Crosslands Farm

Rusland, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 8JU

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  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Located in the unspoilt Rusland Valley between Coniston Water and Windermere, our CL is on a working farm surrounded by fields with views of the valley and fells.   Nearby Grizedale Visitors Centre is where you can enjoy GoApe, walks and bike rides. Experience a visit to Beatrix Potters' House, a Gondola on Coniston, the Steamers and Aquarium at Windermere or leave your car to enjoy the several walks from the CL. 

Hook-ups, hard standing, a large grass area ideal for playing, 2 swings and BBQ are all available.

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: variable
  • Working farm

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Price per night for extra car: £1.00

Pitches

Types of pitch: hardstanding

Electric hook up available

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0.75 acres

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Lat 54.296561 / Lon -3.009845
OS field ref:
SD344894
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Beautifully secluded

Well off the beaten track, very peaceful and quiet, lovely views. Owners very helpful. No TV or phone, site basic - all of which we wanted! The directions in the handbook are fine and probably the only safe way to get there towing a van. Although the approach from the main A590 road over several miles is long and occasionally narrow, the only real problems are at the start (after you leave the main road where there is a narrow blind hill), and at the end after turing into the road to Crosslands Farm. There isn't anywhere to stop at the farm without blocking the road, so you can either do this or continue to the site which is about 200 yards further on and where there is plenty of room to turn. Don't do what we did which was to try to pull in opposite the farm, where there is a low roof which we collided with causing some damage
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A wonderful, tranquil site with the most beautiful distant views and lots of easy walking from the site.

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I agree wjth all the previous reviews. The field is large but all the pitches are crammed together which is a real shame. The grass was long when we arrived so by the time we left after 2 weeks the grass was Very long. No real problem with that but it did confirm the lack of visibilty of the site owner - we didn't see anyone all week. We got the feeling the owner is not particularly interested in the site.  The waste drain for toilet contents has no tap so you have to go 100yds to rinse out your tank. As there is no tap at the waste point you cant rinse away any splashes around the drain. Not very hygenic.  The business size wheelie bin was absolutely full when we arrived and was not emptied during the 2 weeks we were there. By the time we left we couldnt get our rubbish in the bin so had to leave it (bagged) at the side of the bin. Again, not very pleasant and a bit smelly. Having said all that we had a fantastic holiday and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The other people on the site were all very friendly. Incidently they made similar comments re no waste tap and the pitches being too close together. A real shame. Would we go back....probably not to that particular site, there are loads of other sites to go to in one of the most beautiful areas in the world. 

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Nice site but!

When we arrived at the site we were amazed at the tranquil surroundings but disappointed at the pitch spacing there just isn't enough distance between units, if you don't mind this then 'go for it' Also the access road is very narrow and as others have said, timing is important when negotiating this road, unfortunately not everyone will be aware how busy this road can be and when? we left the site at our usual time (10-00am) to go home - big mistake. However I have to say that it is a nice place but there are others with better access
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Great site!

Just back from 6 nights at this CL.  Owners very discreet - had to go and find them to pay at the end but this was fine.  Site beautiful - very quiet, plenty big enough for five vans, swings for children.  Loads to do for all weathers within 20 minutes drive.  Walk to high dam is excellent although not well signposted. The roads are narrow in places, especially if you have a big outfit, but its OK if you take your time and try and avoid the obvious times at the beginning and the end of the day when most people are on the way to or the way home from that day's event / activity.  Previous reviewers have said it but it is worth saying again - DO NOT follow your sat nav.  We did on the way back from a day out during our stay, really out of curiosity to see where it sent us, and some of the roads it sends you down would be more or less impassible with a van on the back! The only thing that stops me giving the site five stars is that the hard standings are quite close together - if you had five vans with awnings on you would be really close to your neighbour.  Don't really understand why they are so close - the site is plenty big enough. Would I go back?? Definitely!
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