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Fallbarrow Park is set on the picturesque shores Lake Windermere, and is one of the best holiday parks in Cumbria. Fallbarrow Park has grounds that run right to the water’s edge.

The park is open from March to January, and has a range of options for all holidaymakers. There are a number of well-maintained pitches for motorhomes or tents, while there is also a collection of luxurious holiday homes and wooden lodges for rent, with those who fall in love with Windermere and her surroundings potentially able to buy a permanent holiday base.

The site has a fully stocked shop, which takes pride in its volume of local products such as meats and farmyard foods, while a stylish café is also predominantly known for its local dishes.

All part of the Fallbarrow experience, the adventure play area is a marvellous way for the entire family to spend the day having fun and burning off energy reserves, while ball games are also allowed. When appetites are looking for satisfaction, The Boathouse, an onsite bar and eatery, offers a range of great food and a fine selection of excellent beers and wines.

Lake Windermere is one of the best known and most often visited parts of the UK, and there is no question that she contributes massively to the appeal of Fallbarrow Park. Nearby attractions include Holehird Gardens as well as ‘Treetop Trek,’ a similar pursuit to the ‘Go Ape!’ craze that has been sweeping the country in recent years.

One of the best attractions on the lake itself is the ‘sail and dine’ afternoon, where you and the family head out around Windermere on a simple boat and are served great food and drinks while being told of all the great locations in the area.

If fishing is your game, then ensure you have a fishing licence before heading out around Windermere, but other than that you have free rein to do almost anything you please.

Facilities

  • Pets not allowed Pets not allowed
  • Disabled access Disabled access
  • Family park Family park
  • Children's play area Children's play area
  • Electric hook-ups Electric hook-ups
  • Water hook-ups Water hook-ups
  • Drainage hook-ups Drainage hook-ups
  • Sanitary block(s) Sanitary block(s)
  • Laundry Laundry
  • Shop Shop
  • Take away food Take away food
  • Designated / private parking Designated / private parking
  • Visitor parking Visitor parking
  • Boat mooring Boat mooring
  • Wireless internet Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point Chemical disposal point
  • Bar Bar
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • Cafe Cafe
  • Club house Club house

Guests can use the pool, gym and sauna at nearby White Cross Bay at an additional charge.

Location

  • Windermere
  • Cumbria, North of England
  • LA23 3DL

Directions

Leave M6 at junction 36 and take South Lakes A590 then Windermere A591. On arrival at Windermere turn left following the sign for Bowness 1.5m. In Bowness village turn right at mini-roundabout signposted Keswick, Steamboat Museum. Fallbarrow park is 300 yards on the left.

Nearby Attractions

South Lakes Wild Animal Park
The Aquarium of the Lakes
The World of Beatrix Potter
Lakeland Miniature Village
Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole
Low Sizergh Barn
Ruskin Museum
Leighton Hall
Holker Hall
Lakeland Motor Museum
Levens Hall
Dove Cottage and Wordsworth Museum
Honister Slate Mine
Sample the selection of restaurants bars and cafes available wherever you go in the Lake District.

Nearby Recreation

  • Boat launch
  • Cycle hire
  • Fishing
  • Golf [4 km]
  • Horse Riding
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Swimming (Outdoor)
  • Tennis
  • Organised Entertainment
  • Winter Sports
  • Water Sports
  • Internet Access
  • Games Room
  • TV Room
  • Gym
  • Snooker/Pool
  • Sauna

Fallbarrow Holiday Makers can take advantage of the leisure facilities at nearby White Cross Bay at an additional charge - these facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium.

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30 Sep 2011: andybates from St Helens reviewed Fallbarrow Park

After staying at Limefitt last year and having such a great time, we decided to buy a holiday home.

Limefitt was great for peace and quiet, but if we were buying a holiday home in the Lake District, we wanted somewhere a little closer to the towns.

Fallbarrow was perfect for us. It's right on the doorstep of Bowness and is simply stunning. The park is surrounded by woodland and is goes right up to the shore of Lake Windermere.

When deciding where to buy a holiday home, South Lakeland Parks' staff were very helpful in talking through our options.

