Many regard Ullswater as the most beautiful of the English Lakes, it is a typical Lake District narrow ‘ribbon lake’. Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery to its south, softening to the gentle hills of the north. The lake is the second largest in England at seven and a half miles long, but is less than a mile across.

The village of Pooley Bridge is at the northern extremity of the lake and is just one mile from Park Foot Holiday Park and their exclusive ‘Ullswater Banks’ development. Located in an elevated position within the park these ten brand new bespoke lodges, each have an increased pitch area and lovely views of the lake and surrounding fells. Owners have a choice of four bespoke designs, each designed to suit the lay of the land, making the most of the stunning views and peaceful location. Available and on-site in Spring 2022, but ready to buy now, with some options to have your own input on colours and interiors.



The price for a luxury lodge start at £188,000, plots and services for the lodges including broadband are already in place. The lodges are available to buy in advance of them arriving at the park in the Spring. Buyers enter into a 50-year agreement with the park to keep the lodge on-site and pay an annual ground rent of £6000.

“That entitles owners to come and go as much as they want to in that time,” says Fiona Bell, who manages the park alongside her family.

“We are registered with the British Holiday and Home Parks Association and adhere to their code of conduct.”

A £10,000 deposit is required to secure a plot on the site.

Park Foot is a family run camping and caravan park, set in magnificent scenery, the park also accommodates touring caravans, tents and motorhomes. Ullswater’s attractions include the steamers which offer day trips around the Lake calling at Pooley Bridge, Glenridding and Howtown. The village of Glenridding, situated at the southern tip of the lake is popular with tourists of all kinds but particularly mountain walkers who use the village as a base to scale Helvellyn (England’s 3rd highest peak) amongst other challenging ascents.

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