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"Gentle strolls and more challenging climbs can both be enjoyed near this Club Site."
If you enjoy walking, you'll love our Club Site at Hayfield. At the foot of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park, its lovely Derbyshire location is the ideal place for gentle strolls or more challenging climbs. A predominance of tents and no caravans makes this a very special campsite.NEW - Camping Pods. Find out more.
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Every time I visit Hayfield I’m reminded of those heroes who took part in the Mass
Trespass near here and kept the British countryside open for all of us to enjoy. - John Preston
Known as 'the gateway to Kinder', Hayfield is at the foot of the Kinder Massif, the southern-most point of the Pennine Chain.The Peak District is famous for its walking. From Hayfield you can follow the Sett Valley Trail - a two-and-a-half mile walking and cycling route - or a take a ridge ramble up Lantern Pike.The Blue John Cavern at Castleton holds eight varieties of Blue John Stone and you can explore these amazing caverns. The shop sells items made from the stone, hand-made by local craftsmen.Buxton is known for its waters and the Buxton Festival of literature, opera and music in July.Chatsworth House is set in a 1,000 acre park and recently starred in the film Pride and Prejudice.The Chestnut Centre Conservation and Wildlife Park is home to otters and owls for a family day out.Holmfirth, the setting for the BBC's Last of the Summer Wine, hosts a Folk Festival in the spring.Dunge Valley Rhododendron Gardens feature rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, acers and the blue poppy.Lyme Park was originally a Tudor house until the Venetian Architect Leoni turned it into an Italianate palace in the early 18th Century. It has an adventure playground for youngsters and is managed by the National Trust.
The Club has been a champion of the right to access to the countryside. In 1932, Club members took an active part in the mass tresspass on Kinder Scout – a highly political act which forced the government to take public access seriously.
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Kevin Nelson, Joan Nelson
having just purchased my motorhome this was the first camping break weve ever taken but in doubt i could have found a better site than this the warden was extremely helpful and the site and facilities were just to our liking having never camped before i cant compare this site to any other but if they are all as good as this one then i cant wait to try them.
DATE STAYED: June 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
Fantastic site an hour from home so will def be revisiting. The access through Hayfield is ok but be aware a Cpl of tight points in the village especially when cars parked on both sides of road. Site extremely clean, shower block n toilets spotless. Wifi if you need to hire for a Cpl of quid per day. Superb walks from the site even for our 3 and 5yo's. We went in may and spent a Cpl of hrs helping toads (16!) cross the road a few yds from the site. Picturesque 2 mile walk along river to Hayfield which fields great pubs.
Simply a great long weekend, I just wish some families would rein in their sprogs at night, playing hide n seek tripping over guide lines of other peoples tents while mums n dads sit getting lashed is one way to get me mad. Give the site staff due credit they clamped down on the kids kicking a leather ball around the tents. It does say on site rules no ball games yet several families deemed it didn't apply to them. Knuckleheads
DATE STAYED: May 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
Excellent site with very helpful staff,local village within easy stroll,where there are plenty of pubs serving food etc,plus a chippy and a few village type shops.The town of New Mills a short drive away which has a lovely park and river walk.
DATE STAYED: April 2013
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Had a long weekend with the mrs and young boys over easter staying in a camping pod. Had a lovely time boys enjoyed on site playground and eating meal on our own picnic table. staff wonderful very helpful they even got us restarted when car battery failed. showers are hot and powerful and there is amassive family/disabled washroom which made things very easy. kinder scout is literally on your doorstep so is ideal for walkers cyclists etc will return when the weather warms up!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
To start with, the staff couldn't be more friendly and helpful, the facilities were immaculate and the site itself very pleasant. The local village is charming and happens to be the venue for filming 'The Village'.
We have a new Kalahari 10 tent only used for 4 days prior to this holiday. Trying to pitch the tent was made very difficult due to the thin soil, covering rock. Half a dozen pegs were ruined trying to knock them in and about 10 more couldn't be fully hammered in.
