3 Manor Farm Cottages

Conisbrough, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN12 2AJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

A quiet site alongside my home on a working farm. Pets and children welcome. The site is off the road surrounded by open fields, has a central driveway, is part sloping but suitable for motorhomes. A dog walk leading to a garden centre with dining.  Attractions nearby include golf courses, Consbrough Castle, Brodsworth Hall and Cusworth Hall, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster Races, Lakeside Village, Cycle paths.

Facilities on site ...

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

Prices

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0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
DN12 2AJ
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GPS:
Lat 53.47522 / Lon -1.221275
OS field ref:
SK518979
OS map ref:
111

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Conisbrough
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Very pleasant welcome

3 Manor Farm Cottages
Very pleasant welcome from Yvonne who informed us of walks etc in the area. Large farm yard opposite site so no problem in pulling onto it, walk across the road to open gates and then, when traffic is clear (a passenger would be beneficial as an extra pair of eyes) , drive across the road (perhaps the left side hedge could be lowered a little). Ramps needed on one side of van. Simple modest site with nicely kept grass. Traffic can be noisy. We had a lot of rain during our overnight stay and became bogged down, fortunately the friendly farmer across the road helped us off the field.

curlytail

Reviewed on 24/10/2023 23:38

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3 Manor Farm Cottages
I've just had another long weekend at this site and I just want to say that some previous reviews are misleading. Yvonne the owner knows a lot about the area and is very approachable. She does not make a fuss but is there if you need her. The entrance to the site is on a main road but using common sense and following Yvonne's instructions to pull in opposite and then open the gates before entering it is quite safe. There is some traffic noise but you are staying on a working farm, not in the middle of nowhere.. I have a dog and you only have to walk down the road to the entrance to the field about 50metres away and it is quite easy. You do not have to walk down the main road to get into Conisbrough, just walk up the field and there are paths all the way down that are very accessible bringing you out near the castle grounds. The site is very well maintained, clean and tidy and the Elsan point is spotless.

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Campervanner

Reviewed on 05/09/2023 14:12

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Dangerous exit and entry

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Just to warn caravaners that the entrance opposite and exiting the site is really dangerous as blind bends on both ways .Can see an accident waiting to happen. Which is a shame as the owner greeted us as soon as we arrived and the site was very tidy,but we had our hearts in our mouth as we pulled out of the site and entering it,we were on tender hooks every time

mickyp

Caravanner

Reviewed on 14/07/2023 15:20

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Noisy SITE

3 Manor Farm Cottages
Just spent few nights on this noisY site furthest pitch is less than 50 yards from busy road, arriving leaving you need to be carefull as 50 yds either way of entrance are blind corners, Dont try walking into town, not far, but a very busy road with no pavements for first 200 yards. All in all, a good site to avoid

wr1ggley

Reviewed on 27/06/2023 19:53

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Ideal stop off site for A1(M) North and South

3 Manor Farm Cottages
Ideal site for travelling north or south on the A1(M). Pleasant, lawned slightly sloping area with basic facilities—water, Elsan, etc. Blocks needed for levelling, however some are available on site. We booked in on our way north to Manchester and Yvonne was most accommodating. Be aware that you need to pull into the farm access road opposite before opening the field gate; you then get a straight run into the site. The access is on a sharp bend so care is required. There is a walk across the fields to a garden centre (not tried as we were only there for one night) and there is a Fish and Chip restaurant at the bottom of the hill in Conisburgh. Small Sainsbury’s in town and the usual small town shops. Highly recommended and we didn’t have too much of a problem with road noise - we’ve stayed on worse!! We feel £16 per night including EHU is acceptable and some charge far more for the same facilities.

Jacal

Caravanner

Reviewed on 11/06/2023 20:17

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