CLOSE TO CUMBRIA'S ONLY CITY AND A POPULAR BASE FOR EXPLORING HADRIAN'S WALL
Brampton is a small town situated in the North West of England within the county of Cumbria, north of the famous Lake District National Park.
Close to the historic city of Carlisle and Hadrian’s Wall, Brampton is an ideal base to explore the area’s stunning scenery and bounty of historically significant and culturally important sites.
The town and its immediate surroundings boast a diverse and exciting range of businesses from accommodation to attractions and everything in between! Discover Brampton aims to demonstrate everything the town has to offer, showcasing why you should put Brampton at the top of your list of places to visit.
POINTS OF INTEREST
From cafes to bars and restuarants
Whether you’re looking for a cosy pub atmosphere or a quirky cafe, there’s plenty to choose from in Brampton.
Hotels, B&Bs and self catering
Brampton has some great places to stay and a range of options to fit both style preference and budget.
From shopping to attractions
There’s more to Brampton than just heritage and culture. You’ll find a range of attractions from Trout Farms to watersports.
There’s plenty to do for all of the family.
Stunning scenic and historic locations
There’s so many places to visit while staying in Brampton.
Hadrian’s Wall is well known to visitors, but you’ll also find historically important churches, incredible scenery and an Area Of Outstanding Beauty in the North Pennines.
Situated close to Carlisle Airport and the city itself for rail links, Brampton is arguably Cumbria’s most accessible town.
That said, you’ll find beauty, peace and tranquillity all while being just a stone’s throw from World Heritage Site, Hadrian’s Wall plus a number of other historically important locations.