Castleton Caravan Club Site (REF : LOS)

Castleton, Derbyshire, S33 8WB

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Castleton Club Site is situated within a bowl at the heart of the Peak National Park and boasts beautiful views. The caravan site is ideally suited for all interests and seasons, with each pitch being all-weather and local shops open all year round. The Christmas period is particularly spectacular, with town streets awash with festive lights and late night shopping for those last minute treats. There are a variety of pubs to choose from in the local village as well.

Castleton Club Site has easy access to all kinds of fun outdoor activities for the family to enjoy, such as rock climbing, potholing, biking and horse riding. The area offers endless lovely landscapes to stroll in at your leisure, including the dramatic Winnatt's Pass, Mam Tor and Ladybower Reservoir. The village of Castleton, dominated by the ruins of William the Conqueror's Peveril Castle from which it gets its name, is a convenient half a mile away. It's hard to imagine another caravan site that can offer such a selection of natural and historical features. All in all, the entire area promises an unforgettable holiday getaway.

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk on site
  • Dog washing area
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Gold

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Walking notes:

The Peak District National Park and High Peaks offer outstanding walking. The Great Ridge is an easy walk over and beyond the area's most fascinating hill - Mam Tor.

Supermarket notes:

The closest is Morrisons in Chapel-en-le-Frith, approx. 8 miles from the site.

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Directions

Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. Winnatts Pass is unsuitable for caravans and motorhomes. From East (Chesterfield): turn onto the A619 (signposted Bakewell). In about 9 miles at the roundabout in Baslow turn right at the second exit onto the A623. In about 7 miles turn right onto B6049 (signposted Bradwell, Castleton). At the T-Junction turn left onto the A6187. The site is on the right in 2 miles. From the West: leave A6 (Chapel-en-le-Frith - Buxton) onto the A623 continue past first signpost for Castleton, at Sparrowpit (as it leads to Winnatts Pass), In about 6 miles turn left onto the B6049 (signposted Bradwell, Castleton); then as above from East.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
S33 8WB
GPS:
Lat 53.34784 / Lon -1.76752
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OS field ref:
SK155834
OS map ref:
110
Handbook map ref:
H8

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Hope, Hathersage, Bakewell and Sheffield
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest park and ride: Sheffield
  • Nearest train station: Hope
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Great location for walks

We stayed for a week and enjoyed walking the local hills and Ladybower reservoir. Castleton is good for pubs and a bit of shopping. Only negative for us was the tree over the pitch. It dropped its kernels on the caravan roof all day and night, they were real noisy!!
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Amazing site, but to noisey!

Just back today, clean tidy site, didn't use the facility's, perfect location for walks and the village, Lovely friendly hard working wardens and despite my next paragraph we will return, but at the top of the site. BUT, If you have children or just want a good nights sleep go somewhere else, and I know its not the clubs fault, but the Castleton - Hope road is like a racetrack! cars and motorbikes screaming along at all hours and at all speeds. Where are the police!! Couple that with the usual dogs constantly barking its one of the nosiest breaks we have had. We were on pitch 70, how the poor people sited at the road side slept a wink is a mystery.

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One of the best

Stayed for 3 nights. Site was clean, staff were friendly and there was loads of room to park the 'van'. Even though in the middle of the summer school holidays, the site was quiet which was great as our dog isn't that 'friendly'! Being within walking distance of the lovely village where there were plenty of places to eat was a bonus. Definitely be back.
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Great site, great location

Stayed here for three nights in August, but wish we'd booked for longer. The site is on the outskirts of Castleton Village, five minutes walk from the neared pub and 10 from the farthest (of six!). It's a small site but appears smaller due to partitioning by trees, by which it's surrounded. We were on a serviced pitch which, on this site, is a small separate area again. Our pitch was far from the road, so we weren't bothered at all by road noise. We arrived in heinous weather and endured more during our stay, but the pitch shrugged it off easily. But once the rain cleared we were met with beautiful views of Lose Hill and Mam Tor (along which we had an excellent trek). Facilities are as spotless as I've come to expect, and the village is superbly picturesque with most pubs dog-friendly. It also has the usual range of gift and tourist-tat shops, along with a lovely delicatessen/bakery which seems to sell everything one might want. On the opposite side of the valley from Mam Tor, the picturesque ruins of Peveril Castle overlook the village. We were smitten by the area and by the site, and want to return as soon as holidays allow.

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Beautiful site in a wonderful location

We enjoyed 3 nights wonderful nights on this beautiful Club site which is enthusiastically and passionately maintained by the wardens. All the facilities were 1st class and spotless throughout and the location is perfect for walking, running, local caves, castle and the lovely village of Castleton 10 mins walk away. We enjoyed the 6 Pubs and the local bakery which is a must when stopping either for your morning warm bread and paper or afternoon treats. While staying here we visited Sheffield on the bus which is at the site entrance, there was also a train station at Hope which is 1 1/2 miles away. The double Decker bus gave us great views of the local scenery and the skills of the driver as he negotiated the narrow lanes and streets. Will be back as there is so much to do from the site without getting in your vehicle.
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