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Lake District camping pods

Ok, we admit it. Sometimes it rains in the Lake District and if you have not got quite the right equipment, camping can be a soggy affair. By staying in one of our pods, you can avoid the 'hassle' of pitching a tent and ensure that your loved ones and your gear stay dry.

In fact, if it's wet outside, you can simply enjoy the relaxing sounds of raindrops on the roof knowing that you will be warm and cosy regardless. All our pods are located in lovely surroundings so whether you prefer to be by the lake, in the woods, near a beck or at the foot of the Lakeland fells, you'll have a truly comfortable stay.

Pods at Great Langdale Campsite, Lake District

Great Langdale 

Located at the head of Great Langdale valley, nestled below the towering Langdale Pikes, Great Langdale Campsite is surrounded by some of the best walking and climbing routes in the Lake District. It’s an ideal base for those looking for outdoor adventure and is open all year round.

The view of Scafell from a plus pod at Wasdale Campsite, Lake District


The campsite is situated in the remote western valley of Wasdale between Wastwater and Wasdale Head. There is direct access to the paths leading up the highest mountains in the lakes, including England’s highest one, Scafell Pike.

Lake field pods at Low Wray Campsite, Cumbria

Low Wray 

Low Wray campsite nestles on the western shoreline of Lake Windermere next to Wray Castle and close to the villages of Hawkshead and Ambleside. It’s an excellent base for families with direct access to the lakeshore for water-based activities and is in close proximity to the many attractions of the central Lake District.

Sunset over Rhossili Bay on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales

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