Flagg Hall

Flagg, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9QR

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

This is a quiet site on a large working dairy farm set in the centre of the Peak District National Park midway between Bakewell and Buxton where adults, children and pets are all welcome. The site is 2 acres of lawned area with a choice of grass or hardstanding pitches with electric hook ups. Widened entrance to site.

Footpaths leave the site in all directions and the High Peak Trail, for walking or cycling is 1 mile away. Children are welcome to watch the milking or help feed the calves with adult supervision. Buxton and Bakewell offer supermarkets, restaurants, swimming and sporting venues and Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are close by. Several pubs within 2 miles offer good evening meals. The site is 150 meters from a young children's playground. Newspapers can be ordered for a minimum of 1 week.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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2 acres

Lawned site

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Lat 53.212337 / Lon -1.791404
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Flagg Hall

We have just returned from Flagg Hall & enjoyed 12 glorious days there. The CL is a large lawned area interspersed with trees which is beautifully maintained, the grass was cut 3 times while we were there. The site photos don't do it justice. It is set in a lovely location with views of surrounding fields & hills. You have the option to pitch anywhere on the grass or on the 5 hard standings, there are ample electric points. The TV reception was excellent & there was very fast free WiFi. It was lovely watching the cows go past on the adjacent track in the morning to be milked & lovely hearing the owls during the day & early evening. The pubs in Monyash & Chelmorton were both very good & the meals there were excellent. There are lovely walks direct from the CL but also it is very well situated for any of the more popular Dale or reservoir walks of which we did many.

Raney5761

Caravanner from Wiltshire

Reviewed on 06/08/2021 18:00

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Lovely quiet (apart from crows nest in the trees) front lawn of Flagg hall. Grass cut regularly and well looked after. Lovely stay in may despite rain every day.

glendaandtony

Reviewed on 27/05/2021 17:29

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We have just returned from a very relaxing 11 nights stay at Flagg Hall. No problem with the road or entrance to the CL, plenty wide enough. We received a friendly welcome on arrival from Mavis. Very relaxed about where we pitched and what way we faced. Very different to a CAMC main site! We chose a hard standing pitch as were we thought we may have some April showers but how wrong we were. Sunshine every day, though the nights were frosty. It was lovely to see the dairy herd go up and down the adjacent lane twice a day. They must have been well trained though as we never heard them early in the morning. Mavis gave us a guided tour of the cowshed whilst they were being milked. It was fascinating to see the technology that is used to keep track of everything. The TV reception was not great, we managed to pick up the BBC stations but not ITV. Not that it bothered us too much. My husband had a good mobile signal with EE but with Vodafone it was non existent. The CL is very centrally located in the Peak District with the main towns seemingly 5 to 10 miles away in any given direction. We walked more than 40 miles during our stay. The Monsal Trail is close by as are many other walks. The walks through Lathkill Dale and the other dales are delightful. We can recommend the Old Smithy Cafe (licensed) at Monyash as well as the proper chips (and cheese) at the Bulls Head Hotel at Youlgreave, perfect stopping off places for a drink after a long walk. It was a wonderful post lockdown holiday and we will return to this CL in the future.

Mollymoo12

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Reviewed on 23/04/2021 22:34

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This was our first trip out in the van - we'd had a twenty year gap in our caravan holidays having given up when the kids reached their teens. We were pleased to be able to escape having to wait until lock-down allowed and travelling only 40 minutes from home. The site was well maintained with good access to electric hookup and choice of pitches, the views were delightful even through the rain, it was very quiet with minimal passing traffic. It was very close to the Limestone trail and the walk into Monyash was a pleasant 20 minute walk. The cafe and the pub in Monyash had just reopened and both felt safe to visit, the food in the pub was delicious - large portions. Previous reviews called this 'a gem of a site' and we completely agree.

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Reviewed on 26/07/2020 15:10

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Perfect site for exploring the Peak District. Large site with ample pitches. Thank you for a pleasant stay.

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Reviewed on 13/08/2019 17:21

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