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Escape to Holker Estate Holiday Parks

PUBLISHED: 18:12 17 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:43 19 April 2017

Holker Estate Holiday Parks

Holker Estate Holiday Parks

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Looking to invest in a holiday home? Try the historic Holker Estate in Cumbria and escape the city with a holiday caravan or lodge near the breathtaking hills of the Lake District.

Deer on the Holker EstateDeer on the Holker Estate

We all dream of getting away from it – the daily grind. Our busy lives often leave little time for the important things such as enjoying precious days out with family, indulging in a hobby or taking quiet moments to admire a beautiful view or read a book.

Owning your own holiday home means being able to escape it all whenever you choose. This may sound like a fantasy, but the reality awaits you on the glorious family-owned Holker Estate.

Tucked away in stunning South Cumbria locations, the Holker Estate’s two Holiday Parks offer true escapism without compromising on accessibility. They are far enough away from the throngs of tourists but just a short drive from some of the Lake Districts best loved attractions, enabling holiday home owners to enjoy the pleasures of rural living throughout the seasons, with cycling and walking paths to explore, lakes to fish or sail, farmer’s markets to browse and fare to sample at the many local pubs and restaurants. Residents at Holker’s Holiday Parks also enjoy discount privileges at nearby historic Holker Hall & Gardens and Cartmel Races.

If being amongst nature and wildlife is an appealing thought, you won’t be far from heaven at Holker. The parks and surrounding areas are home to a wonderful array of wildlife, from red squirrels and barn owls to deer and rare birds of prey. This summer, a pair of Ospreys returned for a fifth year to the Roudsea Mosses Nature Reserve which borders Old Park Wood Holiday Park. The birds and their offspring can be seen at the nest site and hunting for fish across the Leven Estuary.

On the parks themselves, you will find spaciously laid out caravans and lodges which enjoy some of the region’s loveliest views and sunsets, as well as a host of modern facilities such as heated swimming pools and WIFI.

To buy into a slice of this Lake District life, call the Holker Estate Holiday Parks team today on 015395 58266.

www.holker.co.uk/holker-estate/holker-holiday-parks

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