The Quiet Site / Castlerigg Hall / Park Cliffe
The Quiet Site: is a family run campsite set in an idyllic position amongst the fells that overlook Ullswater. This is a superbly maintained and very picturesque site. Our facilities are housed in old converted farm buildings and feature 'probably' the best campsite bar in Britain! We offer serviced pitches for tents, motorhomes and tourers. Accommodation is offered in cottages, camping pods, bell tents and our unique Hobbit Holes.
Castlerigg Hall: Set in an elevated position in a scenic area just outside Keswick, Castlerigg Hall enjoys exceptional panoramic views of Derwentwater & Bassenthwaite Lake set against a dramatic backdrop of the surrounding fells. With caravans for hire and areas for touring caravans, motorhomes, camping and camping pods, Castlerigg Hall is the perfect Lake District caravan & camping park.
Park Cliffe: Set in 25 acres of picturesque, unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Lake District, just 4miles from Bowness, Park Cliffe offers visitors a tranquil retreat from the hurly-burly of modern life. Whether you arrive at Park Cliffe with tourer or tent, hire a caravan or camping pod or to enjoy a regular break in your own luxury static caravan or lodge, you’ll find a warm welcome from our friendly staff, plus peace, comfort and fresh air aplenty in this most beautiful location. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, games room, advernture playground and private bathrooms for hire (seasonal hours apply to the restaurant & bar).
The 3 Lakes Tour: Ullswater, Derwentwater and Windermere are all combined in this three-night lake-lovers break which has been created by The Quiet Site, Castlerigg Hall and Park Cliffe. The 3 Lakes Tour is on offer to small/medium campervan owners, those bringing a tent or hiring a camping pod. You will be able to awake each morning to different views of spectacular lake and mountain scenery made world-famous by poets and artists enjoying a short break which is long on memorable experiences. As well as forming a perfect triangle linking three of Cumbria’s best-loved lakes, the journey between the parks can also be planned to take in many of the region’s highlights. These include the 4000-year-old mystical stone circle at Castlerigg, the Aira Force waterfalls, and plentiful picture-postcard villages and towns along the way. As part of The 3 Lakes Tour guests will received a money-saving bonus in the form of vouchers entitling you to discounted travel on the various cruises which ply the three lakes on the tour. The money-saving breaks are available from March until November 2016 covering any three nights from Sunday until Thursday, excluding school holiday periods.