Lower Moorend View

Stoney Lane, Cauldon, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST10 3EP

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Welcome to Lower Moorend View Caravan site.

We are a small family run Certificated Location.

The site is located in little village of Cauldon, just a mile outside Waterhouses off A523.

We offer a family friendly site in peaceful country setting with stunning panoramic views, on the edge of Peak District.

Perfect for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.

Ashbourne, Leek and Cheadle provide a good selection of supermarkets, antique shops and garden centres. Also Alton Towers theme park, Peak wildlife Park and Churnet Valley railway are within an easy reach.

Within a mile from site there is a shop, fish and chip shop and several pubs serving Staffordshire’s finest ales and excellent food.

  • Yew Tree Inn
  • Cross Inn
  • Ye Olde Crown
  • The Red Lion Inn

 Places to visit:

  • Leek, Ashborune, Cheadle
  • Matlock, Matlock Bath, Buxton, Bakewell, Hartington, Ilam
  • Rydyard lake, Biddulph Grange, Tittersworth
  • Carsington, Dove Dale, The Roaches
  • Longsdon Deep Haye Country Park
  • Whiston, Oakamoor (fishing, golf)
  • Alton Towers, Peak Wildlife Park, Churnet Valley
  • Railway, Manifold Valley (cycling track)
  • Cheddelton Flint Mill

 

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
ST10 3EP
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GPS:
Lat 53.038175 / Lon -1.894476
OS field ref:
SK071489
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Leek, Ashbourne
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Immaculate!

This is our second time here and could see how much effort the owners have put in to improve the site . Gated site so you feel secure, lovely block paved hard standIng with grass at the side for awnings. Grass looks newly redone .. green and lush giving a lovely fresh appearance. Each pitch has its own EHU and water so fully serviced. Pitches are marked with cute milk containers with welcome message (nice touch) The site is peaceful and surrounded by lovely views. Sanitiser provides in several locations to help with Covid control. The pub down the road (yew tree) is currently closed due to covid but you can walk to Waterhouse’s. We cycled the manifold trail with our grandson which was a great flat easy ride for young ones. Would recommend and will return!
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Lovely CL

This is a lovely CL in a great location. The owners are very friendly and welcoming. They have recently block paved all the hard standings and put a little milk churn in the corner of each pitch, just to make it look nice, which it does! Also there is a water tap on the EHU pillar on each pitch, which is nice! The toilet is nice and clean. Would definitely revisit this one! (NB: 3 of the 4 pubs mentioned in the description are now closed, 2 due to Covid and 1 permanently, so the only one open atm is the Red Lion, which is about 2.5 miles away. We called in while we were out on a walk).
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What a perfect CL

We have just spent 7 nights at Lower Moorend View after a period of lockdown and it was absolutely delightful. A really clean hard standing level pitch with plenty of room on grass for our awning. Each pitch has its own water tap which was a great facility. Views surrounding the site are stunning. It is also extremely peaceful. I note a negative review mentioning the owners dogs, yes there are two dogs but can honestly say they never caused us any bother whatsoever, we never witnessed them roaming the site and we definitely didn’t hear them barking. Great location for exploring nearby Ashbourne, Bakewell, Derby, Matlock and Buxton. Two toilets for exclusive use which are perfectly adequate and clean. The site hosts Natalie and Dan are so welcoming and whilst new to the caravan business they have personality and welcoming skills in abundance. They just want you to have a perfect time and cannot do enough for you if you ask them. Plenty of hand sanitizer and antiseptic wash in the toilet too, We would definitely visit this site again. Thank you we throughly enjoyed ourselves.
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Well equipped site in lovely location.

We normally disapprove of sites with hard standings laid out in a row, but here they have a beautiful brick surface and are spaced well apart. It was good to have our own water tap as well. There are beautiful views over the Peak District and an intriguing quarry down the road. Natalia gave us a warm welcome and was very helpful. Lots of interesting places around: we particularly enjoyed Cheadle (a bit run down, but two beautiful churches) and Leek. Lovely walks too, especially along the disused railway line from the quarry.

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Beautiful views and a warm welcome

We were made to feel very welcome by Natalia and Dan, during our 3 night stay. They have worked hard during lockdown to improve the site and now have 5 lovely flat hardstanding pitches with EHU and own water supply. There is also a very well maintained toilet block (2 loos). The field is securely walled and fenced and all beautifully maintained. Although close to the quarry, the views across the valley are beautiful. A great place to sit and enjoy the sunset. We know the area pretty well but have never walked in and arounnd Cauldon. It is so pretty with lots of footpaths. It's also very convenient for the Peak District and we stopped off in Ilam and Alton where there is a good, well stocked convenience store. There is also a little shop down the road in Waterhouses. The site is a very short walk from the Yew Tree Inn. Due to Covid-19 this was closed during our stay but re-opens on 1st August. A must visit! We usually try to stay at a different CL each time, but we will definitely be back to this one.

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