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Campsite is pleasant enough, the communal cabin is a nice touch.
However, we did not get what we booked. We booked for 2 adjacent hard standing pitches, with 5 tents pitched around them.
In reality the 2 hard standing pitches were on opposite sides of...More
Such a gorgeous view- instantly relaxing!
Despite being busy (middle of summer holidays) the owners were lovely and really helpful. We hired a fire pit for the weekend which was the cherry on the cake.
It's a little drive from Keswick and Ullswater but well...More
We came here with family for a weekend away. The campsite was lovely. Clean toilets and showers, staff were friendly amd helpfull. It wasn't near to anything that was the only downside. I would come back again
Good clean toilets and showers. Always hot water avaiibe. The lounge log cabin and undercover eating area are great when it rains. Grass pitches are well drained.
It is busy at peak times, but with amazing views of blencathra and great transport links to the...More
We stayed Friday through to Monday, even though they didn't know of me booking in advance (cool camping website - even after sending an email warning we would arrive late and getting a response) they were more than happy for us to set up camp....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.
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.