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Welcome to Oddfellows Arms

Address: Caldbeck, Wigton, CA7 8EA

Telephone: 01697 478227 01697 478227

Hotel Description

The Oddfellows stands in the centre of the ancient and picturesque village of Caldbeck amidst the dramatic northern fells of the Lake District National Park. This traditional Lakeland Inn has a cosy 70 seater Restaurant serving great 'rustic' home cooked food while the bar offers locally brewed Jennings real cask ales. The OddFellows is on the 'Cumbrian Way', not far from the 'Reivers Cycle Route' and near the bottom of 'High Pike' which makes it an ideal base for exploring the Lake District and the local area.

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  • Pet Friendly
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Conference Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Family Rooms
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Country Retreat

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Keswick Golf Club - Keswick - Golf

Keswick Golf Club - Keswick - Golf

Distance 8.96 miles (14.34 km)
Cumbria has many great sports clubs and Keswick Golf Club is no exception. Located 4 miles East of Keswick on Derwentwater in the heart of the Lake District, the golf course is easily approached from the A66 at Threlkeld - the main route from Penrith to the West Coast. The golf club is renowned for its outstanding Lakeland views and superb facilities. Sitting on Threlkeld Common the course has scenic panoramic views of Blencathra - one of England's highest mountains - Skiddaw, Clough Head and other North Lakeland fells.

Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Carlisle Racecourse - Carlisle - Racecourse

Distance 9.05 miles (14.49 km)
Horse racing in the historic border city of Carlisle dates back to at least the 16th Century and each year Carlisle Racecourse holds the Cumberland Plate and Carlisle Bell races, carrying on a tradition which dates back to that era. Amongst it's innumerable 'claims to fame', Carlisle launched the first operational Tote on British racecourses in 1929 and notably Red Rum won at the Carlisle September meeting prior to each of his Grand National wins. Progressive upgrading of the facilities has taken place over the years but none as significant as the construction of a brand new 'state-of-the-art' Jubilee Grandstand which opened in October 2002. Race goers can now enjoy superb horse racing from their own private box or in the luxury of the new County dining room.