Greenwood Leghe Holiday Home Parks

Greenwood Leghe Holiday Home Parks

  • Greenwood Leghe, Ingleton, North Yorkshire, LA6 3DP
  • 015242 41511

The three parks, which are open for 12 months holiday use are exclusively for privately owned holiday homes and lodges, with no sub-letting and none available for hire.

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Greenwood Leghe, Ingleton, LA6 3DP

The park, which is reached along a beautiful tree lined drive, is situated approximately a mile from the picturesque village of Ingleton. The holiday homes and lodges are set in the gardens and grounds of the former mansion house of Greenwood Leghe. There are splendid views across the fields to Ingleborough and the surrounding limestone fells. There are several footpaths leading directly from the park – the summit of Ingleborough can be reached from one of them.

The Trees, Westhouse, Near Ingleton, LA6 3NZ

This small park is situated between Ingleton and Kirkby Lonsdale, and is set in the grounds of a Georgian period house. The holiday homes and lodges enjoy excellent views over fields and meadows to the mountain of Ingleborough.

Inglewood, Thornton in Lonsdale, Near Ingleton, LA6 3PB

A small park nestling in the picturesque hamlet of Thornton in Lonsdale, in close proximity to the ancient church, old country pub with restaurant and the gateway to Dentdale. A walk of approximately 15 minutes brings you to the entrance of the famous 'Waterfalls Walk' in Ingleton.

We are able to supply any make of new holiday home or lodge and pre-owned homes are usually available for purchase.

Dogs are welcome – Each park has a designated 'dog walking area' where dogs may be exercised loose. In all other areas they must be on leads at all times.

The parks are all owned and personally maintained by the Stocks family – the family business having started with the development of Greenwood Leghe in 1962.

The parks are all within walking distance of Ingleton, which is famous for the splendour of its Waterfalls Walk, White Scar Caverns and the limestone scenery of the Three Peaks Mountains.

As well as the rural charm and attractions of Ingleton itself, which has ample shopping facilities, tea rooms, restaurants and country inns. The parks are situated in enviable positions as centres from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District, the Forest of Bowland and the coast.


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