•A rare opportunity to acquire a thriving business in one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK within the Lake District National Park.
•The Property has Planning Permission for 215 Tents and Moveable Units.
•Site Licence Period from 1st March to the 15th November.
•Attractive Owner’s 3 Bedroom Cottage.
•All in approximately 12 Acres [4.9 ha].
The Campsite is run as a quiet family site by the present owners and is proven to be a particularly popular destination for visitors to the area. The park is holder of “7 Best Camp Sites in Britain 2010” and “10 Best Family Camp Site 2009”.
The park has been developed sympathetically in keeping with the area and is laid out to accommodate a total of 215 tents and moveable units within two areas. The main field can accommodate 150 tents and the smaller field can accommodate 65 tents in accordance with the Site Licence. The pitches are mainly to grass and there are 4 No hard-standings for motorhomes.
On-Site facilities include:
Office/Reception – a timber log cabin type structure.
Toilet/Shower Block – A purpose-built building of concrete block and render with corrugated profile plastic coated metal clad roof. Water heating is via an Andrews LPG boiler.
Ladies: 5 No w.c’s, 4 No wash hand basins, 4 No showers, hair dryer and hand dryer.
Gent’s: 3 No urinals, 4 No w.c’s, 4 No wash hand basins, 4 No showers, hair dryer and hand dryer.
Laundry: Whirlpool washing machine, tumble dryer, “boot dryer”, freezer and ironing facility.
Wash-up Area: 6 No stainless steel sink units.
Children’s Adventure Playground: with rustic equipment and pond.
Workshop – An agricultural building of concrete block and metal clad uppers and roof. With mains electric, water and Sky TV.
Number of bedrooms: 3
Cottage The owner’s accommodation is a most attractive and well-appointed stone cottage which is set apart from the camp site and as such provides the owners with a degree of privacy in addition to some stunning panoramic scenery. The property is of stone construction with pitch slate roof and benefits from hardwood double glazed window units and oil-fired central heating. A recent extension has been added to provide a conservatory to the front of the cottage.
Eskdale is a particularly picturesque part of the Lake District National Park and is a beautiful setting for the Campsite. Located on the western side of the National Park in a valley, the property is approached either via the Wrynose Pass and Hardknot Pass or for the less adventurous via the main A590, A5092 and A595 roads.
This part of the Lake District is noted for the peace and tranquillity it provides, yet within walking distance are numerous attractions which include Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain and Wastwater – England’s deepest lake. The property provides an ideal base from which to explore the Lake District.
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