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Birchbank Farm Camping Site




Birchbank Farm Camping Site

Useful information:i
Nearest supermarkets:
Click here for nearest supermarkets
Places of interest:
Coniston Water - The Steam Yacht Gondola, boating, yachting, windsurfing, fishing.

Brantwood - the former home of John Ruskin and the John Ruskin Museum with exhibitions of the local area and Donald Campbell .

Riding at Crooked Birch, Torver or Coniston.
Open:
May to October
Price from:
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Summary:

Birchbank is a Lakeland farm on the fells between Coniston Water and the Duddon Estuary. You can enjoy the marvellous views of Coniston Old Man and the Furness fells or the Duddon Estuary from the many bridleways and footpaths which cross the farm...

Overview:
County: Cumbria
Address: Birchbank Farm
Birchbank
Blawith
Town: Ulverston
Postcode: LA12 8EW


Facilities:
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Contact:

Telephone: 01229 885277
Email: info@birchbank.co.uk
Website: http://www.birchbank.co.uk
Birchbank Farm Camping Site Description:

Birchbank is a Lakeland farm on the fells between Coniston Water and the Duddon Estuary. You can enjoy the marvellous views of Coniston Old Man and the Furness fells or the Duddon Estuary from the many bridleways and footpaths which cross the farm and surrounding fell with only the sheep and birds for company.

The area is ideal for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers and the Cumbria Way long distance footpath from Ulverston to Carlisle is only half a mile away.

Birchbank is two miles from the A5092 along an unfenced road giving easy access to the whole of the lakes and its many attractions. We have accommodation in a self catering cottage sleeping 4, or bring your tent or caravan to our camping site. The house and cottage date back to the early 18th century and are reputed to be a former gambling house because its out of the way position where bridleways cross.

A small grassy site next to the farm with a gate onto the open fell, it is mostly flat with a stream running along one side which children enjoy playing in. There are eight electric hook ups and a hardstanding area. Caravans, motorhomes and tents are all welcome, we are only a short detour from the Cumbria Way if you are walking.

Dogs must be kept under control on the camping site and on a lead when out walking because of the sheep. TV reception only available with a satellite dish. No open fires, but barbecues in a container are permitted. No noise after 10pm, please do not disturb other campers.

Please arrive after 12 noon unless arrangements have been made with Mrs Nicholson to arrive earlier. Please vacate your pitch by 12 noon unless arrangements are made with Mrs Nicholson to stay later. Arrivals after 10pm may be asked to pitch in an alternative field.

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