Irthington is a village and civil parish within the City of Carlisle district. The name Irthington derives from Old English and means farmstead or village on the river Irthing. Irthington lies on top of the line of the Roman Stanegate road which preceded Hadrian's Wall and ran from Corbridge west to Carlisle. Some of the building stone used in the south wall of the church of St Kentigern's chancel is thought to come from Hadrian's Wall, which ran less than 1km to the northwest of the village, though its stone locally has been robbed.
Housed in a former 19th Century Coaching Inn, The Sally offers luxury B&B accommodation. Each of the 5 rooms have been decorated and finished to the highest standard. All rooms are en-suite with shower facilities and/or bath. Tea and coffee making facilities are available as well as an honesty bar and drying area. Delicious home-cooked and continental breakfast is available every morning. Excellent dining options are available in the pub downstairs, from light bites and lunches, through to afternoon teas and evening meals – perfect for tired walkers and cyclists after a strenuous day.
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