Old Mill House

Weeton Road, Singleton, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, FY6 8NQ

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  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Welcome to the "Old Mill House" CL in the pretty village of Singleton. We are ideally situated on the outskirts of Blackpool with easy road access to the whole of the Fylde Coast including Poulton-le-Fylde, Lytham St. Annes, Cleveleys and Fleetwood.

The local bus route provides a frequent sevice to all these areas and is located in the village an easy ten minutes stroll away.

Also in the village is The "Miller Arms" Gastro Pub and restaurant offering a tempting wholesome bar menu and a superb restaurant favouring dishes featuring locally sourced produce and there is also outdoor seating and a children's play area. There are numerous pubs and eateries in the surrounding areas and lots to explore including the world renowned John Ditchfields Glassblowing centre nearby.

Our five pitches are set in landscaped gardens and offer a truly picturesque setting for the CL site. Two pitches are semi-hard and three of them grass, all with electric hook ups.

See the picture of Old Mill House (Image no: 8) taken in the early part of 1900 when it was a working Mill serving Singleton and the surrounding areas. Although I do not know exactly when the Mill was demolished the cobbled site where it stood still remains at the rear of Old Mill House.

Breathable groundsheets accepted.

CL within 1 mile of Sustrans National Cycle Network.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.25 acres

Some sloping pitches

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Postcode:
FY6 8NQ
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GPS:
Lat 53.831418 / Lon -2.937505
OS field ref:
SD384377
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Flylde
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Kirkham

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Nice Stay

We stayed for 2 nights at this CL and found it to be very good. The weather was terrible but we got a good welcome from Julie who also gave us a daily newspaper. The site itself is well laid out the pitch we were on was on a bit of a slope so levelling blocks were required but this wasn't too much of an issue for us. There is a WC which was kept clean and tidy during our visit. There was a bit of road noise but nothing too bad and it certainly didn't bother us had the weather been better we would have sat outside and enjoyed the nice surroundings of the countryside. Access to the site is a bit tight but easily manageable with a bit of care. The CL is ideally located for Blackpool and the surrounding area and one we hope to visit again. Many Thanks for a nice stay.
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Great place to stay for Blackpool

What a lovely site this is outside Blackpool that we visited over the Easter week of 2019.We were greeted by Julie who gave us a magazine and some leaflets about the local area. Recycling points and general waste bins are very well signed. Clean toilet with a fresh towel and a selection of products to use. A newspaper was left outside our caravan door each day which is a lovely touch from the owner of the site. If you like reading Julie also put out a number of books for you to read and even to take home if you haven’t finished. A very relaxed site to visit that Julie has created, it’s just like being in her private garden. Excellent site to stay on.
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Warm welcome

This is one of the prettiest sites we have been on. The site is laid out as though you are in someones private garden. Julie was most welcoming and helpful and even though our motor home bogged down on a soft spot she summoned the cavalry in the shape of the local farmer friend and between us got us free. Nothing was too much trouble. Only one small issue was the noise from the road. I would reccomend the site and Julie’s helpful nature. It is also good value and we took two of our grand children who played completely safe on site. Thank you Julie.
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Beautiful site

What a lovely site,extremely warm welcome from site owner Julie Morning paper delivered to your caravan. We will certainly be returning Very neat and tidy,nice ambience to the site

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Really well kept site

Only stayed the one night here as part of a mini tour but Julie made us most welcome and greeted us with information leaflets and a newspaper! Very well kept site with manicured gardens, clearly marked water and chemical waste and a very clean toilet. The Millers Arms pub is just a short walk from the site and does some good food and ales. The site is close to the road but traffic calms from late evening onwards and so is not a big deal unless you are the lightest of sleepers. Great site and will return!
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