The Inn's Awards
- Wednesday, 11 March 2020
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Inn Opening Times: Check-in: from 3.00pm Check-out: 11.00am Bar: Weekdays from 6pm, Weekends from 12 noon,
Meal Times: Breakfast 7.00am to 9.30am, Lunch 12 noon to 3.00pm, Dinner 6.00pm to 9.00pm
* some supplements apply
Here at The Inn at Brough, we host regular events, and celebrate special occasions. See below for more information on our upcoming events!
Unfortunately, due to circumstances out of our control regarding COVID-19, we are having to postpone our Wine and Cheese Evening on Saturday 28th March. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may have caused, but it is unsafe for us to hold the event as it stands at this moment in time. Thank you for understanding.
The Stainmore Pass was used from Roman times as the main East to West crossing of the Pennines and from the 17th to the 19th centuries was the posting road from Glasgow, Carlisle and Penrith to York and Durham. The first road along this pass was built by the Romans as a military road joining York (Eboracum) to Carlisle (Luguvalium) via Brough (Veteris or Verterae) where a fort was built to guard the Stainmore section of the road. It passed through the town along what is now Main Street.
Some old pictures of what was the Castle Hotel and Brough from the 1890's? onwards with conjectural comments.