We offer breaks at Dyllon’s Den to anyone who has been bereaved by suicide no matter how long ago. Where possible we also offer breaks to anyone suffering with their mental health, we do not charge for anyone to stay at Dyllon’s Den. It is entirely up to our guests’ own discretion if they would like to make a donation or not and we would never ask for one.
Dyllon’s Den sleeps upto 8 people, in one double room, two twin rooms and a pull-out sofa bed in the front room. The caravan is situated at Wild Rose Caravan Park in Ormside, just a few miles outside of Appleby-in-Westmorland, providing a gateway to the Lake District, Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, and the Eden Valley.
Dyllon’s Den is unfortunately NOT dog friendly, if you wish to bring your furry friend then we are more than happy to acommodate you at our other caravan, Quinn’s Retreat at Riverview Leisure Park in Barnard Castle. There is a small pub on site thats serves food, and there is an outdoor pool and the site is currently undergoing a major development which will include a heated indoor and outdoor pool, a coffee counter, ice cream parlour, gym, arcade and cinema.
The caravan has full central heating, and we are open 12 months of the year. We always leave a welcome hamper with fresh milk, bread, eggs, butter and scones and there are store cupboard ingredients such as cooking oils, herbs, spices, frozen food etc that are all there for you to use during your stay.
We like to think that we have made Dyllon’s Den into a real home from home. We find it a peaceful and relaxing place, a real retreat! Please do get in touch with us to arrange a stay as we would like to help as many people and their families as possible as a way of remembering our beautiful children. By helping others and telling their story, their light shines on.