Whitecroft Farm

Station Road, Strines, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK22 3AH

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Walking distance to station with trains into Manchester.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

1.5 acres

Lawned site

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Postcode:
SK22 3AH
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GPS:
Lat 53.37384 / Lon -2.036089
OS field ref:
SJ976864
OS map ref:
109

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Hayfield, Stockport
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Strines

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Marvellous BH stay

What a great site, close to home but I could have been anywhere in glorious coujntryside.. Can only use onboard facilties, but Hook up and water etc easily available. Fantastic walks straight from the site and Strines statation so close means you can go futher afield if you want to Loved every minute of my stay

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A peaceful valley

A weekend to see stepson -in law. Easy reach to Reddish. We'll be back!

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A peaceful valley

A weekend to see stepson -in law. Easy reach to Reddish. We'll be back!

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Long Weekend at Whitecroft

Just returned from a few days at this CL. The directions and access to the CL were good. The site is situated just behind the farm buildings and is a large open field, with 3 hard standing pitches which were occupied when we arrived so we pitched in the field. The ground was remarkably firm so must drain reasonably well. There was no one around when we arrived but the facilities are easy to find. The site has a few picnic tables for visitors to use. The railway station is only a few minutes walk away which gives access to Manchester and Sheffield. Its fairly quiet with only the chickens and Canada geese to disturb the peace. We hope to use this CL again.

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Drivers an enjoyable break

I have used this CL numerous times over 20 years and it has continued to deliver an enjoyable experience. Set in the Goyt Valley as it narrows to go through New Mills, it provides stunning views. It can be difficult tracking down the owners to book and pay. Site is a flat, well kept field which seems to drain well enough and with some hard standing, the appropriate water and waste points and EHU. You can shop at New Mills - walkable along the Goyt Way [allow 45 minutes] and Marple [allow an hour if walking along the Goyt Way]. Both provide good rail links to Manchester and Sheffield - New Mills also links to Buxton. Good bus services as well. You can walk along the Goyt Way, up the Sett Valley and on to Kinder Scout for walks across the moors. All walks include some rough terrain and steep hills. Derbyshire and Cheshire both easily accessible by car or motorhome. The peaceful idyll was broken at 4am when the cock crowed! A CL that I will continue to visit.
Motorhomer from Cheshire

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