Our Shepherd’s Hut has been exquisitely made for us by a local craftsman to a bespoke design and is a luxurious glamping experience in the heart of the Lake District. It’s a cosy holiday hideaway for 2, located on the outskirts of the touring park with a fabulous view of Moor How.
If you’re new to glamping, this is a perfect choice; more luxurious than a traditional camping pod and packed with home comforts. Our Shepherd’s Hut is beautifully furnished throughout with comfortable accommodation and plush cushions and throws.
The Hut sleeps 2 people on a double bed. There is also a sofa and table.
Underfloor heating will keep you warm and cosy, even on the coolest of days, and when the sun shines you can enjoy the views from balcony seating area.
The hand-crafted kitchenette houses a Butlers sink, small fridge/ice box, microwave, kettle and toaster with small amounts of crockery and cutlery.
Unfortunately, we’re unable to accept pets in the Shepherd’s Hut.
Price per night from £77.00.
If you want the height of luxury whilst you are camping, why not hire one of our private bathrooms for your own personal use? These cost just £15.00 per night.
The Shepherds Hut Max 2 persons
Sorry but no open fires are permitted at Park Cliffe Caravan and Camping Park. BBQs are fine, but must be raised off the grass.
Dogs are allowed in certain static caravans at an extra charge of £40 per...
We do accommodate campers and tourers. We have private owners too with 46 holiday caravans and 9 holiday lodges but that section of the park is completely separate.
We welcome well trained dogs that must be kept on a lead when on...
We have free Wi-Fi throughout the park. The service we offer will not be...
We have both electric and non electric camping area. Our non electric camping area is located on ‘Fellside’ and is not allocated. Tent pitches with electric hook up are allocated. We have a 6amp electric hook up on’ Ghyllside’.
For the safety and comfort of guests, the maximum occupancy is 4 people for...
Please visit Fellside Bar & Restaurant page for current details.
Included in the private bathrooms there is: a full size bath with shower attachment,...
Yes BBQs are fine, but must be raised off the grass. Stands are available in reception if required for a £5 returnable deposit.
Yes, dogs are welcome to stay in our standard pods only. The standard pods...
We’re sorry, the self-catering cottage is a pet free accommodation.
Each of our caravan holiday homes has its own enclosed deck, so children can...
Yes, there are fish in Coniston and it’s a popular with anglers. Species include rainbow trout, brown trout and pike.
Yes there are plug sockets are available in the shower blocks. These are suitable...
Our private bathrooms are accessed via stairs above our facility block. They can be booked for exclusive use at £15/nt.
We have 2 x 7kw electric car charging points in the main car park. Tokens at £2.50 for an hour, purchase from reception.
Ice packs can be frozen in reception, and we have frozen blocks that can be borrowed whilst yours are freezing down. No charge for this service.
Yes, kayaking and canoeing are both permitted on Coniston. The picturesque lake is ideal for beginners as well as experienced kayakers.
Yes, it is possible to launch your own boat at Coniston. The most convenient place is at Coniston Boating Centre.
No, you cannot live in your holiday home. You are restricted to using it for holiday or recreational purposes only.
Yes, Bassenthwaite is a wonderful place to go paddleboarding in the Lake District.
Yes, there is allocated parking for 1 car next to the Shepherds Hut. If you are bringing more than one car, the second should be parked in the car park next to reception. Any commercial vehicles must be parked in the car park.
Yes, parking is available near the pods. We would ask you to leave it...
We would ask you to leave it on the track rather than on the...
I'm sorry we do not take table bookings. For up to date information on our opening hours and different food offerings please visit Fellside Bar & Restaurant page.
Immediate family and close, personal friends are all welcome to use your privately owned holiday home. We do not allow the commercial letting out of caravans or lodges on the park.
We do not have a storage facility, but out of the main season you...
Absolutely! You are more than welcome to use your own kayak or canoe on Coniston
There is no lake access nearby, as the land is privately owned. We do...
Unfortunately we are currently unable to offer finance when purchasing holiday homes at Park Cliffe.
We cannot control the weather, so unfortunately no refunds are given for early departures.
Yes, you can fish on Bassenthwaite Lake. It’s a lovely place to spend the day.
Yes, paddleboarding is allowed on Coniston Water and you do not need a permit. You can bring your own gear or hire a paddleboard from Coniston Water Boating Centre for a small charge.
Yes, cold water swimming is a popular activity on Coniston Water.
Yes, it is possible to swim in Bassenthwaite. It’s much quieter than neighbouring lakes thanks to motorised craft (except electric vessels) being banned.
Yes, it is possible to walk around Coniston Water and the route is approximately 14 miles.
It is possible to walk around some sections of Bassenthwaite, but there is not a complete circular route.
No. All costs are included in the initial price paid, there are no hidden...
No, the showers are free of charge and are open all the time.
Yes, we use the standard contract produced by our trade association, the BH&HPA, and the NCC (National Caravan Council).
While we don’t encourage group bookings generally, we understand that on occasions you may wish to holiday with friends and family. Please contact the office before booking so we can understand the expectations for your holiday and agree our sites rules.
No, you will be shown our caravans by the Park Manager or one of...
We have full seasonal touring pitches; please ask the office for availability. Our season is March to the end of November. We also have a limited number of part seasonal pitches in 2021 from 1st September to 30th November.
