We welcome well trained dogs that must be kept on a lead when on the park, but we reserve the right to refuse certain breeds. Although we don’t allow dogs in the bar/restaurant area, we do have a lovely outdoor terrace area where your canine friends are more than welcome.
Included in the private bathrooms there is:
- a full size bath with shower attachment, (shower attachment is for rinsing only, it is not a stand-up shower).
- drying rack
They are exclusively for the use of the hirer, and personal belongings can be left safely, as only the hirer has a key. They cost £14 per night.
No, the showers are free of charge and are open all the time.
We cannot control the weather, so no refunds are given for early departures.
This has all the same facilities as the private bathrooms, and also has a baby bath. This is available for 45 minutes per booking, for a £10 returnable deposit. We just ask that you clean it after use, leaving it in the same condition as you would wish to find it.
Due to the position of the park, with hills around us, TV reception can be variable, especially when it is windy. We have gone digital.
Yes, we are a dog friendly holiday park and welcome all well behaved dogs. They must be kept on leads and although we don’t allow dogs in the bar/restaurant area, we do have a lovely outdoor terrace area where your canine friends are more than welcome.
It is 3 x £1 coins for a wash, and 50p for the drier.
We have free Wi-Fi throughout the park. The service we offer will not be what you might expect in your own home, not least because you are sharing a limited bandwidth with multiple fellow caravanners and campers on site. As a consequence we can offer the service for basic web surfing and emails but during times of high demand will not be able to support any video or TV streaming for example BBC iPlayer and YouTube. We ask you to limit your use of these services, uploads, updates or photos during busy periods as this will prevent others from accessing the Wi-Fi network.
Vodafone is the only reliable network.
Fell Foot Park (national trust), 2.5 miles away, or Ferry Nab (2.5 miles).
There is a limited bus service from the bus stop, 1/4 mile from the park. Timetables are available from Reception.
It costs around £12 each way.
There is no lake access nearby, as the land is privately owned. We do not recommend that you walk along the A592 as it is very busy, and there is no pavement for much of it. We do have a walk that takes you to Bowness on footpaths, which takes 2 hours. More information is available about this walk in our reception
We ask for quiet between 11pm and 7.30am. Please respect other campers who may be trying to sleep. We are a family site and will not tolerate anti-social behavior or language. Anyone causing a disturbance will be asked to leave, and no refunds will be given.
The vehicle will have to be parked outside the gates (ask at reception, and we will show you where).
We would ideally like arrivals before 9pm, but appreciate that traffic can be bad, especially at weekends. However, there is no access after 11pm, as the gates are locked then to try to ensure a peaceful night for all.
Bardsea Leisure, at Ulverston, is the closest, and has an extensive range of accessories.
We do not have a storage facility, but in low season you can leave your van unoccupied during the week for £4 per night, and just pay full price at the weekends, subject to availability.
If our directions are followed, there is no problem. Please do not follow satnav, as it routes you along some quite narrow back roads. If approaching from the north (from Bowness) you will have to go past our road end and turn round elsewhere, as it is a sharp switch back turning.
There are sockets in the shower blocks.