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"WE DO ADVISE YOU to PRINT-OFF THESE DIRECTIONS TO USE ON YOUR JOURNEY."
John & Dawn Bell,
The Road between us and the M6 Motorway J41 is Wide and Straight, (approx. 15 minutes).
SAT-NAV WARNING :- Please, DO NOT RELY ON SAT-NAV for the final leg (2 miles) of your journey, or you WILL OVERSHOOT US and potentially get lost. (One out of every three 1st time clients using Sat-Nav does). You will then need to turn round, which won't be easy with a caravan on the back.
TOP-TIP. If you really do need to use Sat-Nav instead of a map and the road signs, rather than entering the destination Post code, enter the destination village name:- "Millhouse". (Remember, you need to turn left in Millhouse, as shown on the aerial photo below).
It is our experience, that some of the people that arrive to the site who constantly use Sat-Nav instead of a map and the road signs, actually don't know where they are when they get here, in relation to the fells, towns/villages and Lake District in General.
Read what the Daily Mail Says about addicted Sat-Nav users.
So please, it is extremely important that you follow the easy-to-follow directions below, and watch out for our roadside yellow and green sandwich board signs next to the road signs, at the locations as stated below. "If you follow these directions: YOU WILL NOT GET LOST".
(Look out for the "RIVERSIDE" Sandwich board, next to the road sign, just before this junction)
(Look out for the "RIVERSIDE" Sandwich board, next to the Millhouse sign, just before village)
Lots more information about our hamlet of MILLHOUSE