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Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria LA17 7TR England


Low Hall Farm is part of The Holker Hall Estates and is a 366-acre working beef and sheep farm set in peaceful countryside. Enjoy panoramic views of South Lakeland fells and the Duddon Estuary from Low Hall CL. There is a slate gravel track throughout the site giving excellent access whatever the weather. All pitches are hard standing with EHU and a water tap between every two pitches. There is a modern centrally heated shower block with two washrooms each containing washbasin, toilet and shower and there is another room containing a washbasin and toilet. There is a chemical disposal point to the side of the shower block and recycling and refuse point to the rear of the shower block. There is a separate small private site but as CAMC members you may pitch wherever you choose.

CL Site Facilities

Pub within 1 mile
Chemical Disposal
Electric Hook Up
No dogs
Fresh Water
Hardstandings Available
Motorhomes welcome
Rubbish collection
Town/Village within 1 mile
Working Farm
Families Welcome
Additional Accommodation offered

Additional Accommodation

We offer Bed and Breakfast accommodation in 3 very spacious rooms, there are 2 doubles with en-suite and a twin with en-suite. Free Wi-Fi, a visitors lounge with a full Sky Q Tv package. A full traditional farmhouse breakfast is served at 8.30am in the dining room to set you up for the day ahead. Children from 14 years. No pets.

From Per Night £80.00

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Rules for this site

Earliest arrival time : 13:00

Latest departure time : 12:30

As a busy working farm we appreciate if guests can stick to the designated footpaths only.

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Must See Attractions & Landmarks

In South Lakeland you have easy access to Lake Windermere and Coniston Water. There is the nearby historic market town of Ulverston famed for The Laurel and Hardy Museum and they hold several annual festivals. There is the South Lakes Animal Park which offer gift vouchers where they offer a diverse selection of animal experiences or just a day pass. There is the Ravenglass Railway and Muncaster Castle just around the west coast. You can take the Lakeside Railway at Haverthwaite to the southern tip of Lake Windermere and then if you fancy, continue your journey aboard a Windermere Steamer to Bowness or Ambleside.

Dock Museum

Ulverston News

Ravensglass Railway

Other interesting areas



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You can ARRIVE on a Green Day 4 You can DEPART on a GREEN 6 or the next GREEN/RED 7 Day. You cannot arrive or stay over on a GREEN/RED day.

Availability cannot be guaranteed - make an enquiry to confirm with owner

FROM: £18.00