Dandy Dinmont Caravan and Camping Park
A quiet Countryside Park situated 1.5 miles N of M6 (J44) on right of Galashiels road at Blackford.
Ideal for overnight halt or as a base for visiting historic Carlisle, Scottish Borders or Roman Hadrian's Wall. Lake District only a short drive away. Beside the Reivers cycle route.
A conveniently located country park only a few minutes from the M6 (J44). Set in lush green countryside in a safe, peaceful and quiet setting.
Ideal location for that overnight break on your travels North to Scotland or as a base for touring Hadrian's Wall Country. Close to the Historical City of Carlisle, the Northern Lakes and the Scottish Borders, with nearby golf, salmon and trout fishing, horse riding, level country walks and historical houses and gardens.
Most of the visitors to this peaceful retreat come as strangers and leave as friends, only to return on a regular basis, assured in the knowledge that the site is expertly tendered by Barbara and Murray Inglis, who have been operating the site for over 30 years.
It's the little things that make all the difference, attention to detail, the real Cumbrian welcome and the beautifully cared for gardens.
The site is renowned for its cleanliness and hygiene and Barbara and Murray ensure that this reputation is honoured and maintained.
* Easy wide access to level parking area
* Hard or grass standing for touring vans
* Separate sheltered tent area
* Electric Hook ups
* Lashings of hot water to relax those weary bones
* Hot showers
* Razor points
* Laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer
* Chemical toilet disposal
* Ideal overnight halt - only 2 miles away from M6 Junction
Hadrian's Wall, The Debatable Lands, The Reivers, Border Castles, The Lake District, Walking, Cycling, Bird Watching, Salmon and Trout Fishing. In fact the experience of this area is boundless.
Carlisle City - A historical borough of Northwest England near the Scottish border.
Mary Queen of Scots was Carlisle's 11th-century castle from May to July 1568.
Known in the borderlands as 'Carel', was frequently raided by the Scots throughout its stormy early history, and was last captured during the Jacobite rising of 1745, 250 years ago by Bonnie Prince Charlie. It was once a Roman camp, Luguvalium, the wall of which still runs north of the city.
Carlisle is a shopper's paradise where well known national chains rub shoulders with the very best of home grown talent. The award winning 'Lanes' is a modern shopping centre and sited on the medieval lanes that once crossed the heart of the city.smrtovnice
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This page was last updated: 06 November 2012