High Gregg Hall Lodge

High Gregg Hall Farm, Underbarrow, Cumbria, LA8 8BL

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Set on a working farm in the Lake District national park. Situated in the countryside 10 minutes from Kendal and 20 minutes from Bowness and Lake Windermere. There are a handful of lovely pubs close by serving good food and traditional ales. The village of Underbarrow has a network of bridlepaths and footpaths some leading to Scout Scar where you have uninterrupted views across the Lyth Valley, famous for Damson products including gin.

Close by you will find Levens Hall, Sizergh Castle and Low Sizergh Barn Shop and Cafe, serving home made bakes and local produce in the shop. All about a 15 minute drive away.

The site is new for December 2020. It has a small built shower and toilet room. Hard standing and electric points to each pitch.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:30 AM

0.75 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

Commercial site adjacent

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7 night stay

High Gregg Hall Lodge
We arrived home on Sunday after a 7 night stay. A great new site that is already busy but quiet, extra large pitches with electric, waste and water. Small shower room but as we were on service pitch we used the shower in the caravan. Roads can be narrow, but we have a twin axle and it was no issue. Cows walk past behind the pitch on their way for milking, and are quite funny to watch as they stop to almost give you the once over before moving on. Beautiful area, close for exploring the Lakes. The village pub 'The Black Labrador' does great food, but book as soon as you decide, we booked on the sunday for the friday and only had a choice of 2 time slots .Also ate in 'The Wheatsheaf' in Brigsteer, again great food, and both dog friendly, which is a must for us. I can see this gem of a CL becoming very popular and people will need to book well in advance, we will definitely be returning. Jane the owner very accommodating and helpful, nothing to much trouble.

Karen1965

Reviewed on 15/09/2021 20:52

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Beautiful site

High Gregg Hall Lodge
One of the nicest pitches we have been on, fully serviced, lots of space and with a picnic table. Facilities were immaculate Owner really friendly and helpful Wish we had stayed longer Highly recommend

Kevin McLachlan

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Reviewed on 14/09/2021 14:43

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High Gregg Hall Lodge
We had a lovely 3 night stop over on the way to Scotland. It was perfect. So quiet. We were early but were able to check in which was great. The owners were very friendly. It is a working farm and you can watch the cows morning and night. My son loved it. The self contained bathroom was great. Very good value for money. Close to Kendal and 20 mins into Windermere. Thank you very much.

Arnopps

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Reviewed on 17/08/2021 17:51

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High Gregg Hall Lodge
Stayed here 18-25 June 2021 Nice location, excellent facilities, good TV reception and an excellent host! Jane, take a bow.

Jono44

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Reviewed on 11/08/2021 20:00

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High Gregg Hall Lodge
We stayed here with our 3 dogs for a week in July 2021. Great Pitch, plenty of room, grassy area with picnic table next to pitch, Hook Up, water and Drain on each pitch. Just a short walk away a purpose built shower, toilet and washbasin, very new and modern. Lovely welcome from Jane who we saw several times for a chat. Fresh eggs also available from the farm. Cows walk by the vans twice a day for milking (the other side of the fence) and take their time strolling back. There are 3 well spaced Glamping pods across the way on the hill far enough away from the caravans. There is no dedicated dog walk but enough space to walk dogs on the lead morning and evening. We found a couple of footpaths nearby one walking distance through some houses to reach the fields and the other one at the end of the village if you don't mind walking up a steep hill. The best walk is to drive up to Scout scar which has 2 car parks and is a lovely walk with beautiful wild flowers and dogs can be off the lead. Once you find your way around it is very accessible to Windemere and other well known spots. Sizergh Castle and Barn Farm shop is definitely worth a visit. We very much enjoyed our stay here.

mrs pettett

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Reviewed on 19/07/2021 21:15

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