Peak District Places to stay and visit

If you’re looking for campsites to stay on in the Peak District with an Easicampers Manchester motorhome, here are a few options to consider:

  1. Hayfield Camping and Caravanning Club Site: Located in the village of Hayfield, this site offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. It has facilities for motorhomes and is within easy reach of popular Peak District attractions.
  2. Crowden Camping and Caravanning Club Site: Situated near the village of Crowden, this campsite is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. It provides easy access to walking trails, cycling routes, and scenic spots in the Peak District.
  3. Middlehills Farm Campsite: Located near Bakewell, Middlehills Farm Campsite offers a peaceful and picturesque setting. It has facilities for motorhomes and is conveniently situated for exploring the Peak District National Park.
  4. Pomeroy Caravan Park: Situated in the heart of the Peak District near the village of Buxton, Pomeroy Caravan Park offers spacious pitches for motorhomes. It provides easy access to the attractions of Buxton, including the famous Buxton Opera House and Pavilion Gardens.
  5. Knotlow Farm: This campsite is located near the village of Flagg and offers a quiet and secluded setting. It is a working farm with spacious pitches for motorhomes and provides access to walking trails and beautiful Peak District scenery.

Remember to check availability and make reservations in advance, especially during peak seasons. Additionally, always verify the facilities and services provided by each campsite to ensure they meet your specific requirements.

The Peak District is a beautiful national park in England, known for its stunning landscapes, rolling hills, and charming villages. Here are some of the top places to visit in the Peak District whilst hiring a motorhome from Easicampers Manchester :

  1. Chatsworth House: This magnificent stately home is set in a sprawling estate and offers breathtaking architecture, extensive gardens, and a rich history. It’s one of the most popular attractions in the Peak District.
  2. Bakewell: This picturesque market town is famous for its delicious Bakewell Pudding, a local specialty. Explore the charming streets, visit the weekly market, and take a stroll along the River Wye.
  3. Mam Tor: Known as the “Shivering Mountain,” Mam Tor offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. It’s a popular spot for hikers, and you can enjoy scenic walks along the ridge.
  4. Castleton: This charming village is nestled in a picturesque valley and is famous for its show caves, including the stunning Blue John Cavern. Explore the village, visit Peveril Castle, and enjoy the scenic beauty of the area.
  5. Stanage Edge: If you enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and rock climbing, Stanage Edge is a must-visit. It’s a gritstone escarpment offering breathtaking views and plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures.
  6. Haddon Hall: This medieval manor house is one of the finest examples of Tudor architecture in England. Explore the well-preserved rooms, admire the beautiful gardens, and soak in the historical atmosphere.
  7. Monsal Trail: This former railway line has been converted into a popular walking and cycling path. It spans over eight miles and takes you through picturesque valleys, viaducts, and tunnels.
  8. Dovedale: This stunning limestone valley is famous for its iconic stepping stones across the River Dove. Enjoy scenic walks along the river, marvel at the rock formations, and keep an eye out for wildlife.
  9. Tissington Village: Known for its well-preserved, traditional stone cottages, Tissington is a delightful village to explore. Don’t miss Tissington Hall, the Jacobean mansion, and the Tissington Trail for cycling or walking.
  10. Derwent Reservoir: Located in the Upper Derwent Valley, this reservoir offers beautiful views and tranquil surroundings. It’s a great place for walking, picnicking, and enjoying the outdoors.

These are just a few of the many wonderful places to visit in the Peak District in a motorhome from Easicampers. Whether you’re a nature lover, history enthusiast, or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, the Peak District has something to offer for everyone.

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