: September in 2011

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27 Oct 2010: anniemay13 from conwy north wales reviewed Fallbarrow Park

As a family we have been to fallbarrow for over 48 years .We love going to this site,its natural beauty is absolutely outstanding!The ducks come up from the lake every morning,The staff are great.If you are in any doubt about coming here please dont hesitate,its an amazing place

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24 Aug 2010: TobyWhite from Lancashire reviewed Fallbarrow Park

The last time we stayed at Fallbarrow was our 4th time there in 4 years. We love this park! It is incredibly situated, and extremely beautiful.

The caravan we stayed in was clean and comfortable on arrival. The staff were very helpful and equally as friendly.

The bar is large but has a lovely cosy feel to it, the childrens area is adequate and the shop is stocked with the lovliest local produce. The site even has internet access.

Fallbarrow is close to Bowness, so there's always something to entertain you, whether you fancy a stroll through the park grounds, go shopping, or want to visit the local attractions.

We will return to Fallbarrow time and time again. Simply love it.

: August in 2010

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24 Aug 2010: NicholasGaltry from Cumbria reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Another fantastic visit to our holiday home at Fallbarrow.

Although the weather was drab during the week, it came good at the weekend, and there's nothing better than the look and feel of Fallbarrow after it's been raining and the sun has come out.

Fallbarrow has a handful of facilities including a bar and restaurant (both of which are worth visiting), a deli shop, a games room and lots more.

Just down the road is Bowness where there are plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars to visit, as well as lots of attractions. Although on a sunny day, there's nothing better than walking by the edge of the Lake.

Even though we've just got back, we're looking forward to going back there again as soon as possible.

: August in 2010

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18 Aug 2010: RobertLong from Ripon reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Just got back from a week at our lodge at Fallbarrow and it was as great as ever!

Lots to do on site: play area and a games room for the kids, restaurant and a bar for the grown ups, with a picnic area for the whole family.

Nearby is Bowness where there are plenty of shops and attractions to keep everyone happy and entertained.

Fallbarrow is a great park, surrounded by woodland, but also close to civilisation. the staff are friendly and very helpful.

Although we own our lodge there, they do have a hire fleet of lodges and caravans which are very popular.

: August in 2010

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22 Jul 2010: OllieMcQueen from Bolton reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We stayed at Fallbarrow Holiday Park last week and were surprised at how much we enjoyed it.

We have visited the Lakes only a few times and usually stay in a B&B, but this time we fancied something a bit different.

We stayed in one of the deluxe lodges and it was exactly that. It had plenty of space and above all was spotlessly clean when we arrived.

The park is incredibly scenic, surrounded by trees and right on the shores of windermere which made for some great morning walks before venturing into Bowness.

The staff at Fallbarrow were very helpful and approachable and are a great source of information when it comes to things to see.

The restaurant at Fallbarrow has a great menu and is reasonably priced, which saved us having to venrture too far out in order to find a good place to eat.

Next time we visit the Lakes we'll definitely be staying at Fallbarrow again.

: July in 2010

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21 Jun 2010: ChrisPenn from Leeds reviewed Fallbarrow Park

As owners of a holiday home at Fallbarrow Holiday Park, we absolutely love the place. We had stayed there a few times over the years and eventually decided to buy a home there.

The facilities are great, although it does lack some of the facilities of it's sister park, White Criss Bay. The facilties at White Cross Bay can be used by guests and owners of Fallbarrow Holiday Park, but obviously it's not as handy as having them on your doorstep.

Fallbarrow does have a fantastic restaurant, bar and shop with a deli counter selling lots of excellent local produce, so you certainly won't go hungry during your stay.

Despite Fallbarrow Holiday Park being so close to a main road and Bowness, you get the feeling that you're in the middle of nowhere due to the park being covered in woodland and wildlife.

It's a tranquil place to escape on our own, with the family or with friends. It's got something for everyone.

: June in 2010

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17 Jun 2010: StevenTaylor from Durham reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Fallbarrow is a fantastic holiday park a short walk away from Bowness, so you have the best of both worlds - excellent holiday park facilities and amazing lake district attractions.

Fallbarrow is open to holiday makers as well as holiday lodge owners (like us) and has a great range of holiday lodges to hire and buy.

The staff at Fallbarrow are friendly and helpful.

