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Carlisle Station Hotel

Carlisle Station Hotel is located on Court Square, Carlisle, a short distance from Carlisle Railway Station. The hotel was built in 1852 for George Head Head (a Carlisle Banker) and designed by Anthony Salvin. It was originally called The County and Station Hotel. The hotel was extended in 1866-8. It has had different names over the years, including The County Hotel, The Cumbrian Hotel, Hallmark Hotel and is currently (2024) The Carlisle Station Hotel. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Court Square Anthony Salvin (1799 -1881) 1852 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle George Head Head (1795 - 1876)
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Carlisle Station Hotel

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Hallmark Hotel, Carlisle

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THE CUMBRIAN HOTEL - Carlisle - List Entry
- Hotel built as The County and Station Hotel, latterly The County Hotel. Dated and inscribed on pediments G.H.H. (George Head Head, a Carlisle Banker) 1852; by Anthony Salvin; 1866-8 extension …

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List number: 1209676
List grade: 2
Post code: CA1 1QY
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4026255556


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