- Peaks campsite (that isn't Coopers in Edale)
…only because I know that one well 😉
Me and the wife have Fri and next Mon off and are off somewhere with the camping gear.
Maybe 3 nights away in the Peaks…site to have good facilities, reasonably priced, MUST have good pubs within short walking distance, somewhere to bike (even though she’s not really a ‘biker’) and do smallish walks and somewhere that’s generally pretty.
Coopers is good but not tried much else TBH….moon on a stick request?Posted 6 years ago
Thanks all – Hayfield does look very nice.
Not sure exactly how to calculate the cost though…
I’m reading that as 1 tent for 2 adults = £26.30 per night…for camping. Seems very pricey unless I’m reading it wrong…can someone who’s cleverer than me work it out? 😉Posted 6 years ago
Absolutely nothing at all.
Just wanted to see other recommendations for a change.
Stayed there loads and will prob be there again this weekend TBH…you can’t pre-book – just turn up early-ish…can get busy in good weather.
The Nags Head across the road makes it very popular – I will be sampling their goods to see if the beer’s still up the scratch 🙂Posted 6 years agoGarry_LagerSubscriber
We stayed in the other one just out of Hope recently – Lane side (I think) on the main road so closer to the Hope alehouses.
Not camped in ages so don’t have much to compare it to – it was v clean, bogs/showers were sparkling, generally in good order, but no amenities beyond a shop. We were with kids, so would have preferred at least some diversions on site. But if it’s just you and the missus I guess it hardly matters? Location is spot on.Posted 6 years ago
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