The park is a woodland haven just off the main road between Bowness and Troutbeck. The lodges are tiered amongst the trees and is truly something to look at.

The shop on site has a deli counter and has some of the best food in the area.

We love it at Fallbarrow and wouldn't have a holiday lodge anywhere else.
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria

: June in 2010

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25 May 2010: WayneJones from Darwen reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Fallbarrow is a fantastic alternative to staying in a B&B or hotel when visiting the Lakes.

We started staying at Fallbarrow years ago and visited at least twice a year. It was after we'd stayed there 4 or 5 times that we decided to buy a holiday home there as that way we could visit more often. We opted to buy a holiday lodge which is perfect for us as the caravans, as nice as they are, didn't feel as classy as the lodges.

Fallbarrow is such a beautiful park surrounded by trees and wildlife and is located just up the road from Bowness, which makes it the perfect place to stay when visiting the lakes as you're not only surrounded by nature, but also right in the heart of everything that's going on in the lakes.

The Boathouse Bar is a friendly on-site bar with a good selection of food which is worth checking out before you venture off into Bowness investigate the options there.

The park is well looked after and is always tidy. the staff are more than happy to help with any query or issue that you may have.
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria

: May in 2010

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19 Apr 2010: alansavage from Ripon reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We recently stayed at Fallbarrow during the kids' easter holidays and had a fab time. My wife and I visited the lakes a number of times years ago but this was the first time we had taken the kids.

Fallbarrow was a great family friendly park and had a range of things going on. There was a bike hire facility, outdoor children's play area, a family bar and so much more that we didn't have time for as we were only there for a few days. It would have been nice if there was a swimming pool on site, but we were told that we could use the pool at the sister site up the road.

The caravan we stayed in was big enough for the 4 of us and comfortable. It was kitted out with all the facilities we needed (kitchen, bathroom, hot water etc) and actually felt more like a bungalow than a caravan.

Fallbarrow is a stone's throw from Bowness so we could get there easily without having to drive and find a parking space. Bowness is just as I remembered it from years ago, really pretty with lots going on, especially for the kids.

Next time we visit the lakes we'll definitely be staying at Fallbarrow.
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria

: April in 2010

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30 Mar 2010: RoyOates from Tadcaster reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Our latest stay at Fallbarrow has proven yet again that buying one of the holiday lodges there was one of the best decisions we ever made! We just spent the weekend there with my wife, brother-in-law and his wife and had such a good time.

The park is so close to Bowness, which has lots to see and do, but more importantly has lots going on within the park itself. There is a bar and restaurant, a shop which is full of local produce and free wi-fi internet. As lodge owners we also have the use of the swimming pool and sauna at White Cross Bay which we hadn't used before, but thought it was time we did and they were great.

Our lodge at Fallbarrow is perfect for taking friends and family to the lakes with us as we have 3 bedrooms, so they can stay with us. Also, we have the freedom to head to the Lakes anytime we like!

The staff are incredibly helpful at Fallbarrow and always have a smile on.

Can't wait to get back!
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria

: March in 2010

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24 Mar 2010: antonyhayman from Bradford reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We really wanted to stay in a lodge, somewhere surrounded by trees, but also by a lake, as at Fallbarrow, that's exactly what we got.

Fallbarrow's a great family orientated park, with plenty of facilities for the kids as well as things to do for the adults. Not only that, but Fallbarrow is really close to Bowness where there is even more going on.

Our lodge was great, plenty of space, a comfortable bed, everything we needed for a weekend away. It had a homely feel about it, even though we were only there for the weekend.

Although the weather wasn't brilliant, we had a great time and would love to stay there again during the summer.
Fallbarrow Park, Lake District, Cumbria

: March in 2010

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17 Mar 2010: tommy-p from Lancaster reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We bought one of the lodges at Fallbarrow about 2 years ago and go there as often as we can.

There's plenty going on around the park for the kids and it's so relaxing for my wife and I as we don't have to think about work. The kids love the play areas and walking in the woods. Being lodge owners at Fallbarrow we get free access to the leisure facilities at White Cross Bay just down the road. There, they have a swimming pool and a sauna.

The park is so close to Bowness where there's always something going on. This weekend we wandered round the shops and took a boat trip, but other times we've visited and checked out The Lakeland Aquarium, the World of Beatrix Potter and the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis. Plenty of kid-friendly attractions!

