Stacksteads

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Lovely getaway

We stayed here for a couple of nights between Christmas and New Year and were very impressed! Lovely little CL set out in a very nice way. Although I would imagine that larger units might find it a little too small, for us it was great. The toilet block was warm, clean and tidy (it is shared with the main site, so not sure how busy it would be in the summer). We went for a swim, Jacuzzi & sauna in the little leisure centre, which was lovely. It's £5 entry, which we thought was OK. We went for a walk on the Waterfalls Trail in Ingleton, which was very pretty and a good walk. We were surprised we had to pay to walk the trail though, and thought £7 each was too much. Next time we'll do a different walk! We will definitely put this site on our list to return to again.
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A peaceful site close to singleton and the Falks

We stayed at this site, in our motorhome, for three nights at the beginning of June. Access was easy although the drive down from Tannerhouse Lane is a bit narrow, and our van is wide! Great welcome when we arrived. The pitches are all hardstanding and level in a quiet area behind the 'farm' house. Toilet/shower block is clean and tidy; not sure why they ask for 50p per shower when we were already paying £15 per night for pitch including EHU. The site is just over a mile from the village centre, and a further quarter mile from the Waterfalls Trail. The walk to, around, and back from the trail is just over seven miles; the trail itself is four and a half miles, with over 1000 steps up and down,; took us 4 hours including photo and lunch stops. So quite strenuous but well worth the visit, especially after rainfall. We had a meal at the nearest pub, the Masons Freehouse (at the end of the lane), which was good and reasonably priced. Other pubs in the village if you want to go that far. All in all a great place, well recommended.
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Good for ramblers

This is an excellent CL for ramblers, close to the beginning of a number of walks. The CL also has a drying room for wet coats and boots and there are washing facilities if needed. We stayed over a fairly miserable weather weekend and found the drying room to be very useful. The welcome to the site was very friendly and informative. Shower, toilets and washing up facilities are basic but very clean. The downside of the CL is that the lay-by pitches (one in particular) mean that you are pretty much pitched up at the side of a road and we had a couple of hairy moments as cars squeezed past us. There is ample room to site a couple of proper pitches off the road and so I'm unsure why this lay-by arrangement is in place. The shower does not have any heating and as it was cold when we were there, we didn't use it. Finally, the extraction/boiler noise from the leisure centre can be a bit annoying. I can imagine more so in the summer if you were planning to sit outside. On balance though this is a really good CL and the fact that it was full during a January weekend probably speaks for itself.
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Peaceful, tidy and friendly

Narrow entrance and lane, but as long as bushes etc are trimmed then no problem. Facilities are shared with main site but even in July there was no problem with queuing, straight in for the 50p honesty box shower with ample hot water. Dish washing area also had ample hot water and although the block is slightly dated it was clean and kept tidy. We were lucky to have probably the best pitch of the Cl, with ample room for the canopy and car, awnings are charged for but canopy's are free. Others in the 'layby' pitches parked their cars in the car park as room was really tight. Wife was walking the Pennine Bridleway and this was an ideal spot for that, plus there is dog walking direct from the site. The 'Maissons' is within walking distance (half mile) and the food there was quickly served, hot and filling, during the summer it is open 7 days a week. Did not use the gym, sauna or pool as I thought it expensive. £5 for entrance but as soon as you left even on the same day it would be another £5 to re-enter, I thought as resident campers maybe £5 should have been the daily charge. On the whole a good, quiet, and well kept CL.
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Beautiful Views

Lovely location, surrounded by beautiful countryside, very tight getting into the drive, especially if someone decides to park a few yards from the end of the drive. Pitches are small, why?? There is no heating in the facilities block which is adequate in low season, it costs 50p for a shower (honesty box) there is a commercial site adjacent which shares the facilities and I’d imagine in the season it would be very busy, maybe a lot of queuing with one shower and 2 toilets on the ladies side. Made welcome by the owners and WiFi is free. We went to the nearest pub to get an evening meal, closed until February, next pub, not serving food, next pub, they’d stopped serving food but reopened the kitchen to feed us, thanks again to The 3 Horseshoes pub, warm welcome, place was immaculate, great choice of beers, wines and whisky, huge portions, we had steak pie, came with lots of chips and 3 veg, which was delicious. Couldn’t manage dessert. It’s not easy walking into Ingleton which we did a couple of times, lots of very narrow or non existent paths, the road to the first pub no path at all, bit hairy especially with 2 dogs. Not ideal for motorhomers who want to park up and walk everywhere.

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Lovley CL Site

Have just reviewed this site and realised that I didn't give the ratings the maximum ratings that is deserves.

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Lovely CL Site

Have just returned from a lovely weekend on this site and can not rate it enough. The pitches and areas are immaculate with lovely trees and shrubs, the lawned area is also well looked after. Facilities on the site are excellent and lovely and clean. The scenery and walks nearby are also amazing with long and short walks available. Will definitely be going back to this site in the very near future and look forward to seeing the owners who are very nice and helpful.

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Lovely site.

Close to A65 for access. Narrow lane to site. Friendly and informative welcome. C.l. set at side of farmhouse in a circle around a large lawned area. 3 pitches are set at right angles to to track, 2 others are like pull ins or lay byes previously described. Grass is kept short and with many pretty shrubs around site. Showers, toilets and wash up facilities are nearby, as is a superb pool with sauna , jacussi.and steam room. All facilities clean. No groundsheets allowed on grass.Would recommend.
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Great little CL

We stayed here for 2 nights in January. We arrived late and were shown to our pitch, which we would not have found on our own as it was more like a lay by at the side of the road to pull into. Other pitches were quite short and uneven. Despite it being very icy nowhere had been gritted and it was very slippy. We really enjoyed our break here, the owners were very friendly and the leisure club was lovely. it is in a great location for exploring Ingleton and the surrounding areas. I think you might have to queue for the showers and toilets in the Summer as there are only 2 mens and 2 womens and these are shared with the seasonal touring site.
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A lovely site....

This is a lovely site. Our stay was enjoyable but I would agree with Nellie about some aspects of the site. Large awnings on site are problematical and we didn't bother with our porch awning even though we had brought it.. TV reception was next to impossible but we watched TV by using I player etc. from the free Wi Fi on the site. (I don't think streaming would work during busy time periods though). We attempted to get a meal at the "Masons" PH down the road on a Sunday night but they had run out of food! We went instead to the Craven Heifer which is in the centre of Ingleton and is excellent. Finally, the swimming pool is nice and warm and very well kept...even in a January cold snap.

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