Premier Inn (Carlisle) Reviews
Description:Address: Parkhouse Rd / Kingstown / Carlisle / Cumbria CA3 0HR / England
Newest Review: ... when I looked I couldn't see anything. The room was also very hot and even when I turned the radiator off in the room it stayed on. I ended up opening the window for a while just to cool the room down and get rid of the smell. The room itself was very small, I was surprised how small it was compared to most of the other Premier Inns I've stayed at. There was no room to put a large ... more
Customer Premier Inn (Carlisle) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
On my way back from Bournemouth we decided we would stop in here overnight as it's a 10 hour journey home and we had to stop in Birmingham to visit family. We were driving up on the M6 and you take turn off at junction 44. As you leave the motorway you can see the hotel about 30 seconds later. I would say the entrance is quite difficult to find as you have to go round to the back to get into car park as there is no front entrance. It is signposted but I wouldn't say very well and the sat nav doesn't take you the right way either. Once getting to the car park we pulled up at the side of the hotel which was quite a bit of a walk to the entrance. ... Read the complete review
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