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CAMPING AT HALL GREEN FARM
Reconnect with nature at this unforgettable escape to Hall Green Farm. Located on the beautiful English west coast, on the edge of the Lake District, surrounded by walks, beaches and stunning scenery. New to 2021, we currently offer over 30 10x10m pitches to choose from each with a unique view of the landscape and surroundings. Perfect for tents and campers keen to stay and explore this wonderfully untouched area of the West Coast.
Despite the fact the Cumbrian Coast is less than a mile away the presence of Black Combe is a constant reminder of the Cumbrian Fells and presents a great opportunity to climb, whilst staying at Hall Green Farm. The views of the Lake District from the top of Black Combe, Englands highest hill, are well worth the effort. On a clear day you can also see the Isle of Man, Dumfries in Scotland, Anglesey in Wales and the Blackpool Tower.
Kirksanton is a great place to explore the South Lakes and beautiful coastal areas, yet is only 17 miles from Coniston Water. The Campsite is a great base for a Lakeland holiday.
There our many visitor attractions near by including Hodbarrow RSPB reserve, which is the largest Cumbrian Coastal Lagoon. (https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/find-a-reserve/reserves-a-z/reserves-by-name/h/hodbarrow/index.aspx)
Muncastor castle is a short drive away located near the village of Ravenglass. It boasts a haunted castle, hawk and owl center and extensive gardens. (http://www.muncaster.co.uk/)
Also in Ravenglass you can find a narrow gauge railway fondly known as La’al Ratty. Steam engines take visitors up a 7 mile route of spectacular scenery to the foot of the Scafell ranges, England’s highest mountains. (http://ravenglass-railway.co.uk/) Ravenglass is also the start of Hadrian’s Wall and Roman Baths can still be viewed.
Duddon Valley is a jewel in the crown of Cumbria, situated between Coniston and Eskdale, only a short drive from the Campsite. A perfect valley for walkers, mountain bikers, climbers and nature lovers, all of whom will enjoy peace and beauty in abundance. The Newfield Inn at Seathwaite is also well worth a visit, with its home cooked foods and real ales. (http://www.newfieldinn.co.uk/)
Finally, Brockwood Hall near Kirksanton has a great restaurant which is a meat eaters delight. The Billy at Brockwood won’t disappoint. Steaks and Burgers are its specialty. People travel from up and down the Cumbrian coast to enjoy a meal at The Billy at Brockwood, so we recommend you book to avoid any disappointment. (01229772009)
|2nd August 2021||31st August 2021|
All pitches suitable for all tents, up to 6 people per pitch.
|1 Night on a 10x10m pitch||£15|
|2 Nights on a 10×10 pitch||£30|
|3 Nights on a 10x10m pitch||£45|
|4 Nights on a 10x10m pitch||£55|
|5 Night on a 10x10m pitch||£65|
|6 Nights on a 10x10m pitch||£75|
|1 week (7 nights) on a 10x10m pitch||£85|
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