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A village and civil parish in the Eden District of Cumbria , Crackenthorpe is about 12 mile south east of Penrith. The road through its centre became the A66, which altered its picturesque state. However, things went back to what they were before when the Appleby bypass was constructed.
Given the scenic nature of the hamlet, those who would want to take a date on a romantic trip can surely choose this destination. All you would ever need are some Crackenthorpe flowers and the scenery will mostly do the rest.
A large ancestral homes sits in Crackenthorpe called Crackenthorpe Hall. It belonged to the Machell family and was built before the fifteenth century. Over the years, it has faced a number of alterations.
During the Battle of Hexam in 1464, King Henry VI sought refuge at Crackenthorpe Hall when the Lancastrians were defeated by the Yorkists. He was the guest of the Machell's and was said to spend his time gardening while at the house.
One of the flower beds in the place is known as the King's Garden where flowers in Crackenthorpe can be seen. One room in the house is also called the King's Bedchamber.
According to legend, the ghost of Peg Sleddal (Elizabeth Sleddal who married Lancelot Machell) rose a carriage with six horses through Crackenthorpe when the Helm wind blows down from the Pennines in September.
Now, the house is available for rent and can accommodate up to 27 people. It's now a Grade II listed property.
Crackenthorpe Roman Marching Camp
The Roman marching camp in Crackenthorpe is unusually situated – its upon the line of the Roman road between Kirkby Thore and Brough Castle. This line originally passed about 200 feet outside of the north-eastern defences of the camp and on the same alignment as the disused railway cutting.
The A66 road passes by the north-eastern half of the camp while Powis Cottage lies inside the south-eastern defences and the minor road to Long Marton cuts across the eastern corner angle.
It's worth exploring the neighbouring areas of Crackenthorpe for its interesting sights. If you choose to do so, it's best to book an accommodation nearby so you have a place to rest after a day of adventure. You can make the stay romantic too – if bringing a partner – when you send flowers to Crackenthorpe to surprise them.
That said, here are some notable attractions:
Morland House Gardens – the garden at Morland House is a lovely 4-acre one with Morland beck flowing through it. The garden features wide lawns at the front bordered by yew walks and a long flower border.
Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill – a garden known for its collection of herbs and fruit orchards.
Brougham Castle – a medieval structure founded by Robert de Vieuxpont in the early 13th century. It's set in a picturesque location beside the crossing of the River Eamont.
Brough Castle – a ruined castle built by William Rufus around 1092 to protect a key route through the Pennine mountains.
King Arthur's Round Table – a prehistoric circular earthwork that is bounded by a ditch and an outer bank. It date's to about 2000 BC and is believed to be King Arthur's jousting area.
Penrith Castle – a ruined medieval castle built during the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville, who played a role against defending the area against the Scots. Richard, Duke of Gloucester and later Richard III, turned the place into a luxurious residence.
If you know someone from the area and would like to send flowers to Crackenthorpe to them for an anniversary, birthday or just to say thanks, you can do so through us! We have a large selection of bouquets that fit just any occasion. Plus, when you order flowers for delivery to Crackenthorpe from us, we ensure their next day delivery!
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Flower delivery information for Crackenthorpe, Cumbria
Our flowers delivery services in Crackenthorpe, Cumbria are usually made by DPD or Royal Mail Special Delivery. 99.9% of our flowers are delivered by 5pm on the requested day - (more commonly before noon), except UK Public Holidays. We also offer a range of next-day flower delivery options in Crackenthorpe, Cumbria - specific information is available during checkout.
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Delivering flowers for special occasions
At appropriate times of year we can also deliver Valentine's Day flowers, Easter Flowers, Mother's Day flowers, and Christmas Flowers to Crackenthorpe, Cumbria.
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