This tiny museum occupies one of Carlisle's oldest buildings, built for the city's trade guilds during the 15th century. It's currently...
Built from the same scarlet sandstone as the castle, Carlisle's cathedral began life as a priory church in 1122, and became a cathedral...
Spanish cocktails, tapas and Sol beers at a tiny corner-bar on the edge of Botchergate.
Town-house dining with a gentlemanly air. Expect original mantelpieces and overhead chandeliers in the dining rooms, and a menu of suave...
Lonely Planet review
Carlisle has plenty of curry-houses, but Teza is worth mentioning for its metro-modern design (glass, chrome, minimalist furniture) and refreshing lack of piped sitars. All the usual classics are on the menu, alongside specials such as 'steamroller chicken' (flattened chicken marinated in coriander, chili and red onion).