On top of this, the valley the site is in acted as a wind tunnel. This resulted in 60mph winds battering the tent. Outside of the valley and on top of the hills (so we were told) it was no more that a stiff breeze. Eventually, the day after we arrived, 2 poles were burst by the winds and we had to pack up and come home.
I would recommend that anyone with a large tent think very carefully before attending this sight, which is a pity because in good weather (and more top soil!) this would be a beautiful site. I have said I wouldn't recommend the site to a friend because of the rocky nature of the site and me being a tent user. For those with motor homes I would highly recommend it.
As a couple with a dog this site has proved perfect. It would be hard to beat at any other site.The team at the site are outstanding -helpful -friendly -knowledgeable. always willing to help if they can.The site and amenaties are always spotless as to are the drying room and washing machine.The shop is well stocked with local produce and practical items. Always able to buy something that Rick hasn't got yet and the staff join in with our childish humour in an accomodating manner. This site is a must for new and used campers. Always assured of a warm welcome.We were also pleased to win the "Golden Jubilee" fancy dress comp.
Arranged by the team on site.Long may reign.
DATE STAYED: August 2012
Just returned today from Hayfield after many trips over a number of years, this time to one of the newly installed camping pods. These are very welcome for cold weather camping, however at Hayfield they have been poorly sited, away from the car, a fair trek away from the water taps, and in the other field to the back packing facilities! This makes cooking and drying a very damp affair, especially after a weekend like this.
One hint for all camping pods, self inflating sleep mats aren't thick enough to cushion when you are used to the comfort of grass.
The welcome extended by the team there is excellent, and we can't wait to return!
PS we used a camping pod, which is not an option under your details!
DATE STAYED: October 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Peaceful break
Just boked our third visit this year! Wonderful site lovely setting in the Kinder valley.excellent for walking or cycling. Secluded and quiet with campsite gates leading directly into the woods and surrounding hills. The amenities are spotless and the whole area extremely well cared for. Numerous walks of variable length and difficulty start either within the site or just outside. The managers have a wealth of local knowledge not only on the walks and wlking conditions in the vicinity but in the much wider beautiful Peak District.
HAVE JUST COMPLETED OUR FIRST EVER CAMPING TRIP AND AT THE AGE OF 60 WE ARE CERTAINLY LATE STARTERS. WE SPENT A LONG WEEKEND AT HAYFIELD AND IF THIS SITE WAS IN THE OLYMPICS IT CERTAINLY WOULD HAVE WON GOLD. THE SITE IS SITUATED IN A BEAUTIFUL SPOT WITH GOOD WALKS, PUBS AND VILLAGE FACILITIES BUT IT IS THE STAFF THAT MAKES THIS SITE WITH THEIR FRIENDLY SMILE AND WARM WELCOME ON ARRIVAL, THE VERY HIGH CLEANLINESS STANDARDS THAT THEY ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN AND THEIR EFFORT TO MAKE YOUR STAY ENJOYABLE. HAYFIELD SETS THE BAR HIGH I HOPE OTHER SITES WE VISIT GET SOMEWHERE CLOSE. THANK YOU FOR A GREAT STAY AND LOOK FORWARD TO GOING BACK .
DATE STAYED: September 2012
this is a gem of a site in a stunning location.the site is superbly run and very friendly.Stayed there for a couple of nights with my wife and we had a wonderful time.The site was very busy due to the great weather.
The village is within easy walking distance and has some lovely pubs with great food.
We will definately be back for a longer stay
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Difficult
Having just visited Hayfield for the first time,we were immediately impressed by the warmth and friendliness of the staff.To say they were helpful would be an understatement.The site itself was clean and level,just what we wanted.The facilities were spotless and the toilet block was immaculate..The local countryside was awesome and we didn,t drive our car for the 5 days we were there,smashing.
Will definitely be going there again.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break
We were welcomed by a lovely lady. She was welcoming and friendly . The site is well kept I say is and not was because I am still here. The facilities are new and very clean. The site is well placed for walkers and people touring I would recommend this lovely place to anyone .
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
This is my first review but I have stayed at lots of campsites, this one is my favourite for all the reasons others have pointed out in previous reviews. The hardstanding was reassuring but actually the site, although next to running water, is very well drained and has excellent paths - we are always worried about sinking!
