Explore & Discover

Beautiful landscapes on our doorstep.

We are located in the North West on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, being only 12 miles from the M6 Motorway, and are within easy reach of the rest of the UK.

Of particular note is that the Lake District is only 20 miles north whilst Wales, Scotland, Northumberland and the Peak District are all within 2 to 4 hours drive. The following map shows our location (right click to enlarge).  We can collect clients arriving by rail  from Kendal, Oxenholme, Settle or Lancaster rail stations (additional charges apply).

UK Map

 

Some suggestions

The Lake District National Park offers the opportunity for many activities including hill walking, cycling, water sports or simple relaxation in stunning surroundings.  The area is a popular destination for families as well as singles and couples.

The Isle of Man, just a short ferry ride away is the IOM with its museums and heritage attractions as well as a plethora of outdoor and adventure activities.  Additionally there is the annual Motorcycle TT for which our campers can be used for travel to and from the events whilst also providing accommodation!

Wales is nearby also.  North Wales is just 4 hours drive whilst Cardiff in the south can be reached in about 5 hours.  The west coast is outstanding as are the Black mountains and Brecon Beacons.

Scotland is another favoured destination.  Glasgow and Edinburgh for the city experience of wining, dining and of course shopping, the Lochs, highlands and coastlines for beautiful scenery and a wide array of activities and attractions.  The Braemar Gathering is one of the highlights of the Scottish calendar and is well worth a visit for the sports enthusiast.

Ireland is a relatively short ferry ride from either, Liverpool, Heysham or Stranraer.  The Emerald Isle offers immense possibilities for the traveller whether adventure seekers or not there is something for the whole family.  From the Giants Causeway in the north through Donegal, Leitrim and Sligo on the Wild Atlantic Way to the south and County Cork Ireland’s largest county.

The Forest of Bowland is an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty which offers plenty of scope for walkers, cyclists and wildlife enthusiasts.  Follow the ling to see details of what is available in this stunning setting.