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. One of our many Derbyshire caravan sites, this 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.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

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
Plan a route to this site
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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Our stay at New Year

We visited Castleton for the first time over New Year and the site was fantastic. From the friendly welcome to when we left when the warden popped out of the office to save us bring our pass back to the office. Very helpful! The facilities were exceptional and always clean. The Drying Room (although we had good weather) is a real bonus for walkers. The views and the walks are amazing and we can’t wait to return. As the previous reviewer said, when it’s busy definitely recommend booking the pubs in advance for meals as they were very busy. The food was superb everywhere we went! Thanks again to the Castleton team!

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Christmas at Castleton 🌲💕

We have returned from our Christmas break at Castleton. We arrived on Saturday, 28th December and was welcomed by very pleasant wardens who were very helpful. As we have stayed many times they appreciated we knew the pitching up rules. We had a service pitch so that makes life so much easier and we do use our own facilities. However I can say that the facilities on site were very clean. We love being able to not get in the car again once we have pitched up and Castleton is great for this, if you are organised. There are basic food supplies in reception but not sure exactly what as we didn’t need anything. Lovely walks ... it’s Castleton need I say anymore!? All I would say is that if you are planning to eat out at any of the pubs/hotels in the busy holiday periods, book at table in advanced. They get extremely busy. We have a little dog and experienced some fireworks going off New Year’s Eve in the area, not the site. But where don’t you get this? Loved our stay and didn’t want to leave on New Year’s Day. Well done Castleton, we will be back 👌💕
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Excellent site and staff

We have just returned from a weeks stay prior to Christmas. Luckily the weather was mainly dry for us so we did not need to use the drying room on this visit. The showers are always clean, and the wardens are very helpful. In the village the visitor centre/museum is an interesting place to while away a couple of hours, and the Blueberry cafe there is excellent and dog friendly. Also for those with (or without) their four legged friends, try Tillys Tea Rooms, Three Roofs and Rose Cottage as all allow dogs, as do all the pubs other than the Bull. We walked Cavedale and Mam Tor, but not on the same day this time. Its just a beautiful place to holiday.

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Fantastic site and really friendly wardens

I've just got back from a weekend here and I have to say, this is definitely my new favourite place! The site itself is fantastic, the wardens are great and the facilities are spotless. Nice 10 minute walk into Castleton which is handy or 20 minute walk the other way into Hope. I will definitely be returning in the new year as one weekend isn't enough to explore Castleton and all the pubs!
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Wonderful base to explore from

Spent a enjoyable five days here in November. Facilities couldn't be faulted. Everything you need and more - drying room and games room great. Wardens were excellent, friendly and always busy tending to the site. Castleton really good and the caverns are a must. Wonderful walks up to Treak Cliff and Mam Tor and plenty of places easily accessible if you want to travel further afield. On the 'visit again' list.
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01433 620636

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Please Note: Essential pitch refurbishments are being carried out on 6 January 2020 for a week and there may be some site disruption. Additionally there will be some necessary tree works taking place in the week commencing 13th January 2020.