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Lancashire glamping

Lancashire glamping trips – stunning family holidays

Feather Down Farms is delighted to bring you the lush countryside of one of England’s most beautiful counties, for a Lancashire glamping getaway. Discover the Pennines, the magnificent coastline and many other attractions. This is a family holiday that takes you back to nature, ensconced in the comfort of our famous tents. Each sleeps up to five adults plus one child under the age of 12. What could be better than waking after a restful sleep in a warm and cosy bed, to the gentle sounds of bird song? It’s waiting for you on a Feather Down Farm in Lancashire.

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Lancashire is full of delights to explore. On our farms, you will be within easy reach of the finest country walks in England. Step inside Tolkein’s imagination in the Forest of Bowland, the inspiration for The Hobbit. Another fascinating day out is Hoghton Tower, a fortified country house.

A family holiday that leaves you totally relaxed

Feather Down has built an enviable reputation for unique family holidays, from our first farms in the Netherlands ten years ago. Glamping gives you real freedom. It creates the feeling that you have your own special part of the idyllic countryside. If you want to step back into the buzz of the city, Blackpool with its famous pleasure beach is only a short drive away. Get ready to plan a wonderful family holiday that you will never forget, exploring Lancashire from your luxury camping Feather Down Farm tent.

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Lancashire glamping , Average customer rating

  • 7.5
    Ms WALKER - From Fri 10 Aug

    We stayed on-site as there was enough to entertain us for a few days...hired a boat on the lake, relaxed in the hot tub and the children played on the swing and helped with collecting wood. We visited the lovely cafe and the children played in the great park there

    8.8
    Mrs Marron - From Mon 09 Jul

    Fleece inn was lovely for food

    7.5
    Mrs. Lindsay - From Mon 02 Jul

    Blackpool, lake district

  • 7.5
    Mrs Thompson - From Mon 02 Jul

    Lake and boat hire amazing

    10.0
    Mrs Davies - From Thu 28 Jun

    We loved the walk from the campsite over the local fell. Driving further into The Forest of Bowland is also a must. There is a lovely town nearby - Garstang, on the Canal network and also with nice shops and it had a market on the day we arrived.

    10.0
    Mrs Evans - From Fri 01 Jun

    We stayed on site and hired a row boat and swam in the lake.

  • 8.8
    Miss Hughes - From Fri 11 May

    Treasure hunt walk and trip to Lancaster worthwhile

    10.0
    Ms Furlong - From Mon 23 Apr

    The Treasure Hunt is a great afternoon for medium-sized children and has its own toy map for the walk. Bring wellies as well as walking boots, plenty of layers, a map and small rucksack for local activity on foot. There's a large map and list in the communal playground areas. There is little to no mobile or internet. Top up on fuel by the motorway. Plenty to do in the general and extended area for outdoorsie people, and good eateries.

    10.0
    Mr Riddle - From Fri 06 Apr

    There is no electricity in some of the cabins, make sure you take torches. Also, on a cold night, once the fire has gone out and your arm slips outside of the duvet (excellent duvets!!), it can be really cold - take pyjamas.

  • 7.5
    Mrs janin - From Mon 02 Apr

    Treasure hunt is great fun !

    10.0
    Mrs Stewart - From Mon 16 Oct

    The orienteering was great, and Blackpool was an easy drive.

    10.0
    Miss Brown - From Fri 08 Sep

    Boats and the walk up the Nook!

  • 10.0
    Mrs Winstanley - From Fri 01 Sep

    Bring a wet suit to swim in the lake.

    7.5
    Mrs Colombo - From Fri 25 Aug

    Inn at whitewell and beach at arnside

    10.0
    Mrs Wooding - From Fri 25 Aug

    We cheater and brought a 1 ring stove with us for a cuppa

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Goulding - From Fri 25 Aug

    We stayed at the camp

    7.5
    Mr Casse - From Mon 14 Aug

    Mountain biking/cycling especially at Gisburn Forest Trails

    10.0
    Mr Birch - From Mon 14 Aug

    Take plenty candles & tea lights & torches , hire a boat to row around the lake & just generally enjoy the outdoors

  • 10.0
    Mrs Wilkins - From Mon 14 Aug

    When hearing the hot tub give it at least 3 hours to hear up and leave the door of the burner open slightly whilst burning keep piling on logs.

