Broomedge Farm

Burford Lane, Lymm, Cheshire, WA13 0SE

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  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Broomedge Farm CL is a lovely, peaceful spot, in the quiet countryside in north Cheshire. Close to Lymm Village, and just a few miles from the motorway - the M56 (J8) is just 3 miles away and the M6 (J20a) 4 miles away, and handy for Manchester (16 miles) and Liverpool (26miles). Situated close to the motorway in the middle of the country, we make a great stopping-off point for north-south journeys.

The site is 1 acre and the maximum outfit length (caravan/motorhome)  is 8 metres, the site is relatively level, with a hardstanding area. All pitches have electric hook up. There is a local shop and a number of pubs within walking distance.

Wonderful views of Rivington Pike and Winter Hill.

Lymm - 3 miles - quaint village with numerous pubs, coffee shops/restaurants. Easily reached on foot along the Bridgewater Canal. Home to Lymm (Arts) Festival and Historic Transport Day held every June.

Lyme Park - a glorious house set in extensive gardens and surrounded by high hills. Famous as the location for Mr Darcy's water-soaked appearance in the BBC's 'Pride and Prejudice'!

Tatton Park -The Mansion and Tudor Old Hall are set in 1,000 acres of beautiful parkland - studded with lakes and framed by tree-lined avenues, home to herds of deer. Tatton also has a working farm and play area.

Dunham Massey - Georgian country estate set in magnificent deer park. During WW1 the house Dunham was transformed into a military hospital becoming a sanctuary for the trenches for 300 soldiers.

Arley Hall - Victorian house built in the Elizabethan style with wonderful gardens.

Styal Mill The Mill on Channel 4 inspired by the history of this 18th century Cotton mill and Apprentice House.

The Trafford Centre (10 miles) is one of the best shopping centres in the North West. Just off the M60, Manchester's orbital motorway. Top retail names and extensive food court with over 60 cafes, restaurants and bars - and the entertainment zone has a 20 screen cinema, 10-pin bowling, rock climbing and dodgems!

Manchester - the city centre for shopping, the Northern Quarter boasts a huge variety of smaller food shops and restaurants. Salford Quays for the Lowry Centre, Imperial War MuseumLowry Outlet Mall, Media City.

Liverpool - the waterfront area is full of life, get back to the Sixties in The Beatle Story, great shopping in Liverpool One, or just 'Ferry across the Mersey' 

The North West is famed for sporting excellence. Manchester UnitedManchester City Liverpool and Everton for football.  Sale Sharks (Rugby Union), Salford and Warrington (Rugby League).

Chill Factore -indoor ski and board centre where you can enjoy real snow! Close to the Trafford Retail Centre, the main slope is 180m long and 100m across at its widest point, plus 2 beginners' areas, a luge track and a children's snowplay area.

Old Trafford is home to Lancashire County Cricket club, where you can see both county games and Test matches (internationals).

Manchester Velodrome  - the national cycling centre and the home of the Great Britain team.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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1 acres

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GPS:
Lat 53.370912 / Lon -2.445273
OS field ref:
SJ707861
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Liverpool (20 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Warington

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Always Pleased to Arrive Here

We have been to Broomedge several times now and always really enjoy the place. Nice level field, quiet and spacious so easily set up and with a pleasant view over the adjacent fields. Nigel (the farmer/owner) is always helpful and its only a few minutes walk to a good eating-pub and a very convenient shop. Lovely part of the countryside nearby too. Everything we look for in a CL.

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We have stayed on this site on numerous occasions and have used both the hard standing and the grass pitches depending on the time of year. A working farm with good views, friendly welcome and always quiet. Will continue to visit.

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Flower show visit

Revisiting this excellent site for our stopover whilst we went to Tatton flower show. The views from the pitches are simply stunning and the large field allows for plenty of space between pitches. There are no extra charges for awnings and 2 great pubs and a shop a short walk away. A great cl for National trust properties on the doorstep.

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Good location

Had a good three nights stay at this very easy to find working farm site. We had to use the hard standing area as its that time of year but that's no problem to us as motorhomers we like hard standing to prevent sinking in to boggy fields. Owner was friendly. Did not use the local shop or pubs but they are very handy not far at all to walk to. Some noise from Manchester airport but not too intrusive. Just watch on the drive in for any overhanging small branches driving slowly made it ok. Black waste disposal not fantastic as its in a different field and the grass was wet so not ideal. Good open view of the local country side and we were lucky to see a nice rainbow all adding to the stay. Will use again when in the area.
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Close to Tatton Park & good eateries

This site was ideal for Tatton Park and the owner Nigel was very helpful with directions and advice. Found a very good pub/dining very near the entrance which served good food and made us welcome. As other reviewers have stated, the hygiene in the portaloo left a lot to be desired, namely cleaning and hand wash facilities - so stick to using your own facilities.The description does state it is a working farm. The hard standing is not to the standard of other CL sites. Had a good stay though and wish all CL sites would provide the details & photos as this owner has!
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