Baystone Bank Farm
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Baystone Bank Farm is just off the A595 between the 2 turns to Millom at either end of the Whicham Valley. Unless you actively want a scenic route, avoid going through the Lakes and exit the M6 at junction 36 (signposted Western Lake District (S), Kendal, Barrow) following the A590. Follow the A590 towards Barrow and continue until you reach Greenodd. At the roundabout, take a right towards Workington on the A5092, following the road through Lowick Green and on to Grizebeck where you should join the A595 heading for Workington and the Western Lake District. Follow the A595 past Broughton-in-Furness and Duddon Bridge, then past the turn off to Broadgate. Continue for a further 1½ miles over Dubdale Brow before turning right at the sign for the campsite.
There are 7 farms with the same postcode, so if you’re using a SatNav be sure to enter Baystone Bank Farm as the full name! If you’re using Google Maps, search Baystone Bank Farm Campsite for directions.
For alternative means of transport, the nearest train station is in Millom, 5 miles away, so you can use a taxi to get from their to our farm.