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Welcome To Flagg Hall


Mavis Mycock
Flagg Hall
Flagg
Buxton
Derbyshire
SK17 9QR

Tel :  0129885003

Email :  mavis.mycock@gmail.com

Web Site :

Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

 

 

Details : This is a quiet site on a large working dairy farm set in the centre of the Peak District National Park midway between Bakewell and Buxton where adults, children and pets are all welcome. The site is 2 acres of lawned area with a choice of grass or hardstanding pitches with electric hook ups. Widened entrance to site, Farm tours available.

Footpaths leave the site in all directions and the High Peak Trail, for walking or cycling is 1 mile away. Children are welcome to watch the milking or help feed the calves with adult supervision. Buxton and Bakewell offer supermarkets, restaurants, swimming and sporting venues and Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are close by. Several pubs within 2 miles offer good evening meals. A young children's playground in 150 metres. Newspapers can be ordered for a minimum of 1 week.

Facilities : Elecric hook up available, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Grass & Hardstanding pitches, Scenic views, Battery charging, Dogs allowed, TV reception fair.

Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £13

Reviews  ↓

Great Rural Retreat

Well kept site and owner very helpful. Lovely countryside and area. The towns of Bakewell and Buxton are close by. This site is a working dairy farm and great seeing the cows coming in for milking. Good walking area. Certainly would visit again.


Lovely weeks holiday

Lovely well kept site, loads to di in the area, will be back again next year


Farm Festivities

Had a wonderful New Year break at Flagg Hall, very pleasant location on the front of Flagg house which hid the majority of the farm outbuildings , the views across the village and farmland were wonderful. Being a working farm there was some early morning noise and of course the normal farmyard smells which country folk take in their stride and talking of stride there is plenty of walks from the site and further a field. This is a site that we would enjoy to come back to in the future.


A Wonderful CL

This is a wonderful CL, set in the very well maintained grounds in front of Flagg Hall. The owner Mrs Mycock is, as has been previously mentioned, very friendly and not at all intrusive. Easy approach and access to a very spacious site, offering hard standing and grass pitches with all the required facilities for a CL. Stunning countryside all around. Plenty of local footpaths and quiet country lanes to walk. A lovely quiet site with just the sound of owls and foxes after dark. Loved to see and hear the herd of dairy cows on the farm. We will be returning to this superb site in the future.


Little bolt hole

First time on this site and it won't be the last, read the previous reviews and had intrepidation about the access, COMPLETELY UNFOUNDED. Car and van length is 52ft (twin axle and 4x4) no problems what so ever getting in and out!, very quiet at night, nice listening to the owls, foxes and the occasional cattle....unobtrusive warden, only saw Mrs Mycock when I needed to settle my dues for the stay, thanks





Places of Interest Nearby  ↓

Haddon Hall
East Midlands, DE45 1LA

Peak Rail
Matlock Station, Nottinghamshire, DE4 3NA

Peak District National Park

National Trust Derbyshire

Chatsworth House


Directions :
Turn left off the A515 Buxton - Ashbourne past Duke of York Hotel between a bungalow and the wood, turn right at T-junction in village in 1 mile. Site is on the left in 180 metres. Do not enter site via the farm drive.