The only thing that hasn't been mentioned is the gardening! Wardens are obviously keen gardeners and share the herbs that they grow for all to help themselves to - excellent - please continue with this.
Would have liked to see recycling facilities but we just washed our recyclables and took them home with us - possibly that is easier for us to do than for the site.
We will be back - thank you.
DATE STAYED: July 2012
I stayed at this site recently (25/07/2012) during a visit while working in the area.
I was full of a cold and was just glad to escape the city and relax in the peacefulness of the site.
Admittedly I was worried that when a site has a play park, even although I have kids myself, experiences have left us disliking sites as of other kids misbehaving. However, although there were plenty kids on site they were having great fun, and being honest after a walk into the village and back. Stopping off at the nearby "The Sportsman" public house for my evening meal. When I returned to my tent I was soon asleep.
I will return with my family as the surrounding countryside was lovely to see. I am a scotsman, and yes the highlands have some amazing scenery. However Hayfield is so peaceful, sheltered and clean with a warm welcome that I would recommend this to any visitor.
The shop carries all the basics you need and I also witnessed Dave, one of the campsite wardens helping a family to put up their tent.
It may be near to Manchester, but it is closer to the flowing hills of the Peak District. I found it by accident, but it was a lucky fid indeed. Enjoy.
Would just like to take the oppertunity to thank all the staff at Hayfield.
Me and my wife have camped all over Britain for many years, on good and bad sites,but this rates as one of the best.
The staff were helpfull and friendly and not regimental as we have seen on other sites.The site caters for everybody and the walks from site are great even for somebody who has walked the area on many occasions like myself.
The toilet blocks and other facilities are what stood out for us as they were extremly clean and the showers were a perfect temperature. All in all cant wait to go back.
DATE STAYED: June 2012
Great campsite in easy walking distance of the Pennine Way and Kinder Scout.
Staff were really friendly and helpful, we were advised where to pitch to avoid the (rather forceful) wind.
The toilets and showers are very clean and the showers were warm. The office doubles up as a shop selling basic food and camping supplies and freshly baked cakes.
In the other direction to Kinder is Hayfield village, with pubs and village shops. We'd recommend the Royal Hotel for food.
We stayed 3 nights over the Jubilee weekend. The site has a forest like, almost secluded setting. The site was not too difficult to access with a trailer (Conway Cruiser). There are many parked cars in the village but take it steady and it's not a problem. We had a lovely welcome from the staff and were shown to our grass pitch with electric that was fairly level as all the pitches are. There are hard standing pitches available as well as a few camping pods. The facilities are very modern as they were revamped this year. The shower/toilet block includes a family bathroom and laundry. We never had to wait for a shower even with the site full. They were exceptionally clean at all times. The elctric hook-up and water supply are all modern and well situated. There is a backpackers room that anyone can use to dry clothes, make use of lockers, indoor food prep and a covered BBQ area and picnic benches. This is a good spot for walkers and an ideal base for exploring the local area. We had days out in Buxton, Matlock and Chester Zoo (1hr15min away). Highly recommended site.
Beautiful, peaceful site, facilities excellent. short walk along the river into the town. The George highly recommended. also accept dogs.
DATE STAYED: May 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Staff lovely and beautiful views. Facilities basic but new, clean and perfectly adequate. Very pleasant stay and will definitely return. Nearest pub was ok but a better meal was had at The George in the main village, for a more reasonable price.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break
We stayed here for a weekend. We were offered a choice of pitch for our tent with electric hook up. We were next to the river and it was loudly flowing with all the recent rain but just added to our sense of being in the country side. The staff were friendly and always spoke when passing. The site facilities were clean and well maintained. The washing up area is outdoors but covered. Although we didn't use it there was a warm room for campers to eat, dry clothes and lockers were also provided. The site shop had all the basics including milk, bread and fresh eggs and on arrival we were even offered a delivered newspaper each morning. The site is surrounded by walks and a book of walks of varying lengths is available in the site shop. There are a couple of pubs just along from the site which allow dogs and serve good food. The only downside to the weekend was the severe wind which brought about our tents downfall and our hasty retreat on the sunday morning. But of course no-one has control of the weather we will just be mindful for future camping trips to check the forecast not only for rain. We will certainly return to Hayfield and hopefully be able to pay more attention to the surrounding area rather than keeping the tent on the ground.
