Glamping Cabin

UK England North West England Cumbria Pooley Bridge The Quiet Site

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • In room Wifi
A large cosy cabin sleeping two people in maximum comfort, with incredible views by day and a star-gazing window in the roof by night.

The Owner Says

The Glamping Cabin is a large, well-insulated home from home that's warm and cosy in winter but cool in the summer season. The cabin includes a sprung double bed (gorgeous cotton bedding, duvet and pillows included) and an en-suite shower and toilet room (towels included). There's a compact kitchen area, with a microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle and utensils, while, outside, the covered outside viewing deck has a picnic table and deck chairs. Mod cons include underfloor heating throughout, WiFi, a TV in the spacious living area and numerous electrical points and USB charging sockets. Views down the valley to Ullswater are fantastic and, by night, there's even a star-gazing window in the roof!

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About The Quiet Site

Suitable For

Tents, glampers, caravans, campervans, small motorhomes, dogs – yes. Large groups (unless pre-arranged) – no.

Nearby

You'll be given a sheet with some advice on local walks when you arrive at the campsite and there's plenty of local tourist information at reception. In particular, the eight-mile walk from The Quiet Site to Aira Force Waterfalls is highly recommended and constantly tops the rankings for visitors' favourite day out. On a rainy day the drive takes 10 minutes. For the real headline hikes, Helvellyn and Blencathra are two of the most famous climbs in the Lake District and both within easy reach – both hikes have steep spines if you want to get the pulse racing. If you'd prefer to explore by bike, a local bike hire company delivers to The Quiet Site (£25 per day or £40 for Ebikes). Prices include helmet, lock, pump and repair kit and as long as you give at least 24hrs notice, delivery to the campsite is free. No trip to this part of the Lakes can end without catching the Ullswater Steamer; 10% discount vouchers are available from the campsite reception for the cruise around the lake, which you can join at Glenridding or Pooley Bridge. If you go from Glenridding, jump off at Howtown and take the gorgeous walk back (dogs welcome). History bods may also want to explore nearby Dalemain House (01768 486450); don’t forget to visit the lovely tea rooms.

Food & Drink

The on-site pub really is one of the best we have come across in the UK. They serve a variety of local ales (including their own brew) but no food. But if you’re after some dinner then head to the Brackenrigg Inn (01768 486206) overlooking Ullswater for above-average grub with a change of scenery. On the shores of Lake Ullswater, the Sharrow Bay Hotel (01768 486301) has a Michelin-starred restaurant. You can do lunch or dinner but they’re famous for afternoon teas.

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Location

The Quiet Site is located at Watermillock, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0LS

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Getting There

On the A66 to Keswick, take the A592 toward Glenridding, turning right at the Brackenrigg Inn. The site is 1¼ mile on your right.

At Penrith board a 508 Stagecoach bus toward Glenridding. Get off outside the Brackenrigg Inn and follow the lane that runs beside the inn, the site is 1¼ mile further along on your right. The campsite can arrange free pick-up from the bus stop.