Staying on site
Accommodation is in a wide range of units, including cottages and apartments, as well as caravans and camping choices. The comprehensive online brochure is the best place to start choosing your perfect angling escape.
With two restaurants and a family pub on site, there is no need to go hungry. Load up with a breakfast before heading to the lakes, and relax with a post-fishing pint and a steak supper, fish and chips or one of the many more delicious meals on offer.
Entertainment includes heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a sauna, a gymnasium, a kids’ club and activity area, and night-time music. Regular themed events also take place throughout the year, including music weekends, classic car rallies and much more.
Fishing permit prices
Fishing permits are required by all guests, and are available for a day, three days or a week, for one or two rods. Concessions are offered to disabled anglers, over-65s and under-16s.
Day ticket prices are £7.50; £6.50 concessions. Evening ticket (after 3pm) £5.50/ £4.50. Three-day ticket £19.50/ £15.50; Seven-day ticket £35/£30. Juniors under the age of 12 fish for free. Fishing is from dawn to dusk only. During every school holiday there is coaching available for kids, run by an Angling Trust-certified coach.
From luxury caravans to beautiful country cottages, there is a style of accommodation to make any visitor smile.