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Went here to try out our new to us transcamper trailer tent.
Lovely camp site run by friendly family.
When we arrived it was very wet but chap helped us get trailer onto plot and even supplied some fake grass to cover a patch of...More
Gill Head Farm is about a mile walk from the bus stop at Troutbeck, which stops on the motorway at the turn-off for Troutbeck Inn. It's an easy walk, easy to find. Add in the walk down the long path to the farm itself and...More
We spent 3 nights here over the bank holiday, and although the pitches were almost completely waterlogged, the owner could not have been more helpful. He showed us to our reserved pitch, and offered an alternative, while being very apologetic for the state of the...More
We stayed in a camping pod for 3 nights. Had lighting, very small radiator and a plug socket with camping mattresses provided. Very nice pod and location where we were. Had a visit from a peacock and a hedgehog!! Lots of facilities and very clean....More
We just had a 5 day stay at the site which was really lovely apart from the ground conditions which can only be described as a bog, i know this is completely weather and not the campsites fault but it was pretty damn muddy. We...More
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the mighty Blencathra and the northern fells, Gill Head Farm offers a warm welcome to our family run working hill farm with a caravan and camping site and traditional lakeland farmhouse self catering accommodation.
The Troutbeck inn isn't too far away, you'll pass it as you drive in, but I would read the reviews before booking a table as you can't just walk in. If you're driving the Sportsmans arms and (I think) The White Horse inn... More
The Troutbeck inn isn't too far away, you'll pass it as you drive in, but I would read the reviews before booking a table as you can't just walk in. If you're driving the Sportsmans arms and (I think) The White Horse inn aren't too far either.