Nigel Donnelly

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Holgates’ Hollins Farm campsite has long been a great place for peaceful weekends in the pretty North West.

Acres of space to explore and spectacular sea views make the site near Carnforth, a perfect spot for a caravan break. For 2012 however, the site gets a completely new amenity block, to make the site facilities as impressive as the surrounding landscape.

Holgates’ Hollins Farm campsite has long been a great place for peaceful weekends in the pretty North West.

 

Acres of space to explore and spectacular sea views make the site near Carnforth, a perfect spot for a caravan break. For 2012 however, the site gets a completely new amenity block, to make the site facilities as impressive as the surrounding landscape.

 

The site’s new facilities block is built in local stone and provides visitors with top-notch toilet and shower facilities and high quality home comforts such as underfloor heating and a launderette. For entertaining, it has a games room and a TV lounge; great if you want watch something different from the rest of the family.

 

Hollins WebsiteHollins Farm website offers online booking and availability checking

 

Holgates’ Managing Director Michael Holgate hopes the investment in the site will bring new visitors in 2012. He says: “The Great British camping trip is an institution and what better year than this to experience it first hand? Camping is a truly unique experience that guarantees amazing memories, whether it’s the magic of sleeping outdoors for children, experiencing adventure pursuits with friends or simply relaxing with a spouse and soaking up the outstanding scenery, there’s something for everyone.”

 

Full serviced pitches at Hollins Farm cost from £34 per night for a family of four and includes the use of the facilities at the group's Silverdale site, which is within a five minute walk.

 

For more details, visit the Hollins Farm website or see its listing on Caravan Sitefinder.

 

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