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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Appleby-in-Westmorland

The historic town of Appleby-in-Westmorland is set in the heart of the Eden Valley and has been inhabited for over 1000 years. The St Lawrence parish church is thought to have one of the oldest church organs in the country. Places to Visit in or near Appleby-in-Westmorland Acorn Bank Garden and Appleby Castle are listed below.
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6.6 miles from the centre of Appleby-in-Westmorland
Take a Stroll through Acorn Bank Garden Acorn Bank Garden, a pretty walled garden in Temple Sowerby, near Penrith, is home to more than 200 species of herbs plus some delightful fruit orchards. A National Trust property, this is a classic English attraction with wonderful views across Eden Valley to the Lake District - all green fields, bright yellow cereal crops and grazing sheep. Take a stroll along Crowdundle Beck (look out for wildlife scuttling across your path en route) to r...
1.1 miles from the centre of Appleby-in-Westmorland
This spectacular motte and bailey castle has been held by the Kings of England and Scotland and boasts one of the few remaining intact Norman keeps.
0.5 miles from the centre of Appleby-in-Westmorland
The Garden Spa is a luxury spa on the edge of the Lake District Our philosophy is simple; from the moment you arrive we want you to enjoy feeling totally relaxed and indulged. Whether you are spending a couple of hours, a day or a Spa break with us, you are escaping the everyday and entering a world of calm and well-being. Just like you our treatment menu is unique, with most treatments being suitable for both men and women aged 16 and over, our carefully selected product houses now inc...
0.2 miles from the centre of Appleby-in-Westmorland
Appleby Castle has its roots in Roman times and is one of the few Norman castles in the UK to have been lived in continuously since its construction. The ramparts dug in 1095, the Keep, portcullis door, inner bailey walls, round tower and great hall of this motte and bailey all form the character of this relic from medieval England.
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