The staff are always incredibly helpful when we visit, and they have been since day one when we were deciding which model to buy.

There's a real community spirit when we're there as the neighbouring lodges are also owned and so if they're visiting when we are it's nice to see a friendly face.
Fallbarrow, Cumbria

: March in 2010

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10 Mar 2010: patrickbonner from Yorkshire reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We were at Fallbarrow at the weekend for the first time in ages. It's great having a home-from-home!

We bought a caravan at Fallbarrow a couple of years ago and absolutely love it up there. There's plenty of things going on within the park, although it's lacking the swimming pool facility that nearby White Cross Bay has, even though we are able to use their pool for a small fee as it is operated by the same firm. The other facilities on site are places to eat and drink, a shop, cycle hire, internet access and so much more than any other holiday park we've stayed at in the past.

Our caravan is comfortable, spacious and has everything a family of four could need for a holiday.
Fallbarrow Park, Cumbria

: March in 2010

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21 Dec 2009: AmandaP from Kent reviewed Fallbarrow Park

My parents own a holiday lodge on Fallbarrow Caravan Park and so my partner and I decided to take our children there during the summer.

We have a wonderful time, the children loved it and my husband and I felt like we have a great break away from the stresses of our everyday life.

The park staff were friendly (as we found at Todber) the park had excellent facilities, with a wonderful cafe and deli on site.

Highly recommended for a fantastic family holiday!
Fallbarrow Park, Cumbria

: August in 2009

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25 Nov 2009: HolidayMaker82 from London reviewed Fallbarrow Park

We recently bought a holiday caravan on this site after enjoyed many a summer holiday here. The park is always well maintained and tidy, the staff are helpful and pleasant, and there is plenty to do. It is in a really beautiful location on the shores of Lake Windermere, and the scenery is outstanding.

The deli on site has some wonderful local food which we always enjoy sampling during our visit. In an evening the boat house bar serves some great meals to enjoy with a glass of white.

A great place, that I would highly recommend.
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria, Lake District

: October in 2009

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15 Apr 2009: dippy27 from scottish borders reviewed Fallbarrow Park

we arrived without booking & were lucky to get the last pitch. the touring area is divided up into its own bays with electric, water & waste at your pitch.

the grounds are very clean & tidy & the toilet blocks are very high standard of cleanliness.

the bar is spacious with lovely leather sofa's, the kids have a games room next door, so they are easy to keep an eye on.

we were in the shop, but only bought a paper & croissants. ( £1.60 each was a bit steep)

the town is a 2 minute walk it is busy but beautiful.

would highly recommend the site & the area
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Lake District, Cumbria

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26 Jan 2009: teeny14uk from East Yorkshire reviewed Fallbarrow Park

My parents starting coming here about 25 years ago!! We started off in a tourer and now they stay in one of the beautiful statics. I think only once was there a mix up with the caravan they had book but was rectified straight away.

A beautiful site and great facilities!
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Lake District, Cumbria

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25 Aug 2008: ascott from Ayrshire, Scotland reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Our family were here in July for 4 nights and it would have been longer if we could have managed it but they were fully booked. We were in a touring pitch and have nothing but praise for the site and staff. Beautiful private pitches, stunning grounds and gardens and so tranquil down by the waters edge. Clean toilets and a lovely relaxing bar / lounge with lovely leather sofas. We will definitely be back next year and for a longer stay.
Fallbarrow Park, Windermere, Cumbria

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27 May 2008: lennybaby34 from flintshire reviewed Fallbarrow Park

fallbarrow park is perfect there is plenty to do without using the car everyday,but is central for exploring the lake district .the site is beautiful with excellent fascilities ,we stayed there in 2007 returning again 2008

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25 Mar 2008: Posh from South Shields reviewed Fallbarrow Park

I have to agree with Feb 20th's review. We found the site disappointing. It was a shame. It is more common than my wife and I had thought it would be and just general couldn't-care-if-you-were-there attitude with all the staff. Just lacked etiquette. Hated the £20 charge and check at the end of the visit - how insulting.

