Bryars Farm

Lea Lane, Lea, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 0RN

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

This rural site is conveniently located 10 minutes from junction 32 of the M6 motorway and the M55 motorway making access easy to Preston, Blackpool, Manchester, Lancaster and the Lake District.

A short drive will bring you to Beacon Fell Country Park and the Trough of Bowland with Fell walks and scenic drives .Nearby you will find local pubs and restaurants.

Close to the Canal for great dog walking and there are cycle routes nearby.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

Prices

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0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
PR4 0RN
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GPS:
Lat 53.775745 / Lon -2.791021
OS field ref:
SD484318
OS map ref:
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Transport links

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

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Great CL

Bryars Farm
We have stayed here a few times now. 2 small dogs and 2 adults. Functional WC with hot running water in the sink. No shower facilities, however for us that was not an issue. Lovely little site that has access to the small commercial site next door, we used this when we had a group of friends pitch there and we were on the CL. (We did not use the commercial sites facilities). Great pub around a mile walk along the road (no pavements), the pub does lovely food and allows dogs, so a bonus for us. Mrs Hayton is a lovely lady who never bothers you and allows you to get on with your stay as you like, within reason of course. Hard standing pitches with water, EHU, WC and waste disposal on site, what more do you need at £14 per night.

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Reviewed on 26/10/2021 14:51

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A once lovely site, but motorway and construction noise now prevalent Public footpaths closed to canal.

Bryars Farm
This once peaceful site has been the victim of aHighways Agency order. Effectively building a new motorway just a short distance from site. So expect heavy machinery just a few The access to canal via public footpath is now not available. The only way is to walk along the roadway, but this is a bit dicey especially if you have a dog. The construction of a new motorway has ruined the view northwards from the canal. And construction noise can be heard every day. Also a farmhouse is being constructed very close to the site so expect a less than tranquil visit. There is no information or laundry room on this site. In time when all is finished about 18 months then peace may return after landscaping is finished and footpaths restored

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Reviewed on 18/07/2020 21:02

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Bryars Farm, Preston.....A grand site.

Bryars Farm
This site has just recently had newly laid large level Hardstanding pitches installed and so is even better than the last time we visited. It is easily accessed being about 10 min from the M6 & M55, so is a good stopping off point for anyone travelling either north or south.There is also plenty of places close by to visit so good for an extended stay. It has EHU and a perfectly adequate wc, complete with hot water. The CL site lies about 200 m from the quiet main road, just beyond, but separate from, a small 22 pitch commercial site. There are a couple of footpaths that run by the site and one can walk down to the Lancaster Canal and all the way into Preston, should you wish. A fine peaceful site and a bargain at £12 pn. We will certainly visit again in the future.

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Bryars Farm
We use this site when visiting family in the area. Peaceful and clean. We have our own facilities and so only need the ehu and waste emptying area. TV reception good, great for the dogs. Easy to get to from M6 (roads are not too narrow). Would definitely recommend this site.

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Reviewed on 26/10/2017 14:57

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Good clean site. Great for a stopover.

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I spent one night here last week on my way to a festival. I wanted somewhere close to the motorway, with electrics, so I could hit the festival fully charged, and which would take dogs. This site easily fitted the bill. Arrival was a bit strange. I pitched up then followed the signs to find the owner. There was very little interaction and I didn't find the toilet until the next morning, relying on fellow caravanners for information. However the site has all you need-water, electricity, emptying facilities, a clean toilet in a shed, nearby footpaths (more clearly signed from the bigger neighbouring site) etc etc -all for £10 a night. This can't be faulted! After a peaceful nights sleep I wandered down to the Lancaster Canal towpath on the advice of the owner and my Spanish resident neighbours, for a long walk before heading on down south again. I would use this site again as a stopover but probably not for a long stay.

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Reviewed on 15/08/2017 21:01

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