There is a choice of accommodation in and around Santon Bridge for those visiting the area. Bed and Breakfasts are dotted around the location, and the popular Bridge Inn is at the heart of the village, but if you want to get back to nature then why not go camping?
Why go camping in Santon Bridge?
There are several great reasons for camping in Santon bridge, none the least of which is the fact that it is a very affordable way to holiday. The old Post Office Campsite has pitches for tents, caravans and also cottages on site, so your level of luxury can vary depending on your personal preference. There is everything you need on site including male and female showers and toilets, a laundry area and freezers. There is a disabled access shower room separate from the other units.
Perfectly placed close to the beautiful Wasdale Valley, home of Wast Water and Scafell Pike, the Old Post Office Camping Site in Santon Bridge is an excellent base for those who want to explore the area with ease. Santon Bridge is close to several areas of interest including the gorgeous Cumbria coastline which offers some amazing beaches. Muncaster Castle is a short drive away, and Wast Water itself offers a range of activities including windsurfing for the more adventurous types. The children will love to take a trip on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, thought to be one of the most picturesque train journeys in the country. At Santon Bridge, you will hit the trifecta of awesome places, as Scafell Pike the highest Mountain in the country and Wast Water the deepest lake in the country. You can take a wander over to St Olaf’s Church which is the smallest church in the country.
If you are looking for a relaxing getaway with a good range of activities, then camping at Santon Bridge is the obvious choice.