    10.0
    Mrs Bolton - From Fri 11 Aug

    Bring lots of torches and battery candles. No hens, eggs to buy down the lane

    6.3
    Mrs Moorhouse - From Tue 08 Aug

    The garden centre in the village has a lovely ice cream shop. It also looks to have a fab tea shop but we didn't eat there.

  • 8.8
    Ms Stevenson - From Fri 21 Jul

    Nope, we didn't leave except to do the treasure hunt!

    10.0
    Mrs Carrington - From Mon 17 Jul

    Atkinsons coffee shop in Lancaster is a must for coffee, tea, gin and whiskey drinkers. Hire a boat on site and explore the woodlands inaccessible otherwise!

    10.0
    Mrs Cameron - From Fri 07 Jul

    If you are able take your walking boots lots to see and do. Have a meal at the local pub the Fleece and you will not be disappointed.

  • 8.8
    Mrs Hazon - From Fri 23 Jun

    Bring blankets

    10.0
    Mrs. Kell - From Fri 16 Jun

    We went for a walk around the lake, loved the trips to the cafe/park and having a glass of wine in the sunshine- hired a boat for 24 hours

    10.0
    Mrs Simm - From Fri 09 Jun

    Didn't really venture out.

  • 10.0
    Mrs Waugh - From Mon 05 Jun

    Apple Stire Cafe is amazing

    7.5
    Mrs Jones - From Fri 05 May

    Even though you provide bed covers I would say still bring your own as they are narrow and thin leaving you cold threw the night.

    10.0
    Mr Twiname - From Fri 05 May

    The Barn in scorton, the fleece at dolphinholme and the Bay Horse pub at Bay Horse are all very good. Otherwise if you can't be bothered cooking, do what we did and order pizza from Auction Eats and eat around the campfire!

  • 10.0
    Mrs Heale - From Tue 18 Apr

    Hiring a boat for the day is a must. We all took turned in rowing. Also the coffee was lovely.

    10.0
    Mrs Hastie - From Fri 14 Apr

    The Fleece Inn is great for lunch.Can highly recommend the Apple Store Cafe in Scorton.The Treasure hunt purchased in the shop was great for the kids (exercise and fun rolled into one).

    8.8
    Mrs. Kendrick - From Mon 24 Oct

    Energetic fell walk up Nicky Nook. Worth the effort for the fantastic views. 3 mile from the farm.Really nice pub food at The Fleece Inn, Dolphinholme.45 minute drive from The South Lakes Area.

  • 10
    Mr. Skayman - From Fri 16 Sep

    PLenty of places for walkers , in warmer weather paddling or swimming in the stream / river on site . Proximity to several locations Lancaster, Morecambe , Fleetwood , Blackpool & southern extremities of the Lakes. The Fleece pub locally very good & worth a visit & child friendly too. Check when booking that no music festivals taking place in adjacent fields !!

    8.8
    Mrs Marshall - From Fri 02 Sep

    Wallings ice cream parlour The farm treasure hunt

    10
    Miss Marsland - From Tue 30 Aug

    There is a board on the farm with a list of local places to visit if you want to leave the farm for the day.

  • 10
    Mrs. Tinkler - From Tue 30 Aug

    The Barn at Scorton was great for breakfast and we loved the tour of Lancaster Castle which was a prison until quite recently. Other than that our children just wanted to stay at the tents and play.

    10
    Mr. Moorhouse - From Tue 30 Aug

    The Fleece up the road is great for a beer and food with a very good play are for kids. Plenty of space on the farm so no need to go far. Great walking and cycling locally and some terrific eateries not too far away.

    10
    Mrs Tipping - From Fri 26 Aug

    The treasure trail was a lovely walk around the local area. We also visited Arnside which was a quaint seaside town with lovely shops to browse. Also not too far for a day trip to the Lake District so all in all a great location. Equally lovely just to relax on the farm and watch the world go by!

  • 10.0
    Mevr. Tipping - From Fri 26 Aug

    The treasure trail was a lovely walk around the local area. We also visited Arnside which was a quaint seaside town with lovely shops to browse. Also not too far for a day trip to the Lake District so all in all a great location. Equally lovely just to relax on the farm and watch the world go by!

