Happy with the site, the only downside - which is not the fault of the site - is that we ended with 2 sisters who played their radio loud, had voices like foghorns, got very drunk and laughed and talked very loudly until 1am. The owner tried quite hard to quieten them down about midnight but didn't really succeed. Toilet were clean, plenty of paper and hand sanitiser everywhere.
Lovely site. Very friendly gentleman who came round for your pitch fees. He was always busy working on bits to the site. Very clean toilets. Lovely outside bar behind the site. Lovely meals and great beer. Only a couple of miles from Hartington if you fancy a different pub / change of scenery. Thank you so much for a great weekend, I would defiantly come again :-)
There isn’t much here besides a portacabin with a loo and a cold tap (soap and toilet paper are provided), and an outside washing up area with a cold tap over a plastic trough to use as a sink and a wooden surface to set your things on. Fires are allowed providing they are up off the ground and metal drums are provided to put your fires in/on. There are no showers, no hot water and no electrical hookups. It costs £5 per person per night and under 5s are free. There is no reception and you can just pitch up and the warden will come around at about 4pm each day to collect the money. Nobody is allowed to pitch up after 9pm. It costs the same amount to stay in a tent or a caravan but an awning costs an extra £1 per night. The field is nice and big so, even for a weekend/week in August, we were able to pitch up away from others and weren’t disturbed by their noise. The south side of the field doesn’t have good drainage so I would avoid camping near the edges on that side in poor weather. The north side of the field has a steep drop of about 5 metres down towards the stream so young children would need to be supervised closely in that area.…
Not a lot here - basic toilets & sink etc. but very cheap to stay - also close access to the manifold valley and the village of hartington which also is worth a visit. pub just of the camp site for food and beer within walking distance.
A basic little site (ideal for D of E) which is very reasonably priced. The site is essentially one large field - on a very gentle slope, but there are plenty of flat spots to pitch your tent. The site is kept very clean and the grass cut short. No open fires are allowed but there are upturned oil drums you can use to place your BBQ’s on. There are two outdoor washing up areas and a small, clean toilet block (no showers). You’re right next to a pub (The Manifold Inn) and there’s plenty of lovely walks in this area.