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High Wallabarrow Camping Barn


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Camping #01Restored 17th Century Lakeland farmhouse at the foot of Wallabarrow Crag, now opened as a camping barn for up to 10 with additional accommodation for larger groups.

Ground floor
consists of a large living area with wood-burning stove and well equipped kitchen with hot water.

First floor comprises a large sleeping area with stack of 10 mattresses and beautiful view of the fells.

Toilet and coin-operated shower are in separate buildings.

Secluded garden and picnic area in newly planted orchard with lovely views. Available all year round, individual or sole use bookings.

Free range eggs, Galloway beef, Herdwick lamb and English Lakes luxury ice cream are usually available to visitors.

Delightful 15 minute woodland walk to the Newfield Inn, serving cask ales and good food.

See website for further details, pictures and availability
Contact: Chris Chinn
Email: info@wallabarrow.co.uk
Website: www.wallabarrow.co.uk
Telephone: 01229 715011

Address: High Wallabarrow Farm, Ulpha, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6EA




Turner Hall Camp Site
Open March - November (weather permitting)
Booking in advance is NOT essential except for organised groups outside peak periods


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With spectacular views this site is popular with walkers, climbers, mountain bikers and families.

Footpaths from the site lead to a variety of Lakeland fells including Dowcrag, Harter Fell and Coniston Old Man.

Facilities: Showers • Toilets • Washing up • Drinking water


Camping #02Prices:
£6 adult
£5 D of E student
£1 car
£1 tent
£2 campervan
£2 child
£1 dog
£1 shower meter





Campfires not allowed * BBQ'S ok * Dogs under control welcome
Local pub a pleasant short walk away
Bookings not taken except for organised groups outside peak periods


We have been recommended by Cool Camping!

Email: turnerhall@ktdinternet.com
Telephone: 01229 716420

Address: Turner Hall Farm, Seathwaite, Broughton-in-Furness, LA20 6EE




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