Lundholme Farm

Ingleton, Carnforth, North Yorkshire, LA6 3HN

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Malcolm and Hilary welcome you to Lundholme Farm. A working dairy and sheep farm of approximately 200 acres situated on the edge of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Ingleton. Our site is spacious with plenty of room for awnings on hardstanding pitches all with electrical hook-up. Pets are very welcome and our guests can stroll through the fields to the river where they can sit and watch the wildlife or continue on a circular route through the woods. Trout fishing is available. You are welcome to come and see the cows, stroke the calves and horse or feed pet lambs at lambing time.

Great News for 2019!  New Shower/Toilet block with disabled accessible wetroom, further wetroom, shower cubicle and toilets. Free Superfast wifi and all hard standing pitches with space for awnings.

The village of Ingleton is easily accessible either on foot or by car. Famous for its Waterfalls and Caves the village also has a wide variety of shops and tearooms as well as good quality inns serving meals throughout the day and evening. The Three Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-ghent are all within easy reach as is the famouse Settle - Carlisle Railway, Lake District, Trough of Bowland and the many surrounding Dales villages making Ingleton a superb base for walking, touring and sightseeing - giving you an altogether relaxing and enjoyable holiday at Lundholme Farm!

Please note that we now have two electric car charging points on site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • Disabled facilities*
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
LA6 3HN
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Lat 54.151194 / Lon -2.481986
OS field ref:
SD683729
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Lancaster, Settle, Skipton
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Bentham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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New Year Eve break

Decide to spend New Year's Eve away in the Van and chose Lundholme as we wanted to climb Ingleborough on New Year's Day. Definitely a good choice! Yes, the entry to the site is tight but doable with care. Site is in a great location with an easy walk either via the road foothpath or riverside path into Ingleton. Site facilities excellent, very warm and clean. Ingleton itself provides lots of opportunities for eating and drinking and great access to the surrounding countryside. Will definitely return.
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Nothing too much trouble, fantastic site.

We have stayed here twice in the last year and will definitely be calling again. It is a lovely, clean and well kept site. Yes it is a bit narrow around the farmhouse upon entry but we manoeuvred our 32ft American motorhome with little effort so most outfits should enter with ease. Nothing is too much trouble, Malcolm even towed our trailer carrying our Goldwing down onto the site to make it easier for us. The recent addition of the new toilet block is lovely and has been completed to a high standard. Malcolm and Hilary have thought of everything from separate showers, toilets and even cubicles containing both. Ingleton village is nearby and the walk around the Ingleton Waterfall trail is wonderful. The weather was mainly very good so many a BBQ was had. We stayed on one of the 2 super pitches on the CL site which was a bonus having electric, water and waste disposal. This site is in a great location for visiting the dales. We had the most amazing cream tea in Hawes and visited Kendal, Morecombe, Kirby Lonsdale and many more great places. Until the next time......

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Needs more work

This was our second visit to the site, ingleton is a short walk and is a beautiful place, the masons arms is a good pub (dog friendly), there is a farm shop within walking distance and views on site are amazing. The entrance of the site isn't great as it is narrow and the road could do with some attention. The toilet block is still not ready and was started 2 years ago. The walk to the pub could be made better as the grass is very long and if wet you get very wet. The walk by the river is lovely but again could be worked on as slightly dangerous in parts. The pitches on the new part are extremely close together not enough room... more thought could have gone into layout. TV reception is poor not good and we couldn't access the wifi from the house. Charging £20 per night now is very steep with all the issues...it was worth £15 but I won't return for £20 there are other local sites offering more value for money.
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First visit to this cl

Nice open site once you get through the approach. The entrance is tight, mind the trees either side. Narrow through the farmyard before you go down to the cl. Hardstandings with water and electric to each pitch. Small site of 9 pitches over the wall from the cl. Some noise from the main A65 and there is some building work going on at the farm which was quite bad at times. They are opening a shower and toilet block on the other site which is not up and running yet. The bus stops outside the farm if requested either to Kirkby Lonsdale or Skipton. The site fee is going up to £20 which we think is quite expensive.

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Just had a lovely two-day stay with my Son

Just had a lovely two-day stay with my Son. The owners, Malcolm and Hilary were very welcoming and hospitable, we also had a very interesting tour of the farm. Lots of fun was had skimming stones in the river (which was over the field), going for walks and visiting the nearby attractions, such as - White Scar Cave and the Ingleton water falls. The Masons pub is only 10 mins walk and does a nice pub meal & pint. Overall - a lovely, relaxing and enjoyable stay with lots to do in the area and run by a friendly family. We will be staying there again.

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