Tagg Lane Grange

Tagg Lane, Monyash, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JP

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Ideal for ...

  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Paul and Karen look forward to welcoming you to their CL.
  • The Certificated Location is situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park.
  • Our working dairy farm is only 10 minutes from the market town of Bakewell the home of the famous Bakewell Pudding and the spa town of Buxton.
  • Our site has stunning views of the limestone plateau and is in easy walking distance of the High Peak Trail and Lathkill Dale.
  • Ideally situated for Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and only a short drive away Alton Towers.
  • Two excellent pubs serving quality food are only a short walk away.
  • A farm shop is on site selling pure and natural JERSEY milk and quality free range eggs.
  • Farm tours are available on request.
  • Coffee shop and ice cream parlour on site from 1st of May 2017.
  • For more information please visit our Website.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shop
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
DE45 1JP
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Lat 53.190587 / Lon -1.799261
OS field ref:
SK135659
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: There is a 2 hourly service which goes from Monyash to Bakewell
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely views

Can’t add much that’s already been said.only thing I can moan about is that there is no dog walk off site unless you count one about half a mile down the busy road

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OK, BUT...

The CL is a small largely flat field, in open countryside, adjacent to the farm, and a short walk from their farm shop/café. There are 5 fairly closely positioned pitches on newly laid stone gravel, and further more spacious grassy pitches beyond. There is a generally well kept feel to the place. Access is via a wide steel gate and there is a placard instructing you to park-up, then visit the café to pay. Overall a reasonable CL. Pity then that the ‘welcome’ aspect of the experience fell a little short of what we expected. We arrived at the site in the late afternoon, having booked a pitch by phone earlier in the day, for an agreed price of £14.50 (for a motorhome without an awning), which matched that advertised on the CAMC website. Unfortunately, we were informed by the lady in the café that prices had gone up, and the fee was to be £15.50. Despite our polite remonstration it was clear she was not of a mind to yield and, although only £1 was at stake, there was a point of principle. However, apart from this regrettable lack of understanding about customer relations, which marred the experience a little, this wasn’t a bad CL.
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An Excellent CL

We stayed here for 9 nights and found a well tended CL in a great location for cycling and walking. The farm also has an excellent café and is but a short walk from a really good pub that is open from 12 noon every day for first rate beer and food. The pitches are flexible with some hard standings and extensive fairly level grass with plenty of room for 5 vans. There is one fresh water supply at reasonable pressure and one disposal point for toilets and waste. These facilities are near the entrance gate. There is no recycling. Electrical hook up points are conveniently located around the site. Terrestrial TV reception is fair and most of the time 4G mobile signal is available. We stayed through a very wet and stormy few days but the grass pitches remained sound for a good 4 x 4. Cycling in the area is outstanding with four off-road cycle trails within reach from the site. Walking opportunities are also good with the closest trail less than a quarter of a mile away.

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Working Dairy Farm

Nice tidy site on a working dairy farm. Plenty of space with several hard standing pitches. Stayed 3 nights & made use of the cafe next door, lovely coffee, cakes & ice cream. Being at the top of a hill it was windier than a more sheltered site but we would’nt be put off by this & would go again. Great for cycling although all up hill back from Bakewell.
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Nice CL

Nice CL, perfect for exploring the peak district and high peak trail. Good size field and relatively level. Nice farm with farm shop / ice cream and coffee shop. Beautiful views over the peak district. Nicely kept and excellent access, we would like to stay again.
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