Early March, we had a relaxing 2 night break at this all year round site.
All sorts of accommodation on offer here. Tourers, camping pods and statics. There were lots of touring caravans parked up on seasonal pitches so although the site looked full, there were few people milling around this time of year. Our pitch was a good size and fully serviced (electric/water/waste). The higher pitches with views across Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland hills seemed to have been occupied by caravans parked up on a seasonal pitch basis.
We had some relaxing time on site, sitting out in the sunshine (with coats on) playing cards, visiting the site bar and restaurant which served good grub, and having an amble along the coastline, accessed through a gate at the bottom of the site. We walked to Archers Cafe at Red Bank Farm, approx. a mile and half away, which serves excellent homemade food. We were also fortunate to see new born lambs in the lambing shed behind the cafe at the time of our visit.
We walked from there up into the village of Bolton-le-Sands – http://www.boltonlesands.co.uk/
Although we didn’t call in this time, we’ve heard that – http://pottspies.co.uk/ are worth a visit.
All in all an enjoyable couple of days. Next stop, Bronte Country, Haworth.
Suzie & Bri