    10
    Mr. Wicks - From Mon 22 Aug

    We loved the treasure hunt and had a lovely lunch at local pub (5 min drive), the fleece inn.

    8.8
    Mr. Hudson - From Fri 19 Aug

    Happy Mount Park Morecambe ideal for kids under 8.

  • 10
    Mr. Austin-Thomas - From Mon 15 Aug

    Children loved visiting the stream and having a great visit around the animals.

    10
    Mr. Percy - From Mon 15 Aug

    Trough Road through the Forest of Bowland was something else. Amazing! and the Treasure Hunt from the Farm was a really fun way to spend an afternoon.

    10
    Mrs. Nippress - From Fri 12 Aug

    We enjoyed the treasure hunt which took us on a scenic walk around Dolphinholme.

  • 8.8
    Mrs Brand - From Mon 08 Aug

    Candle light on dark days and evenings is poor we took a gas camping light with us and a single burning gas stove in case you needed to cook something quicker than the log burner could cope with. There needs to be more light in the toilet .

    10
    Mr. Arslanian - From Fri 05 Aug

    head to Wallings Ice Cream Parlour...............ice cream to die for!

    10
    Mrs. Boyle - From Mon 01 Aug

    Take lots of sweetcorn, lettuce and baked potatoes to hand feed the very greedy tame goose. The Apple store café is great but gets very busy.

  • 10
    Mr. Ashton - From Fri 29 Jul

    The river at the bottom of the field is super. Take fishing rods and bucket and spades. When the river is low you could play in a blow up boat. The barn at scorton is lovely for lunch, kid and dog friendly.

    10
    Mr. Baxter - From Fri 29 Jul

    Treasure Hunt was very good fun. Takes a couple of hours but gets you out and about. The Fleece Inn Pub was also fantastic - welcoming for those with dogs, great play area and garden outside for the kids, lovely inside and good food. Also has a little shop.

    10
    Mrs. Spencer-Calnan - From Mon 25 Jul

    Historic Lancaster nearby, Blackpool pleasure beach and Lytham St Anne's.

  • 8.8
    Mrs. Nash - From Mon 25 Jul

    The Barn at Scorton is great for food and dog friendly. The cakes are amazing!

    8.8
    Miss Pegram - From Mon 18 Jul

    Lots to see and do around and at your camp.

    10
    Mrs. Bulcock - From Fri 08 Jul

    Lovely walk to have lunch at the Fleece Inn.

  • 10
    Mr. Walsh - From Fri 08 Jul

    Nicky nook a must Cafe a must Swim in the lake a must

    8.8
    Mrs. Wright - From Fri 01 Jul

    we drove to the trough of bowland which was beautiful, we also had an afternoon tea at the applestore cafe which was gorgeous

    8.8
    Mrs. Birchall - From Mon 11 Apr

    Dewlay's Cheese Farm was well worth the visit. Spent ages watching them make cheese and bought some fayre there afterwards. It's only 10 minutes away in the car. We also did a beautiful two hour walk with the kids around Scorton. We saw two hares, a stoat and lots of lambs. The Applestore cafe on site at Wyresdale Hall was great for breakfast in the morning (not open Mondays and Tuesdays). The local fell, Nicky Nook, had fantastic views and the kids had no problems getting to the top. We also drove around the top of the Trough of Bowland to get to the Wild Boar Farm near Chipping. Also a firm favourite due to the tractor rides, hay bale barn and sheer variety of animals. The landscape on the way there is breathtaking. Lancashire at its best.

  • 10.0
    Mr. Jogi - From Mon 11 Apr

    Nicky Nook is a great short but worthwhile walk

    10.0
    Mrs. Penney - From Fri 23 Oct

    Bring hot water bottles and extra blankets in cold weather which we did and we were warm at night. The Fleece pub has excellent beer and food and was not too far to walk from the farm. The treasure hunt is ingenious and well worth doing.

    7.5
    Mrs. Carrington - From Fri 23 Oct

    Visit morcambe bay for a close beach. Lancaster has an excellent coffee shop called Atkinson's. You can also go into the castle in Lancaster and visit the old jails which is well worth paying for the tour!

  • 10.0
    Mrs BUNN - From Fri 23 Oct

    Go to the Apple store cafe it is a must!

