Overlooking the National Heritage Corridor of the Derwent Valley, this site has beautiful views of the Derbyshire countryside. Its a peaceful and picturesque setting. The site is ideally located to discover the local history, starting with the only World Hertitage site in the East Midlands, Derwent Valley Mills which was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The town of Belper is only one mile away and is host to many arts and food festivals as well as a good range of independent shops and restaurants. A short walk from the site is the friendly local pub 'Fisherman's Rest' which serves an excellent range of real ales,and a bus stop for the Transpeak bus service.
Broadholme Lane Caravan Park
England, Heart of England, Derbyshire, Belper
- +44 1773 823517
- All year
Alan Rogers Review
No showers or toilets, own facilities to be used at all times. Chemical disposal point. Recycling area. Tourist information. Pets allowed, maximum of 2 dogs per unit. Dog walking area. TV reception good. Trailer tents with full facilities are accepted. No camping tents allowed. No children’s play facilities. Supermarket 1 mile. Train station 1 mile. All bank Hhliday bookings are a minimum of 3 nights. (£25 deposit per unit non-refundable).
Leave the A6 one mile north of Belper, just past the cemetery, (or if approaching from the South look for lay-bys either side of the A6, take the next left turn slowly) and turn right onto Broadholme Lane , go past the Fisherman’s Rest Pub. After last house on right hand side (red brick bungalow `Swallows Nest`) look for sign on right. DO NOT GO UP THE HILL.
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