Discover the Lake District from this exclusive family-owned park, situated in the charming Lakeland village of Gilcrux, offering new super-size touring pitches with lighting and water provided.
This scenic park in the Western Lake District boasts an ideal location just five miles from the historic market town of Cockermouth, sitting between the Lake District's mountainous landscapes and the beautiful Cumbria coast. The Beeches Caravan Park enjoys stunning views across the Solway Firth and its spectacular sunsets, as well as being perfectly situated for exploring everything the Lake District has to offer.
The park's new super-size annual touring pitches are the perfect place to park up your touring caravan, coming complete with water and lighting and situated amongst the lovely landscaped grounds. The Beeches Caravan Park is an unbeatable holiday destination you'll want to visit again and again.
A variety of on-park facilities make this the perfect place for your Lake District holiday. It's easy to pick up your daily essentials from the convenient site shop, which also includes a Post Office. There's a large children's playground for the kids to blow off some steam, as well as a handy laundry room. And on the edge of the park you'll find the Bar 'n' Bistro where you can enjoy a refreshing drink or a delicious meal.
There are some fantastic local amenities in the village of Gilcrux. The Masons' Arms country inn is situated just across the road from the park and offers a fantastic food menu and a great place for a casual drink. Also in the village is a riding school and a trout farm.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the Lake District National Park is within easy reach of the caravan park, as is the West Cumbria coastline.
The Beeches Caravan Park is family-friendly and welcomes dogs.
DirectionsFROM THE SOUTH
The Lake District National Park is close at hand, with the northern and western areas easily accessible. The market town of Keswick is just a half-hour drive, with Bassenthwaite Lake, Derwentwater, Loweswater, Buttermere, Ennerdale and other lakes also nearby.
The western area of the Lake District has four main valleys to visit, each with their own individual charm. Ennerdale contains one of Cumbria's biggest forests, as well as a deep glacial lake with beautiful clear water. The valley of Eskdale doesn't have its own lake, though it is home to the small villages of Eskdale Green, Santon Bridge, and Boot. Wasdale enjoys wild scenery and boasts England's deepest lake, Wastwater, as well as extending up to England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike. And Dunnerdale, also known as the Duddon Valley, is a tranquil, natural location, through which runs the beautiful River Duddon.
The market town of Cockermouth is just 5 miles away and is well worth a visit. Here you'll find the childhood home of famous poet William Wordsworth.
The stunning Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty isn't far either and makes a great place to visit for a seaside break, with the lovely village of Allonby, with its long sandy beach, just 3.5 miles away.
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