Flukers Brook Farm

Flukers Brook Lane, Knowsley, Prescot, Merseyside, L34 7HB

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Flukers Brook Farm CL is a family run site set on a small working farm in Knowsley Village, Prescot. The site is located on a large field with one lawned pitch and five hardstanding, each with an electrical hook up, fresh water and waste water with space for an awning (breathable groundsheets preferred). We are an adult only site and pets are welcome.

The site is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding area, with Liverpool city centre 9 miles away with a variety of theatres, museums and galleries including the Tate at the Albert Dock. Also there is Knowsley Safari Park (4 miles), Anthony Gormely's Another Place at Crosby beach (11 miles), a variety of National Trust and private properties such as Speke Hall (13 miles) and Croxteth Hall & Country Park (5 miles/2 miles walking). Nearby is Southport (21 miles) which has a popular annual flower and air show. Further afield but still within an hour's drive you can visit Chester (30 miles) and Manchester (32 miles).

For the more sporty campers there are local walks and cycling from the site, leisure centre (3 miles) fishing lakes (6 miles), horse riding school (2 miles), nine hole golf centre at Aintree with a driving range (8 miles), a nine hole par 3 golf centre and an eighteen hole course (7 miles) at Rainford. There is also horse racing at Haydock Park (12 miles) and Aintree (8 miles) which hosts the famous Grand National. If you prefer a more relaxed day you can relax and pamper yourself at the Chill Out Spa (2 miles).

There is a local shop, petrol station and a pub serving food within 3/4 of a mile from the site and there is a Catholic Church and Church of England church in the village. Supermarkets, shops and restaurants are within a fifteen minute drive. There is excellent motorway links and it is an ideal stop over for the ferries leaving Liverpool.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
L34 7HB
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Lat 53.445362 / Lon -2.861741
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Liverpool, Prescot
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely site!

Flukers Brook Farm
We booked Flukers Brook Farm last minute over May bank holiday weekend, managed to get the last pitch on the site, which was the grass pitch on the end. We contacted the site via email and Stella is really responsive and made booking really easy. All information to gain access to the site was sent by email and text, on arrival at the site there is an electric gate which is opened by ringing a telephone number. There's also another height restricted gate before you get to the actual pitches, which is opened daily so adding additional overnight security. On arrival we were greeted by Stella who is super welcoming and provided with an info sheet for the local area. Great access to amenities nearby. The site itself is lovely. Nicely maintained hard standing and grass pitches, all which are service pitches (water, grey water drainage and electric). Electric is on a meter (12 units provided per night, but we didn't even come close to running out, pay for more if you need more). There is some road noise from the M57 but it was more of a hum in the background and wouldn't put us off staying again. Great dog walking nearby! Literally out the gate and turn right and you're straight onto a walk which leads to Croxteth Hall, or use the enclosed dog walking field. And all for £18 a night! We'll definitely be back.

HappyCamper94

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Reviewed on 06/05/2024 17:21

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Autumn stay near Liverpool

Flukers Brook Farm
Flukers Brook Farm is accessed from quite a narrow lane, though it is little used and we had no difficulty with other traffic. The access gate is controlled by a phone link - very straightforward and it offers the reassurance of security control over who can access the farm. The CL is spacious, level, and well established, with good spacing to each pitch, and individual electrics, water & drainage services to hand behind. The width of the hard standing gives ample space to pitch on, the length is a little tight for both car and caravan, though we managed it with our car at a slight angle. An awning would likely spill on to the adjacent grass. Toilet disposal and rubbish bins are clearly laid out at the far end and easy to use. Electrics are on a meter with a predicted usage of 12 kW/day, which we managed to stay just within - if you use extra over then you are asked to make an appropriate additional payment. Being there in November during a particularly wet period didn't affect us at all - the hard standings drain very well. The grass was saturated though ! Proximity to the M57 means a fairly constant low hum from passing traffic, screened as it is by the thick tree line bordering the site field. This might be more of an issue in mid summer maybe, but for us staying out of the summer season we kept our windows closed pretty much all of the time. We had a very enjoyable stay, which enabled us to access most of the local sights in Liverpool, either via the local train service from Huyton into Liverpool Lime Street (£4 return), or by driving in (20-25 mins) and using the Mount Pleasant parking (£5/day). We also managed visits to the RHS Bridgewater garden, plus Salford Quay for several museums (30 minutes-ish). A site to recommend fully !

PeterButcher

Reviewed on 08/11/2023 19:11

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Friendly, peaceful site

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We stopped over on our way to and from the Lake District, and were made to feel very welcome. The site is peaceful, in beautiful surroundings, and has a large dog walking field. In easy reach of Liverpool, although we didn't have time to explore the area. We would definitely like to return at some point.

Cadd17

Reviewed on 30/08/2023 15:29

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Wonderful stay at Flukers brook Farm

Flukers Brook Farm
We were greeted by Stella on our arrival who explained everything regarding the site and gave us a handy sheet with local amenities on it. There is some road noise from the nearby motorway but it’s not that bad and didn’t affect our enjoyment at the site. The site is very clean and well maintained, and has a large dog walking field that is fully enclosed which was great for our 3 dogs. We were able to spread out on our pitch and there was plenty of room to do this so that the dogs had an outside pen to roam in. We had a lovely week here although the weather was a bit too hot for us and would definitely come back again.

Macca16

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Reviewed on 21/06/2023 09:47

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Flukers Brook Farm
The day before arrival I got a text with directions and information on how to enter the site. These were absolutely perfect. On arrival at the site we were greeted by Stella who handed us an information sheet with local shops and takeaways on she was extremely helpful and very friendly and we couldn’t have asked for a more pleasant greeting on our arrival. The site is extremely well maintained and very neat and tidy. We had a hard standing pitch with water and gray water disposal on the pitch. If we didn’t have a pipe long enough we were offered one to loan for the duration of our stay at no extra charge. We had an almighty thunderstorm with rain on the nighttime and in the morning there was no sign of puddles just our wet chairs. Overall an extremely generous and friendly host and we will definitely stay again.

Leech123

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Reviewed on 18/06/2023 17:25

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