DATE STAYED: April 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Active break
It is the site managers that make this site what it is. They are incredibly cheerful, friendly, patient and informative and we were very appreciative of the efforts that they made to make our stay so enjoyable.
The site has a lot to offer. Great walks, good pubs nearby, easy access to public transport and services to Stockport/Manchester and a wealth of other activities within easy reach.
It is other users that let the site down. It is a stunningly beautiful and quiet location, yet people insist on "sharing" their music and having to shout above the noise of it. Likewise, with children running around playing, why do people need to drive at speed through the site?
Planning a trip during possibly the wettest April we had images of waterlogged pitches and a soggy campsite - we were very wrong! We the pick of the area as to where to pitch, the site appeared well drained and there was no pitching on soaking wet muddy ground. The staff were very accomodating and friendly, always having a smile or a nod and gave reccomendations on places to eat (The George is very good - dog and family friendly). In the site shop our daughter was even given a sneaky chocolate treat. The site is very well based for a walking holiday - we discovered a lovely walk up to the resivour up and over the hill and back into Hayfield, about 4 miles - easily done by us, even with a hefty toddler in the back carrier - information on walks didn't seem readily available (maybe we weren't looking in the right places) so definately look up routes before you go! Even in the wettest of weather this site and the location was excellent - hope to return in the future!
What a gem of a site. Our first visit and it won't be our last. Staff were friendly and hepful from the start. We were shown one site and offred others if it was't suitable.
There was a lovely new play area for young children, gates were always kept shut hence chikdren could play safely.
There were brand new toilet and shower facilities.
Plently of walking in the area, we didn't move our car for 5 days. Pubs with godd beer and foo very close by and at least 2 that let dogs in.
Really lovely site, will definately be returning for a longer stay next time. Great base for walking and cycling. Nicely situated within walking distance of the town of hayfield, with a few pubs, shops and a chemist. Fantastic walks up to kinder scout and kinder reservoir. Nice little park for kids. Toilets as said before dated, but very clean and spotless. Wardens very friendly and helpful, little shop selling essentials, amazing home made lemon drizzle cake! Nice new hard standing pitches. Really pretty location. Drive in wasn't too bad in motorhome, roads a bit tight due to double parked vehicles, but not really a problem. All in all a very pleasant little campsite.
DATE STAYED: October 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
This was our first stay on a C&C club site and found the greeting at the reception really welcoming. The staff were really helpful in advising us about our store tent especially as the weather wasn't brilliant. Other people on the site were friendly. The site is close to a few pubs in Hayfield and even though there isn't a cash machine in the village the pubs offer cashback. We timed our stay with the Hayfield Show which had a few displays plus some sheep dog trials. A fab day out for all the family. All in all we would definitely stay there again!!
DATE STAYED: September 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
This was our first visit to a C&CC site, and we were very impressed by the welcome we received plus the helpfulness of the wardens. The site itself is clean and well-run, although the toilets could do with some refurbishment.
Nearby Sportsman pub very dog-friendly, even when we were all wet and muddy.
We will definitely be coming back here, despite the fact that it is only 20 minutes drive from our home! We hope all the other sites are as good as this.
DATE STAYED: August 2011
The staff were brilliant and had good local knowledge they set the tone for the whole holiday. The site was very clean and friendly. It was our first time to the area and we will definitely be back again. We would recommend the site and the only negative comment has already been posted before and that is that the toilet block does need updating, especially ensuring the toilet doors allow for privacy. That said it did not detract from the wonderful week we had at the site.
