The beautiful countryside around Bowland Fell Park makes this holiday park the perfect destination for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife spotting. It's close to the Yorkshire Dales and just 30 miles from the Lake District so there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities and for taking in some wonderful views.
With an indoor heated swimming pool, a children's play area and a lovely bar and restaurant, the park is also within easy reach of numerous attractions, such as Bolton Abbey and the picturesque market towns of Skipton and Leyburn. There are plenty of places to eat, drink and be merry - the Thirteen Café Bar in Settle offers a great choice of beers, including Czech Budvar!
Choose from a two or three bedroomed caravan - we like the brand new Lifestyle Gold which sleeps up to four people with one double and one twin bedroom. It's centrally heated, double glazed and has a good sized verandah complete with garden furniture.
For a great day out nearby, Harrogate still has its Victorian Turkish Baths where you can indulge in some spa treatments before popping for tea at Betty's Café Tea Rooms.
Our Top Tip
"Check out the fantastic wave machine and the roof high water slide at Pendle Wavelengths in Nelson, and see the deer, llamas and goats at Bowland Wild Boar Park in Preston."
- Indoor heated pool *
- Bar and restaurant
- Wi-Fi access
- Children’s play areas
- Recreation field
- Launderette *
- All facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- A choice of two and three bedroom caravans.
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Double glazed (except Vista Bronze)
- Garden furniture
- Gas and electricity included
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Highchairs £10pw each
- Pets £30pw each (max 2)
- (small breeds only)
- (in specific caravans only)
- All non smoking accommodation
Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Central heating. Decking. No pets.
Superior 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Central heating. Some with verandah - please check when booking.
Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Central heating. Some with verandah - please check when booking.
Superior 12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Central heating. No pets.
Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Heating in bedrooms.
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The caravan was clean, comfortable, and well kitted out. The lighting was a little too dim for our tastes, but that is down to the individual owners of the units.
vey relaxing holiday
Seemed like a new caravan , really comfortable & modern.
Date of stay: 11th August 2017
Accommodation type: Vista Silver
Only problem was the door on the bathroom stuck and had to rescue the children and my husband a few times, this has been reported at reception, other than that a comfortable and clean caravan brilliant for the family.
The 'van was well situated with a very nice decking area, complete with a table and four chairs. One thing I think it lacked, but it's the same with most 'vans, nowhere to hang things! i.e. no hooks on doors, no hooks in the bathroom! Just a minor gripe. Overall, very nice.
A good holiday in a good location for the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Clean warm and comfortable.
Lovely caravan, clean & modern.
Date of stay: 22nd August 2016
Accommodation type: Vista Gold
Would have preferred a more usable space outside the caravan.
We stayed in a fantastic caravan. The staff were so friendly, nothing was too much trouble. There's a great selection of drinks in the Crow Trees on site pub and the food was excellent, both being very reasonably priced. The on site shop was very well stocked and again, very resonably priced. We enjoyed the swimming pool and the zip wire, and it's nice to have a pool table on site in the games room. As we took our Labrador dog with us it was great to see the two very large fields attached to the site in which our dog could have a great run.
All in all a great experience and we would come back again !
Great work guys.
A great spot from which to explore the West Yorkshire dales and the Trough of Bowland. Very helpful and friendly staff on site and in the excellent pub/restaurant.
We have never stayed at a more relaxing park. In the middle of nowhere, (literally), quiet, apart from the sound of the wildlife, but with all the facilities needed for a getaway holiday. Pub, farm shop, games room, swimming pool, and launderette on site. Comfortable caravans, play areas for children within the park itself. Settle, Skipton, the Forest of Bowland and the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District all within easy reach, making it an ideal base for exploring.
Had a lovely stay with family. Friendly and quiet site with a nice country restaurant/pub on site, much better that a typical club house set up. Our caravan was a silver lifestyle and we were impressed with the quality and cleanliness, particularly as it was pet friendly. Lots of interesting places a short drive away, waterfalls and caves nearby.
Lovely site, great facilities, only wish the pool had been open for longer so we could have enjoyed it more!
Beautiful rural setting. Roads are very narrow so took a while to get to all the nice places nearby, but the site was incredibly peaceful and relaxing.
The park was perfect & it was the first time we had brought a pet & it was fantastic for pets so it didn't restrict us going the pub or for walks.
The shop , pub and restaurant were so lovely & the staff.
The only issue we had was the pub & restaurant did not we've food on our first two nights & there wasn't anywhere local either.
The site is some way from the main road and an indication of the time on access roads would be useful.
The caravan was well equipped but needed some close season attention to the cooker and the access stair. Like many similar units the lighting was inadequate for reading after dark and layout of sockets unsuitable for plugging in a supplementary light.
The staff were very helpful in coping with our misadventure with a flat car battery .
Restaurant was excellent
I loved the holiday the site was clean, handy shop, nice food at the restaurant, and helpful staff, the only little thing was having to pay extra for the swimming pool as usually entertainment passes are included in the price, however for a family run site this is understandable, location is great for Skipton, Ingleton, Malham cove etc
Staff are fantastic and the kids loved the games room and parks.
The pub was great as on site so within walking distance, would definitely recommend.
A great little site with very friendly staff. Location very good for the surrounding attractions while still being just a little bit off the beaten track. The pub on site is great and the food was nice to.