Hall More Holiday Park, Cumbria

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What Features Does Hall More Holiday Park Have?

Coarse Fishing
10 Acres of Park Land
Stunning Views
Cycle Friendly
Access to Fell End Holiday Park


Hall More Holiday Park is a family-run, friendly park nestled in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside. The park has a tranquil, farm setting among ten-acres of woodlands and meadow. There is a picnic area on the park, perfect for enjoying lunch-out with the family looking over pastoral views, and adjacent to the park is a fishing lake. A short walk from the park is the sister park Fell End Holiday Park. Holiday-home owners have access to the many facilities at Fell End which includes a bar and cafe, an outdoor and indoor children's play area, a gymnasium, entertainment and an amusement arcade, a shop and an indoor heating swimming pool with a steam room. There are a range of models of holiday-homes to suit all preferences and a combination of new and pre-owned homes to accommodate different budgets.

The Lake District National Park is easily accessible from the park and has much to do and see. There are walkways and cycle-routes to suit all abilities from gentle, scenic strolls to adventurous hikes and mountain-biking. The Lake District offers a great range of water activities such as boat hire at the beautiful Coniston lake- with paddleboards, motor boats, canoeing and more. Tree-top trekking at the Lake District is perfect for an adventurous family day out with thirty-five exiting tree-top obstacles finished with a zip-line, or for something more relaxed Muncaster Castle is a good day-out with a historic building surrounded by Himalayan Gardens and a stunning bluebell woods and an enchanted trail, adventure playgrounds as well as a quaint cafe. The city of Lancaster is less than half-an-hours drive of the park and has many great attractions including the remarkable Williamson's Park with play areas and breath-taking views as well as the unique Tropical Butterfly House- resembling a tropical rainforest with colourful butterflies, flowers and vines. Lancaster is home to the Peter Scott Gallery with an array of international art exhibits and The Lancaster City Museum. Furthermore, the city is home to a variety of local independent retailers and boutiques as well as quirky cafes down the old-fashioned cobbled streets.


Hall More Holiday Park