Rockcliffe Cross is a hamlet in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, located about 1 mile north-west of the village of Rockcliffe
and 5 miles north-west of the centre of Carlise
. It is situated between the estuaries of the River Esk
and River Eden
, which discharge into the nearby Solway Firth. There are a few farms nearby and The Esk Boathouse
is to the north, by Rockcliffe Marsh. The Castletown Estate
is located a short distance south of Rockcliffe Cross. Rockcliffe Cross forms part of Rockcliffe Civil Parish
Rockcliffe Cross is a village in the parish of Rockcliffe, in the City of Carlisle district of the county of Cumbria, England.
It is located on an unclassified road near the village of Rockcliffe and about seven miles away from the city of Carlisle. It is near the River Eden and the River Esk and the England/Scotland border. There is the M6 motorway a few miles away, which was the A74 road until it was upgraded and access to it was restricted.
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