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This Cumbrian coast caravan park, Willow Tree Holiday Park, is centrally located on the Cartmel Peninsula, set between the Lake District fells and Morecambe Bay. Situated on the quiet outskirts of the delightful Flookburgh village, which is home to many quaint whitewashed cottages and houses with splendid views across the bay.

The delightful Lake District caravan park of Willow Tree is less than 10 minutes from the delightful Edwardian seaside resort of Grange-over-Sands, which boasts ornamental gardens, golf courses and a delightful promenade of shops.

Here you will also be a short drive from the home of Sticky Toffee Pudding in Cartmel, allowing you to indulge in the history of one of the nation's favourite desserts. The stunning village of Cartmel is a vibrant historic area that is packed with modern surprises in the form of fine quality attractions, shops and eateries. Offering stunning views of the South Lakeland District fells and surrounding countryside.

A picturesque drive north from the Cumbrian coast caravan park will take you to the ancient Roudsea Wood and Mosses National Nature Reserve, home to both the red squirrels and otters. You are no more than a 10 minutes drive from the Lake District boarders and within easy distance to the largest lake in the UK, Windermere, a hive of adventure and outdoor pursuits.

Willow Tree Holiday Park is the ideal location for owners who enjoy both the adventure of the great outdoors and a desire to take things a little slower. No matter how our residents spend their holiday here, they will all agree that their holiday home is situated in one of the most tranquil static caravan parks in the Lakes and only a short distance from the major towns and cities across Cumbria, you can be just an hour away from your next holiday.

For more information and homes for sale at our static caravan park in the Lakes call us on 01539 558114.

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Important information

for Daly Park owners

As you know the Prime Minister declared a National Emergency last night and the government has put in place severe restrictions on travel outside your home and have put in place measures to aid this. Among these measures is the closure of caravan parks many of the parks in the area have closed already such as Holgates, Beetham, Lake District Estates and Holker Group Parks among a few.

Therefore in accordance with the government directive we have to close our parks effective immediately and remain closed until such time the government tells us we can reopen. If you are on the park already we ask that you leave the park by 4pm Tuesday the 24th March 2020. Anyone at home must not come to the park until we have been advised by the government that you can return. No visits are permitted during this closure.

None of us in our lifetime have had to face anything the like of what is happening in not only our country but around the world and it is our social responsibility to consider our part in the spread of this virus and on the strain on the local communities we are a part of. We all need to play our part in stopping this deadly virus and protect our families, loved ones, friends and communities.

For more information on the government closures of caravan parks the link is below and can be found in the section Closing Non-essential Shops And Public Spaces where the directive lists the closure of hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, caravan parks and boarding houses.

We ask all our owners to keep safe along with their families and we will be here waiting to welcome you back once we are through this challenging time our country is undergoing.

Best wishes and stay safe - Hugh Daly

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