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Cumberland Mustard


Cumberland Mustard


"Produced since 1983"

This regional speciality honey mustard is available in seven varieties - Original, Garlic, Horseradish, Green Peppercorn, Vulcan, Whisky and Organic all available to purchase online or by mail order.

Cumberland Mustard,
16 Hill House Lane,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3TN
Tel/Fax: 01434 381135


www.cumberlandmustard.com
 

Cumberland Hotel



"The concentration is on doing the simple things well"


The bar is regarded by the local Campaign for Real Ale as a 'must visit', and is fully stocked with an emphasis on Real Ales and Cider.

They have the best range of cask conditioned ale in Alston and was voted Alston Pub of the Year for 2009.

All bar meals are prepared with locally sourced ingredients where possible.

Cumberland Hotel,
Townfoot,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3HX
Tel/Fax: 01434 381875

www.alstoncumberland hotel.co.uk

 

Alston

Epiacum Roman Fort


"The best preserved fort in the Roman Empire"

Although the Roman fort is undeniably the main attraction here, there is much more archaeology in the immediate vicinity, from pre-Roman and post-Roman times.


Epiacum Heritage Ltd.,
Castle Nook Farm,
Alston,
Cumbria
CA9 3BG

Tel: 01434 382080

www.epiacumheritage.org
 

The Miners Arms



"At the heart of the English Pennines"

At 1500ft above sea level in a designated area of natural beauty, The Miners Arms can lay claim to be the highest village pub in England. 

If you like excellent food, great beer  the warm feel of  wood burning fires and friendly family hospitality or you just like drinking at altitude - try The Miners Arms.


The Miners Arms,
Nenthead,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3PF
Tel: 01434 381427

www.nenthead.com
 


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Andrew Smith 

A small picturesque town nestling high in the beautiful South Tyne Valley with a steep cobbled main street and distinctive market cross originally donated by a former inhabitant who became a Lord Mayor of London.

 

South Tynedale Railway


South Tynedale Railway, Alston


"England's highest narrow gauge railway"

This railway operates narrow gauge passenger trains along a two and a quarter mile line along the scenic South Tyne valley between Alston in Cumbria and Kirkhaugh in Northumberland.

South Tynedale Railway,
The Railway Station,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3JB
Tel: 01434 381696

www.south-tynedale-railway.org.uk
 

Pennine Ways



"Leading independent estate agent since 1991"

Pennine Ways,
Market House,
Market Place,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3HS
Tel: 01434 381808
Fax: 01434 382264

www.pennine-ways.co.uk
 

Lovelady Shield Country
House Hotel & Restaurant


Lovelady Shield Hotel and Restaurant, Alston


"England's best kept secret?"

Elegant dining room serving varied and imaginatively prepared cuisine using mostly local produce.

Lovelady Shield Country House 
Hotel & Restaurant,

Nenthead Road,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3LF
Tel: 0871 288 1345
Fax: 01434 381515

www.lovelady.co.uk
 

Tourist Information Centre



Town Hall
Front Street
Alston
Cumbria
CA9 3RF
Tel: 01434 382244
Fax: 01434 382255


www.visiteden.co.uk
 

Overwater Lodge


"The home of fine foods"

Mouthwatering and innovative food goes hand in hand with a superb wine list.

Complimentary water and fudge gives an extra touch to enhance the setting.


The Overwater Lodge Restaurant,
Nenthead,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3NP
Tel: 01434 381271

www.overwaterlodge.co.uk
 

 

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