Seaview Caravan Park

Proprietor

Mr & Mrs Fairacre

Address

Seaview Rd,
Maryport,
Cumbria CA8 5ZZ

Telephone

(day) 01900 222451
(eve) 01900 222452

Please mention this website when calling.


Fax

01900 222453

Email

reception@seaviewvan.co.uk

Website

www.seaviewvan.co.uk

Open

1 Mar-15 Nov

Site Description

Offering peace and tranquility, enclosed in 20 acres of beautiful woodland and parkland, nestled in the heart of Britain's Lake District, our park is ideal for those who wish to get away from it all and unwind, or for the more active who want to participate in a range of outdoor pursuits. Well managed and maintained, the park is neat and tidy with attractive shrubs, plants and the wealth of mature trees in its surroundings. The site provides fully serviced pitches for touring vans and ample space for campers. Children have a choice of two adventure playgrounds and plenty of space for ball games. On arrival visitors are loaned very comprehensive tourist information brochures. Most major credit/debit cards accepted.

Other Facilities on Site

The site also has a sauna, hot tub and exercise equipment and a large conservatory.

Nearby Facilities & Tourist Attractions

Within easy reach of the lakes and 10 minutes from a Wild Animal Park; interesting footpaths for walkers and special tracks for the more adventurous mountain bike riders. The village has a 17th century Inn, serving good food every day.

Nearby Restaurants/Pubs

Crown Inn, High Street, 01900 222654. Open all day, serving good quality home made food at affordable prices.

Directions

From Maryport take the coast road towards Allonby. After 2 miles take right-hand turn signposted to Nature Reserve. Seaview is half a mile on the right.

OS Map Ref

123/329315

Facilities

shop

restaurant

bar

take-away food

gas supplies

disabled facilities

Site layout

20 acres grass/hard standing, level

Total Pitches: 180

Static Pitches: 60

Charges

Tourers 10-15

Tents 6-11

Motorhomes 12-16

Elec hook-up 3

Cards accepted

All major cards

Awards & Memberships

David Bellamy Conservation Award

BH&HPA Member