Castlerigg Hall caravan and camping park is located in quiet countryside overlooking Derwentwater with panoramic views of the surrounding fells. Formerly a Lakeland hill farm, Castlerigg Hall has been sympathetically developed into a quality touring park providing a wide range of modern facilities.
Many of the park facilities, such as "the Campers Kitchen", "Campers Store" and the Campers Sitting Room are barn conversions which have retained a unique Lakeland feel with oak beams, slate floors and old farming memorabilia. The screened campfield is level and sloping and has some views of Bassenthwaite lake.
A new facility building features underfloor heating, large shower rooms and privacy wash cubicles.
Our location, 1 mile from Keswick, is the ideal base to explore the Central Lake District with many scenic walks available directly from the site. A family run park, Castlerigg Hall caters for families and couples only.
Castlerigg Stone Circle, Theatre, Cinema, Leisure Pool, Cars Of The Stars Museum, Mining Museum, Pencil Museum, Parks, BoatRides, Golf, Watersports, Historic Houses, Forestry Visitor Centre, Ospey Viewpoint, Slate Mine, Puzzling Place, Climbing Wall, Tours.
Leave the M6 at junction 40 and follow the A66 to Keswick. Leave the A66 on the left hand slip road signpost Keswick. 200 yards at the Low Briery junction turn left and follow the road to the next T junction. Turn left up Chestnut Hill signpost Windermere and follow road uphill for 1/2 mile. Turn right up a small lane at a large brown sign indicating Castlerigg Hall, Castlerigg Farm and The Heights Hotel. We are 300 yards on the right. Do not follow any signs for Castlerigg stone circle!
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