Yanwath Woodhouse

Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2JB

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Shop adjacent.

Facilities on site ...

  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1.5 acres

Lawned site

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Lat 54.630171 / Lon -2.737668
OS field ref:
NY525264
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Transport links

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

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Lowther castle Yanwath woodhouse farm

Great little site, on a working farm. The location is walking distance to Lowther Castle and gardens (~ 1.5 miles) which has some great gardens and highland cows. Its a lovely walk down through the woods and over the river. Theres some nice pubs nearby, bee hive (local boozer) and George and Dragon (posh foody), there was more pubs nearby too, the punch bowl, we missed but looked great. It's not far from pooley bridge (~5 miles) as we popped down for a pint. All in all a nice spot, only stayed 1 night, I'd recommend staying at the top bit of the orchard field if it's been raining. Would happily return, owner friendly and helpful.
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Fabulous Weekend

July 2020 after a very strange few months of "lockdown" we booked this site for ourselves and some close friends and had the most lovely experience despite the weather. We had the whole site to ourselves (4 units in total) as there was no one else there on the other pitch. The site is beautifully located not far from Eamont Bridge and Askham, directly above the large Lowther Caravan site. This place was, in our opinion, so so much better in EVERY respect. The owners were lovely and even lent us some chairs on the first night as one of the couples had forgotten to bring theirs. The large field is slightly sloping but relatively flat, mostly grass pitches but there is a small hardstanding near the elsan and water point and a single toilet. TV reception is excellent and EHU was very much appreciated. Having the site to ourselves was a bonus we'd not really anticipated, meaning we could sit out at night until after dark chatting and catching up without the risk of disturbing anyone else. We only live an hour away and I do hope we can get to visit again soon, In short, we loved the place!
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A lovely site in a great location

We stayed here one night and enjoyed our stay. The site is very well-maintained. It's situated in a grass field next to the farmhouse and buildings, with some fruit trees. It's in a brilliant location for exploring the eastern side of the Lake District. Our only reservation was the traffic noise from the nearby M6. This may not bother others (as,indeed, previous reviews indicate( If traffic noise does bother you then take this into consideration. Following the instructions re access to the site, we drove along a very dusty and bumpy road for quite a distance. We then realised the importance of the advice provided by a previous reviewer. It's best to access the site through the Lowther Estate veering off right up the road that leads to the site!
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Lovely CL

An immaculate CL with plenty of options for choosing where to pitch, the grass area was well looked after. The fresh water tap, grey waste emptying and chemical toilet point all easy to use, plus a very clean toilet as well. We noticed signs at the Lowther Estate saying the dog walk was for residents of the park only, which seems different from previous reviews - we didn't check this out so unsure what it really meant. The CL was peaceful and as on a working farm had lots to see! We only stayed one night as passing through, but would recommend this CL as it was clean and so well looked after.
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Repeat visit and no doubt many more...

Returned to this site and found it as enjoyable. As we were arriving we came across a deer and a badger foraging in the orchard where we were bases. We saw the deer several times which made the stay even more enjoyable. Located amongst the geese and also being on a working farm so seeing the cows and hens just adds to the visit. For anyone coming, definitely use the entrance to Lowther holiday park and then veer off to the right near the hut and near their bins. It’s located so well to Penrith, Ullswater and Lowther Park and Castle. The latter is a fabulous walk through the holiday park adjacent their own camping pitches and then a path which leads into estate - v much recommended. We walk into Arkham where there’s a couple decent pubs. Mr Fisher is so nice - even leaving us a box of eggs and a bag of apples. Definitely coming back soon.
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