the local shops, galleries and inns around the cobbled front street, the South Tynedale Railway, or nine hole golf course.
The Cumberland Inn offers a public bar with traditional cask ales, a restaurant, residents’ lounge, meeting room, beer garden and bar meals. There is secured housing for cycles and dogs, drying rooms and an ample adjacent carpark.
The Cumberland Inn provides ideal bed and breakfast accommodation for weekend breaks or longer holidays in Cumbria and the Lake District.