Rooley Farm

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Lovely Site

This was a fabulous site, but if you are a Motorhome, do beware, the grass can get very soft and we got stuck despite being at the top of the field and there had not been any rain. We were lucky that a caravaner was able to give us the tug we needed so did not have to pay the £20 fee to be rescued. We were given lots of information and a very warm welcome, a hint about the state of the ground would have saved us the trouble.
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Nice site

Visited this site recently and probably didn't see it at it's best due to the amount of rain before and during our trip. It has everything you need and the views from here are very good. The new house builds close by can cause the approach road to be very congested at times.
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Exceptional

A warm welcome, a top quality CL in every way, what more could you ask for? Our four night stay was nowhere near long enough to do justice to the places of interest in the locality. We need to revisit. Adult only, deep joy, and the best C.E.P. I've used for a very long time. Thank you!
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Brilliant site

We stayed here for 3 nights and loved the site. We found entry to the field simple if you follow the directions to turn at the junction 150m up the road. There are ample electric hookups surrounding the large field with drinking water and grey waste outlets adjacent. We were given a most informative file with all that was needed to enjoy the surrounding area. Being motorhomers we found the hourly bus service perfect for getting to the hub of Halifax bus station even on a Sunday. As an added bonus the drivers are happy for you to flag them down between stops and we were even dropped off at the site gate! This is a great site with lovely views and we shall certainly return.
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A Little Gem

A fabulous site for peace and quiet. A nice walk to the Alma Public House followed by a night cap at The Rushcart Inn made for a good nights sleep. Unfortunatly the following morning my old camper was stuck in the soft ground. £11 camping fee and £20 to be towed out by the local farmer! Not a happy bunny.
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What a gem

Sometimes you just come upon a gem of a site, and this is one such site. A flat site in this area is rare and very handy for local places of interest. Enjoyed!! cycling up Crag vale, the route of the 2014 Tour de France. Dave & Leslie were very welcoming and the site was perfectly kept. As said on one of the other revues, the U turn to the entrance is no problem, just use the next road junction to turn around.

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Ideal Location

We visited this site recently and the first thing that strikes you on driving in are the stunning views. Site is very spacious with lots of variety for pitching,allowing plenty of space between units also 3 water taps combined with hook up and grey water drain. Do not be put off by the U turn to enter site as we found this wasn't a problem. Ideal for visiting Calder Valley with it's many places of interest. 

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Well worth a visit

Stayed for 3 nights in August 2014.   Lesley and David made us very welcome and nothing was too much trouble.   Although it says in the description that you need leveling blocks we found the site to be very flat with water and electric to each van.   Great walking and cycling area.  Bus which passes the site goes into Halifax via Sowerby Bridge every hour and was always on time.   Lovely walk to Hebden Bridge on quiet lanes, footpaths and canal tow path.   We will definitely visit again.  

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