Halsteads Farm

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Really enjoyed our stay

A gently sloping field, with gravel pitches well spaced, and superb views across to Pendle hill, marred only slightly by the towers of the cement works. A toilet and shower were nice touches, the latter requiring tokens from the farmhouse, which we didn't use. Hook-ups to each pitch, and water and waste easily accessible. This is a working farm so expect the usual sounds, and with the milking parlour directly behind the caravans, perhaps louder than usual, but nothing intrusive. The elderly owner was delightful, and we would certainly stay here again.

Aggie Pirate

Caravanner

Reviewed on 05/08/2021 21:45

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5 night stay July 2021 Good value.

Very good value for price. Toilet and shower very clean. Nice view of Pendle Hill from our pitch. pitches well spaced out. I found it quite easy to access the site by going into Chatburn and taking the road out to Grindleton and turning left toward West Bradford with the site on your right as you approach it.

sailortailor

Caravanner

Reviewed on 14/07/2021 13:17

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5 night stay July 2021 Good value.

Very good value for price. Very clean toilet and shower. Nice views across to Pendle Hill.

sailortailor

Caravanner

Reviewed on 14/07/2021 13:02

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Mixed feelings

Access to village over single track bridge and then roads in village quite narrow with tight turn to negotiate , take care if you have long outfit . Site entrance is fine and pitches (h/standing ) ok , only slightly sloping . Views from pitches beautiful with Pendle hill right in front of you and cement works off to one side , so no problem . Big barn behind pitches which had sheep in at night (not too bad ) but most mornings 6.30 onwards , farmer was driving , revving and shunting tractor about til about 9 am . Toilet clearly marked but basic (no hot water ) , shower next door (not used) also basic and coin meter to it on outer wall round the corner ! Couple times a hot air balloon was set up and took off from field right in front of us , which was fun to watch but some of the "followers" came onto pitches and stood right in front of caravans to take fotos . Water tap just past the toilet/shower but elsan point further down the drive up a ramp and set in small , very smelly pipe between hedges . Site is very well placed for visiting all around local area , loads picturesque villages nearby as well as larger towns .

waz51

Caravanner from Staffordshire

Reviewed on 27/12/2019 17:12

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Lovely site, great location

Stayed here for 2 nights at the weekend. Very nice, clean, well looked after site. Good hard standing pitches. Slightly sloping but easy enough to level. Great location, just off the road, easy to walk to Waddington/Clitheroe. As a working farm there was a lot of noise from the animals in the barn directly behind the pitch but this didn't bother us, in fact we found it quite amusing - they quieten down at night! Toilet and shower room very well sign posted, clean and practical. Good recycling facilities. Nice views from the pitches -yes the cement works is in view but it is part of the landscape. Great area for walking. All in all an excellent site for £12.50 per night, would recommend and will visit again.

ME Johnson

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Reviewed on 11/03/2019 12:01

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nice & relaxing

The site is slightly slopping good views , you can avoid looking at cement works in distance by poisoning van at a slight angle. Toilets clean and plenty of room in shower at 50p for 8min a bargain overall. It is excellent for walking or cycling into Clitheroe 2 m away. 3 pubs in Waddington approx. 1m first 2 ok good food pricey. one up by the church is a good pub very good home made pies and beer at reasonable price. Very pleasant area to go around.

edd 1

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 15/06/2018 18:03

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Ok, but...

We stayed one night here. Owners were friendly but not overly forthcoming about facilities. The hardstanding areas are mostly just grass as they have become overgrown and most pitches are on a slope. Surface was quite waterlogged and muddy. Single loo and shower were basic but clean - token needed for shower. Site is listed as having a drive over waste point but this didn't seem to be the case. As its a working farm there are the expected noises and smells as the site is immediately next to the byre. The view is dominated by Pendle Hill in the distance and also unfortunately a large cement works nearer to the site.

JCH16

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 06/04/2018 19:22

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Peace and quiet

If you want a peaceful site in lovely countryside with lots of local walks this is the place for you. Owners friendly when you see them. Facilities fine and all worked well. Perhaps a bit of tourist info would be more helpful.

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Disappointed

Having read previous reviews we wondered whether we were on the same CL! We had pre-booked by telephone and arrived late at night. Having found the farmhouse and barking dogs we had difficulty in locating the field in the dark as there were no direction signs and nobody at home. There was no motorhome service point that we could find and the hardstandings were neglected and overgrown. We did not use the toilet or showers. Chemical disposal was a crude wooden funnel with a broken lid. On the third day we finally managed to contact the owner who had apparently returned from holiday. Very disappointing.

Reviewed on 01/10/2017 14:58

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Good site for motorhome

Paid our money never saw anybody again. Toilet clean Shower good ,but you have to put token in 50p for 8min from farm( out side shower big red arrow to put token in). Plenty of hooks in shower mirror towel rail and a bench.. Good views nice 30min walk to 3 pubs along quirt road with a few pavements pubs dog friendly in the lovely village of Wallington. First one mainly food . 2nd one down hill on left more of a pub but do food. Beautiful area even if it was very showery. no trouble getting motor home on and off. will be back

edd 1

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 12/06/2017 17:23

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