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Just returned home after a pleasant visit to this site .We were given a warm welcome by the reception staff ,very informative and friendly .Our premium pitch was great .The showers and toilets are a credit to the cleaning staff .The grounds are immaculate and...More
This is a large and well maintained site. I was impressed with the quality of the site. In a motorhome it's quite a way back from the entrance.
There's a small shop on site, could do with a little restaurant or bar, think it would...More
The site really is beautiful, it was our first time staying in a caravan and we were a bit reluctant but the van itself was very spacious and modern. The site is surrounded by beautiful woodlands and has a shop on-site and secured entry to...More
We have stayed here several times in the past with our touring caravan and recently returned for a lovely short break in the low season. The site is still as good as we remembered and great for a relaxing holiday as the different areas are...More
Stayed here over Easter and had an amazing week.
The facilities are some of the best we’ve had on a caravan site, and the location is superb with immediate access to the fells and countryside around Ambleside.
With a good map there is almost no...More
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We travelled with our 6 berth Lunar caravan and found it stressful here on our more recent visit, to the extent that it's put us off going back. The problem is that we couldn't arrive until after 6pm due to work and people... More
We travelled with our 6 berth Lunar caravan and found it stressful here on our more recent visit, to the extent that it's put us off going back. The problem is that we couldn't arrive until after 6pm due to work and people are allowed to chose their pitch on arrival. On our visit there was only a couple of smaller hardstanding pitches left on the upper levels with tiny 2 berth caravans being allowed to take up enormous pitches we had no choice but to squeeze onto a smaller pitch. It was very stressful, and we nearly thought we would'nt manage it at all. We did, just, and our neighbour had to lend us a spanner to put our steadies down as our usual handle would not fit as we were so close to the small wall behind. Even at that we had to put a cone at the front of our van all week as we overhung off the pitch at the front by about 1/2 a foot! The wardens didn't seem to mind, but we wondered if we couldn't physically have fitted what they would have done? Would we have got our money back?? Our advice: Arrive early to bag the best pitch!!!