Enjoy The Lake District, Cumbria, North Yorkshire & Lancashire from our park…
The Beetham Holiday Homes park has been carefully developed over the last fifty years by the Russell family, to incorporate the natural features of indigenous woodland, meadows and limestone pavements. With ongoing careful conservation of the natural landscape, plants and animals, we seek to preserve and help develop appreciation of the natural beauty of the site. Families and children are very welcome. There is a playground, set away from holiday homes, and a dedicated area especially for ball games and children’s activities on the park.
The customer services manager and his family live on site and he is available to arrange the practical requirements you may have. The staff and management aim to provide the highest standards in relation to customer service.
Holiday Home Park Surrounded by Natural Beauty & Wildlife
It is a great place for those who enjoy walks with their dogs, both around the park and in the surrounding woodlands.
Every luxury holiday home pitch on the park has a secluded naturally hedged patio or deck and views to woodland, splendid trees or open meadow. The privacy and very natural character of each pitch is what often surprises the visitor, and is what those with holiday homes here most value.
The park is set in woodland of mature oaks and yews, spindle berry, blackthorn and coppiced hazel. There are an abundance of wild flowers, including several species of orchid, wild roses and carpets of English bluebells and lily of the valley in the spring. The numerous pheasant will feed from the hand and many rarer birds have been seen here, including, hawfinches, marsh and hen harriers, osprey, barn owls, woodcock and jacksnipe. Fallow deer roam across the site, and red and roe deer are in the surrounding wood, together with foxes, squirrels, rabbits and amphibians.
There is a wide variety of friendly pubs and great restaurants in the area, as well as fantastic locations for all ages to enjoy. You can read more about this here.
Being in the South Lakeland area, we have easy access to The Lake District, Cumbria, North Yorkshire, Lancashire and more. The park is open for 52 weeks a year.
To make the most of the peace and quiet in this natural haven we have deliberately sought not to develop a pool, on-site bar or café.
The site is off the beaten track and every holiday home pitch is very secluded and private. We do run site socials, walking and cycling trips, and art and craft courses for those who want to join in.
Nature lovers soon fall in love with the park. We work in partnership with the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and also the nearby RSPB’s Leighton Moss bird and wildlife sanctuary, in their aims to conserve and enhance this outstanding landscape now and for the future.