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22 Feb 2008: HAPPY COUPLE from GREATER MAN reviewed Fallbarrow Park

FRIENDLY STAFF, TAKE YOUR BOAT ALONG
IDEAL CLUB HOUSE FIVE MINUTES WALK INTO Bowness Tranquil location very spacious pitches , Great for fishing
great up market site, Not to expensive for the quality of the site.

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20 Feb 2008: janeparry from UK reviewed Fallbarrow Park

What a beautiful place, views were amazing and the gardens were immaculate- even in winter. Park is in a good location, the town of Bowness is in walking distance. Like the review below, we too had to have an inspection of the caravan, we did not find this an issue at all, and I suppose they have to keep a certain standard in the caravans. We all had a great time. Thumbs up from Parry family. Would definitely visit again!

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20 Feb 2008: The Way I Are reviewed Fallbarrow Park

Stunning on-site scenary. However, site failed in several areas. One of cleanliness and the other was the toilet was blocked in one of the caravans we rented and had to wait all day for it be fixed. The other holiday makers were common and on departure, like all the holiday makers, we had to have an insulting 'check' inside the caravan, to ensure we'd not damaged anything before we could leave!! School or what? We only stayed once and never again.

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6 Aug 2003: legacy from The Past reviewed Fallbarrow Park

** This review was originally posted by Waren,Karen & Lewis from Bury. **

Had an excellent time and would recommend this venue to anyone. The car did not move for a week as the location is A1 and there is so much to do around. Excellent for children as well with entertainment and onsite facilities.

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3 Aug 2003: legacy from The Past reviewed Fallbarrow Park

** This review was originally posted by JAMES AND HELEN from BLACKBURN WEST LOTHIAN. **

Had the best caravan holiday in years at Fallbarrow the place was so clean and everybody was so helpfull and friendly we went for a week in May and liked it so much that we had another week in June and we will be back again we loved the place

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1 Aug 2003: legacy from The Past reviewed Fallbarrow Park

** This review was originally posted by chris + alison rigby from st helens , merseyside. **

nice to see that the idiots comments have been wiped of.I defy anyone to say that fallbarrow park is not one of the if not the best park they have been on. stay away negative people. I cannot wait to go back in november.
David bellamy cannot be wrong.

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15 Jul 2003: legacy from The Past reviewed Fallbarrow Park

** This review was originally posted by Maria & Huw from North Wales. **

We had a fantastic honeymoon at Fallbarrow Park. The bar and restaurant serve top class food with chirpy, jolly staff. The shop has a great stock of essentials and treats. Bowness Town is so close we would walk there every morning for breakfast at MontClares (also highly recommended). The Park is lovely and quiet, and a walk to the water edge is lovely.

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4 Jul 2003: legacy from The Past reviewed Fallbarrow Park

** This review was originally posted by chris + alison rigby from st helens, merseyside. **

we have been to fallbarrow for the last 3 years around oct-nov and are going again this nov. we enjoy every visit. the site is clean so close to bowness,you can leave your car and enjoy a good night out with so much variety to eat and drink - even the pictures. the staff are very helpful and polite. we will be going every year for many years to come. fantastic location - fantastic site - great people and central to go anywhere in the lakes.
exellent value and the caravans are first class too.

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Professional Reviews

Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Award 2008

Fallbarrow Park is set among woodland on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere. It’s also just a few minutes’ walk into Bowness. The site is
well set out with large, hardstanding pitches that are separated by hedgerows and equipped with electric hook-up, water and TV aerial points. Good washroom, washing-up and laundry facilities mean you have time to spend on the water. The private jetty makes getting out there plain sailing. There is also a multi-activity play
area for the children.
1 Mar 2008
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks 2007

