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Greenhills Holiday Park
Reviewed 7 September 2013

I'm sitting writing this review at 2am.
Last night we we kept awake by noisy neighbours, tonight some venue nearby is playing music.
The music I can deal with but the base is just too much!
Me and my husband came for a quiet weekend-boy were we wrong to pick this site.
Can't fault the friendly staff location and the amenities but will never be coming back to this disco!

  • Stayed: September 2013
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Reviewed 7 September 2013 via mobile

I am writing this at 2.00 am in the morning because I still have not got to sleep . The noise is horrendous .the surrounding discos are still playing ,majority of folks are still up . Will not becoming back to this disco at all

  • Stayed: September 2013
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5  Thank Alfywynne
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

me and my boyfriend (22 & 21) went to Greenhills campsite over the bank holiday weekend in August, the facilities were great. Hot showers which were cleaned regularly ( yes they did get muddy floors around busy periods.. But what do you expect?!! But was cleaned very quickly) there was a free hair dryer in the shower block.

There were plenty of sinks for washing up with hot water and a freezer which was handy to re freeze your ice blocks.

There was a handy little shed that had lots of leaflets in for local attractions, the complex housed a very small shop very basic! But Bakewell is a 10-15 ,minute walk or 2 minute drive away where there are local shops to get everything you need.
There was also a small bar, quite expensive compared to my local but no major difference and Bakewell pubs are just as if not more expensive. But the atmosphere makes it worth it!

It poured down on the fri and sat however the ground stayed firm on the campsite. Easy to drive off and off.

I would definitely return!!!! We LOVED Bakewell and rode on our bikes to tisslington down the tisslington trail and visited and very nice sweet shop called Edward & Vintage a must see!

I would advice taking your own alcohol and you'll have a brilliant weekend!
As for kids waking you up early ... We was up before most kids at 8-9am yes they could be loud at night but its all part of camping.

Ps. We had pitch 18 it was on a slope not great but we got over it.

This site is in the best location by far!!!!!! Next to Bakewell and not far from fantastic neighbouring villages

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank frel123
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

Stayed bank holiday weekend. Campsite easy to get to, great facilities and decent sized pitches (went as 2 families with 4 children aged 9 years and younger). Pitches next to each other, plenty of room for tents and cars. Appeared to be a nice family site with playground, pub, shop etc so pretty happy. Big problem with older children racing bikes up and down the tent field with no regard for younger children. No parents in sight.....no surprise there! Once the sun went down the noise levels increased ten fold. There is an expectation of noise on a campsite and no-one wants to be a party pooper but this was ridiculous. Gangs of boys running riot all over the tent field as well as the play ground and pub area. Messing around tents that were obviously 'lights off' ie sleeping, with torches. How anyone got any sleep before midnight is beyond me. If it wasn't the gang of boys, it was the party tents or the darn dogs barking or the inconsiderate 'neighbours' slamming car doors or revving engines. Thankfully one night it rained that hard that no-one was out and we all managed some sleep. Big shame as the site is very well placed geographically and the staff seem lovely but appear to have no authority to ask people to keep the noise levels down. Wouldn't not recommend to families with young children unless the children are allowed to run riot and the parents want to get drunk. If that's the case then you will have a ball. Doubt we will return to this site but would come back to the area. NB Bakewell was pretty grid locked over the weekend so expect delays when travelling.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Steve S
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Reviewed 26 August 2013

A last minute decision to getaway for the BH weekend led us to choose Greenhills Holiday Park - their website was informative and had the same set of rules as other campsites we had stayed at so this gave us confidence that it would be a lovely site where we could enjoy a few days.
A great location, we could access a lot of attractions with only a 20 min drive away, only part of the site is alongside the A6 so a lot of traffic noise.
On arrival, the site looked nice and well kept and the man on reception guided us to our pitch (Orchard View) - we were a little shocked by how close the tents were to each other (used to National Trust sites). The facilities at this point were clean but as the weekend went on it was clear that they struggled to maintain the cleanliness of the showers and toilets. The shop could do with being open a bit longer as it only opened twice a day and for a couple of hours each time.

The thing that spoilt it the most for us was the noise, if you're not used to camping on a large site, you haven't got children of a playing out age, you are considerate of other campers then this isn't the site for you. We had children running in between tents, screaming at each other once the sun went down (I did wonder where their parents were?!) We expected a bit of noise (we're not that harsh!) but once the 11pm 'no noise' came there was still loud talking going on. I mentioned it at reception the next morning but was told that no one else had mentioned it and they couldn't really police it. Why have a rule, if it isn't observed? Maybe most sites were like this, this weekend??

However, if you are a large family group, then there are plenty of things on site to occupy the kids.

No large sites for us in the future!

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Laura D
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Reviewed 22 August 2013

We stayed last weekend, as two families, we were put on pitches next to each other. Finding the site is easy, well signposted, great location and beautiful surroundings.
On arrival, the online refund was duly given, you just need to make sure you have a print out as they need this for their records. I was shown the pitch by a helpful chap, who explained everything about the site and the local area, we felt very welcome.
The facilities were well attended, bar and shop were well stocked and reasonably priced, although saying that, the cheapest bottle of white wine in the bar was £11 (to take out) - the shop didn't sell alcohol.
The pitches are pretty close together, and you can park your car in front of your tent, but I do agree with some of the other reviewers, you do feel quite packed in.
The first evening was a lovely clear night, and many were having bbqs and sitting out enjoying the evening. There were an awful lot of children, but, summer holidays - what do you expect? A little control perhaps, but some of the adults had worse behaviour!
To say it was loud and rowdy would be an understatement. We went to bed at about 11pm. At 12.30am, I rang the campsite Head Office to see if anyone could come and shut people up a bit! At 2.30am, they were still going....I was beside myself and finally drifted off. At 6.50am, no word of a lie they were back up, shouting, crying, screaming....
The family who were the worst offenders persistently had a dog who kept getting loose, running off, attacking other dogs, and so by the Saturday night I had enough and complained to the warden who did agree to do a walkabout about 10pm, but he didn't say anything to them. Thankfully it was raining that night, so they retreated into their tents and were much quieter than the night before and we all got some zzzzzzzzzz.
We loved the location and the site itself, and would be happy to return, just maybe outside of the main holidays.
Bakewell is lovely, and we visited The Bulls Head and The Ashford Arms, both of which were excellent.

Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
Thank Happytraveller1789
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Reviewed 9 August 2013

I stayed at Greenhills with my son and a bunch of friends for a long weekend.
The site, the facilities and the location are all great...
We took the dog and it was ideal...an enclosed dog walk and plenty of dog bins..
The only downside was that one night we were aloud to take the dog in the bar and the next night we weren't...
As the British weather is so unpredictable we had lovely sunshine and then torrential rain!!..So it would have been better had we been aloud to sit in and have a beer after a long trek around the peaks..
Apart from this we had a great time and booked an extra night...

All in all a great site....And will deffo be going there again!!

Room Tip: Very clean facilities and very close to Bakewell, Ashton, Monsel Head.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank AndyCupes
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Address: Crow Hill Lane Ashford Road | Ashford In The Water, Ashford-in-the-Water, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1PX, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Peak District National Park > Bakewell > Ashford-in-the-Water
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 3 Speciality Lodging in Ashford-in-the-Water
Number of rooms: 170
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Family run holiday park located in Bakewell, Derbyshire. We cater for touring and camping, with or without electric hook up. ... more   less 
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Greenhills Holiday Park Ashford-In-The-Water, Peak District National Park

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