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CAMPING POD

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Welcome to Alanholme Caravan & Camping site.  We are a small site for touring caravans, motor homes and tents, ideally situated in the village of Long Marton, near Appleby, in the Eden Valley of Cumbria, favouring panoramic views across the Lake District fells, famous walks such as High Cup Nick a couple of miles away.

Offering ample 16 amp hook-ups, toilet & shower facilities this is an ideal location between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, with the Scottish Borders less than an hour away.

Long Marton is a quiet village four miles north of Appleby-in-Westmorland with a well run country pub serving excellent meals, also local bakery.  Alanholme is three miles from the Pennine Way at Dufton and only a slight detour off the National Cycle Route 68.  It is also on the route of Lady Anne's Way with close links to the Settle to Carlisle railway.

A perfect base for exploring Appleby’s historic market town, in the beautiful Eden Valley, the Pennines and the Lake District, Alanholme is just off the A66 and so great for breaking a journey to/from Scotland (Glasgow and Edinburgh approximately two and a half hours).

CARAVAN & CAMPING SITE

We both work full time so it is best to contact us between 7pm-9pm.

When messaging please use Whatsapp or Email rather than text messaging as we have very little phone signal in the house, therefore may not pick up the text message.

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We are looking forward to welcoming our customers OLD and NEW!

    The fully insulated pod consists of: 2 bedrooms (left empty for you to bring your own camp bed/airbed), kitchen area with fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery, mugs, glasses etc, electric heating. Minimum stay 2 nights. Prices start from £40 per night.

Bookings or enquiries

Email: alanholmelongmarton@gmail.com or call 07789 502 864

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