Hotels around Scafell Pike
When visiting Scafell Pike, hotels are a good option for groups of travellers. It allows you to meet as a group in the mornings to plan your day, and sometimes negotiate a discounted group rate.
Scafell Pike Bed and Breakfasts
A Scafell Pike bed & breakfast can be a real treat, and is ideal for perhaps solos or couples who want accommodation with a personal touch – maybe for a single night.
Scafell Pike Campsites
For those on a budget, or those who believe a good Scafell Pike walk should be rewarded by a freezing night under canvas, there are a number of well organised and inexpensive campsites near Scafell Pike.
Whether your party is made up of serious hikers or a family exploring the area for the first time camping at Scafell Pike provides a fabulous experience. This area boasts a wealth of brilliantly run campsites which offer excellent access to both the Scafell Pike Mountain and the many other attractions and places to visit locally.
There are a number of recommended caravan parks and sites which accommodate a range of caravans from static caravans which may be rented out for breaks (some include a washing machine and BBQ) or pitches for your own motor home or touring caravan. The facilities vary between sites.
Whether you fancy luxury camping, some good old-fashioned tent camping or a spell on a caravan park there are a number of options available.
For those who would like to experience something different, the Lakes will provide as there are original camping alternatives that are quirky while adding a little luxury.
Staying in a yurt is like enjoying a home from home while still experiencing the magic of camping. Each yurt is raised on a platform or stilts, affording brilliant views of the local scenery, include a wood-burning stove and a range of comforts that make this especially popular with couples looking to enjoy a Scafell Pike romantic weekend.
Most of them do not have websites, so we have listed them in our directory to find them easily. It is advisable to ring in advance to book your place – particularly on bank holiday weekends, the spring and autumn equinox and Midsummer’s Night.