A SUSTAINABLE holiday park has just been named to The Times list of “25 Best Foodie Campsites”.
The Quiet Site in Ullswater, which offers carbon-neutral glamping, camping and luxury cottages, opened a sustainable takeaway shack in accommodation last year specializing in pancakes, bacon rolls and their wood-fired pizzas – helping to earn them the prestigious accolade.
Owner Daniel Holder said: ‘We’ve sold around 22,000 pizzas so far so everything is going well.
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“It’s very simple, we only do pizzas in the evening and pancakes and bacon rolls in the morning with coffees and tea throughout the day.
“That’s one of the reasons it works pretty well, because the staff know exactly what they’re doing, we don’t have a full menu, it’s simple and fresh.
“If you only make a few things with a few ingredients, you can still keep it clean and fresh,” he said.
However, the accolades continue to roll in for the company, as it earned a place in the finals of the FSB Environmental/Sustainability Award earlier this year, after winning the award for the North West region in plus winning Cumbrian Holiday Park of the Year. 2022.
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