    10.0
    Mr. Halsall - From Fri 23 Oct

    Don't be impatient with the hot tub - it really does take 3 to 4 hours to get properly hot. Try and do the walk up Nicky Nook fell as the views are amazing.Garstang is a lovely market town and you can stock up on foodie treats at Booths supermarket.

    10.0
    Mr. Hymns - From Fri 23 Oct

    We walked up Nicky Nook for great views and the estate cafe is great.

  • 7.5
    Mrs. Docherty - From Fri 09 Oct

    The girls loved Blackpool and to eat out the fleece inn takes dogs and has good food. The plough inn on the way to the motorway also does good food .

    10.0
    Miss Frith - From Fri 02 Oct

    Fleece inn served lovely food. Good shopping in Lancaster.

    8.8
    Mrs. Dawson - From Fri 25 Sep

    The shower block needs a good clean & the showers could do with being repaired (parts of the shower were loose & dirty) the showers weren't very powerful & the appearance & cleanliness were poor. A plug point for hairdrys would be good.

  • 10.0
    Ms. Mullin - From Fri 25 Sep

    No, we didn't leave the farm all weekend!

    8.8
    Mrs. Tinkler - From Tue 01 Sep

    Lancaster castle was brilliant

    10.0
    Fam. Waller - From Tue 01 Sep

    We made the most of the site during our stay. The food and cake at the cafe were delicious.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Asbridge - From Fri 28 Aug

    We spent most of our long weekend happily entertained on the farm. Treasure hunt good fun but dress for mud, nettles and brambles!Inn at Whitewell food delicious. Wild Boar Park worth a visit with a young family.

    10.0
    Mrs. Lee - From Fri 28 Aug

    Go to lake Windermere it's beautiful make sure you are shown the honesty shop when u get there

    7.5
    Mrs. Hedges - From Fri 28 Aug

    The walk at Nicky Nook is lovely and definitely worth doing.

  • 10.0
    Ms. Williams - From Mon 24 Aug

    Try to get to Dunsop Bridge to find the centre of the UK. There is also a very expensive but very welcome attended petrol station there if you are short if fuel.

    10.0
    Mrs. Burtenshaw - From Mon 24 Aug

    It's definitely worth going to the Apple Store cafe in the walled garden in the estate. We also had a lovely time in Arnside, which is about a 45 min driver away near Morecambe Bay. There's no honesty shop, but there is a Spa with most things that you would need just a short walk away in Scorton village.

    10.0
    Mrs. Gillibrand - From Mon 17 Aug

    Embrace the experience fully

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Atkin - From Fri 14 Aug

    Take a swim in the lake. Not as cold as it seems!

    7.5
    Miss Foster - From Mon 03 Aug

    I would recommend going to Blackpool near the tower, it was something I wasn't keen on until I went when I had a lovely time. I was disappointed with Morecimbe though

    10.0
    Mr. Kelly - From Mon 27 Jul

    There are many places of interest for both children and adults locally, but we stay mainly on site. The children enjoy helping to prepare and cook the food.

  • 7.5
    Mrs. Samuel - From Mon 20 Jul

    No but there were no maps for walks at the hall as the website said!

    8.8
    Mrs. Revie - From Fri 03 Jul

    Farm kept us interested for the two days totally,visited pub for tea one night .

    8.8
    Ms. Ni Mhir - From Fri 12 Jun

    We spent a lot of our time at the farm. Lancaster is a nice city, otherwise we didn't venture anywhere.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Cooper - From Fri 12 Jun

    Enjoyed the walk climbing to the top of Nicky Nook. Wonderful views.

    8.8
    Mrs. Westwood - From Mon 08 Jun

    Walked to Garstang, only an hour walk. Great pubs and plenty of eateries to chose from. Scorton itself has only one pub / restaurant, however it was very nice, and conveniently located from the camp site.

    10.0
    Mr. Jones - From Fri 05 Jun

    The Farm tour and Pizza oven are both great. make sure to go in the river even if just your feet get wet.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Turley - From Fri 05 Jun

    Just chill & relax

    10.0
    Mr. Jones - From Fri 05 Jun

    The Farm tour and Pizza oven are both great. make sure to go in the river even if just your feet get wet.

    10.0
    Mrs. Grace - From Mon 01 Jun

    The treasure trail really is worth doing - great fun and no steep bits! Having a drive out through the Trough of Bowland was also stunning even in the rain!

