Car Hire Carlisle Railway Station

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/12/2018-18/12/2018 at Carlisle Railway Station


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Car Hire Carlisle Railway Station

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Carlisle Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0830-1730
Sa 0900-1230
Su closed
Lancaster Street, CA1 1TF,
St. Nicolas Industrial Estate, Site 8

Telephone: +44 (0) 843 309 3016**

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Hertz at Carlisle Railway Station

Carlisle is situated between the beautiful Lake District in Cumbria and just 10 miles south of the Scottish border. Car hire from Carlisle train station allows exploration of the scenic Lake District and the south of Scotland, both of which are within easy reach. Hiring a car from Carlisle makes it easy for visitors to explore both the city, its castle and museum, as well as the surrounding countryside. Carlisle is less than 20 miles from Hadrian's Wall, which should not be missed and boasts many regular historic and cultural events throughout the year. Paying a visit to Carlisle Castle for a guided tour is highly recommended. The castle has 900 years of history and holds many stories of the city and its' Roman past.

Renting a car from Carlisle railway station is a great way to get the most from your time in this historic and beautiful part of the UK. History lovers are sure to relish a trip along Hadrian's Wall, which is the single most important Roman monument in Britain. From there, take a short drive to Lanercost Priory, a now tranquil spot that was once the site of many raids by the Scots, including one from the great Robert the Bruce! Another site well worth visiting is the Talkin Tarn Country Park, dating from the 1800s, which has a large lake, wonderful walks and family activities available.