Mine was a two night stay for the purpose of visiting a local motorhome dealer and to run the parkrun at Fell Foot, which I highly recommend. There is little or nothing I can add about the site beyond what is stated in other reviews. The gardens and grounds at Sizergh are worth a visit. I last stayed at this site in August 2014. It has changed little from my vague recollection. Many of the pitches are potentially awkward for motorhomes due to the sloping ground. I hope it may be more useful if I focus on cycling from the site. I'll restrict myself to the one road cycling route I cycled during my brief stay. The ride is only 13 miles, all on road, the route for which can be found here: https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/203655582 . The route is mostly on quiet lanes – some so quiet it would be unlucky to see any motor vehicle. Some of the lanes are in a poor state and an all road or gravel bike is ideal. A mountain bike wouldn't be out of place. This isn't an ideal route for a Tour de France bike !! The route has its challenges – one in particular. Mostly the route is fairly gently undulating. There are two slightly longer climbs, not steep, soon after crossing under the A590 at approx 3.5 miles. The route becomes a little more challenging after crossing the A65 at approx 5.9 miles. The first of two climbs isn't too steep and is followed by a short descent before a second, steeper climb to the summit of the route. The chances of meeting another vehicle here are close to zero and there is no shame in walking a short section. It is perfectly rideable except I rode it after heavy rain and strong winds during autumn and the lane was covered in sticks and slippery wet leaves. Due to concerns about traction (when I was riding a bike with slick tyres) I walked a short section. From the top of the climb there is a short steep descent ending in a T-junction with the B6254 at approx 7.3 miles. It is steep right to the junction and care needs to be taken as the junction is approached. Good brakes are required. From that point there is a fast descent on a good road surface towards Kendal and the rest of the route holds no challenges, except to be enjoyed. I hope someone may find this suggested route helpful.