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Hill Of Oaks & Blake Holme Caravan Estate

Windermere, Cumbria
http://www.hillofoaks.co.uk

01539 531578 Booking Enquiry
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Introduction From The Holiday Park

Nestled on the slopes of ancient woodland, Hill of Oaks offers exclusive lake frontage for more than one mile along the shores of lake Windermere in the picturesque Lake District National Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The park is family orientated, with well laid out nature walks where intrepid explorers can seek out the wildlife. There is also a natural secure play area for our younger visitors. Hill of Oaks is conservation orientated with managed woodlands providing a natural environment for a rich biodiversity of animals, birds, flora and fauna.

The park welcomes touring caravans and motorhomes, self-catering apartments, lodges and cottages, glamping pods and safari tents, plus the exclusive Waterbird Boathouse. Dog friendly options available. The park also offers holiday home opportunities.

This idyllic holiday location is perfectly located for access to the main areas of the Lake District National Park - from quaint villages, an array of shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes, plus a host of outdoor activities, visitor attractions and of course the iconic Lakeland fells. Onsite facilities include a site shop and bistro, children's play area, access to water sport activities, woodland walks, Wi-Fi and picnic area. Fishing is also permitted with appropriate licenses.

Park Description

The site offers exclusive lake frontage onto Windermere with its own jetties and boat launching facilities. Nature trails through the ancient woodland. There is also a licenced shop selling all the essentials for your holiday.

Directions To The Park

A592 between Newby Bridge and Bowness on the east shore of Windermere. M6, J36, 18 miles.

Holiday Season

1st March to 2nd January

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Site Facilities

Hill Of Oaks & Blake Holme Caravan Estate

Tower Wood
Windermere
Cumbria
LA12 8NR

Tel: 01539 531578
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