Butterflowers Holiday Park is situated in one of Cumbria's most sought-after locations. This beautifully-kept park sits on the banks of the Duddon Estuary, just a stone's throw from the water's edge. Sandy beaches line its boundary with shoreline grasses and panoramic views. The park is located in the small fishing village of Haverigg, a magnet for birdwatchers who enjoy observing breeding terns and a host of wading birds. Perfect for quiet weekends away or family holidays, Butterflowers Holiday Park is close to safe Blue Flag beaches, children's activities and a host of other great attractions. Nearby, you will find the RSPB's Hodbarrow Nature Reserve, which boasts a lagoon. Haverigg is dotted with cafes and pubs, providing local cuisine on your doorstep. A short drive away, you can explore the Lake District 'Escape to Light', a 7-tonne sculpture by the world-famous artist Josefina de Vasconcellos is located near Haverigg Inshore Rescue station and is dedicated to all Inshore Rescue Teams in the UK. The holiday park is located a short drive away from the coastal town of Millom. Here you will find a variety of shops, places to eat and a museum. Known for its historical links with the iron industry and 20th Century poetry, this is a place where past meets present. Getting There: From Millom, take Moor Road to Palmers Lane. Follow Haverigg Road and Poolside to Sea View.
Butterflowers Holiday Park