The Ullswater Holiday Park
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 11th May 2020 -Ullswater Holiday Park
To ALL OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS,
Following the Prime Ministers Announcement on the 10th May, it is with deepest sadness that The Ullswater Holiday Park remains closed for all accommodation, touring and camping until we are otherwise advised. We will continue to review the situation as the government updates us and we will reopen the park as soon as it is safe to do so.
The earliest possible opening date that we have been advised is the beginning of July, however we are unsure what form this will be in. Once we have confirmation we will ensure that we are ready for you, and the safety of our customers and staff on the park is our priority.
We would like to thank our customers for their understanding throughout this unprecedented time, we really hope you can continue to support our family business by transferring your booking to an alternative date of your choice to the end of 2021, or accepting a credit note which have no expiry date. We are dealing with our customers bookings in monthly intervals, therefore please bear with us, we will try to help and deal with your booking as soon as we can. If you haven’t heard from us please contact us by email email@example.com.
We are missing all our customers, hoping that you are all safe and well and look forward to welcoming you back soon, the park is not the same without you!
From all our team at The Ullswater Holiday Park
Family owned Lake District accommodation since 1958.
At the Ullswater Holiday Park, we specialise in a friendly welcome, practical family facilities and a range of accommodation to suit all needs. Our family has been here since 1958 and our park has plenty of space combining a sheltered position beneath Cumbrian fells with excellent access to the nearby shores and waters of Ullswater. Camping in Ullswater has never been so good.
CAMPING & TOURING
Touring caravans and tent campers are welcome and the Park is not only an ideal base for exploring the Lake District and Cumbria but also a great location for a relaxing break in journeys to or from Scotland.Read More
Why not try the perfect alternative to camping in a tent, cabins are ideal for a family of 4 – 2 adults & 2 children.Read More
Our modern 6-berth static caravans are spacious and offer comfortable family accommodation with all the facilities and equipment that you would expect from your holiday home.Read More
The stone-built Lakeland farmhouse and traditional barns on the Park have been converted into seven distinctive cottage units, each one offering ideal accommodation for convenient, flexible and leisurely family holidays.Read More
Shhhh... Can you keep a secret?
The Hidden Place is our beautiful cottage situated in its own secluded hidden place, in a peaceful and angelic rural setting in the village of Watermillock. It is completely surrounded by green fields, with immense views of Lake Ullswater and her spectacular array of fells and landscapes.
The Ullswater Holiday Park is licensed for over 100 caravans and just over 100 tents, all spread over 12 acres. The Park also includes eight self-catering cottages, based in the converted farmhouse, barn and bungalow.Read More
Fairfield Marina, only a mile from our other accommodation and offering full access to Ullswater. There are floating moorings and jetty space tie-ups as well as a concrete slipway for launching, hot shower facilities and space for trailer parking.Read More
Children of all ages are made particularly welcome at the Park and we have an extensive (half-acre) playground in the centre of the site. We also have toilets and showers, a shop, full laundry services and a licensed bar.Read More
Got a strong desire to get wet?
One of our Park’s best-loved features is Fairfield Marine, only a mile from our other accommodation and offering full access to Ullswater. For boat owners, there are floating moorings and jetty space tie-ups as well as a concrete slipway for launching, hot shower facilities and space for trailer parking. We also offer winter storage for boats on the shore.