For family holidays in Lancashire, Ribble Valley is a stunning country and leisure park close to the River Ribble and just moments from the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Featuring breathtaking views of local Pendle Hill, Ribble Valley has elegantly landscaped gardens with beautiful water features and is ideally situated in a place steeped in history and heritage with a variety of castles, caves and museums to explore.
Open all year round, Ribble Valley is pet-friendly with a children’s adventure playground and games room, gym, shop and launderette plus Wi-Fi access.
Ribble Valley is the perfect place to relax and unwind and boasts a thriving owners' community. Please enquire about holiday homes for sale at Ribble Valley today.
The local Buck Inn is only a 2-minute walk from the park. Owners benefit from partnerships we have with local restaurants and pubs with fantastic discounts available. We are also partnered with the award-winning Coniston Hotel and Spa, where our owners can benefit from using the swimming pool and thermal spa facilities. The countryside for walks, cycling and more is just wonderful.
DirectionsFrom the A59 Clitheroe to Skipton, take the A682 north (towards Settle) at Gisburn. After 2 miles take an unclassified road left, to Paythorne (by the brown Caravan Park sign). The park is on the left after ¾ mile.
Things to do in Lancashire
The surrounding countryside is perfect for walking and cycling and the park is a perfect base from which to explore the nearby Yorkshire Dales, Trough of Bowland and Bronte Country.
The Lake District is an hour away by car and the Settle - Carlisle Railway is nearby. Skipton is only 10 mins, Harrogate is 40 mins, York is an hour by car and Clitheroe train station is only 8 miles from the park
Based on 3 review(s)
UK 22 Mar 2012
we stayed at our parents caravan at Twyn Ghyll when the park opened on the 1st of march .what a differance to being in a big city it was,lazy walks and great food in the evening at the buck inn down the road. Only stayed four nights but came back home completely chilled , cant wait till the summer when we can use it again going to try a day out in Skipton
lancshire 12 Nov 2010
John and Fran Honeyman love the freedom that owning a Holiday Home gives them. They have owned on the park for over seven years and knew on their first visit that it was the place for them. "The park is lovely, really clean and tidy with amazing views and lots of space between the Holiday Homes. The grandkids enjoy the play area and the pool while for the big kids the Buck Inn down the road is fantastic."
Liverpool 25 Jan 2009
I spent a few weekends at this park last summer, staying at my sister's caravan and I loved it so much we are definitely buying there this spring. The thing that we loved about it was the peace and quiet. Places to visit in the area and the local pub is within walking distance. There is the children's play area and football pitch, which my nephews had great fun on.
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