• Please check with campsites before setting off. Covid means some won’t be open, some will have fewer or reduced facilities and some may be limiting bookings.
    Please don’t wild camp unless you’re absolutely sure you won’t upset local people. Don’t wild camp unless you’re prepared to take all your gear and rubbish away with you.

The Quiet Site, Ullswater – our first video review

Hooray. Our first campsite video review…so be kind!

We took a campervan to The Quiet Site near Watermillock on Ullswater for two nights in February (plus we’ve been back since).

We also met up with friends who rented one of their pods. Here’s what we thought….


Update 2020: The Quiet Site now has a zero waste shop and more glamping options.

See more suggestions for Lake District camping in this special feature too.

Camping, walking and eating in the Lake District

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  1. wonderful video, thankyou I enjoyed watching it

  2. Whoops. Forgot to mention the secure bike storage. Can’t think of much they don’t have, actually. Thanks for the flattery too!

  3. Looks fabulous. I trust they also have good bike access and storage? Pretty essential for an eco-site. Great video, by the way!

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