Threlkeld Hall Caravan Site

A small caravan site situated just on the outskirts of Keswick in Cumbria, The Lake District. The Lake District is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK based in Cumbria.

Keswick is the most visited town in The Lake District and it is surrounded by loads of holiday parks and campsites- including Threlkeld Hall.

Threlkeld is a smaller village, about a ten minute drive from Keswick and is just off the A66. The village is on the other side of the A66, at the bottom of the dale is the caravan site which is just a ten minute walk from the village.

The caravan site, along with Threlkeld itself, is situated at the foot of the mountainside. Staying at this caravan site is perfect for those who are seeking peace and quiet and relaxation. It is also not far away from surrounding tourist hotspots, and it is very easy to find if you’ve never been in The Lake District before.

So, Why Should You Visit Threlkeld Hall Caravan Site?

Above all, Threlkeld offers the best of both worlds- peace and relaxation, and nearness to fun and activities.

The caravan site is surrounded by idyllic country side, with a panoramic view of the mountains on both sides of the dale, acres of fields and farmland, and abundant walks on footpaths and cycle routes.

Caravan Site Facilities:

Mountainside at Lake District

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  • Men’s and women’s toilets. The toilets are built within the owner’s farmhouse courtyard on the caravan site.
  • Showers are also at the toilets.
  • The space on the caravan site includes divided slots for hitching caravans and electric and water points.
  • A water access point at the middle of the site for washing dishes, filling up water tanks etc.
  • Recycling and waste bins located near toilets.
  • The visitor office at the main farm building.
  • A large patch of grass for people to pitch tents to camp in.
  • Caravan storage facilities within the farmhouse courtyard. People can leave their caravans there all year round.
  • The site now offer leisure vehicle services including repairing caravans and motor homes. You can also store your van at their facilities all year round.

The site is very quiet and relatively small. There isn’t any entertainment on the actual site due to it’s size and it being privately owned (not part of a major chain like Haven). However, visitors can use the space to play games and there are things to do on the doorstep.

Activities & Things To Do:

  • From the holiday park, people can set off on big country walks including mountain hikes. There are footpaths starting from the site.
  • Cycle route from the site directly to Keswick via the newly built pathway going directly to Keswick’s old railway station starting from the A66 which is just a mile from the site.
  • Keswick Gold Club is just a 7 minute walk from the site.

Nearby Places to Visit & Activities:

  • Keswick. A thriving rustic town bustling with activity. Loads of pubs, bars and cafes of variety for people of all tastes. The market square is the heart of the town, which tons of shops to buy souvenirs and gifts. This is all just a ten minute drive away, and about half an hour to cycle to.
  • Mountain walks. There is Scafell Pike, Blencathra, and Catbells which are among many of the most frequently hiked mountains all year round.
  • The Lake. At Keswick, the lakeside is great for activities. From canoeing, boat rowing and even sailing and water-skiing. There is a beautiful walk along and around the lakeside, and lots of parks too. There is other attractions near the lakeside too including the theatre.
  • Threlkeld. There is a small village within walking distance up the hill, across the main road (the A66) and just a little bit further. The village has a pub (The Horse and Farrier) that has a food menu, and also an awesome selection of traditional cask ales.
  • Honister Slate Mine. Not far from Keswick, there is a major tourist attraction where visitors can undertake breath-taking tours of the slate mine, and even book to do adrenaline challenges including the Via Ferrata.
  • Whinlatter Forest. A commissioned forestry site that is a hive of outdoor activities. A major hotspot for mountain biking, with tons of bike tracks suited for people of all levels of experience and capabilities. The forest also has a Go Ape course which is fun and stimulating for people of all ages. People can also hire a Segway to whizz around on! All of this is just a 20 minute drive from the caravan site.
  • Penrith. The largest town in the area is Penrith, which is on the outskirts of The Lake District and is just over the M6. There are lots of tourist attractions to check out there. It is just a 2o minutes drive from Threlkeld.


If all this sounds really good, then please read on to see how accessible the site is.

Threlkeld Hall Caravan Park is very friendly and caters to people of all needs and requirements. Main points of accessibility include:

  • Free wifi. There is also decent signal in the area.
  • Spacious area. People staying in their caravan have their own personal space, each slot is divided by low bushes so people can gain a sense of privacy. The rest of the site offers plenty of space for outdoor games, for children to run around and play, and for people to just relax and enjoy.
  • Dog-friendly. The site allows visitors to bring their pets. Dogs can be walked and get loads of exercise right on the doorstep of the site.
  • Quiet area. There is no loud bar or anything like that on the site, so it is ideal for those who feel more comfortable without noise.
  • Disabled toilets. The toilet facilities are easy to access, there are no steps or narrow doorways.
  • Wheelchairs. People on wheelchairs can easily move around the site, there is no steep hills or steps, and the terrain- although gravelly- is generally even.

After reading all this, we hope you like the sound of this holiday caravan site! If you do, please visit their website here!

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Q Are barbecues/campfires permitted on the site?

Yes, anywhere outside as long as it is small and controlled.

Q How do I go about using their leisure vehicle services?

Visit the website for more details at:

Or contact 07851132197

They will be more than happy to discuss this and answer any questions.

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