Real estate advisors Colliers International have been instructed to sell Manor House Park in Allonby, Cumbria, a holiday park with 188 static caravan pitches, on behalf of longstanding owners the Brooks family.

Offers in the region of £2.25m are sought for the park occupying 5.5 hectares (13.7 acres) which also has hardstanding pitches for 20 touring caravans and an impressive bar and restaurant.

Manor House Park has spectacular views and is located on the outskirts of the tourist village of Allonby in West Cumbria and in the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the seaside towns of Maryport and Silloth.

Richard Moss, Head of Parks Agency at Colliers International, is undertaking the sale on behalf of the Brooks family and said: “Manor House Park offers an outstanding investment opportunity. The site occupies a prime location between Maryport and Silloth, offers panoramic views of Scotland’s Solway Coast across the Solway Firth, is close to many amenities and the sandy beach of Allonby Bay and just a short distance from the many tourist attractions of Cumbria and the Lake District – all a huge draw for potential customers.”