No, we occasionally have good second hand caravans in a range of prices. Sadly we can’t predict what second hand caravans we will have at any time.
Please see our events page for various quiz nights and live music.
We have TV screens in the bar and will show matches which are available on normal TV channels.
Our non electric ‘Fellside’ camping area is not allocated. Pitch up where you like on ‘Fellside’, leaving a minimum of 3 meters between you and the next tent.
Due to the position of the park, with hills around us, TV reception can...
You can keep your caravan at Park Cliffe until it is 12 years old...
Coniston Water is the third largest lake in the Lake District. It is 5 miles long by just under half a mile wide. It is 184ft at its deepest point.
Bassenthwaite is approximately 4 miles long. Unlike many of the lakes in the Lake District there is not a circular footpath around Bassenthwaite. You will need to walk it in smaller sections.
The walk around Coniston is approximately 14 miles. The majority of the route is on road.
1 double bed and 2 singles. A travel cot can be provided, which will...
Taxis range between £12-£15. Please call into reception for taxi numbers.
It is 3 x £1 coins for a wash, and 50p per 10 minutes...
If you were seriously thinking of owning a caravan or lodge for just one year, we would advise you not to go ahead.
No, Coniston water is not man made. It was formed naturally via the process of glaciation.
Yes, we highly recommend visiting Coniston Water during a holiday in the Lake District.
Yes, there is a 6amp supply. Pods come with lighting and a small heater....
Yes, the restaurant is family friendly and suitable for all ages. We also have a whole host of board games and colouring sheets available which you are welcome to use for free - currently unavailable due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Yes, Park Cliffe is a member of the BHHPA (British Holiday & Home Parks Association)....
There is a limited bus service from the bus stop, 1/4 mile from the...
Yes, the Shepherds Hut has underfloor heating, lighting and plug sockets for phone charging.
Although the reception is open for a lot of the time, it is well worth phoning beforehand to make sure that someone will be available to help you.
This has all the same facilities as the private bathrooms, and also has a...
Find out more about pitch fees and rates, electricity and gas and insurance for holiday homes and lodges.
Here we list the arrival and departure times for the touring, camping, glamping and self-catering accommodation at Park Cliffe Caravan Park.
All our touring pitches are gravel hard standing with their own electric, water and drainage.
To hook up to our electric you will need an outdoor leisure lead. These are available from any good outdoor supplier. An ordinary extension lead will not work!
We provide duvets, pillows, bed linen, tea towel, dishcloth, washing up liquid. We even...
Bed linen is provided in our shepherds hut - you will just need to bring your own towels.
We have a bar, restaurant, pop up food trailers, shop, games room, and a children’s...
If we can no longer offer the holiday booked or we need to cancel your booking the following options are available: Transfer the booking to a future date (within 12 months) or A full refund
The vehicle will have to be parked outside the gates (ask at reception, and...
If our directions to Park Cliffe are followed, there is no problem. Please do not follow...
Dog friendly Couple’s Pods are a little smaller than the standard pods but plenty...
The Shepherds Hut sleeps 2 people on a double bed. There is also a sofa and table.
The pet free cottage sleeps up to 4 people with a king size master bedroom and adjacent family bathroom upstairs, and 2 ground floor single bedrooms with en-suite shower & toilet. All linen and towels are provided.
2020 Summer/Autumn – please arrange to arrive prior to 6pm Sunday to Thursday, prior...
We ask for quiet between 11pm and 7.30am and no excessive noise at any...
Bassenthwaite is home to a variety of species. You can hope to catch perch, pike, roach and rainbow trout.
Vodafone is the only reliable network.
All of the touring pitches come with 10amp electric supply.
If you or any of your party have symptoms of a fever, a new continuous cough or loss of taste or smell you must not holiday at the park and return home.
Guests can normally check into our camping fields from 2pm.
Check in is normally from 2pm for tourers and motorhomes.
Check- in is normally from 2pm. The check in time for the Deluxe Camping...
Check in time is from 4pm.
Check out time from our rental caravans is 10am. However after you have checked...
Check out for guests staying in our camping fields is normally by 12pm. Please...
Check out of our touring pitches is normally by 12pm. Please check at reception if you wish stay later, as this will depend on availability.
The cottage will be available to check in from 4pm. Keys to be collected from the reception at Park Cliffe.
Check in for the Shepherds Hut is normally from 3pm.
Check out from our camping pods is at 10am. Please check at reception if you wish stay later, as this will depend on availability.
Check out from the Shepherds Hut is 10am. Please ask at reception if you require a later check out, as this will depend on availability.
Please visit Fellside Bar & Restaurant page for current details. The shop is open...
Park Cliffe allows its owners to use their caravan and lodges during the period 1st March to 19th December.
Fell Foot Park (national trust), 2.5 miles away, or Ferry Nab (2.5 miles).
There are many places where you can launch a kayak on Coniston.
Bardsea Leisure, at Ulverston, is the closest and around 13 miles from the park....
Bassenthwaite is the only body of water in the Lake District National Park to have the word ‘lake’ in its name. The others are considered meres or waters.
Coniston Water is one of the largest lakes in the Lake District. It sits at the base of The Old Man of Coniston and boasts beautiful scenery of the surrounding fells.
You need hard ground or rock pegs. We do not allow awnings on the grass.