WHERE TO GO
DAYS OUT & ACTIVITIES
The Manifold Visitor Centre and The Tea Junction tea rooms are located in the old railway station in Hulme End, just 200 yards away in the former ticket office. The tea rooms offer a large selection of cakes and sandwiches and host a live Jazz band once a month.
The Manifold Inn, a traditional Peak District pub, is situated across the road from the campsite serving quality home cooked food. A campers breakfast (including vegetarian options) is available throughout the week. Visit their website here.
For campers wishing to explore further afield using local transport, a bus stop is near the campsite entrance with buses running between Ashbourne and Buxton daily. Timetables and fares available at https://www.highpeakbuses.com
THE HEIGHTS OF ABRAHAM
The Heights of Abraham are reached by an alpine style cable car system. It has 60 acres of woodland hillside, a unique hilltop park set on top of a dramatic limestone gorge, amid great natural beauty and with spectacular views.
Alton Towers is within easy reach and one of Britain’s favourite theme parks. Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall just outside Bakewell are two of Britain’s best loved historic houses and estates, offering something for everyone to enjoy.
MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE
An hour away by train from Buxton.
DOVEDALE & ILAM
Beautiful walks and shops.
The home of the Bakewell pudding.
Spa and Opera house.
Home to mythical mermaids.
Blue John cavern.
Pottery shop and visitor centre.
Known as the ‘Plague village’.
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT
BANK HOUSE FARM
We cater for couples and families. On-site, we have wildlife and the river, a selection of second-hand books and DVDs are available to take away (small donation to our local charity required), 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.