Port Haverigg holiday village and the sister site,Butterflowers (camping,caravans etc),is the main holiday site in the area.Holiday cottages are available to rent,also static caravans.Port Haverigg Holiday Village hosts the only Cumbrian freshwater  lake now available for waterskiing,and the watersports centre offers lessons in skiing,wakeboarding and wake skating.There is also a slalom course and visitors can launch their own boats,dinghies,and windsurfers.The Port Haverigg village is situated on the RSPB nature reserve,ideal for watching the breeding Terns carrying fresh sea eels to their chicks on the reserve,Eiders and Grt Crested Grebes,can be seen at very close range.
Port Haverigg Holiday Village is seen in the image below.I will post a pic of Butterflowers camping site when the weather improves.I may add that the
 Butterflowers site is 100yds from the beach,50 yds from a children play activity site,also the camp site offers a 17m indoor heated swimming pool,free to site residents,camp kitchen complete with freezer,laundry services,and immaculate shower facilites,with unlimited usage of hot water.Dogs are welcome on both sites,and dogs are allowed on Haverigg beach.
 
 
Contact details are Tel: 01229 772880/774228
                             Fax:01229 774445
 
 
Local town of Millom,1ml away hosts a selection of small hotels most of whom offer B&B accommodation. 
 
 
The Harbour Hotel-situated 50yds from the beach.Excellent food, (veggie menu available) real ale,friendly atmospere.
   Open for Lunches : 12-2pm . Eve meal : 7-9pm (not Tues)Phone 01229 772764.
Also village chippie(cafe inclusive,daytime only),and Beach cafe( seasonal opening only) Outdoor eating facilities are available at both the Harbour Hotel and the Beach cafe,enabling dogs to be able to stop with their owners ,and not needing to be left in a hot car.
 
 
 
Foxcroft bed and breakfast is situated in beautiful woods ,surrounded by fields and with excellent views of Black Combe.
An abundance of wildlife to be seen in the neighbouring fields and wooded drive leading to the guesthouse.
                         http://www.foxcroftbedandbreakfast.co.uk
 
A very interesting site to visit is the link shown below.Extensive info re Haverigg and Millom.
 
       Link to Local sports and events