  • 8.8
    Mr. Sutcliffe - From Mon 01 Jun

    We took a drive into Lancaster which is only 15mins away and visited Williamson park which has a butterfly/ reptile house and a nice cafe for lunch, we also went into morecambe - 30 mins away the beach was lovely and had a nice lunch in a new cafe out on the stone jetty.

    8.8
    Mrs. Pascoe - From Mon 25 May

    Definitely do the treasure hunt trail - it's a beautiful walk and the clues keep the children interested. We made the mistake of driving to Lake Windermere - along with everyone else on the planet. Our advice would be to stay local and enjoy the amazing scenery, beautiful wildflowers and great pubs (special mention to the Bay Horse).

    10.0
    Mrs. Roscoe - From Fri 22 May

    we enjoyed the treasure hunt

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Partridge - From Mon 11 May

    We didn't leave the farm as the kids were completely happy!

    10.0
    Mrs. Stone - From Mon 13 Apr

    Farm treasure hunt very good. Loved just being on site and relishing in the freedom of the camp so didn't feel the need to go anywhere else! Hot pot supper on arrival excellent, also good evening - pizza evening. Playbarn a hit!

    10.0
    Miss Pinnington - From Fri 10 Apr

    Maybe blankets provided_x000D_ Magazines / books to borrow or purchase

  • 8.8
    Dr. Brogan - From Fri 10 Apr

    even if the weather is good bring extra warm clothing as it is cold during the night. Barbara and John at the farm were very welcoming and the farm tour was entertaining

    8.8
    Mr. Sotheran - From Tue 07 Apr

    fleece inn for food and drinks was lovely

    10.0
    Mrs. Finlay - From Tue 07 Apr

    Lake district national park is only short drive away. We walked up near Grasmere and Coniston, both easy drives from the farm.

  • 8.8
    Ms. Wenger - From Fri 03 Apr

    Treasure trail from farm shop was excellent.

    10.0
    Mrs. Ratcliffe - From Fri 03 Apr

    Have a go at the treasure hunt - we went as a large group and it got us to explore the area more than we would otherwise have done. Take a wetsuit if you want to go into the stream as it gets a bit cold but great fun.

    10.0
    Miss Palmer - From Fri 03 Apr

    Booths Garstang, Barton Grange, Applestore Cafe (on site).

  • 10.0
    Mr. Potter - From Mon 13 Oct

    The  Apple store cafe is well worth a visit for a cracking breakfast or cream tea and my son says their carrot cake is better than mine, so that's a thumbs-up from him!_x000D_  

    10.0
    Mrs. Bulcock - From Fri 03 Oct

    Fleece

    7.5
    Mrs. Dilley - From Mon 22 Sep

    Inn at whitewell was very good.

  • 10.0
    Mr. Melhuish - From Fri 19 Sep

    The treasure hunt was fantastic and kept the kids entertained for hours, head down to the river that runs around the farm too, it's beautiful and if the weather is warm enough it's perfect to take a dip!

    10.0
    Mr. Stewart - From Mon 15 Sep

    Lots of places to go walking with stunning views. The lovely nearby village of Scorton was friendly and welcoming.

    7.5
    Mr. Donaldson - From Fri 29 Aug

    Apple Store Cafe (on site) was excellent and taking a boat on the lake was lovely and relaxing.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Hammond - From Tue 26 Aug

    Butterfly house at Lancaster is a tret.

    10.0
    Mrs. Miller - From Fri 22 Aug

    heysham beach if you have a dog_x000D_ _x000D_ do the dolphinholme house treasure hunt a wonderful way to see the local area

    10.0
    Mrs. Jackson - From Fri 22 Aug

    We enjoyed the museum in Lancaster but mostly liked to explore the lake and park. Hire a boat and relax

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Wilson - From Mon 11 Aug

    The Fleece Inn and the Plough excellent for food and welcoming for children. Make use of all the lovely walks in the area. Don't take too much food as the honesty shop is well supplied with lovely local meats (bacon, chicken, lamb burgers, sausages ect)and also all the basics you need.

