Netherhall

Netherhall Estate, Netherhall Road, Maryport, Cumbria, CA15 6NT

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

  • In parkland.
  • Within 10 miles of RSPB nature reserve.
  • Good area for walking.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water

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2 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
CA15 6NT
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GPS:
Lat 54.71666 / Lon -3.48783
OS field ref:
NY042367
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Maryport

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Eccentrically charming and quirky.

Netherhall
We stayed for a week and realised it’s not long enough. So much to see and do or just chill in the lovely grounds watching the trees and flowers whilst catching a glimpse of the resident owls. Quirky facilities but all working well. For fresh fish lovers, there is no fishmonger in the town, go to the aquarium in the harbour to get the day and time of the fishing boat arrival and buy direct from the boat. This CL is definitely listed as a return for us. Thank you Eileen and Ann who made us feel most welcome

Loulou

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Reviewed on 25/05/2022 18:50

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Bargain!!

Netherhall
We stayed here on Friday and Saturday 22nd and 23rd April and what a bargain, only £10 per night and that included hook up. We were met by a lady who helps out. She directed us to where to park and as it was a fair distance from the hookup, she loaned as a long cable. Also within easy walking to Maryport. Highly recommend this site...

Brianoliver

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Reviewed on 25/04/2022 18:24

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Netherhall
Site is in grounds of old manor house, very well kept with open aspect. Site area surrounded by rhododendrons and trees. Site is within walking distance of Maryport town. Very friendly people running the site. Our first visit but would definitely go again. Exception value for money😊

xc60

Caravanner from Tyne & Wear

Reviewed on 05/07/2021 15:47

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Netherhall
We visited this absolute gem of a site for a 2 night break. It has to be Cumbria's best kept secret! Quiet surroundings with woods and gardens and a very warm welcome from Eileen who gave us the history of the place. Facilities are basic but well worth the £9 a night we paid. Water and EHU are available, no shower and only a single toilet, recycling bins and grey and black waste disposal. An easy 10 minute walk into town where we had the best fish and chips by the harbour. A previous review has mentioned dogs but apart from our own we didn't see or hear any. We don't often go back to places but this is definitely on our return list

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Reviewed on 19/06/2021 16:37

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Little gem

Netherhall
We stayed for 2 nights in October so that we could visit friends in Maryport. Booking over the phone was casual, so I had an idea what to expect on arrival. We were told how to get through the locked gates and found this to be perfectly straightforward. On arrival Anne was extremely friendly and helpful to us, advising on best location as the ground was quite soft. She also loaned us her bread boards to avoid sinking. The site is all grass set within the grounds of an old mansion where only part of the building remains. It is surrounded by trees and next to the Ellen river, both of which do an excellent job of masking any traffic noise. The site is a 5 minute walk to the centre of town, (we can highly recommend the lifeboat bar and restaurant for excellent pub grub and Her Citi for lunch or coffee and cake. Sluice could be indicated more clearly as it is tucked in behind the Lodge house which has nothing to do with the site. It’s not fancy, there are no signs with lots of rules, they clearly assume you will be sensible and know what you’re doing, which we rather like! Perfect location to meander round Maryport which has enough to offer the visitor a couple of days activities.

gingenie

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Reviewed on 16/10/2019 11:12

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