Alston Hotels

Alston is a small town in Cumbria, it is England's highest market town and stands amongst the moors and fells of the North Pennines. The Alston Hotels many privately owned offer the perfect platform from which to explore this idyllic area, they welcome families, tourists, the business guest and the honeymoon couple.

Alston is strategically placed as it is at a crossroads where five roads meet, making it an important local centre, it provides a busy and lively hub whose cobbled streets front old world shop frontages home to arts and crafts shops, pavement cafes, restaurants, boutiques and traditional pubs and art galleries hosting local artists work.

It is an area coloured with industrial heritage found at the south Tynedale railway and the local lead mining museums, industrial workings are found lying disused and now blend back into nature, it is one of the few truly unspoilt landscapes left in England. The town's map is dotted with many pubs each boasting a unique character; some are free houses, serving local beers originating from the microbreweries springing up all over Cumbria.

An area that boasts magnificent countryside and offers its visitors extensive walking and hiking trails, its fine hotels are found wrapped in acres of private ground providing privacy and exclusivity and panoramic views. The Country Hotels flanking the village offer heritage buildings and many are privately owned and so provide a personalised service and meticulous attention to detail they are placed only a short drive from the Lake District, Carlisle, the Scottish Borders, the Northern Durham Dales, the famous Yorkshire Dales and Hadrian's Wall.

Many Honeymoon couples choose this destination as the backdrop provided is exceptional and unique accommodation venues ensure memories of a lifetime.

Alston Hotels promise a friendly atmosphere, efficient service, comfort and personalised attention in an, idyllic setting.