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Bank House Farm in Derbyshire

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Our park is situated right next to the River Manifold and is in a fantastic position overlooking the Derbyshire countryside. It is set in the grounds of the Victorian farmhouse which dates back to 1834.

We welcome families, walkers, cyclists, small groups and campers with dogs. On site we have wildlife and the river, and books and games for when the weather isn't so good, while in the local area you can explore all that Staffordshire and the Peak District has to offer. Alternatively you can just relax and enjoy the surroundings.

Something for everyone!

Bank House Farm is in the heart of the Peak District and is surrounded by walks, cycle routes, great views and attractions for visitors of all ages. Whether it be picturesque villages, bustling market towns, historic houses and gardens or superb walks - we are the ideal base for your stay.

In the immediate area we have the Manifold valley and the historic Thor's cave, as well as villages, pubs, local shops and tea rooms.

For families there are Chatsworth and the Heights of Abraham, plus numerous spots for cycling, pond-dipping and picnics.

We want your stay at Bank House Farm to be as enjoyable and relaxing as possible, so we've provided a range of facilities on-site to help you enjoy your holiday.

For supplies there is a well-stocked village shop just a short walk away. Or if you'd rather not cook, or just fancy a refreshing pint after a long day walking or cycling, the Manifold Inn is right next door. For a selection of shops and petrol stations, Buxton and Ashbourne are only a 20 minute drive away.

If there's anything we haven't thought of, please tell us.

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Reviews of Bank House Farm

we spent 4 nights camping here and found the location fantastic for walking,cycling and exploring.the weather was not kind to us but we stuck it out.Wayne the site owner could not do enough for us,offering advice on the area and where to go with the weather being so awful.The showers were lovely and very clean,also a fridge and a freezer was available for campers to use which was great to keep those ice blocks frozen and your food fresh.The village shop was a few minutes walk away and well stocked,i recommend you try the fresh bakewell tarts and egg custards mmmm yummy.when we were there we went to thors cave,that was fantastic although makes you pant while getting up to it.If its a friendly pint or food you want the local manifold inn was a 2 minute walk away and you can order a cooked brekkie the day before if you want it.As i have said the weather was dreadful and part of the camping field did get waterlogged but the rain was relentless so under normal circumstances i think it would have been fine.To sum up our stay...lovely the site is very pretty with the river manifold running down the side of the fields,we will visit again in the future.
julie cobb (2nd Sep 2012)
My boyfriend and I camped at bank house farm for 5 days. The site is in a very pretty location with a friendly village shop and great pub within walking distance. There are regular buses into the local towns right outside the camping site which was great for us with no car! We hired electric bikes from hartington and cycled along the tissington trail which was a great day out. The site itself is friendly and peaceful and the owner Wayne is very welcoming and helpful! My boyfriend left his wallet on one of the local buses and he went out of his way to locate it for us! We were very grateful! Would love to stay again and would highly recommend.
Emma (19th Aug 2011)