Really nice campsite in great location for walking in the hills, pubs & visiting local towns, (but no bank or cash point in Hayfields so take cash with you). Friendly & helpful staff and good, clean facilities (showers were free, 20p for the hairdryer). For backpackers there was even a heated hut and drying room. 3mins walk down the road was 'Kinder Kitchen' where we had a really nice sausage, egg & bacon sandwich for breakfast. Very minor downsides - the hot water tends to run out so by the time I had my shower late morning the shower was only luke warm and I found it a shame that we couldn't choose our pitch, but I would definitely go back there again.
Staff were welcoming and had a good local knowledge. Were offered a choice of pitches. Facilities very spotless. Our children (6 and 4) enjoyed the play area and had enough space to play with friends that they made. There is a play area on the way to the village that is suitable for older children.
Prior to our visit we were very much looking forward to staying at this site after reading the very positive previous reviews. After a pleasent welcome, we were taken to our pitch (or seemingly) to find that despite booking well in advance, no pitches had actually been allocated, which was a little disappointing. The site also had a fairly major issue with flies and midges, which was quite annoying as you can imagine. One of our party awoke one morning with more than 100 bites, despite using a number of repelants! However this site was very conveniently located for the village of Hayfield, which is a very nice village. Also we enjoyed a really nice meal at the Sportsman pub, highly recommended. One other point of note regarding the location. It seems this site is right on the flight path to Manchester airport, therefore dont expect much peace and quiet, day or night. Overall we wouldnt recommend this site, and probably will not revisit ourselves.
DATE STAYED: July 2011
Excellent holiday site Good walking area and the site has a good childrens playground. Some facilities are dated but clean. Warm wlecome and plenty of space on the pitches. We even had the excitement of a visit from the Air Ambulance to take a camper to hospital. Fortunately he was not too badly injured in a fall outside the site
Hayfield has recently had hook up and hard standing installed for 2011. We didnt have hook up and really didnt need it for the 3 night stay, but it is great to have it as an option.
Good size pitch for our Outwell Nevada tent and extension, pleasantly quiet and relaxing albeit the start of the school holidays.
Very friendly and helpful Wardens. Toilet block dated as other reviews have said, but the cleanliness was first class & the Wardens have evidently so much pride in the place and keep it to a high standard.
Journey through the village is on very narrow road hence no caravans. Lovely stroll into village by the river, fantastic hostelries to quench ones thirst after a hard days cycling on the Pennine Trail, or if you prefer a gentle stroll to Kinder Reservoir. Great base for activity holiday, short or long stay equally.
Some reviews mention aircraft noise, it didnt bother us at all, hardly noticed it. The loudest noise was we experienced on this campsite was the gaggle of low flying migrating geese! Fantastic!
Absolutely nothing negative to say and we will definitely be going be back very soon.
Fantasic site. Staff very friendly and nothing too much trouble. Local pub nearby (the sportsman) allowed dogs in, which is very handy.will visit site again.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups
A great base for walking holidays. The Dark Peaks are Wonderful and moody. The site has a lot of hardstandings which are new, pity the money was,nt better spent on putting in new toilet and shower facilities which are pretty smelly and well dire really although the managers keep them really clean. Talking of managers they are very very friendly and helpful. The shop stocks all your basics....but the home made cakes are to die for and the money goes to charity. We would return without doubt as long as the weather is good, we had 3 days of non stop rain.The walking is brilliant ideal for backpackers.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Wonderful staff, nothing was too much trouble, site is idea base for walking the area, near enough to village centre for those evening walks to the local pubs many dog friendly, will be back again soon
Everyone who likes camping should go to this site and anyone camping for the first time will be hooked. a very good site, staff great, go every year.
DATE STAYED: June 2011
Unfortunately we didn't have a very good experience here and wouldn't come back or recommend it to anyone, despite it's good location. The site is over-managed and we were treated inconsiderately, for example being directed to (as it turned out) a noisy pitch, with no warning or apology about roadworks being carried out nearby (starting at 8am). We have never been directed to a pitch before, given no choice about where to go, despite the camping field being largely empty. If you do choose to come here, Rosie's cafe in Hayfield is excellent, and the walk there along the river is very pleasant.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples
Totally fantastic! everthing and more u could ask for. v very friendly people and set in a beautiful location.
