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Approaching Haverigg from Millom When arriving in the Village of Haverigg, you will come across the Harbour Hotel with an adjacent mini roundabout. Make the first exit by turning left over the small bridge and continue for about 300 yards until you come to the entrance of Port Haverigg Marina Village. At this point take an immediate left onto Moor Moss Lane. Harbour lights entrance is 50 yards on your right.
Haverigg, the nearest village, is a laidback fishing village just over half a mile away from the site, on the beautiful Duddon estuary with magnificent views of the Lake District hills and mountains to the north. Guests will also find three miles of dog-friendly golden sandy beaches.
Windermere, the largest natural lake in England, is only a 45-minute drive away. Enjoy some of the finest scenery in the UK and enjoy watersports including waterskiing, wakeboarding or a ride on a banana boat.
Fantastic walks for the whole family, a children's play park, fishing and horse riding are also available nearby.
Within a 40-minute drive: - South Lakes Wild Animal Park - Muncaster Castle - Go Ape Grizedale Forest - Go-karting - Ravenglass and Eskdale railway - Coniston Boating Centre
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