Park Cliffe Lake District Touring

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Accommodation

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Touring & Motorhome
Static Caravans
Camping Pods / Shepherds Huts
Camping
Moor View Cottage
Who's coming

Who's coming?

Adults (Age 18+)
Children (Max age 17)
Infant (Max age 4)
Additionals

Anything extra?

2nd Car
Dog
Gazebo
Pup Tent
Boat/Trailer/Jetski
Arrival date

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Motorhome & Touring Caravan Park in The Lake District

Take a picnic lunch, or in the evening watch the sunset over Lake Windermere; this is unspoilt nature at its best. Book one of our touring pitches and relax and enjoy the beautiful Lake District. Located in the heart of the National Park our campsite is on the side of the fell, nestled between Lake Windermere and beautiful Moor How. We’re proud to be renowned as one of the best caravan parks in The Lake District

Tariffs & seasons

Prices per night

Moorhow Hardstanding Pitch for a Touring Caravan, Motorhome or Trailer Tent including 2 persons, car, electric (10amps), water

Low season £29.00
Mid season £35.00
High season £39.00
Extras & info
  • Extra Charges Price per night
  • Extra Adult £5.00
  • Extra Child (5-17yrs) £3.00
  • Under 5's Free
  • Dog £2.00
  • Boat / Jetski / Trailer £10.00
  • Gazebo £10.00
  • Pup Tent £5.00
  • 2nd Car £5.00
  • Awning Free
  • Minimum Stay Periods No. of Nights
  • Normal (usually) 2
  • Easter weekend 4
  • May Day weekend 3
  • Spring Bank 5
  • August Bank Holiday 3
  • School Summer Holidays 3
Seasons

2020

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Good to know

Park Cliffe is open from 1st March until 30th November 2020 for touring and camping (camping pods available until 19 December).

Check in after 2pm, departure by 12noon.

Please note hard ground awning/tent pegs are required. Where electric hook-up is provided customers must provide their own leads.

Pitches are available from 2pm on the day of arrival and are to be vacated by 12 noon on the day of departure. Prices are per night.

The 3 Lakes Tour: Ullswater, Derwentwater and Windermere are all combined in this three-night lake-lovers break which has been created by ourselves and our friends at The Quiet Site and Castlerigg Hall. The 3 Lakes Tour is on offer to small/medium campervan owners, those bringing a tent or hiring a camping pod.

More info

For more on the walks in the area, please visit our reception. Our staff will be happy to give help and advice. Alternatively visit our Things to Do section where you can find lots of information about what to see and where to go whilst on holiday in the Lake District.

So if you’re after the best caravan parks in The Lake District, look no further. However if you still need convincing please read our Google reviews or TripAdvisor reviews.

Private bathrooms

We have four private bathrooms which are available for hire at £14.00 per night. We also have one bathroom available on an hourly basis, at no charge.

Unoccupied

Excluding school holidays and June to August touring caravans can be left unoccupied midweek (Sun-Thur) for £7.00 per night, maximum stay 2 weeks.

Reminders for when you’re on the park

  • For your safety and security and to minimise noise the Park gates are locked at 11pm and open at 7.30am. If you are out late, vehicles can be parked just outside the main gate. Then please tip-toe back to your pitches, remembering as you walk past tourers, tents and pods to have consideration for fellow visitors who may be asleep.
  • We cater primarily for families, couples and singles, and have a ‘all quiet after 11pm’ rule so that everyone can enjoy a quiet night’s sleep.  Remember voices can carry (especially when on a mobile phone).
  • There’s no loud music allowed at any time – we are not a music festival and for some guest’s loud music can spoil their peace and relaxation.
  • Our reception is open from 8.30am  to 6pm (9pm Friday & Saturday). If you require assistance outside of these times contact the Duty Warden. Please check the notice on the reception door as where to locate them.