    8.8
    Mr. Gafos - From Mon 11 Aug

    Our kids don't want to leave to be honest they love being there but we went to Lancaster castle to see the prison and dungeons and they enjoyed that

    8.8
    Mr. Owen - From Mon 11 Aug

    Worth visiting Lancaster . A visit to the Haverthwaite steam railway is definitely worth it if you like trains and Wonderful Lakeland scenery. If the weather is nice then Morecambe bay has lovely beaches. The local arear around the campsite w a lovely and there were some good walks which the farmer had good knowledge of

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Howard - From Mon 11 Aug

    The Priory restaurant was a real surprise, smart with brilliant service, yet very reasonable prices and more than happy to accommodate us, our four young children, the family dog and all of us in our wellies!_x000D_ Make the most of the lake and the boat hire available, our children couldn't get enough of it and not a tv or computer in site!

    8.8
    Mrs. Ovens - From Fri 08 Aug

    We had a lovely meal at the restaurant in town - Stouts.

    10.0
    Mrs. Yates - From Mon 04 Aug

    The South Lakes are only approx 35 minute drive away up the M6. Park at Lakeside (the south end of Windermere and catch the boat up the lake. To park the car for over 3 hours up to 10 costs £3.50 and the boat is £10.50 per adult, £6.50 for children.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Wilson - From Fri 01 Aug

    Wallings ice cream is lovely. The Barn in Scorton is great for families with children and dogs. We didn't leave site much, choosing to swim and row in the lake.

    8.8
    Mrs. Shaw - From Mon 28 Jul

    The Fleece in nearby was great for food.

    10.0
    Mrs. Cooper - From Fri 25 Jul

    The treasure hunt was brilliant but listen to the farmers updates where some clues have moved! Bring suitable shoes for playing in the stream.

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Brooks - From Fri 25 Jul

    Enjoy the gorgeous countryside walks!

    10.0
    Mr. Shippey - From Fri 25 Jul

    Bring lots of games you can play outside as there is a lovely big field which even has goal posts & a basketball hoop.

    10.0
    Mrs. Singleton - From Fri 25 Jul

    Easy travelling to Morecombe for a play on the slot machines and an ice cream._x000D_ We visited Lakeland MaizeMaze (30 min drive away) which had a huge maze and lots of other things to amuse the kids... Tractor ride, animal feeding, touch and feel the animals, indoor soft play area, go cart rides, bouncy slide, trampolines and lots more all for 1 entry fee.

  • 5.0
    Mrs. Bennett - From Mon 14 Jul

    Take plenty of torches as the tents are really dark. Make sure you take towels as the farm had no bath tiles and had to make do with hand towels for the whole time. Plenty to see and do around the area. Easy to navigate the country roads.

    10.0
    Mrs. Langford - From Mon 14 Jul

    South lakes including cartmel we discovered the famous sticky toffee pudding cooks on the stove top!! _x000D_ Ingleton falls and the bowland visitor centre for walks. _x000D_ Scorton and garstang both fabulous little places with excellent foodie provisions!

    10.0
    Mr. Lavarack - From Fri 11 Jul

    We spent pretty much the whole time on the farm, our boys had lots of freedom which they loved and we soaked in the views and managed to get some restful time reading and chatting without the disturbances of everyday life!

  • 5.0
    Mr. Henwood - From Fri 11 Jul

    Don't have the tent we had. You have to travel 40 from this site to go to the Lakes so if looking to spend time there I would suggest going to a different site.

    10.0
    Mr. Sheridan - From Mon 07 Jul

    The location of this farm is stunning, so it's well worth doing the treasure hunt to explore the surroundings. We also visited Garstang and a Great Eccleston. _x000D_ But, if it's a relaxing break you're after, you don't really need to leave the farm much at all. There is plenty of space for the kids to run free, a play barn for them to use and a river which runs through the farm and has a rope swing attached to a tree. We arrived armed with outdoor games/toys and also board games - more of which can be found in the honesty shop - so we were never at a loose end.

    10.0
    Mr. Needler - From Mon 30 Jun

    sit back and slow down!!

  • 10.0
    Mrs. Earnshaw - From Fri 27 Jun

    The Treasure hunt is well worth doing. Arnside is beautiful but beware of the tide times. The nearby bay horse was great for food and catered a 3 course Sunday lunch for 23 in the garden without a murmur.

    10.0
    Mrs. Dobson - From Fri 23 May

    to spend an afternoon doing the treasure hunt

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