Of course home is where the heart is and we feel incredibly lucky to live in the lakes however Dolly likes to travel to places as far north as the Scottish Highlands and as far south as the Cornish Coast. You have compete freedom to travel where you heart desires with unlimited mileage. We are the perfect choice for you as we are close to The Lakes, Dales, North Yorkshire Moors & Scotland.
Tour of Windermere, Lake District
Total Driving Time: 1.2hrs
Total Miles: 30
No. Sites: 3
Days Required: 5/7
Site 1: Hawkshead Hall Campsite
Situated ¼ mile from Hawskhead, quiet lanes, forest tracks, ideal for walks.
Useful Links: Hawkshead Pocket Guide PDF
Site 2: Skelwith Fold Caravan Park
Unspoilt Lakeland woodland, magnificent views of the Langdale Pikes, voted Holiday Park of the year 2010 by Cumbrian Tourist Board, 2.4 miles from Ambleside, 7.6 miles from Bowness.
Set in 25 acres of picturesque countryside, breath-taking views over fells and Lake Windermere.
Volkswagen Hard Knott Escape, Lake District
Total Driving Time: 3.4hrs
Total Miles: 107
No. Sites: 4
Days Required: 5/7
Situated in the village of Boot Eskdale is “one of the loveliest of Lakeland Valleys” said Alfred Wainwright. There are walks to suit all levels. Boot boasts three traditional Lakeland pubs within easy walking distance of the site.
To do: Stanley Ghyll Force – 60ft high in a dramatic deep and narrow gorge.
Eskdale Cycle Trail Newly – created which runs between Eskdale and Ravenglass.
Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway.
Site 2: Wasdale
This stunning place is under the Scafell mountain range at the head of beautiful Wastwater. Walkers can reach England’s highest peak – Scafell Pike – and England’s deepest lake – Wastwater – from the Site. Wasdale Head Inn is a short walk away.
To do: Canoeing on Wastwater
Walks in the area: Scafell Pike. There is any number of walks and climbs for all levels of skill. Wastwater – winner of ITV’s Britain’s Favourite View!
Site 3: Seacote Holiday Park
Situated on the West Cumbrian Coast. In front of the site lies St Bees Beach, walk along the beach to Flewick Bay.
A lovely site set in six acres of mature woodland that lies on the outskirts of the pretty fishing village which shares its name.