Falbarrow Park, which sits on the shore of Lake Windermere, has justifiably
been described by the English Tourism Council as “a park situated in an area of outstanding scenic beauty”.
This is without doubt one of Britain’s loveliest lakeside caravan parks, covering 32 acres amid wooded parkland along the eastern shore of the lake.
It extends a warm welcome to tourers and boasts an unrivalled setting in a natural and scenic environment covering 32 acres of wooded parkland.
To find Falbarrow, drive along the M6 and exit via junction 36. The touring pitches are easily reached from the site’s main road and they are separated by six-foot high hedges. These ensure privacy as well as providing more than adequate space.
The touring pitches are on hardstanding with spacious grass surrounds and all-weather awning bases. Every pitch also provides for direct connection to the fresh water supply, waste-water disposal, electricity and TV. These ultra-modern, ‘next generation’ pitches offer guests with the right equipment all the facilities of home. These pitches are grouped together, and are close to amenities and the slipways.
The park has two slipways of
its own and three jetties to make launching your boat convenient. Children’s facilities include the play area. Outdoor fun and games are all part of the Fallbarrow Park experience. Nearby leisure facilities include tennis courts, golf courses, windsurfing schools and pony trekking stables.
Just a five-minute stroll will take you to the centre of Bowness, with its many attractions and restaurants. And don’t forget the famous Lake Windermere steamers. The lakeside is particularly popular with British and foreign visitors, and the town can sometimes become grid-locked with pedestrians, let alone traffic, especially at Bank Holiday weekends. Therefore, visitors
are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.
11 Apr 2007
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2006

Fallbarrow Park could be described as the Ritz of caravan sites. As soon as you arrive, it’s clear how it’s gained this reputation, since the huge reception area feels more like that of a smart hotel than that of a touring park. Not only is the site very special, but so is its location right on the shores of Windermere, just five minutes walk from the centre of Bowness.
The facilities are all outstanding. There are two pristine washblocks and an excellent pub and restaurant with a games room and beer garden – ideal for relaxing while keeping an eye on your kids in the nearby children’s play area. There’s also a good selection of take-away food available from reception. All the staff on site are friendly, and you can sleep well in the knowledge that there is security on site 24 hours a day.
You’ll find lots of popular attractions nearby, including The World of Beatrix Potter. The site’s waterfront location means you’re ideally placed for taking
a cruise around Windermere.
19 Apr 2006
Practical Motorhome Independent Site Reviews.

This park could be called the Ritz of Lake District caravan sites. Even the huge reception area feels more like that of a five-star hotel than a family retreat. This is the campsite for all those who appreciate the outdoor life but simultaneously hanker after first-class facilities.
Fallbarrow is on the shores of Lake Windermere, just five minutes walk from Bowness village centre. Cruises around the lake are available within easy walking distance, and among the popular attractions is The World of Beatrix Potter. If you want to get close to nature then there are numerous walks and trails nearby. And the site's lakeside location means that you can enjoy watching wildfowl and boats meander up and down the lake. Should the weather turn inclement, there's a large games room to keep everyone amused.
The staff are friendly and approachable and you can sleep securely in your bed at night knowing that there is security on site 24 hours a day. Unfortunately, there are only 39 touring pitches which means that early booking for peak season is required. However, the site's set over a huge area, and every single slot is a ‘superpitch'. For an all-inclusive fee you get grass and hardstanding, drinking water, waste water disposal, electricity and a TV point.
The amenities are also outstanding, including two pristine toilet facilities. There's a great pub with a games room and beer garden, which is ideal for relaxing in. Take-away food is also available.
This park is a great choice for an active family holiday in a beautiful area. 21 Feb 2006
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Awards 2005

Fallbarrow Park is the Ritz of Lakeland caravan sites – even the huge reception area feels more like that of a five-star hotel. It is ideal for families who like the outdoor life but want first-class facilities and lots to do on their doorstep.
The site is on the shores of Lake Windermere, just five minutes’ walk from Bowness village centre, where there are lots of popular attractions, including the World of Beatrix Potter. Cruises around the lake start from a nearby quay.
The staff are friendly and approachable, and you can sleep securely in your bed at night knowing that there are ample security provisions on site, 24 hours a day.
There are only 38 touring pitches, which means that early booking for peak season is required. However, the site is set over a huge area and every single slot is a ‘superpitch’, which provides hardstanding and grass, drinking water, waste-water disposal, electricity and a TV point for
an all-inclusive fee.
The facilities are also outstanding. There are two pristine toilet blocks, a great pub cum restaurant with games room and beer garden, which is ideal for relaxing in while keeping an eye on the antics of the kids.
A good selection of take-away food is also available from here.
All in all, this park makes a great choice for an active family holiday in a beautiful area.21 Apr 2005
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2004

Fallbarrow Park is the Ritz of caravan sites in the Lake District – even the huge reception area feels more like that of a five-star hotel. It is ideal for families who like the outdoor life, but want first-class facilities and lots to do on their doorstep.

