Location

Directions

Croft Ends, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, CA16 6JW

Travelling East on A66 leave as signposted B6542 Appleby. At the T junction turn right, then take the 1st turning on the left, signposted Long Marton.(After this turn do not follow Sat Nav directions which will take you down Castrigg Lane, a single track lane on the left.) Continue on this road for approx. 600 yards until you see the Croft Ends Farm Caravan & Motorhome Club sign on the right.

There is a YELLOW defibulator on the wall next to the entrance.

Travelling West on A66 leave as signposted B6542 Appleby. Continue on the B6542 through the town with the River Eden on the left, the road bears right under a railway bridge, continue on this road taking the 1st turning on the left, signposted Long Marton.(After this turn do not follow Sat Nav directions which will take you down Castrigg Lane, a single track lane on the left) Continue on this road for approx. 600 yards until you see the Croft Ends Farm Caravan & Motorhome Club sign on the right.

There is a YELLOW defibulator on the wall next to the entrance.

Nearby Attractions

The Stag Inn, Dufton.

A classic country pub – and very ‘walker friendly’ – with a large cast-iron range warming the main bar, a woodburner in the smaller lounge and a comfortable dining room to the rear serving great home cooked food and good beer.

The Masons Arms,

Long Marton. Serving high quality dishes using fresh locally sourced produce, including pub favourites as well as fine dining, backed by fine wines and excellent local real ales.

The Lake District

England’s largest National Park is now a World Heritage Site, home to Scafell Pike – its highest mountain, Wastwater – its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.

Croft Ends Farm is about 20 minutes away from the Lake District National Park.

Appleby in Westmorland

 lies in a loop of the river Eden and is overlooked by the Pennine range with the Lake District Fells showing on the western horizon, just a few miles away.

Settle to Carlisle Railway 

Running through some of the most attractive scenery in the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbrian Fells, the railway is world famous for its Victorian architecture, huge stone viaducts, long tunnels and remote wayside station buildings.

Appleby Castle

 In the 17th Century, the Castle was the preferred residence of Lady Anne Clifford. History tours of the Castle are held daily but advance booking is essential.

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