Booking information

  • Telephone bookings are accepted using most debit/credit cards. A deposit of £30.00 is required (non-refundable) to secure a booking with the balance due 28 days prior to arrival.
  • Advance bookings are necessary during holiday periods. Book online to secure one of our Moor How touring pitches. Full payment is required at the time of booking.
  • One night bookings are generally not accepted.
  • Bookings accepted from couples and families only. We reserve the right not to accept group bookings. Please ring the park direct.
  • Please see our full details of Park Rules and Booking Terms and Conditions. All bookings are made subject to both Park Rules and Booking Terms and Conditions.

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Are campfires allowed?
Are pets allowed?
Are you a camping or caravan park?
Can more than 4 people sleep in the holiday homes?
Do you allow pets on the park?
Do you have Wi-Fi?
Do you have electric hook up available for tents?
Is takeaway available?
What is in the private bathrooms?
What time do I have to leave the accommodation?
Are BBQ’s allowed?
Are dogs allowed in the pods?
Are pets allowed in the cottage?
Are pets allowed in the shepherd hut?
Are the static caravans child friendly?
Are there sockets available for my hair straighteners?
Can I book a private bathroom?
Can I come camping in 2020?
Can I freeze my ice packs on site?
Can I holiday in my tourer or motorhome in 2020?
Can I move permanently into my caravan holiday home?
Can I park my car next to the Shepherds hut?
Can I park my car next to the pod?
Can I park my car next to the tent?
Can I pre-book a table?
Can I rent my caravan or lodge out?
Can I store my van at Park Cliffe?
Can I walk to the lake from Park Cliffe?
Can finance be arranged for the purchase of caravans or lodges?
Can we get a refund if we leave early if the weather is bad?
Do I have to pay extra for the gas and electricity I use?
Do I need coins for the showers?
Do we get any kind of agreement or contract for the pitch/caravan?
Do you employ sales people?
Do you have seasonal pitches?
Do you only sell new caravan holiday homes?
Do you provide any entertainment?
Do you show football or rugby matches?
How far apart should tents be?
How good is the television reception on the park?
How long can I keep my caravan on the park?
How many beds are there?
How much does a taxi to Bowness cost?
How much does the laundry cost?
How much money would I get for my caravan or lodge if I decided to sell after a year?
Is electric available in the pod?
Is the bar and restaurant family friendly?
Is the park a member of the professional trade association?
Is there a bus service nearby?
Is there electric available in the Shepherds hut?
I’m thinking of visiting the park to view the caravans for sale. Should I just call in?
What about the family bathroom that can be booked for an hour?
What are the annual running costs?
What are the arrival and departure times ?
What are the touring pitches like?
What do I need for electric hook up for tents?
What do I need to bring when staying in caravan?
What do I need to bring when staying in the Shepherds Hut?
What facilities do you have on the park?
What happens if I can’t holiday with you in 2020 due to Government restrictions ?
What if we go out and are back later than 11pm?
What is access to the site like?
What is in a camping pod?
What is in the Shepherds Hut?
What is in the cottage?
What is the latest arrival time for check in?
What is your policy on noise?
What phone networks are available on the park?
What power is the electric hook up on touring pitches?
What precautions are you taking to minimise the risk of COVID-19?
What should I do if I fall ill whilst on the park?
What time can I check in from for Camping?
What time can I check in with my tourer or motorhome?
What time can I check into Camping Pod?
What time can I check into a Rental Caravan from?
What time do I have to leave the accommodation?
What time do I need to check out from Camping?
What time do I need to check out with my tourer or motorhome?
What time is check in and check out of the self-catering cottage?
What time is check in for the Shepherds Hut?
What time is check out from the Camping Pods?
What time is check out from the Shepherds Hut?
When are the bar, restaurant and shop open?
When can I use my holiday home?
Where can I launch a boat or canoe?
Where is the nearest caravan accessory shop?
Will I be able to peg my awning out on the hard stand?
Will all your usual facilities be open?

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