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Crake Valley, Coniston, Cumbria, North West England

Enjoy a great holiday at Crake Valley in Cumbria. Unique selling points of this park include:

  • Near Coniston water
  • Great for exploring
  • Tranquil setting


About Crake Valley

This small wooded holiday park holds the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation. It is situated in an elevated position above Coniston Water with views of the Old Man of Coniston and surrounding fells. Ideal base for touring the lakes with all main attractions within easy reach. Laundry* and drying* room available for all dates. *Charges apply..

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Accommodation at Crake Valley

Coniston Caravan - sleeps 4
Caravan with one double and one twin. Weekly prices range from £225 to £475. To find out more about this accommodation please click here>

Peak Lodge - sleeps 4
Spacious 12ft-wide timber clad holiday home with one double and one twin. Weekly prices range from £360 to £599. To find out more about this accommodation please click here>

Windermere Caravan - sleeps 6
Caravan with one double and two twin. Weekly prices range from £225 to £475. To find out more about this accommodation please click here>

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Facilities at Crake Valley

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Sat Nav co-ordinates

Latitude: 54.29869843

Longtitude: -3.095779896

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Reviews of

Crake Valley has had 52 reviews. See some of the comments below. The average rating score is 4 out of 5.

Customer review scores out of 5

"For a relaxing holiday in the wonderful Lake District Crake Valley was the ideal location. "
Mr K, 09 May 2008
"This is the place to get away from it all beautiful location on Blawith Moor secluded and quiet. "
Mrs S, 20 October 2008
"Location and the lakes on your door step. "
Miss C, 20 September 2008
"Just yards from Conniston Water it was idyllic and quiet. The park was clean tidy and well-maintained. The owners have thought of everything to make your holiday an enjoyable experience."
Mrs D, 11 November 2009
"The caravans were very modern and well equipped there were good walks close by and no where was too far away to travel to - we had a lovely break!"
Mrs T, 13 July 2007
"The accommodation was very comfortable - a home from home. If you want to get away from it all then this is the place to go. "
Mrs S, 16 March 2009
"We had a great few days and enjoyed it very much. It was quite and convenient for all the places we wished to visit. Yes I would recommend. "
Mrs P, 14 July 2008
"A great base and the setting is lovely. Just watch out if there are more than two of you or you have kids if the weather is cold."
Mrs J, 01 November 2008
"Seclude small site ideal for walking or cycling"
Mr B, 21 July 2009
"Waters yeat is a quiet park but with the closeness to all of what is requierd for a good holidaynice walkslakes and beaches. "
Mr G, 13 September 2008
"A beautiful quiet well kept park and the owners couldn't have been more helpful and friendly."
Mr H, 11 August 2009
"Located with good scenic road access to the north/south lakes and nearby villages for provisions pub meals (Farmers Arms is excellent). A small secluded and quiet park which offers full amenities i.e. freezer/washing machine facilities and fully equipped and spotless caravans and a real bonus to find a DVD player! A friendly and helpful staff team and literally a 10 minite walk to lakeshore for day/evening walking (permitted pathways) and a daytime boat connection to the north lake end. Basically if you are looking for a 'back to nature' base to explore lakeland this caravan park offers everything. I am definitely going to use this park from now on for ALL my lakeland visits!"
Mr B, 17 June 2009
"Fantastic location clean quiet and very well maintained. A wonderful place for an away from it all break!"
Mr J, 26 August 2006
"A fantastic clean and quiet park with great scenery all around and in a lovely location."
Mrs B, 21 September 2009
"If you are looking for a peaceful and tranquil place then Crake Valley is the place to be. There are some beautiful walks in the surrounding area even just having a day relaxing in the wonderful well equipped caravan is the perfect relaxation tonic. If you fancy a night off from cooking then there is a great country pub at the cross roads in Torver where you can get a hearty meal at a reasonable price and the atmosphere is very warm welcoming and friendly - well recommended!!"
Mrs M, 17 November 2009
"An excellent base for exploring Conniston - superb views and very relaxing. "
Mrs M, 24 March 2008
"A lovely park immaculately kept with very clean accommodation. "
Mrs M, 16 September 2009
"This park is an ideal base for hillwakers and mountaineers in the Lake District with easy access to all areas."
