FOR this week's edition of Nostalgia, we have looked back at memories from the Crown and Mitre Hotel in Carlisle.

The iconic building that stands in Carlisle dates back to 1905. 

The website for the hotel says: "The Crown and Mitre Hotel was built in 1905 on the site of the original Crown and Mitre coffee house which had a long and colorful history dating back to before the Jacobite Rebellion.

"The landlord of the day supported Bonnie Prince Charlie and he gave shelter to the rebels once they entered the city following the Jacobite siege of 1745.

"By the end of the 18th century the Crown and Mitre coffee house had become the main coaching inn of the city, a stopping place for both mail and stage coaches on their way to London, Glasgow and Edinburgh." 

The original inn was then demolished in 1902 to make way for the existing hotel, which took three years to build.

The site has been home to many important faces and figures during its tenure, one of which included United States President Woodrow Wilson, and as the photos show, the Manchester City team and Richard Madeley.

The historic Grade-II city centre hotel was listed for sale last year with an asking price of £5.5million. 

The hotel offers a 91 en-suite guest bedrooms, six function suites with additional parking space. It includes original features including a real log fire and elegant sweeping stair case.