When we arrived a little early, we were greeted by the staff who were friendly and very helpful. As it was the first time we had been camping we was a wee bit green but the staff soon pus us right with lots of tips which made our visit very enjoyable.We thought the campsight was clean and tidy, plenty of room to pitch and with smashing veiws of the countryside. The facilities were good with hot showers washing up basins and everything else you don't get in the jungle. We will be definately visiting again.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
I am at this site as I write this review. It is a truly a lovely site in all ways. The new hardstandings are imaculate as you would expect. The site is in a small valley which means it is sheltered from the wind but not the rain which is why I am writing this review now. The village is a short quite hilly distantce from the village although there is a better river side path to get there. Site wardens are excellent and will order newspapers for you to be delivered to the site and they stock a small amount of provisions, mainly sweets. A number of walking and cycling paths pass through or near the site but being in a valley involves going up hill but you must expect hills in an area called the peak district. All in all the site is perfect for Motorhomes and tent campers but the excess through the village and into the site justifies the no caravans rule.
You will enjoy this site even if it rains!
DATE STAYED: May 2011
This site is very clean and tidy, and well laid out. Facilities were very good, and the building for food prep and the bbq area in the grass/tent field was a fab idea! Well done! Wardens were friendly and approachable. As a lone camper friendly and welcoming is a must. The locals were also very friendly! I will definately be back!
Great site, you can be active or relaxed, whichever your preference. If you love walking then this is the site for you. A very warm welcome and the facilities are always kept clean. I understand they have had a refurb this year, can't wait to see it! Excellent bus routes for those of us who have passes(get to enjoy the views along the way), great chippy and tearoom in village. Be seeing you soon!
DATE STAYED: June 2010
OMG the new refurb is fantastic, we had been before and loved it but now with electric hook ups and kids play area, it couldnt be better for our 3 young girls, we cannot wait to return at the end of May
DATE STAYED: April 2011
The site is currently undergoing building/refurbishment and when completed we think it will be great. Don't let this deter you from staying here as the facilities are already perfectly adequate and they are being careful to not let the work affect the guests. Quiet site with access to paths on to Kinder Scout. We will definitely be booking again.
Went here last May 2009 I think.. While ago now. But it was great. Quite a popular site so remember to book in advance. Will be coming back at some point soon!
DATE STAYED: April 2009
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
A favourite site due to it's location. Staff are always friendly and helpful. Very surprising to find it has had an upgrade in a very short space of time - hookups, hard-standing pitches, reception area and children's play area are all pristine. Even the toilet block (not upgraded yet) was warm and spotless. Could get booked up quickly now - well worth using the online facilities to plan ahead.
An excellent site with facilities being renewed so there is plenty of electric hook ups. The location is ideal - it's tricky to drive to but once parked up it's a short walk to the reservoir or to the village of Hayfield.
The staff on site were incredibly welcoming and helpful, the pitches really well organised - we got a grass pitch facing into the wood and the facilities were excellent. We were only able to stay for a night but will go back for longer soon.
Wonderful site, close to the village with pubs, shops, park. The owners were very helpful for our first outing in the new van. Lots of fun for the kids, both safe and well enclosed. Looking forward to it opening in April 2011
DATE STAYED: September 2010
This was our first visit to a Camping and Caravanning Club and all I can say is that the rest have a lot to live up too!
Situated at the foot of Kinder Scout, the site is for tents and camper vans only due to access difficulties. There are ample facilities nearby but for casual and experienced walkers, the site is a must. Highly recommended.
DATE STAYED: August 2010
Brilliant campsite was great for the kids but would also have been perfect if it had only been me and my husband. Hayfield is a lovely villiage with lots of pubs and a chip shop
My second visit to this great site with walks on your door step from a simple stroll to a hike up to Kinder Scout.
There is wildlife aplenty with rabbits, ducks, frogs, bats and a fly past of geese.
You will find Holiday managers for who nothing is too much trouble.
Not much more you could ask for. I'm looking forward to my next visit. Just remember to bring your rock pegs and a mallet.
DATE STAYED: July 2010
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Nearest train station: New Mills (Central or Newtown) 4 miles
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