New Mills Trout Fishing Park

Trout fishing, excellent eats & luxury accommodation, just 1 mile from Brampton

Fly fishing, luxury stays & fun for the whole family

New Mills Trout Fishing Park is a family-run leisure park located 1 mile from Brampton.

Whether you are looking for a few nights away surrounded by lush countryside, a bite to eat in the cafe, or a day of fun activities for all the family, we have something for everybody to enjoy, including fly-fishing and a play area.

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Enjoy Themed Afternoon Teas, Tapas, Tea & Coffee

Situated on-site, the Bite Cafe & Tearoom serves amazing themed and traditional afternoon teas & tapas boards alongside tea, coffee, cakes & traybakes.

With a new themed afternoon tea each month, ranging from Alice in Wonderland to the Addams Family, and everything in between, The Bite Cafe makes sure to serve you an afternoon tea you’ll never forget.



Take In Panoramic Lake Views & The Tranquil Landscape Of New Mills Fishing Park

For wonderful holiday glamping in Cumbria, you will love Wigwam® Holidays Brampton. The luxury Wigwam® Cabins are set in seven acres of lush countryside in the peaceful New Mills Fishing Park.

Book a luxury glamping cabin with a hot tub and you can enjoy panoramic views across the lake. Enjoy the tranquility of the park from a private decking area and you will settle into a luxury glamping holiday in no time.

Wigwam® Holidays Brampton is located just over a mile away from  Brampton, twelve miles from Carlisle and thirty miles from Ullswater and the Northern Lakes making it an ideal base for a holiday full of exploring and spending time in nature – with great options for food, drink and tourist attractions, too.

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