Amid the countryside fields surrounded by birdsong and greenery, Abbey Farm sits perfectly in a tranquil area of Lancashire but is only ten minutes walk from the historic market town of Ormskirk.
Abbey Farm is a static and lodge park offering you exclusive pitches that have been architecturally designed to perfectly accommodate a mix of 13ft, 14ft and 22ft luxury holiday homes and lodges. The Barns at Abbey Farm consists of 23 pitches, all will come with a private driveway, decking and skirting with phase one now open. With demand for holiday home & lodge ownership at a record high, these pitches won’t be around for long.
Even though we are an adult only park for the little ones who come and visit, there’s a games room, children’s play area and mini-library for that back-to-basics fun. Situated conveniently between Liverpool and Southport, there’s so much to see and explore during your stay.
About Abbey Farm Caravan Park
Abbey Farm Park is popular with families looking for a break away without being too close to the hustle and bustle of peak tourist zones. Just a short drive from some of the major attractions and resorts in the county, the park presents a quiet, lovingly kept escape for visitors of all ages. Pitches here are likely to present solid investments for anyone who may already be enamoured with the coast, or even the countryside.
Amenities on site likely to appeal to new visitors include the full shop and store, as well as a pet-friendly focus. Visitors can take advantage of pitches, lodges and luxury holiday homes. Therefore, there is a distinct variety on offer that’s clear to see from listings alone. The park offers a 12-month season, which means that anyone keen to holiday here can set up throughout the year. The surrounding area is easy to enjoy in warm and inclement weather alike.
The park also benefits from a 4-star rating via the AA, making it a community of high quality. The owners and maintenance teams take great care to make sure the park is pleasant and desirable to stay in across the year. Therefore, anyone buying a holiday property and/or a pitch here can be sure of a warm welcome.
The park is secure from public access, and will likely appeal to those holidayers looking for famous or rural walks in the wider region. If not, it is just as well-linked to the main coastal attractions in the area.
Abbey Farm presents a spacious park with plenty of entertainment facilities to help keep family visitors and younger holidaymakers entertained. For example, there is a gull play area, games room and also a library on-site to enjoy. There is also a full fishing lake available for any keen anglers. It is a park that is self-contained as far as facilities and entertainment are concerned, and those looking for a quaint break in rural Lancashire will also be able to appreciate the surrounding wildlife and lush greenery.
Abbey Farm Park is a long-standing holiday community that aims to bring more and more people closer to some of Lancashire’s best-loved natural breaks and haunts. It has a strong reputation for visitor care as well as for picturesque grounds. Any families or couples looking for an ideal breakaway location may appreciate the park as a fantastic catch-all solution. What’s more, as the park grows in popularity, it likely has room to grow and develop.
Abbey Farm Caravan Park Location
Abbey Farm Park is just as well-loved for its location as it is for its amenities and facilities. Based in rural Lancashire, it is on the edge of several popular country walks and natural promenades. Not only that, but the park also benefits from only being a stone’s throw away from various villages and towns, particularly Ormskirk. Ormskirk is a historic town with plenty of local shops and daily amenities. Beyond this, holidaymakers may also enjoy heading here if they want to sample the local ‘scene’, in terms of pubs, restaurants and traditional businesses.
The park is based just off Blythe Lane, adjacent to Abbey Brook and heading up from Ormskirk, via Derby Street, Greetby Hill and Dark Lane. Visitors will also find that main roads in the A570, A59 and B5319 are also very close by. Therefore, it should never be too difficult for holidaymakers to head on out and explore the wider area.
Abbey Farm Park keenly places between Southport and Liverpool, making it the perfect holiday hub for people heading from either community. Beyond this, it should also prove ideal for anyone who wants to sample Liverpool’s culture, or to take a seaside jaunt down to Southport. Public transport is always easy to come by, with easy links just outside the park, and with a train station available in the centre of Ormskirk. The town will also provide holidaymakers with emergency facilities such as a full hospital and surgery, meaning anyone visiting the park won’t have to travel far for medical advice.
The park’s owners will be keen to recommend visitors look out and walk through the various rural walks and trails that surround the area. Down by Abbey Brook, and towards Sefton Brook and Castle Brook, there are some wonderful sights to see. Anyone who fancies a spot of golf, too, will find a local club only a few minutes’ away, at Ormskirk Golf Club just off Cranes Lane.
Abbey Farm Park is a rarity in the sense that it provides holidaymakers with the chance to take in the coast, country and town locations of Lancashire without ever having to travel too far. For that reason alone, it is likely many people will see a pitch or lodge here as a fantastic investment.
The Local Area
As well as being close to many areas of stunning natural beauty and greenery, families and holidaymakers will find Abbey Farm Park to offer a great vantage point when it comes to approaching some of the coast’s best-loved resorts. Blackpool centre and its Pleasure Beach, for example, are only a short drive away. So too, as mentioned, is Southport, which should provide a quieter seaside experience. All the same, the experiences here should be just as traditional!
Those holidaymakers keen to take in country walks and greenery elsewhere will want to make a beeline for the Forest of Bowland, a hugely popular Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors may also wish to take walks around the Ribble and Alt Estuaries, just outside of Southport, and close enough for holidayers to visit on a regular basis.
The park is also close enough to some of the region’s best-loved towns and cities, if visitors wish to access some of the nearest modern amenities. For example, Wigan and Bolton are only a few minutes’ away down the road, with Blackburn up towards the M6.
Abbey Farm park positions perfectly for anyone keen to explore bars, pubs and restaurants nearby, too. Therefore, it could be the ideal location for anyone keen to explore the wider area during the day, and to come home in the evenings to drink and dine.
Why Choose Abbey Farm Park?
Abbey Farm Park’s laid-back atmosphere and wide array of facilities will appeal to anyone keen to holiday somewhere convenient and free from the hassles of everyday life. In addition to this, the local countryside will appeal to families with dogs – who can attend the park, too, on request.
The secure and well-maintained park grounds give way to fantastic links to some of Lancashire’s most popular towns, cities and holiday escapes. The owners care deeply about presenting the perfect hub for visitors and explorers of all ages. Therefore, anyone investing in a pitch or lodge at the park can expect a thoroughly warm and open welcome. The park encourages independence, too. Pitches arrange to offer fantastic, discrete living. However, there is enough proximity between properties for new visitors to get to know those they are holidaying around. There is a good chance most people holidaying here will be looking for similar experiences.
Abbey Farm Park presents wonderful investment opportunities across 12-month seasons, therefore making them very likely to remain popular as the months and years go by. The community is easy to find from main roads, though it is just deep enough in Lancashire’s greenery to go unspoilt by noise and artificial light. Few parks in the region offer quite the same balance in comfort and convenience, making it a potentially viable viewing should properties or pitches become available. It is also a good idea to consult the park owners about attractions in the local area.
Abbey Farm Holiday Park