Dotted around the National Trust Low Cray Campsite, 4 Winds Lakeland Tipis provide unbridled access to exploring the Cumbrian scenery. The mock-Gothic Wray Castle is an 11-minute walk away with indoor and outdoor activities to keep families entertained. Lake Windermere, the largest natural lake in England, is just a short walk away from the tipi grounds, while ten minutes away in the car sits the quaint, cobbled streets of Ambleside.
Tipis are decked out with all the home comforts, such as rugs, cushions and inflatable mattresses.
Groceries, fresh bread and camping equipment can be purchased in the on-site reception and shop, which also includes a local information point. Other facilities include hot water showers and WC within 100 yards of tipis, plus a laundry room and children’s playground.
For a two-wheel exploration of the area, guests can hire bikes from reception, starting from £12 for half a day.
£139 for 4 nights for up to four people in a 16ft tipi, Monday to Friday
£169 for 3 nights for up to four people in a 16ft tipi, Friday to Sunday
£149 for 4 nights for up to five people in an 18ft tipi, Monday to Friday
£179 for 4 nights for up to five people in an 18ft tipi, Friday to Monday
- Check-in from 4pm; check-out by 10.30am
TripAdvisor (14 Reviews)
4 Winds Lakeland Tipis has made all the right moves, earning itself 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor. Reviewers commented that the tipis were a good alternative for those not keen on traditional camping, with all the equipment provided for a comfortable stay.