Low Hall Farm

Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA17 7TR

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Low Hall Farm is a tranquil site, set on a working beef and sheep farm with land running from the Duddon Estuary to Kirkby Moor. Families are welcome. The site itself is self contained surrounded by dry stonewalls, enjoying stunning views of the estuary and the Lakeland fells. There is a slate gravel track running through the site giving excellent access to the hard standing pitches, the lawned area provides ample space for awnings. All pitches have electric hook-up. There is a modern well maintained centrally heated shower block with disabled access. There is a separate small adjacent site to the CL.

Please Note: No dogs allowed

The site is an excellent base for exploring the south lakes area and within easy reach of Coniston and Windermere. There is a local shop and pub within a mile of the site and the nearby towns and villages offer supermarkets, shopping and restaurants, as well as a range of attractions and activities.

Facilities on site ...

  • Disabled facilities*
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
LA17 7TR
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GPS:
Lat 54.220872 / Lon -3.178066
OS field ref:
SD233817
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Kirkby In Furness

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A Cumbrian gem

Low Hall Farm
Booked by phone and Tracey advised on preferred payment and told us to take our pick from available pitches on arrival. We arrived to find beautifully cut grass, borderline bowling green standards. Hard standing slots woven into the grass, brilliant. Easy access to water on each pitch. A super shower and toilet block is onsite, clean, warm and lovely hot showers. We always use our own facilities but even we gave in and used these. Plenty of bins for recycling etc. The views are staggeringly good, a nice walk (under a mile) into the Village for the 2 pubs, shop and train station. Tracey was a great host, very friendly, knowledgeable of the area and her relaxed attitude onsite appealed to our laid back approach to holidays. Definitely one for us to return to, terrific value for money and hugely enjoyed.

LordandLadyT

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Reviewed on 30/06/2022 12:22

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Immaculately kept site with stunning views

Low Hall Farm
Stayed here for 4 nights at the end of May. The site is beautiful and has the most gorgeous views over the fields to the water. We went for a walk to a couple of nearby pubs. Quite steep coming back at times but manageable and a lovely walk. Ideal spot for exploring the Furness area. Can highly recommend Furness Abbey and a walk round the woodland nearby. Stunning. Would definitely return to this site if we were in the area.

Mutineer

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Reviewed on 25/06/2022 13:24

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Lovely peaceful location

Low Hall Farm
We have just returned from a lovely 4 night stay at the farm. The pitches were exceedingly spacious with a shared tap next to the EHU. The shower/toilet block was excellent with two large rooms each containing a shower, toilet and sink and two smaller rooms containing a toilet and sink. As it is a working farm you expect to see and hear farmyard activity but this only adds to the enjoyment, aside from the noise from the sheep and cows there is absolute peace and quiet. A short walk from the farm is a small village with a cricket pitch (I even took in a game on the Saturday), a childrens playground, a pub and shop. Access was easy (providing you come in the recommended route from the south). The last 150 yards is down a narrow track but there is plenty of visibility and ample room to manoeuvre into the site itself. Tracey was very friendly and welcoming, even bringing us some ear plugs as some noisy grass collecting was due to over run into the evening. As it happens we didn't hear a thing. A thoroughly enjoyable relaxing stay in a lovely location.

Mickbroth

Reviewed on 20/06/2022 20:52

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Very friendly welcome to immaculately kept site with shared facilities. Well organised and good communication from the owner. Map of local footpaths and other information at the facilities. Walks possible along the estuary and over the fells. Good views from most pitches. The Greyhound in Grizebeck does very good pub food - well worth a visit. Shop in village for essentials / papers.

RichardLynne

Reviewed on 01/10/2021 16:56

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Low Hall Farm
This was only our 4th outing so still trying to find our feet with our Motorhome and using sites. We had a bit of trouble finding the site initially as we were advised to ignore Sat Nav but actually Sat Nav was spot on! Bigger site than expected and we easily found a free spot and hooked up. Now I think there might have been an a problem with the point we initially plugged into as we woke up one morning really cold as the electric had tripped over night and we only had the heating on low so wasnt pulling too many amps. Anyway i switched to the other side of the hookup and it remained stable for the rest of our stay. Then again it could have been me :-) Because you are on an elevated site you get great views of the surrounding area. The weather wasnt great but hey it was a winter break so we werent expecting much. The only issue we had at the time of stay was that there was some logging going on at the back of the farm and it started early and finished quite late, but again its winter so not really a normal time to stop on a site I guess. There was a great shower block with 2 showers and toilets plus another 2 toilets and it was all heated. Now if I wasnt still shielding (transplant paitient) I would have used these but that would be for a time when I have had my full vaccine. Short walk into the village below that has a shop and a pub and from there you can get down to the train station and go over the bridge to the side that lets you onto the beach so that you can have a good walk (but watch out for quicksand!) Overall a good stay and will go back in better weather we think.

Simon and Sarah

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Reviewed on 06/01/2021 11:54

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