Ghyll House Farm

Wreay, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA4 0SA

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Hot tub and holistic beauty and hairdresser on site.
  • Self catering also available for your non caravanning family or friends.
  • Trout fishing on site (£5 per rod per day).
  • Margaret looks forward to welcoming you to her CL.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Disabled facilities*
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

Prices

Extras

Price per night for awning: £2.00

Pitches

Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

1.5 acres

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
CA4 0SA
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GPS:
Lat 54.82945 / Lon -2.87418
OS field ref:
NY434484
OS map ref:
85

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Carlisle, Penrith
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Carlisle
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Long weekend stay

Well what can I say about this site. This has to be the best site we have ever been on. The site is beautiful and well kept and well maintained and so peaceful. The owners Margaret and her mum and dad Tom and Pam are lovely people and made us feel so welcome and nothing was too much trouble for them and were always there if you needed anything. We used the hot tub facility that they have on site and it was amazing. Margaret had lit lots of candles in the room for us and hung up bathrobes for us all and supplied us with a jug of cold water and some glasses. The attention to detail and those little touches were amazing. Didn't want to leave could have stayed there forever. Loved our little chats with you all. Thank you all for a wonderful stay we loved every second of it and you are lovely welcoming people. See you again 100%. Susan & David and Adam Johnson x
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Good stop over ......

...... and possibly longer should you so wish. Our Lad loved seeing all the trains go past though it was a tad noisy during the night. Really well kept site though my only gripe is the amount of cats roaming around (5 to my knowledge) as I'm not a cat lover by any stretch! Just a short walk up to a very interesting church (only one designed by a woman in uk). Would highly recommend.
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Here we go again...

I am just about to book another visit to this, one of my favourite sites for staying over whenever I head North. The owners could not be more welcoming, the facilities are clean and well kept, and the location splendid - quiet roads for walking, birds singing all round, and a merry little river at the foot of the site just to add to the beauty. The biggest vote of confidence however comes from my dog. A short walk up the road by the railway bridge is the sweetest little permissive wood, full of interesting smells and leafy tracks. He says it's just the job for a four legged friend who has been cooped up in the van for a long journey.

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Our favourite stop-over

We have stopped here quite a few times on our way north, it's a nice little site close to the M6. You can walk into the village, to the pub and down the lanes and (apart from the adjacent railway line) it's fairly peaceful. During the wet months we were able to stay on hardstanding as we're quite heavy, We also like the warm shower room, especially nice in the colder months and the farm setting - there were some very cute lambs last time we stayed!
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Lovely night halt on returning home from Islay

The Islay Ferry did not dock till 12-00,so with 350 miles to cover we opted for a stop rather than arrive home after dark. We only phoned ahead less than 1 hour but a pitch was available. The access from M6 is good and the C.L. is amongst the best we have used. Super facilities,short grass,peaceful spot but Oh those noisy lambs!!!!!!!!!. As good a night halt for Scotland as you could wish for. Well done Margaret,a little gem of the network.

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