Cumblands Farm Carlton Holmrook Cumbria
Cumblands Farm
Caravan Park

Cumblands is a working farm set in tranquil country-side with magnificent views. This area of
"The Western Lake District" is less known, but interests and surprises for all ages.
All cottages are converted from farm buildings to a high standard, and one small pet accepted in each.

Also available very small touring caravan park with electric, shower and toilet.

After a long day chill out, listen to wild birds and animals and watch the beautiful sunsets.

Why wait, come and see for yourself.

Enquiries:- Michael Hodgson
Tel:- 01946 724616 Mobile:- 07580796559

Expore the Cumbrian Coast

The West Cumbria Coast, also known as the Cumbrian Coast, offers a beautiful and diverse range of activities for visitors and locals alike. Whether you're interested in exploring nature, history, or simply relaxing, here are some things to do in the area:

  1. Visit Ravenglass: Start your journey in Ravenglass itself. It's a picturesque coastal village with a rich history and a lovely beach. You can also explore the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, which offers scenic steam train rides.
  2. Explore the Beaches The West Cumbria Coast is known for its rugged and unspoiled beaches. Stroll along the shores of beaches like Drigg, Silecroft, and Seascale. They're great for picnics and taking in the beautiful views.
  3. Visit Muncaster Castle Just a short drive from Ravenglass, Muncaster Castle is a historic castle with beautiful gardens. You can tour the castle and enjoy the Hawk and Owl Centre.
  4. Hiking and Walking There are numerous trails and walks along the coast, offering stunning views of the Irish Sea and the surrounding countryside. Some popular routes include the Cumbria Coastal Way and the Eskdale Trail.
  5. Bird Watching The area is a haven for birdwatchers, with a variety of coastal and estuarine birds to spot. The RSPB Hodbarrow Nature Reserve near Millom is a great place for birdwatching.
  6. Fishing The Cumbrian Coast is a great spot for fishing, whether you prefer sea fishing from the beaches or freshwater fishing in the nearby lakes and rivers.
  7. Explore the Lake District While you're in the area, consider taking a short drive inland to explore the Lake District National Park. There, you can hike, boat, and visit towns like Ambleside and Windermere.
  8. Historical Sites Explore historical sites like Hardkott Fort, Egremont Castle and St. Bees Priory. These offer a glimpse into the region's rich Roman history.
  9. Enjoy Local Food Try some local Cumbrian cuisine at the pubs and restaurants along the coast. Be sure to sample the famous Cumberland sausage and other regional specialties.
  10. Relax and Take in the Views Sometimes, the best thing to do on the West Cumbria Coast is simply relax and enjoy the stunning coastal scenery. Whether it's a quiet moment on the beach or a leisurely drive along the coastal road, the natural beauty of the area is worth savoring.

Remember to check local event listings and visitor information for any special events, festivals, or activities that may be happening during your visit. Enjoy your time on the West Cumbria Coast!

Hardknott fort
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