Awards for Woodclose Caravan Park - Touring

Lake District Foundation

The Lake District Foundation is a local charity that supports projects that care for the landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Lake District and Cumbria. The Lake District Foundation logo shows that this business is committed to fundraising for the Lake District Foundation and is helping to support a prosperous economy, world-class visitor experiences and vibrant communities of the area. The Lake District Foundation a charity registered in England and Wales with the charity number 1174201, and is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.

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VisitEngland 5 Star Holiday, Touring & Camping Park

All the national assessing bodies (VisitEngland*, VisitScotland, Visit Wales and the AA) now assess hotels and guest accommodation (including B&Bs) to the same criteria and award one to five stars. The star ratings reflect the overall quality of the experience. When choosing your accommodation look for the Quality Rose, the official marque of the Enjoy England national tourist board rating scheme.

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AA 5 Pennant Holiday, Touring & Camping Park

AA parks are classified on a 5-point scale according to their style and the range of facilities they offer. As the number of pennants increases, so the quality and variety of facilities is generally greater.

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Cumbria Tourism Awards Winner

The Cumbria Tourism Awards celebrate the best of Cumbria's tourism businesses and the talented individuals behind them.

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Member of Cumbria Tourism

Cumbria Tourism is a membership organisation with over 2,600 members from the tourism industry, committed to developing, promoting and managing tourism in the county.

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David Bellamy Conservation Award Gold

David Bellamy Conservation Awards are made each year to parks which can demonstrate policies showing active concern for the environment. Assisted by local nature groups and holidaymakers themselves, David Bellamy looks at virtually every aspect of park management - from the protection of plant and animal habitats to the efficient use of energy and recycling. Helping visitors to understand conservation is also considered an important qualifying feature. Three levels of excellence can be achieved : Gold, Silver and Bronze.

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Self-assessed Accessibility Information

Self-assessed Accessibility Information provides a list of available facilities and services, highlighted as being of key importance by disabled people.  Along with Access Statements, which provide a fuller written description of accessibility, it can help people with access needs make an informed choice as to whether accommodation, attractions, food & drink or shopping establishments meet their needs.

Self-Assessed Accessibility Details

Parking

  • YesParking space provided at the side of the pitch
    • YesDesignated parking space for guests with disabilities within 50 metres of the pitch
  • Surface of the pathway leading from the pitch to site facilities is:
    • YesSolid ie tarmac / concrete etc?
  • The site is:
    • YesFlat

Public Areas

  • Level access (ie no steps or thresholds), or access by a ramp:
    • YesTo the shop
    • YesTo the shower block
  • YesToilet suitable for use by wheelchair users
  • Washing facilities with:
    • YesSeparate shower units

Notes

  • Access statement available.

Entrance

  • YesReception is well lit
  • YesGuest information available in large print (14pt and over)

General

  • YesFacilities well signposted
  • YesSecure children's play area