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We are fairly inexperienced campers in our 30s wanting to test out a new tent for a night fairly close to home in Manchester before we get more adventurous and go further afield for longer. For anyone doing a similar thing Edale is ideal. I'll...More
Apart from Edales Basil Fawlty who runs the campsite and the basic shower block this is a reasonably priced site in a beautiful position with fantastic views .
Cafe and chippy on site and great pub nags head in walking distance
We arrived here having seen some amazing views on the drive in. The lady who welcomed us was friendly enough and we were told her husband would show us to our pitch. He was so rude - stared at us, asked if we had a...More
Ignore all negative reviews of this site. It is what it is; a perfectly adequate camp site giving access to wonderful walking in Derbyshire. Having a chip shop, cafe and next door to pub where muddy boots and dogs are welcome.
It's not a 4...More
Love the location at the foot of the Penine Way, great views from the camp site and set within a great village served by two excellent pubs! The cafe food is reasonable and there is a chip shop on site.
Managed to park fairly close...More
I don't think they have electric hook ups. The site is essentially a camping site. There are a few permanent caravans there. Generally I believe that they only take caravans by prior arrangement. Hope this helps.
With just 2 and a small tent, the chances are you will get in. However it can get fully booked during the school holidays. I would recommend you keep trying the phone to save a possible wasted journey. It is a working farm... More
With just 2 and a small tent, the chances are you will get in. However it can get fully booked during the school holidays. I would recommend you keep trying the phone to save a possible wasted journey. It is a working farm so evening calls may get an answer. Best of luck.
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"Pitch your tent facing down the slope to avoid wind. Your head will then be higher than your feet even if you..."