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We stayed in one of the camping pods for 2 nights in mid May. The site was very quite only a handful of others. The pods are excellent, with plenty of room. Shower and toilet block were clean as well as the communal sitting area....More
Just got home from four beautiful days at Gill Head Farm. The site is easy to find from the motorway and well signposted; even for novice towers like us! As you drive up it is clear where to go depending if you're in a tent...More
Fantastic experience! There's an area to pitch tents by the River Troutbeck, with a view of a waterfall and plunge pools, that you can request. It's off the beaten track, away from the main campsite area, so the toilets are a short walk away but...More
We spent Two nights here in our little camper, the field with the hard standing pitches has a lovely playground in the middle so you can sit back and enjoy a brew while the kids play, communal areas very useful, picnic benches outside and undercover...More
The idea of camping pods is right up my street. I don’t like setting up tents all that much. I don’t like mallets and bent tent pegs all that much. I don’t like undoing loud tent zips in the middle of the night all that...More
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the mighty Blencathra and the northern fells, Gill Head Farm offers a warm welcome to our family run working hill farm with a caravan and camping site and traditional lakeland farmhouse self catering accommodation.
Hi there, we are coming to stay with you soon and wondered is there is anywhere to walk too that we can eat at? Pub etc? Travelling with children.
16 August 2015|
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The Troutbeck inn isn't too far away, you'll pass it as you drive in, but I would read the reviews before booking a table as you can't just walk in. If you're driving the Sportsmans arms and (I think) The White Horse inn... More
The Troutbeck inn isn't too far away, you'll pass it as you drive in, but I would read the reviews before booking a table as you can't just walk in. If you're driving the Sportsmans arms and (I think) The White Horse inn aren't too far either.