Moorside Glamping Pods are situated off the A595 on the picturesque West Coast of Cumbria on the edge of the Lake District between Millom and Gosforth. We are on the edge of the fells with easy access to Eskdale, Wasdale, The Lake DIsrtrict and the Cumbrian Fells.
There are many tourist attractions in the local area which include Muncaster Castle, The Ratty Railway and historic sites such as the Roman Bath House in Ravenglass and Roman Fort on Hardknot Pass. This is the ideal location for walkers, equestrians and cyclists to enjoy the vistas of Cumbria.
The Pods are set on our 170 acre working Cumbrian farm where are raise Aberdeen Angus Cattle and have a small equine livery yard. With fabulous views of the coast and the dramatic fells and lots to do in the local area making this an ideal location for a family holiday.
We have 6 pods in total, each pods sleeps 4/5. All pods have their own shower, toilet and sink room, basic cooking facilities, fridge freezer, under floor heating, dining area, outdoor seating, TV, sofa bed and a double bed. Three of our pods also have an additional bunk bed. There is plenty of parking and outdoor areas for each pod.
Well behaved pets are welcome however we request that pets are not left alone inside the pods. We also have stabling and paddocks available at extra cost if you would like to fetch your horse on holiday. For more information please contact us directly.
Muncaster Castle is a privately owned castle overlooking the River Esk, about a mile east of the west-coastal town of Ravenglass in Cumbria, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway is a 15 in minimum gauge heritage railway in Cumbria, England. The 7 miles line runs from Ravenglass to Dalegarth Station near Boot in the valley of Eskdale, in the Lake District.
Murthwaite Green is a small, family run business which has been operating since 2002. They are located in the picturesque village of Silecroft, only 1 mile from the beach. With 7 miles of sandy beach and the surrounding fells, they offer some of the most stunning riding in the UK.
Ravenglass Roman Bath House is a ruined ancient Roman bath house at Ravenglass, Cumbria, England. Belonging to a 2nd-century Roman fort and naval base, the bath house is described by Matthew Hyde in his update to the Pevsner Guide to Cumbria as "an astonishing survival".
Hardknott Roman Fort is an archeological site, the remains of the Roman fort Mediobogdum, located on the western side of the Hardknott Pass in the English county of Cumbria.
Stanley Ghyll Force is a 60 foot high waterfall in a dramatic deep and narrow gorge, where rhododendrons on high ledges and precipices give an almost oriental feel to the area.
The Brown Cow Inn is a warm and welcoming country pub serving good-food and a wide range of local real ales from Coniston and Beckstones brewery. They are also vegan & vegetarian friendly.
The home of the Traditional Cumberland Sausage! The Woodall family have been producing Hams, Bacon and Sausages for eight generations in Waberthwaite, Cumbria. Experience the unique taste of Cumbria from RB Woodall.
Bookings will only be accepted from customers over the age of 18. You can make bookings online line using Glampsites uk or directly to us via telephone or email. Please check your booking details carefully as Moorside Glamping cannot be held responsible for errors in information provided at the time of booking. Bookings are not transferable to another party. When making a booking you agree to our terms and conditions for all persons in your party and are responsible for any loss or damage caused by any member of your party or animal accompanying you. Stag, hen or similar parties are welcome at the sole discretion of the site manager. Please advise the nature of your group at time of booking. A non-refundable deposit bond of 30% is payable upon booking and remaining payment due 6 weeks before booked date. Payments not received 6 weeks before booked date will be deemed cancelled and any deposits are non-refundable. Moorside Glamping accepts cash and BACs and cheque payment. Subject to availability late bookings maybe taken during any season and bookings can also be made directly on arrival onsite and not booked in advance. Please note that for these bookings payments by cheque is not accepted. No refunds will be given within the six week period before booking. Moorside Glamping has no minimum booking and prices are based on a nightly rate per pod.
There is a strict quiet period between 10.30pm and 8am. We expect glampers to respect others and we reserve the right to ask any customers whose conduct is in any way detrimental to other people or animals to leave without refund. The number of people staying in any pod must not exceed the maximum allowed. Children are the responsibility of their parent/guardian and must be respectful of other glampers and follow site rules. There is a strict no smoking or vaping inside the pods. No balloons, water balloons, flying drones, fireworks, Chinese lanterns, campfires or generators are permitted on site. Vehicles are not allowed on the grassed areas. Please use the litter bins provided and dispose of cigarette butts in the smoking bins provided.
Customers are required to report to the farmhouse upon arrival to collect keys. Pods are available from 3pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 10am on day of departure. Please email Moorside Glamping or telephone to organise late arrivals after 8pm. On departure please use the laminated list to check all equipment in the pod is present and report and breakages or missing equipment to site manager. All equipment is checked prior to arrival. Please leave your Pod tidy, any damage or extra cleaning will be charged for. If a customer chooses to leave site early for any reason fees payed will be non-refundable.
Picture from our first open day