The site is right on the shores of Lake Windermere, just five minutes walk from Bowness village centre. There are, of lots of popular Lakeland attractions, including The World of Beatrix Potter. Cruises around Lake Windermere are available within easy walking distance.

The staff are very friendly and approachable, and you can sleep securely in your bed at night knowing that there is security on site 24 hours a day.

There are only 39 touring pitches, which means that early booking for peak season is required. However, the site set over a huge areas, and every single slot is a ‘superpitch’, which provides hardstanding and grass, drinking water, waste-water disposal, electricity and a TV point for an all-inclusive fee.

The facilities are also outstanding. There are two pristine toilet blocks and a great pub and restaurant with games room and beer garden, which is ideal for relaxing in while keeping an eye on the antics of the kids. A good selection of take-away food is also available from here. All in all, this park is a great choice for an active family holiday in a beautiful area.

19 Jul 2004
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2003

Set on the shore of Lake Windermere, Fallbarrow Park is surely the envy of sites across the land; you couldn’t want for a more scenic location. A 600-metre stretch on the shore offers boat-launching facilities for craft up to 18ft long. You can also enjoy a stroll around Fallbarrow’s beautifully kept lawns and gardens.

There are 38 hardstanding pitches and all come with 16A electricity hook-up and each pitch is hedged or fenced for privacy. Fallbarrow Park is maintained to a very high standard, but that is no surprise when you consider that the managers also run last year’s number one park, Limefitt. There are two heated toilet blocks that are kept very clean, a baby washroom and a hairdressing area. In terms of on-site leisure, the Boathouse pub provides an ideal place to unwind and enjoy a few drinks, a light snack or even a full meal. There is also a games room and a lounge, which is a great spot to sit back and enjoy the views.

If you want to venture off-site you will find plenty to do; Bowness Bay is only a short walk away, and pony trekking, tennis and golf are all available nearby. The reception area at thrs are just a stone’s throw away. As well as the sights and sounds of Blackpool Pier, you will also find opportunities fishing, golf and horseriding nearby.

If you’ve got children that like to be kept busy, but equally you are after a site where you can relax and takes things at a nice easy pace, then Marton Mere Holiday Village is the place for you.
1 Jan 2003
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sleeps
2
bedrooms
2
model
Willerby / Rio Gold
size
12m x 28m
year built
2014
This lovely Caravan is designed to make the best possible use of the internal space and feels spacious and roomy. There is an open plan dining/living area, galley kitchen and two bedrooms plus a nice family shower room and plenty of storage space throughout. The Caravan is sited within 5 minutes walking distance from the Lake and in a peaceful sunny part of the park -2014 site fees included. The village of Bowness on Windermere is only a short walk away from the park.

£49,995.00

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sleeps
2
bedrooms
2
model
Reiver / Elgin
size
20m x 34m
year built
2014
This fantastic Lodge is situated on a rise in the park so it is not overlooked. It is in the process of refurbishment. This is a very spacious Lodge with an open plan feel to the lovely Lounge/Dining/Kitchen area. The main bedroom has its own en-suite and their is a large twin room and a fantastic family bathroom with corner bath. Look out for the photographs after refurbishment.

£149,995.00

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sleeps
2
bedrooms
2
model
Omar / Kingfisher
size
20m x 38m
year built
2014
A fantastic Lodge, with upgraded decking. This is a large Lodge with ample room for any family to enjoy. The main room is open plan with the lounge, dining room and kitchen providing an excellent living space. The main bedroom has its own en-suite and is very spacious, the second bedroom is large enough for any children or guests to feel relaxed in. It is not often a Lodge of this standard comes on to the pre-owned market, don’t miss out.

£169,995.00

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PitchesNo.Price
Motorhome pitches38£18.50-£30.00
Tent pitchesno
Touring pitches38£18.50-£30.00
Seasonal pitchesno
Serviced pitchesYes
For rentNo.Price
Camping podsno
ChaletsYes£223.00-£1,379.00
Holiday homesYes£162.00-£771.00
Residential homesYes

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