We have visited this lovely CL twice now, once in June and have just returned form our second visit. Booking is easy all done via email with prompt replies. Directions to the site are easy to follow from the M1 and the CL sign is visible from the road. The track which leads from the road to the farm is narrow and steep in places, but just take it slowly, and arrive after 12 so the chances of meeting another van are reduced. The CL has five reinforced grass pitches separated by hedges and shrubs so are very private. The layout of the pitches does mean that a motor mover is useful as space to turn is limited, There are views across the valley.The facilities are excellent, fresh and waste water,and the CDP and bins by the gate. There is also a TV point on the EHU and Mick kindly suppliers leads and boxes as the reception is none existent.The phone signal with EE is also very patchy, although you dont have to go far from the site to get a good signal and 4G.
Walking directly from the site is endless, Bow Wood, the High Peak Trail and the Cromford canal are all within a few minutes walk. There is a bus stop at the end of the lane and the station at Cromford is about a mile away. Cromford is a small but busy village and can be reached by walking along the canal towpath, (about a mile) it has a well stocked shop, a butchers, Post Office and 2 fish and chip shops. We also ate at the Boat Inn and the food was very good, it is also dog friendly. This is a lovely CL and has become one our favourites, we will definitely use again when in the area.