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If you are using a sat nav BEWARE! you'll go to the wrong farm. Look for us on Google Maps! 'Baystone Bank Farm Campsite / Cumbrian Heavy Horses' thanks! For written instruction, read on!
Leave M6 motorway @ j36 towards Kendal >> take 1st left 'Western Lakes/Barrow' >> Newby Bridge roundabout, bear left ('Western Lakes') >> roundabout at Greenodd, take a right turn onto the A5092 (A595) >>> 9 miles (ish!) passing through Foxfield >> traffic lights at Duddon Bridge >> Continue 3-4 miles (Church at Thwaites on your left) STAY ON MAIN ROAD up the hill DON'T take the left fork to Millom/The Green. >> uphill prepare to turn right drop down thru some trees on a steep S bend we are signed! It's a steep drive so get in low gear! Thank you!
Next door to Cumbrian Heavy Horses 1/2 mile to indoor swimming pool and restaurant 1 mile to the Punch Bowl public house who serve locally brewed real ale and good food. The South Lakes Animal Park is approx 30 minutes drive away. Museums include Millom Folk Museum, Barrow's Dock Museum, The Rum Story in Whitehaven and the Coal Mines at Egremont. The La'al Ratty - a miniature steam train ride into Eskdale_ is 20 minutes away at Ravenglass where you will also find Muncaster Castle.
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