Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8JEView on map
Why stay here ...
Tideslow Farm is a working farm in a quiet location with wonderful open views across the White and Dark Peak and has two scheduled ancient monuments. Farmed ecologically with environmental considerations taken into account with the abundance of orchids thriving to be seen at the end of May depending on the season.
Centrally located in the Peak District National Park being around a 10 minute drive to Castleton Caverns and a 20 minute drive to the must see locations of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the plague village of Eyam, Chestnut Otter & Owl Sanctuary, Bakewell and Buxton and all that they offer with their respective events and facilities. There is a foot path adjacent to the site leading to the main network of paths, the Limestone Way and Monsal Trail with the Tissington Trail a 30 minute drive away. Excellent cycling for enthusiasts being on and close by to a number of routes which the Eroica Cycling Extravaganza utilise.
There are a number of public houses (nearest about 1.3 miles way) and cafes in the surrounding picturesque villages and the main nearby village of Tideswell which serve excellent food and the usual services of Post Office, Doctors Surgery, Butchers, Bakery and small supermarket open long hours along with a the beautiful Cathedral of the Peak, St John the Baptist Church. The connecting farm of Forest Lane Farm has two well equipped holiday cottages which are close by and dog friendly.
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Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding
Electric hook up not available
Some sloping pitches
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- SK17 8JE
- Lat 53.303216 / Lon -1.78204
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Sheffield, Manchester
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Hope
- Train station within 5 miles
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Access is along a lane with passing places, and a tight turn into the site - but don't let this put you off. Grassy site with some uneven ground surrounded by a few trees - a wooded dell with fabulous views towards Hathersage - something you won't get on a big all-singing-all-dancing site where you're often staring into someone elses 'van! Great location for walking and cycling - the Monsal Trail is only two miles away to Bakewell, and we also cycled from the site to Eyam. Great fish & chips in Tideswell, and the Barrel Inn on the top road to Eyam get's my vote for food!