Beech Croft Farm is a family-run site located between Buxton and Bakewell in Derbyshire, an ideal base for exploring the Peak District. Owned and managed by John, Julie and Jodie Gregory, it is located at Blackwell in the Peak, a small hamlet with just 10 houses and a few small farms. Nearby Taddington is a larger village with a church and two pubs. The Queens Arms is in the centre of the village, whilst the Church Inn, at Chelmorton is just a 30-minute walk away on The Pennine Bridleway. Surrounded by the Peak District landscape, you can rest in the peaceful countryside or make the most of your holiday experience walking or cycling in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Touring caravans, motor caravans and family tents are welcome. There are 30 hardstanding pitches which all include 16 amp electric hook ups, water tap and TV socket providing a digital signal, which can be used by purchasing a prepayment card. The site also has a further area for 15 tents.
The park has an excellent heated toilet block with toilets, washbasins and showers. Facility for visitors who are disabled. Baby changing facility. Dish washing area. Laundry. Shop offering basic provisions plus calor and camping gas. Dog exercise area. Boot, bike and dog wash. Wi-Fi free. There are 10 amp electric hook-ups available. Tents allowed. TV reception good.
Bicycle Hire Nearby
Childrens Play Area
Shop on Site
Wifi (all site)
From Buxton follow the signs for A6 Matlock and Derby. Once you have passed the junction with the A5270 on your right, you need to look for the next left turn. It is a country lane which is concealed by trees and is about 200 metres before the junction with the B6049. Turn left into the country lane, and you will come to the site on the left. If you miss the concealed turning off the A6, take the B6049 instead. Then take the first left, drive up through the village, and you will come to the site on the right. From Bakewell follow the signs for A6 Buxton. After about 5 miles you will pass the Waterloo Hotel on the left. About one mile further on there are two right turns. First the B6049, and about 200 metres further the unclassified road you need to take. Drive down this lane and the site is on the left.