Dalston Hall Hotel (Dalston) Reviews
Description:Dalston, Nr. Carlisle, Cumbria, CA5 7JX Tel: 01228 710271. Fax: 01228 711273 Tariff: B& B Double or Twin Room £175 per ... more
Newest Review: ... away from the historic city of Carlisle. I stayed there with my husband for two nights, and dined in the Grill Room on our first night. The meal was fantastic, my husband ordered a porterhouse steak and i have to say it was the largest steak we have ever seen! The meat was cooked to perfection, I had the tuna which was freshly caught. For dessert I had the chefs recommendation of the ... more
Customer Dalston Hall Hotel (Dalston) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/08/06 (Somewhat useful, 216 readings)
This is a 15th century castellated mansion, it is in the heart of Dalston village, a quaint village 15 minutes away from the historic city of Carlisle. I stayed there with my husband for two nights, and dined in the Grill Room on our first night. The meal was fantastic, my husband ordered a porterhouse steak and i have to say it was the largest steak we have ever seen! The meat was cooked to perfection, I had the tuna which was freshly caught. For dessert I had the chefs recommendation of the strawberry cheesecake which was delicious and my husband had the toffee pudding it was fantastic. I would defintely recommend this hotel, the staff were very courteous and ... Read the complete review
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