Mr C, 19 November 2009
Ms C, 11 July 2009
"Excellent location value for money lots to see and do. "
Mr A, 17 June 2006
"Fantastic location in a secluded spot ideal for reaching the central areas of the Lake District. Great value especially for off season weekends! "
Mr P, 26 March 2007
"A lovely park and scenery with friendly staff."
Mrs. C, 28 June 2009
"Well equipped accommodation in a very beautiful and tranquil setting. The site is peaceful and offered us a great base for exploring the local area of Coniston and with easy access to routes further afield in this lovely part of the Lake District. We all loved the balcony with our ever changing view of The Old Man of Coniston and surrounding fells. We would definitely stay at this site again as it suited our needs for a relaxing and peaceful week away."
Mrs T, 31 August 2009
"A great location for the Southern Fells the park is well kept and with very friendly hosts and it is good value for money."
Mr E, 14 September 2009
"We have just returned from a holiday at Crake Valley. First impressions was a lovely clean park and well presented. The caravans are home from home again very clean with everything provided. The caravans and lodges have ample space between them giving plenty of privacy and the owners are very welcoming and helpful. Situated in a lovely spot looking down on Coniston water great walks from the park and in a good spot to visit other areas within the Lake District."
Mrs J, 16 June 2009
"The park was small quiet and well cared for. We were able to walk to Coniston Waters in a few minutes and had some glorious views all around. We were easily able to reach Windermere Grizedale Forest and Keswick and spent time enjoying the whole area - we would come again!"
Ms S, 01 September 2007
"The park is in a good location for exploring the Lake District."
MR P, 20 September 2009
"A wonderful week staff were so helpful caravan in excellent order plenty of space between each one. The site is so central to everything sight seeingbeachcountry walks and restaurants. "
Ms C, 21 June 2008
"Excellent little site lodge was really comfortable. People who own/run site are very helpfull and really nice people. Site was nice and quiet -dog friendly(thats why we went) No shop on site though and nearest shop is a car journey away(Coniston) We would go again Roy Debbie and Alfie the Jack Russell Terrier "
Mr H, 12 July 2008
"A great park and very well located to do the southern end of the central fells or to see some of the south lakes. "
Mr C, 23 March 2009
"A great location and a quiet well maintained park - just what we were looking for."
Mr T, 26 June 2009
"A small and quiet park for people who want to get away from the rat race and enjoy the fantastic surroundings."
Mr C, 16 August 2009
"The loveliest quietest most peaceful site in beautiful surroundings. "
Miss B, 19 July 2008
"Based in a quiet location and not overcrowded. Pleasant helpful owners we thoroughly enjoyed the whole holiday and hope to return next year! "
Mrs B, 02 September 2006
"Clean tidy and well maintained in a quiet and peaceful location."
Dr R, 26 August 2009
"This park is excellent very clean and very helpfull staff. Beautifully located and peaceful we had a fabulous holiday."
Mr S, 21 April 2008
"You couldn't fault the park. In a very good location ideal for walkers or just for a chill out holiday. Peace and quiet. Will be booking again next year."
Mrs J, 13 November 2009
"A beautiful location and a very peaceful site just what we were looking for. "
Mr S, 09 August 2008
"Lovely peaceful location. "
Mrs S, 13 October 2008
"A very pretty attractive and clean and tidy park."
Mr K, 07 July 2009
"I would recommend this park to those looking for a peaceful break but in a convenient location."
Mrs W, 02 May 2008
"This is a delightful park set in wonderful country surroundings. The couple who run the park are a delight too - I highly endorse this holiday! "
Mr S, 28 April 2007
"This was a great location for touring the lakes and the West coast of Cumbria and a perfect half way stop for the Highlands of Scotland!"
Mr P, 21 March 2008
"A superb location. Very relaxing stay with easy access to places of interest. Excellent accommodation. "
Miss H, 14 June 2008
"We had the most wonderful holiday with no problems or hassle have booked again for august and we cant wait!"
Mrs Q, 04 July 2008
"The location site and facilities of this site are wonderful. We will continue to visit here as we know that we will have an excellent time and I have no hesitation in recommending this site to others. "
Mrs R, 11 July 2008
"An excellent base for exploring around Lake Coniston and Grizedale forest. "
Mrs W, 07 April 2007

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Crake Valley in North West England

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