Crab Mill Farm

Lesters Lane, Higher Kinnerton, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9BQ

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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6 acres

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
CH4 9BQ
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Lat 53.151545 / Lon -3.00469
OS field ref:
SJ329622
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Chester, Wrexham, Retail Park
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Chester

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A Gem of a site

We always use certified sites and this one ranks at the top of the list. Greeted and shown to our site on arrival. The site is well laid out with open views down a lawned area which is most pleasing. There is a well kept shower and toilet. The owners are always friendly and helpful even though they are busy farmers. Note this site is in Wales in relation to Covid restrictions. Just off the A55 you are in easy reach of Chester, the North Wales Coast and Southern Cheshire. Local shops and pubs within 1-1.5 miles at Higher Kinnerton or Broughton. I Feel we should keep this site a secret as it is so lovely but hope all enjoy.
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Tidy, quiet farm site

Tidy, quiet site on a working farm run by a very friendly family. Choice of hard standing, or grass in dryer conditions. One toilet and separate shower spotlessly clean. Easy walk into village of Kinnerton for shops and two very good, dog friendly pubs. Well recommended.
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Lovely short stay

We were escorted to our pitch by an obviously very hard working member of the family - he/she had to be gently encouraged with a timely throw of a ball to allow us to reverse safely onto the pitch :) Lovely quiet farm, well maintained and level pitches - would definitely stay again
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Fantastic!!

Arrived mid-afternoon Wednesday 5th Feb 2020 to be met by the Farm/Site owner, Peter Curtis. Despite the Farm being his main source of income, he immediately stopped what he was doing to welcome us and ensure that we had everything we needed and were happy with the pitch. Later the same day we met his wife Alison together with one of their daughters. They are a lovely family who make you welcome and do all they can to ensure you have a good time. Access is by way of a sharp left turn into the Farm yard off a Country Lane. The site itself is a self-contained paddock adjacent to the main farm and has 5 Hard-standing (level) Pitches which are well spaced and serviced with both Water and Electric Hook up's. There's also a small Children's play area with a couple of swings, slide and climbing frame. As this is working Farm you can't wander around too much but the main barn adjacent to the site housed a number of young calves (one only three days old) and lamb's and we were able to see them up close (escorted by the family's two working Sheepdog's who are also excellent as night-time Site Security). A single shower room and separate WC are available if required. The Elsam point is readily accessible and there is a good opportunity to do your bit for the environment by separating cardboard and plastic's into the separate boxes situated by the waste bins. When leaving the site, purely and simply for safety it's worth asking your passenger to act as 'spotter' because the wall of the barn makes visibility to the right almost non-existent (this is not a complaint, simply a safety point worth making). The Roman city of Chester is 15mins drive away; the National Trust 'Erdigg' site is also only 20mins away and well worth a day from anyone's life (House opens next month but extensive gardens and parkland grounds are open now). Liverpool City Centre is only 40mins away and readily accessible via the A55/M53/Mersey Tunnel (toll of £1.80 each way). Mold Town Centre is 15mins away and has a good market on Wednesday's and Saturday's. Local shopping is available at nearby Broughton (Tesco/Aldi/McD's etc) and for any Aircraft enthusiast's the 'Chock's Away' Diner is located on the Aviation Park adjacent to the AIrbus A380 Factory West Gate. The food and service is good (£4.95 for Small Breakfast including Tea and Toast) and it's a great opportunity to watch the daily arrival/departure of the Airbus Beluga transport plane together with various private jets and small planes. It's been a great weekend despite Storm Ciara's best efforts and to top everything off, Peter and Alison have happily allowed us to leave our unit on site until the winds die down enough to bring her home back to the Wirral. Lovely people with a fabulous location. Can highly recommend a visit and in fact, we'll be back for an extra-long weekend in 10 days time with the Grandchildren.
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Charm in Cheshire.

Don’t make the same mistake as we did! There is a site on the left immediately after leaving the dual Carriageway. It’s not Crab Mill Farm. Crab Mill Farm is a delightful working farm. The owners are helpful and non intrusive. The site is well cared for with hardstandings, with their own water supply. Grey water is discretely disposed of. It’s as good as fully serviced for a fraction of the price. The location is perfect for exploring Chester, North Wales, the Wirral and into Shropshire. We absolutely loved it and will definitely return.
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