Long holiday season
Idyllic coastal location
Ideal for families
Close to a Blue Flag beach
Near Historic town of Millom
The Lake District - http://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/
Millom Discovery Centre - http://millomdiscoverycentre.co.uk/
Cumbrian Heavy Horses - http://www.cumbrianheavyhorses.com/
The Beggar’s Theatre - http://www.beggarstheatre.co.uk/
Hodbarrow Nature Reserve - http://ww2.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/find-a-reserve/reserves-a-z/reserves-by-name/h/hodbarrow/
Butterflowers Holiday Park is situated in one of Cumbria’s most sough-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