A Working Farm and Campsite on the shore of Ullswater in the Lake District
Waterside House farm and Campsite have been run by the same family for five generations.
The farmhouse is dated 1694 and is part of a working farm with land covering 279 acres. The farm is home to a flock of Swaledale Ewes, who spend most of their time on the nearby Barton Fell.
At certain times of the year you may see the sheep being dipped, sheared or even the birth of a lamb. You will certainly see sheepdogs at work.
Cattle and calves are reared and can be seen in the fields around the campsite during the summer months.