Higher House Farm

Inglewhite Road, Longridge, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 2DB

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Facilities on site ...

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

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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PR3 2DB
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Lat 53.839801 / Lon -2.619312
OS field ref:
SD593383
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Preston, Chipping, Blackburn
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Very peaceful

Big open field with good views of surrounding hills and friendly owner. Comments about v soft ground in previous reviews are well made. 10 minute walk to local pub (Alston Arms) which had well-above average food.
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A few niggles

The site is much larger than described with lots of space between pitches and a clean toilet, quite a long walk from the pitches, with ample paper and soap. It's in a great location with a 15-20 minute walk to town. Try and plan your trip for the August BH weekend as the local cricket club, 10 minute walk, host a beer and cider festival that starts on Friday and finishes on Sunday. Good TV reception and 3G on Three network. The niggles - it is on very soft ground so if you're in a motorhome stay at the top of the field. If you go to the bottom, and it's very wet, only do so if you have a 4x4. The power tripped out on several occasions. Yes it was BH and a full site but this should not happen especially at 2.30am! It had rained a lot so the grass had not been cut very short making it very wet. Finally, they have a large dog which you have to run the gauntlet to get to the toilet. She's not going to bite but she does get excited and jump up. Obviously, for those of you that don't 'do' dogs this would be an issue.

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A few niggles

The site is much larger than described with lots of space between pitches and a clean toilet, quite a long walk from the pitches, with ample paper and soap. It's in a great location with a 15-20 minute walk to town. Try and plan your trip for the August BH weekend as the local cricket club, 10 minute walk, host a beer and cider festival that starts on Friday and finishes on Sunday. Good TV reception and 3G on Three network. The niggles - it is on very soft ground so if you're in a motorhome stay at the top of the field. If you go to the bottom, and it's very wet, only do so if you have a 4x4. The power tripped out on several occasions. Yes it was BH and a full site but this should not happen especially at 2.30am! It had rained a lot so the grass had not been cut very short making it very wet. Finally, they have a large dog which you have to run the gauntlet to get to the toilet. She's not going to bite but she does get excited and jump up. Obviously, for those of you that don't 'do' dogs this would be an issue.

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Nice site

Stayed single night on way to Scotland. Nice site and well maintained. One more of caution the ground is VERY soft so be very careful where you pitch. We have a 3.5 time motor home and had immense troubles getting out as we went down to our axles. It hasn't rained for ages at home and the ground wasn't particularly soft on the site. Nice place but just be mindful.

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Lovely peaceful site

We have been twice now and will be going back next year. So handy to walk to the pub! Which did lovely homemade food. It even told you where the food was sourced. Made to feel very welcome by the site owners.
Caravanner from Northumberland

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