Midtown Farm Bed and Breakfast

Easton, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 5DL

Visit England 4 Star
Late Availability / Special Offers
Winter Offer

20% discount - valid with 2 night stays or more

Book quoting UKTT by email janice@midtown-farm.co.uk or phone 01228576550

A warm welcome awaits you at Midtown Farm Bed and Breakfast. Located on the beautiful Solway Coast but within easy reach of Carlisle, the Scottish Borders and the Lakes.

Our 3 bed and breakfast rooms are warm and comfortable and furnished to a high standard. We have a double, twin and family room. Cots, fold down bed and high chairs are available. Our large range of breakfast items are freshly prepared using the finest locally sourced and homemade produce. Special diets can be catered for. Ample private parking is available. FREE WIFI in all rooms. Credit card payment facilities. Facilities: Ensuite, TV, coffee/tea making facilities, hair dryers, toiletries.
You can find us in the hamlet of Easton on the Solway Coast in Cumbria. We are close to the Hadrians Wall Path and Cycleway, RSPB Camfield Marsh and the Solway Wetlands Nature Reserves.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • WiFi


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