Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

A Treasure.

When you find a site like this I sometimes think, should I share it with anybody else. If it became too popular I might not be able to get back in! But I don't caravan every day of the year so I do need to share this site. It has no mains hook up but this is not a hardship. It does mean that pitching is flexible as your not restricted to go within 25m of a hook up post. The site is very gently sloping and is just surrounded by fields, at the time of our visit full of young lambs and their mothers. No roads can be seen and you will be hard pushed to hear any traffic noise but the access road to the site is not narrow in any way, we came in from the south from Ashby de la Zouch. We were here over a bank holiday weekend and stayed for 3 nights. During two of the days we walked from the caravan and did portions of the National Forest Way, the whole area is covered with a good number of public footpaths. On our rest day we visited Calke Abbey (an NT property) very close by and then went to Staunton Harold to the Ferris Centre (crafts) and a garden center. One evening we went out to Melbourne to the fish and chip shop in the center of the town, these were delicious.
Caravanner from Leicestershire

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