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The Lakeside Inn



"The perfect venue for those special occasions"

The elegant restaurant and bar area has magnificent views across the grounds of Brayton Hall towards the Cumbrian Fells.

Serving quality a la carte and bar meals with the emphasis on using local produce.


The Lakeside Inn,
Brayton,
Aspatria,
Cumbria,
CA7 3PY
Tel: 016973 20840
Fax: 016973 20854

www.braytonpark.net
 

Ewe Close Farm

Ewe Close Farm

"A real working rare breed farm offering a hands-on farming experience"


There are three breeds of cattle all classified as either 'native' or rare and the same is true of the six varieties of sheep.

Currently there is one breed of pig and a growing herd of goats, two Shetland ponies, five donkeys and a large collection of ducks, geese chickens and bantams

Ewe Close Farm,
Arkleby,
Near Aspatria,
Wigton,
Cumbria,
CA7 2DS
Tel: 01697 321917

www.eweclosefarm.co.uk
 

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Brayton Carp
 & Coarse Fishing Pond



"One of the few waters left in the UK holding true wild carp"

The pond is a beautiful estate lake of 8.2 acres with 2 islands.

Brayton Carp & Coarse Fishing Pond,
Estate Lake,
Brayton Park,
Aspatria,
Cumbria,
CA7 3SX
Tel:
016973 2135

www.braytonpond.co.uk
 

Brayton Park Golf Course

Brayton Park Golf Course

"Superb 9 hole course set in the grounds of Brayton Hall"

There are 18 bunkers on the course with 2 water hazards all set within the backdrop of Skiddaw and the Cumbrian fells.

Brayton Park Golf Course,
Brayton Park Estate,
Aspatria,
Cumbria,
CA7 3SX
Tel: 016973 23539

www.braytonpark.net
 


Alexander P. Kapp 

This small town in Cumbria is located half way between Maryport and Wigton on the route of a busy Roman road. The parish church of St. Kentigern, completed in 1848 replaced a Norman church and fragments of masonry and crosses are still preserved there.

 

Horse and Jockey


"The idea of a perfect pub?"

An olde worlde building with oak beams, a cosy interior and an open log fire. A quiet country pub where you can get a good plain tasty meal at a very reasonable cost, accompanied by a glass of well conditioned local cask ale.

A place where you may still play traditional games such as dominoes, darts, or chess without the accompanying throb of juke box music or clatter of one-armed bandits.

Horse and Jockey,
Parsonby,
Cumbria,
CA7 2DD

Tel: 016973 20482

www.horseandjockeyinn.co.uk
 

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Low Farm Riding Centre



"A friendly, family run busines"

Riding Tuition from age 4, for all abilities.

Hacks from age 6, some of which can be tailored to suit all abilities, even novice riders. Pub rides and Day rides for more experienced riders.

Pony Club Centre, enabling non-pony owning youngster the opportunity to join the Pony club and enjoy all the benefits.

BHS Riding and Road Safety Training & Exam Centre.

Riding for the Disabled sessions.


Low Farm Riding Centre,
Low Farm,
Threapland,
Aspatria,
Cumbria,
CA7 2ES
Tel: 016973 21846

www.lowfarmriding.co.uk
 

 

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