Flagg Hall

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Classic site.

Lovely site, beautiful surroundings, just imagine an idyllic country location and this is what you have. No noise other than the birds and passing horses, great access to the trails and peaks, Buxton 5 minutes away, Ashbourne ten.

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Beautiful site

Stayed here over the new year for 3 nights did not want to go home what a lovely site well kept and beautiful views so relaxing and peaceful lovely walks and not too far from the many places to visit will definetly return
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What A Gem

I first came to this site as a child about 40 yrs ago and now with my family its lovely to make memories of our own. site now has 5 hardstanding pitches along with large grass field pitch where you want as long as your cable will reach. Mavis is always friendly and happy to help in any way she can. This site is in a small village and very quiet working farm and if you ask mavis will take you round the farm

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Acres of Space

We stayed here for 6 nights in early July and had a great time. The site is very spacious, with lots of mature trees giving welcome shade in the hot weather. Flagg is a quiet little village with no facilities. Mrs Mycock, the owner, is very helpful and easy going. It was great watching the farm's 200 dairy cows coming up the lane next to the site for milking twice a day.There's lots to do in the area: we did a lot of cycling on the Trails in the area, but there are a number of pretty steep hills too! Bakewell and Buxton are close by, as is Chatsworth House. It's a very beatiful and relaxing place for a stay.

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Great Rural Retreat

Well kept site and owner very helpful. Lovely countryside and area. The towns of Bakewell and Buxton are close by. This site is a working dairy farm and great seeing the cows coming in for milking. Good walking area. Certainly would visit again.

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Lovely weeks holiday

Lovely well kept site, loads to di in the area, will be back again next year
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Farm Festivities

Had a wonderful New Year break at Flagg Hall, very pleasant location on the front of Flagg house which hid the majority of the farm outbuildings , the views across the village and farmland were wonderful. Being a working farm there was some early morning noise and of course the normal farmyard smells which country folk take in their stride and talking of stride there is plenty of walks from the site and further a field. This is a site that we would enjoy to come back to in the future.
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A Wonderful CL

This is a wonderful CL, set in the very well maintained grounds in front of Flagg Hall. The owner Mrs Mycock is, as has been previously mentioned, very friendly and not at all intrusive.  Easy approach and access to a very spacious site, offering hard standing and grass pitches with all the required facilities for a CL. Stunning countryside all around. Plenty of local footpaths and quiet country lanes to walk. A lovely quiet site with just the sound of owls and foxes after dark. Loved to see and hear the herd of dairy cows on the farm. We will be returning to this superb site in the future.
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Little bolt hole

First time on this site and it won't be the last, read the previous reviews and had intrepidation about the access, COMPLETELY UNFOUNDED. Car and van length is 52ft (twin axle and 4x4) no problems what so ever getting in and out!, very quiet at night, nice listening to the owls, foxes and the occasional cattle....unobtrusive warden, only saw Mrs Mycock when I needed to settle my dues for the stay, thanks
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Great CL

This was our second visit to this CL and it ticks all the boxes for us.  Peaceful, spacious, walks from site, beautiful views and Mrs. Mycock is a  friendly but not obtrusive owner.  Situated just a mile off the A515 between the towns of Buxton, Bakewell and Ashbourne.  The Tissington Trail, High Peak Trail, Lathkill Dale, Biggin Dale, Wolfscote Dale all superb walking close by.  Lovely small villages, Monyash, Youlgreave with good pubs and food. Access is good.  We are relatively novice caravanners but had no problem accessing or leaving the site.  We love this area and would highly recommend this site for the reasons above and many more.  Looking forward to our next visit soon.
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