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CLICK TO ZOOM - Greaves Farm Caravan Site, Cabus Garstang, Lancashire, PR3 1AA.
Greaves Farm,
Cabus Nook Lane,
PR3 1AA.

Tel: 01524 791726


Daisy Clough Nurseries - Tearoom & Plant Nursery

Tucked away in the tranquil orchard of heritage apple trees, enjoy afternoon tea or a bite to eat, listening to the tranquil river meander through the countryside with ducks, otters, kingfishers and sheep, all adding to the landscape that includes views of Nicky Nook.

The bright and airy tearoom is brimming with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere making it the perfect place to unwind with friends and family.

With an array of greenhouses, beautiful orchard and natural river running past the Nursery, Shop and Tearoom; Daisy Clough has so much to offer and has grown to incorporate it’s surroundings perfectly.



Scorton is a popular area for walkers with a number of routes starting in the village centre. At the back of Scorton is the hill, Nicky Nook and standing on the top, you have the best view in Lancashire. The 360-degree panorama includes Morecambe Bay, Blackpool Tower, Lake District fells and even the shadowy outline of the Isle of Man. Well worth the short climb! (Certainly blows the cobwebs out on a windy day).

Following your walk, pop back into the village and enjoy another famous feature of Scorton, the delicious Ice Cream, a perfect treat after a brisk walk in the countryside.

Scorton Village, Lakeland Ice Cream, Walking at Nicky Nook - village photo resource by Lancs County Council.



Garstang Market Town, the world's first Fairtrade Town. Since the 1300's, Garstang has been host to the classic english market. The modern day weekly outdoor market is held every Thursday. This popular market stretches the length of the High Street offering a variety of stalls selling everything you need from children's clothes to plants and household goods.
There are 7 pubs and 4 restaurants serving a wide variety of food. Just down the road from the town centre is the Garstang Country Hotel and Golf Club welcoming pay and play golfers.

Garstang Market and Fairtrade Town


Local Eating & Drinking Places

Pubs: Patten Arms (Winmarleigh) | Royal Oak (Garstang) |The Barn (Scorton) |
The Priory (Scorton)
| The Applestore Cafe (Scorton)

Restaurants: Thorpey's Fish and Chip Shop

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Places and Attractions Beyond Houghtons Caravan & Camping Site

Trough Of Bowland       ☼ The Lake District       ☼ Lakes Aquarium
Windermere Lake Cruises       ☼ Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway
Blackpool Tower       ☼ Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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Please phone us for further information.

Tel: 01524 791726

Reviews from our visitors to Greaves Farm Caravan and Camping Site, Cabus, Garstang.

Ray and I have spent many good weekends and holidays at Greaves Farm. We have always found Mark and Tracy to be very friendly and helpful.

Greaves Farm is a very peaceful site but the seaside town of Blackpool, Scorton village and the historical city of Lancaster are within easy reach.

There are also many local attractions which make Greaves Farm an excellent place to spend a relaxing break.

Ray and Janice Baron (Darwen)

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The present farmhouse was built in 1686.

Over 100 years later during the 1790's the Lancaster Canal was dug out just to the east of Greaves Farm. Goods including lime and manure could now be easily transported and local trading especially for farmers was greatly improved.

The farm has witnessed the many twists and turns in local history over the years, then in 1957 Bob and Olive Houghton bought the farm as a newly married couple.

In the early 1980's pig farming here ceased and Greaves Farm welcomed its first caravan visitors.


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