Covid 19 – Update


From 14 October 2020, different areas in England, have different rules depending on their categorisation as ‘Medium’, ‘High’ or ‘Very high’ under the new three-tier system.

The government has published guidance for travel on each area, which includes information that individuals are advised against travelling to/from areas of a greater risk. Find out more here.

If you are in a T3 area please refrain from booking.  If you are in T3 and already have a booking can you please contact us.

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Covid 19 – Update QR Code


There is a QR Code outside Reception and around the park, please “Check In”

Social Distancing must be maintained at all times.

Gatherings of no more than six people are permitted, failure to comply will result in you being asked to leave the site.

Children must be kept under control and not allowed to run freely amongst the pitches and pods.

T- Cards must be used and face coverings must be worn when using the facilities building.

Please help control the spread.

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Pooley Bridge – Update – 03.09.2020



  • Temporary footbridge at Pooley Bridge closes for good on Mon 7 September
  • It will be removed totally between Mon 7-Sat 12 September
  • Please note – during this time, the temporary car park at Waterfoot will only be open to Ullswater Steamers’ ticket holders to park
  • After the 12 September, one pavement across Pooley New Bridge will open for pedestrian access


  • From Mon 7 – Sat 12 September, Ullswater Steamer ticket holders can access shuttle buses connecting the Steamer Pier to Pooley Bridge and vice versa – they can ONLY use the shuttle on the day of their boat cruise
  • PIER HOUSE SIDE: The bus leaves 15 minutes after the boat lands at the pier. Passengers will have to walk ten minutes from the pier house to the temp car park opposite Waterfoot.
  • POOLEY BRIDGE VILLAGE SIDE: The bus will depart from the village by the church.
  • The dwell time now in the village is approx. 1 hour 30 minutes