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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Postcode:
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Lat 53.145671 / Lon -1.762078
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Absolutely Splendid!!! The very best CL we have been on during our 28 years membership. Warm welcome, made to feel part of the family, farm tour exc.

From being welcomed by Barbara we were made to feel that our holiday success was very important to both her and her husband John. The site was immaculate and had a national park trail running alongside it, so marvellous for walking our dog. When a really bad gale threatened our awning, it saw both Barbara and John helping us to hold it down until my husband could put stronger pegs down. Barbara took us around the farm, explained the milking process, showed us their new calves and a newly born bull named Colonel Tom as it was born on his birthday. This was more than a stay at a CL, it was a real and varied experience and one we highly recommend and intend to repeat. All the very best Barbara and John, you deserve it.

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Perfect in every way!

This was our first visit to Brundcliffe Farm and what a delightful site it is. Barbara gave us a really warm welcome and helpful tips about our stay. COVID measures were excellent with hand sanitisers by the gate, the bins and the tap. The views are lovely and being right by an entrance to High Peaks Trail (also leading to the Tissington Trail) was a real bonus. The site is beautifully kept and levelling blocks are provided if required. We didn’t need them. Our newspaper was delivered daily and we really appreciated being able to watch the milking process. John and Barbara really seem to enjoy running a CL! Thank you John, Barbara and the family.
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Another great stay at the farm

Spent another fantastic 8 nights on one of our favourite CL's, always a warm welcome from Barbara and John. What we like about the site is the ease of access to the off road cycle track that passes through the farm, excellent for families with young children. Since our last visit the paving in the chem. waste and bin area have been relaid, the little jobs are always kept on top off on this CL. Fresh eggs available and Barbara will arrange to have your preferred daily newspaper to be collected and delivered to your van.

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Fantastic site

This was our first ever visit to a CL and it couldn't have been better. It's a beautifully maintained site with elsan, refuse and water facilities to rival any club site. We thought it was great! The location is perfect for exploring the peak district. My daughter and I took up the opportunity for a tour of the diary farm which we both found extremely interesting. We'll definitely be back next year.
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THE BEST CL WE HAVE STAYED ON

Where do i start arrived to Brundcliffe farm cl and what a beautiful site it his ,well looked after by Barbra and John .We arrived to find our jockey wheel was broke no problem john lent me his off his own caravan ,Then gave me the address of caravan shop to get a new one but told me there was no rush .We couldn't have asked for a better welcome of John and Barbra they are a very friendly and look after you when you arrive ,There cl is a credit to them ,They also have a paper delivery service which is nice to see has not many cl's go this far with there service ,you can get fresh eggs has well and god they are good .We was watching the cows come in one day and John asked did we want to have a look at the cows being milked and fed ,which was brilliant to see what happens in the background and to see how hard everyone works ,He even took us to see all the young calf's .All in all we had a brilliant 9 days there nothing was to much trouble ,all the family are very friendly and make you feel welcome .The only downside is we have to come home and tell everyone about it!!!!!!! has we wanted to keep it secret. But we will be back not only to have a break in the caravan but to see Barbra and John and the rest of the family ,Thanks for a brilliant stay .

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