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Port Haverigg Marina Village

Millom, Cumbria

Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2

Key info


Listing ref 7920

Pet friendly

Children welcome

No smoking

Owner info

Owner info


Nigel Bate

07935774456

This listing was set live on the 23rd August 2018

Holiday home facilities

Holiday home facilities


Shower

Double Glazing

DVD Player

Toaster

Central Heating

Microwave

Television

Iron

Veranda

Parking Bay

Patio Area

Garden Chairs

WiFi

Travel Cot

High Chair

Additional info:
Wrap-Around Decking
Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarms Fitted
Free Wi-Fi
Dogs stay for free

Description

Description


​Port Haverigg is a real hidden gem, a beautiful unique holiday park, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views of the Lakeland Fells, Irish Sea and Duddon Estuary which is immortalized in Wordsworth’s poetry.

This stunning park is in a beautiful location just outside Millom, on the Cumbrian coastline, in the Western Lakes. The perfect location for you to enjoy a holiday in Cumbria, ideally situated for exploring the magnificent Lake District without all the hustle & bustle that can often arise in the heart of The Lakes and it is yet only a 30-minute drive from Coniston.

With a 3-mile golden sandy beach perfect for families and dog lovers alike, Port Haverigg also boasts a 200-acre fresh water private lake which is ideal for fishing and not only stunning but it is the only lake in the Lake District with NO speed restrictions, meaning it is a water sports enthusiast ‘dream come true’.

For the climbers and walkers there is the mighty Scafell and the not so daunting Coniston Old Man, the Langdales and Tarn Hows and all the various routes up Black Coombe.

Golfers can delight in a 9-hole / 18 tee links course at Silecroft Golf Club. Furness Golf Club is on the Island of Walney and is the sixth oldest course in England, a traditional links course with 18-holes. The Dunnerholme Golf Club Dunnerholme golf club is a challenging
10-hole links course, with 18 tees, whilst the popular, nearby Ulverston club boasts an 18-hole course.

For horse riding, Murthwaite Green, only 4 miles away specialise in beach rides and cater for all abilities and ages from 4 years upwards. Cumbria Heavy Horses are situated 6 miles away and are unique in the use of the magnificent Clydesdale, Shire and Ardennes horses for riding on the beach and up the fells.

The Lake District has many wonderful houses and castles to visit among them are Holker Hall; an Elizabethan House with a stunning garden, Muncaster Castle with its own owl sanctuary, Levens Hall and its garden in its original 1694 design and stately topiary, Sizergh Castle and its fern and limestone garden, Beatrix Potter’s house at Hill Top and Dove Cottage in Grasmere which is home of the poet William Wordsworth.

Situated by the Hodbarrow Lagoon & RSPB Nature reserve, this beautiful location is perfect for bird watchers and nature lovers alike. With its abundant wildlife and surrounding scrub and grassland it is home to songbirds, rare plants and natterjack toads and marsh and bee orchids add colour to the flower-rich grasslands. The 4-mile circular walk around the lake is dog friendly and pushchair-friendly and ideal for runners and cyclists alike.

For rail enthusiasts, Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway provides 7-miles of spectacular scenery, travel across the estuary, through the hills on a 15 in minimum gauge heritage railway, the line runs from Ravenglass (the only coastal village in the UNESCO World Heritage site) to Dalegarth Station near Boot in the valley of Eskdale. Travel back in time on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway, jump aboard train at Haverthwaite Station
and enjoy views from your carriage up to Lakeside; the southern tip of Lake Windermere. The Cumbrian Coast Line from Carlisle to Barrow passes through some pretty spectacular scenery. Travel south along the coast to destinations such as Carnforth 'Brief Encounters' railway station and Lancaster.

For foodies, there are an endless supply of places to eat and drink. The on-site Ski bar offers a wide range or refreshments along with hot & cold snacks. Herdwicks bistro is a mere 150 yards from us and is also a coffee house a pizzeria. From a traditional chippy in Haverigg, to quaint 15th century pubs in nearby Broughton-in-Furness, to micro-breweries in Foxfield to Michelin starred restaurants such as L’enclume in Cartmel.

With fantastic walks, water sports, outdoor adventures, coastline and nearby beauty spots there is something for everyone. The Willows at Port Haverigg can offer the adventure you are looking for or equally be the quiet, relaxing retreat you desire.

The Willows feels light, bright and spacious and provides all the holiday home you and your family need for fantastic time away together.

Fully furnished and beautifully maintained to a very high standard, totally insulated throughout with double glazed generously proportioned windows, gas central heating, high vaulted ceilings, clean and contemporary styling.

Our accommodation can currently sleep up to 4-6 people, 2 in a double bedroom and 2 in a twin bedroom. There is an inflatable double 'readybed' for any additional guests. We also have a travel cot available which will fit comfortably in the main bedroom, this is suitable for babies and infants (please bring your own cot bedding).

The stunning wrap around decking with steps and a gate is ideal to keep children and dogs safe and provides an 'outside space' perfect to enjoy alfresco dining and watch the sunset.

Dogs stay free at The Willows, we accept well behaved fur babies to join you on your stay.

We supply all bedding and towels, hand soap, washing up liquid and sponge scourers as well as a full range of cleaning products and equipment including a cordless vacuum cleaner, mop and bucket.

There is an iron and a full size ironing board and we supply coat hangers in all the wardrobes.

Holiday park facilities

Holiday park facilities


Please note: Due to coronavirus restrictions some facilities may not be available.

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Beach Local
Scenic Walks
Watersports
Nature Reserve
Pubs and Clubs
Fishing
History

Reviews

Reviews


Based on 1 guest ratings

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Family With Young Children

Date of stay - 17 Jul 2018 - 20 Jul 2018

STAYED HERE FOR A FEW DAYS WITH OUR 4YR OLD TWIN BOYS AND MY PARTNER. I HAVEN'T STAYED IN A CARAVAN FOR OVER 20 YEARS SO I WAS SHOCKED WITH HOW MODERN, FRESH AND GORGEOUS THE WILLOWS IS. THE ENCLOSED DECKING WAS FANTASTIC FOR US AND MEANT THAT THE BOYS COULD PLAY AND BE SAFE WHILST WE COULD RELAX IN THE SUNSHINE!. THE OWNERS HAVE THOUGHT OF EVERYTHING, WIFI WAS INCLUDED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE WERE CHILDRENS BOOKS, DVD'S, FAMILY BOARD GAMES. EVERYTHING ABOUT OUR STAY WAS 5* WE WERE CONTACTED ON OUR FIRST DAY BY NIGE AND ANN THE OWNERS TO SEE IF ALL WAS OK... IT SURE WAS, THANKS FOR THE WINE AND COMPLIMENTARY WELCOME TRAY! THE BEACHES WERE LOVELY, THE BARS WERE FAMILY FRIENDLY, ALL IN ALL THIS WAS A VERY INEXPENSIVE LUXURY STAY AND WE WILL DEFINITELY BE RETURNING LATER IN THE YEAR FOR A MINI BREAK. 5*

Thank you so much Vicky, we are delighted that you enjoyed your stay! Thank you for leaving everywhere in a pristine condition, we really appreciate your very kind words. We look forward to welcoming you and your lovely family back to The Willows very soon :-) Don't forget to 'like' us on Facebook to keep up with offers and availability: www.facebook.com/thewillowsporthaverigg Thank you, Ann & Nige xx

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