Hawkrigg Lune Valley, Cumbria

Description

Hawkrigg Lune Valley Park is set in the beautiful valley of the River Lune between the Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes District, five minute drive from Kirkby Lonsdale, the picturesque market town with an interesting history. Being very peaceful, tranquil and all lodges enjoying fantastic views. All lodges owner occupied, forbidden sub-let lodges to create a friendly atmosphere. There is no part of Hawkrigg Lune Valley Park that resembles commercialism and we pride our park on this.

Available to all residents is also our supply of fresh vegetables and meat via our log cabin shop produced via Hawkrigg farm. Organic lamb, beef and milk is available to sell direct, please contact us for more details and prices.
Hawkrigg Farm
Hawkrigg Lune Valley Farm
Family farm has run through 3 generations of the Cowin's, the family now of Bob, Sue Kevin and Gareth run the farm and park.
Hawkrigg farm partners Hawkrigg lune Valley Park and contributes to the stunning scenery surrounding the lodges. 35 organic Friesian cows are milked twice a day offering in the future all residents fresh milk for the day. We also run 5 organic limo seen and 5 pure organic Aberdeen Angus cows producing fine offspring of quality beef. Come March we lamb 165 mule ewes producing top quality Suffolk lambs for the market from July - November.
Helping us with our day to day jobs is Pugsy and Floss our sheep dogs. Being very friendly dogs they have become friends with our current residents.
Park Location
5 minutes from junction 36 off the M6
5 minutes from picturesque Kirkby Lonsdale
20 minutes from Kendal - Lake District
10 minutes from Ingleton Water falls - Yorkshire Dales.

Address

Hawkrigg Lune Valley
Old Town
Kirkby Lonsdale
Cumbria
LA6 2EP

Hawkrigg Lune Valley Park Rules
These park rules are in place for the good management of the park and the benefit of all who use it. These rules form part of the Licence agreement that is the contract between you and us for your occupation of a pitch on the park.
Expressions:
‘you’/’your’ means the caravan owner and or occupier
‘we’/’us’/’our’/ refers to the park owner and/or the manager
‘the park’ means Hawkrigg Lune Valley Park
‘the agreement’ means the contract between you and us for the siting of your holiday home.
‘holiday home’ means the caravan/lodge belonging to you and sited on the park

• The park is open for occupation between 1 March and 14 January. The park will be closed from 15 January until the last day of February each year. During the closed season you may not use your holiday home.
• Pitch fees are payable promptly in advance and no later than 1 March by you upon receipt of our invoice.
• If we offer you a pitch for the forthcoming season and you do not wish to accept our offer, you will be required to give notice to that effect in writing by no later than 31 January. If we do not hear from you by this date, we will assume that you wish to accept our offer of a pitch and payment of pitch fees will fall due.
• The agreement is not transferable and is for the siting of your holiday home only. It does not provide for any replacement holiday home unless this is as a result of a total loss of an insured risk or with our consent.
• Your holiday home must not be used as your main residence and on reasonable notice from us, we will ask you to produce evidence of your main residential address. The park cannot be used as a base from which to travel from work and back on a regular basis.
• You are not permitted to use your caravan as a place of business.
• Commercial vehicles are not allowed on the park.
• Your holiday home may not be used for sleeping a number of persons greater than the maximum sleeping capacity specified in the agreement or in the absence of such, recommended by the manufacturer.
• You must not sublet your holiday home.
• You must ensure that you maintain the holiday home and the pitch in a first class condition keeping them tidy at all times.
• You must not change the exterior colour of your holiday home without our prior consent.
• Trees and shrubs may only be planted or existing trees and shrubs cut down or removed with the written consent of the park owner.
• You may not erect a washing line on your pitch. You may however erect a rotary dryer on your pitch with the consent of the park owner.
• Signs must not be placed anywhere on the holiday home or the pitch. The exception being a ‘For Sale’ sign which may be placed in the front window of your holiday home and must be of a style and design approved by the park owner.
• No structures or fences of any kind may be built on the pitch or to the holiday home without the written consent of the park owner.
• Sheds are permitted on your pitch however you must seek the written consent of the park owner as to the size, design and location of your shed.
• All refuse must be disposed of in the correct containers.
• Waste water must be disposed of in to the proper drainage system and not in to the ground.
• All gas, water and electricity connections must be switched off when the holiday home is not occupied. All gas and electrical appliances in the holiday home should be checked by a qualified engineer on a regular basis. You must not attempt to interfere with the park’s gas, electrical and water systems but must notify us immediately if you experience any problems.
• You must not make any excess noise or play loud music after 10.00 pm each evening. There must be absolute quiet between the hours of 12am and 8am.
• You are responsible for keeping the area around your caravan clean and tidy. You must not store items under your caravan and objects and personal clutter must not be left on the pitch.
• Your holiday home must remain in a state capable of movement at all times. It may not be moved off the pitch however without the prior written consent of the park owner.
• We have a dog exercising field for your use. Dog mess must be removed immediately and disposed of in the appropriate bins. Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead on all other areas of the park including park roads and farm tracks.