Brundcliffe Farm

Hartington, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0BA

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Brundcliffe Farm is a tranquil site on a working Dairy farm off the main Buxton to Ashbourne road in the Peak District National Park. The site is lawned with electric hook up and free WiFi.

The site is a great base for exploring the surrounding area. The High Peak trail is adjacent with direct access. The Tissington trail is nearby as is the picturesque village of Hartington with its famous cheese shop. The site is also a great base for exploring the market towns of Bakewell, Buxton and Ashbourne and the famous Chatsworth House, all within easy reach.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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1 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Lovely Site

Brundcliffe Farm
What a lovely site this, we stayed on the 4 pitch gravel hardstandings which does have a nice well kept lawn in front the views are excellent looking on to the cows who at the time we was there were in calf. Barbara and John are excellent hosts very friendly nothing is too much trouble for them had a newspaper delivered each morning and Barbara took us on a tour of the farm to watch the milking being done and see the calfs that had been born it was very interesting. We took our bikes with us its a good site for cyclists as its straight on to the High Peak Trail so for a novice like me no traffic to contend with. This is one of our favourite sites I've been to ticks all the boxes for us, this was our first time will not be the last.

Jinni Jane

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Reviewed on 12/10/2021 15:59

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An immaculate site in a peaceful locality

Brundcliffe Farm
Brundcliffe Fram CL is clearly a labour of love for Barbara and John - they are caravanners themselves and use their extensive experience to the benefit of their guests. Several of our fellow guests were repeat visitors and I can fully understand why they would wish to return to this lovely CL.

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Beautiful and isolated CL

Brundcliffe Farm
A quiet well kept CL away from it all. Grass nicely kept and border pleasant on a well ordered farm. Its a good way down the road to the farm so you are well away from noise form 515. Excellent which excels that on many club sites! Some pitches are on a slope but not so much to be annoying but you may need a block under the jockey when on some pitches. The owners are friendly and helpful. They can furnish newspapers or eggs from there free range chicken when available. A part of the Pennine Bridle track which passes right next to the site intersects with the Tissington trial - perfect fro cyclists! About 40 mins walk along the trail (for the amblers - mless for he fit) will get you to Parsley Hey where you can hire a bike (no need to book just turn up ) for £19 for an adult for a day. You can also drive and poark at Parsley Hey or bring you won and go straight from the site. The area is very beautiful - and the villages and hills and dales all around hartington are beautiful - and there are some great puns to grab a meal - but do book in cos they can get busy.~~ Just a warning if you decide to walk to the local pub walk along the trail at the back of the site and turn left at Green Lane to get there (another track) the main road has no pavements and you take you life in you hands when you walk it (we walked there that way via up the approach lane to the farm but decided to return via the the short walk via the trail and Green Lane which was was pleasant and safer,

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Reviewed on 16/08/2021 19:40

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Fantastic Site, Amazing Hospitality, Wonderful Memories

Brundcliffe Farm
Perfect in every way, from Barbara and John’s warm friendly welcome on arrival to the immaculate flower borders and manicured grass, Brundcliffe Farm is gem. The site is along side the mostly flat High Peak Trail (excellent for Walking and Cycling) a few miles up the trail you can join the Tissington Trail so you have miles and miles of safe trails to explore. If you want to eat out there is a list of recommended local pubs on the notice board by the water point, you won’t be disappointed and it pays to book a table in advance. Having never stayed on a dairy farm before we asked if it would be possible to see the cows being milked and Barbara proudly took us around, explaining the milking process and showed us their new calves. It’s a family farm and everyone we spoke to was polite, enthusiastic and happy to take time to passionately share life on a dairy farm. Thank you Barbara and John for making our stay amazingly memorable. Stay safe, stay well and we will see you soon, we cannot wait to return.

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Reviewed on 01/07/2021 19:34

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We've been trying to get on to this C.L. for ages and finally cracked it. The wait was worth it. Well situated off the A515 Buxton to Ashbourne road. The turn in leads down a land to the farm and the CL. The C.L. has 3 H/S pitches and 2 Grass ones, although there is sufficient space to put a third unit on grass instead of H/S if you so prefer. The land does slope and there is a plentiful supply of wooden ramps supplied by the owners to assist you in levelling. We were lucky and bagged a pitch in the far corner which is perfectly level and H/S with wondrous views of the farmland. Water, recycling bins and Elsan points are excellent. The owners and their sons occupy the houses adjoining the CL and are on hand to answer any query and with the owners being caravaners themselves have a wealth of knowledge if needed. Both are extremely friendly. They even asked if I wanted a newspaper collecting and delivered done to the caravan step each morning. Never had that elsewhere. The farm is split by the High Peak Trail, used mostly by cyclists but you could walk along it for 4 kms to the Royal Oak at Hurdlow (recommended pub) if you so desire. The Tissington trail can be accessed 2 KMs along the trail so the car can stay on site. If you want walking then Hartington is 5 minutes away and many, many walks available in a fantastic walking county just a short drive away as well. We came away knackered after 8 days of exercise! Downsides? Every CL has one. The only one I can find is that some people (not us) may find farm work noisy and the Cows won't be a respecter of anyone trying to sleep in if they happen to be in an adjacent field. It would be a pity if you felt that way as you should expect such things on a Working Farm. Would we return again? You bet but we may have to wait a while to get on. Be aware that there are many returnees, a sure sign of a good, well run C.L. There is a separate 5 unit area well away from the CL with Hardstanding pitches, a bit closer together but with grass opposite to sit out on, with access to the Trail as well.

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Reviewed on 17/06/2021 20:30

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