Solway Holiday Village

Address: Skinburness Drive, Silloth, Cumbria, England, CA7 4QQ, United Kingdom | Campground
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This campground, located on Skinburness Drive, Silloth, is near Lavenham.
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    Travel Blogs from Silloth

    The Lake and the Wall

    A travel blog entry by sarah.mansergh on Oct 09, 2014

    18 photos

    Family!!!! Cousin reunion #2.

    We persuaded Kate to join us on the trip up north to see Charmian and her 2 girls-Gwen and Freya-and Phillip. So it was that half of the Potters and half of the Manserghs all got to enjoy the boisterous commentary of the girls while we caught up over a traditional English roast dinner (yorkshire ...

    6 days completed, shortest & easiest today!

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 15, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... walked. It was exactly 13 kms and we had a wonderful walk over many fields, over stiles and through gates, undulating but nothing too steep or difficult. Walking on the springy grass was heaven! We got into step with Eulah, the Canadian (her 80th birthday is in December) who decided she couldn't not walk with her blistered toe any longer! She is tough and walks well and we had a good time with her, and will walk ...

    Day 12: Ingleby Arncliffe to Clay Bank Top. Friday

    A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 12, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... enjoying aeroplane type views to our north. Despite a fair bit of up and down, it was an enjoyable walk through Huthwaite Green to Live Moor which was alive with grouse! We had a break on Carlton Moor to eat lunch and then forged on to The Lord Stones Cafe for hot chocolate, cake and scones. This cafe is partly earth covered and fourteen years ago, we only found it because of the spooky glow from the windows reflecting in the fog. This time in clearer weather it was easy ...

    Day 11: Richmond to Ingleby Cross. Thurs 11/9/14.

    A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 12, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Without a doubt this was our "hell day" where we walked thirty-six kilometres between 0830hr and about 1830hr. So all in all it was ten hours of hell. Ten hours of fatigue, sore feet, blisters, thirst and shin splints. We decided the Vale of Mowbray was the Vale of Tears! Leaving Richmond was ok as we followed the Swale to Brompton-on-Swale, then discovered the footpath was closed and that we had a couple of extra kilometres to walk past Catterick ...

    Day 10: Richmond rest day. Wed 10/9/14.

    A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 12, 2014

    5 photos

    Despite sore legs and conjunctivitis we went exploring Richmond. Really enjoyed the tour of the Georgian Theatre which was very small but is apparently the oldest in the UK. Going backstage and under the stage was interesting and whereas now it's limited to two hundred odd people, in the day they would have over four hundred people squeezed in there, which was hard to imagine. Had some nice Eccles ...