Newbiggin Beach, Newbiggin (Cumbria) 

Beach holidays in Lake District

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    Known for its fells and lakes, the Lake District also offers some exquisite beaches, in easy reach of our Lakeland Leisure Park. Collect shells on Bardsea Beach, or stroll Morecambe Bay’s miles of golden sand. For peace and quiet head to Grange-over-Sands, where Kirkhead Tower adds to the grandeur. With plenty to do on site including watersports, golf, nature walks and evening entertainment, Haven’s Lakeland Leisure Park offers the best beach holidays in the Lake District. Dig out that bucket and spade and book today!

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    Morecambe Bay in the Lake District.

    Summer Haven beach breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £359
    Keswick mountain walk

    Autumn Haven beach breaks in Lake District

    4 nights from £125
    Bardsea Beach

    Summer Haven Hideaway beach breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £279
    Newbiggin Beach, Newbiggin (Cumbria) 

    Autumn Haven Hideaway beach breaks in Lake District

    4 nights from £79

    Our Lakeland park is the gateway to the glorious Lake District, with Morecambe Bay views and close to Grange-over-Sands.

    • Indoor and outdoor pool
    • Activity lake
    • Visit Windermere
    • Entertainment venue
    4 nights from £69
    Arnside Beach, Arnside 
    Bardsea Beach
    Earnse Bay, Walney Island  

    Three of the best beaches near the Lake District

    1. Arnside Beach, Arnside

    This village beach sits within an area of outstanding natural beauty, and its incredible views over Morecambe Bay with the Lakeland fells behind it might help you see why. While swimming isn't possible here due to its fast tide, you'll still find traditional seaside fun here thanks to its Victorian promenade and award-winning chippy!

    2. Bardsea Beach, Bardsea

    One of the closest beaches to Lakeland Leisure Park, Bardsea Beach is part of the Sandscale Haws Nature Reserve. Here, you can explore the sand dunes, collect seashells or enjoy a picnic (swimming is not recommended here either). You'll also find plenty of parking nearby, and in high season you can pick up an ice cream too.

    3. Earnse Bay, Walney Island

    Cross over the Jubilee Bridge beyond Barrow-in-Furness and you can reach Walney Island - a beautiful island with impressive views. Earnse Bay here boasts 11 miles of sand dunes, and is a magnet for kite-surfers and wind-surfers.

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