We had an overnight stay here last weekend while we were over visiting family in Clitheroe. It’s a good couple of miles outside Clitheroe, but we used the site as our usual two choices in Clitheroe itself were closed that weekend. It was just a flying visit and we were only on site to sleep, so we didn’t make use of any of the facilities. A lot of the pitches here are very sloping, but that was fine for just a night.
It’s a popular site for families, in view of the facilities available, and it was quite full as it was the beginning of half term week. The sun shone too which added to the beauty of this site’s rural setting. For more site info check out the link:-
You’ll need a car to explore the surrounding area here as there is very little within easy walking distance. For us though, it was a great weekend spent with our nearest and dearest.
Our next stop is a return to the Lake District and one of our favourite annual haunts.
Suzie & Bri