We are spoiled for choice in the UK when it comes to finding our next staycation destination. There are hundreds of beautiful campervan sites to choose from right on our doorstep. Your campervan is packed and ready to go, that’s the easy part! The next step is to pick a campervan site to suit you, here we explore a beautiful site in the Peak District which is famed for its breathtaking views and dramatic scenery, it’s a highly popular destination for cyclists, hikers and lovers of the great outdoors.
The Campervan site
The Duke of York traditional country pub and campsite is a gem nestled in the small hamlet of Pomeroy, Flagg in the White Peak area situated between Buxton and Bakewell. The Duke of York is open all year-round so visitors can enjoy the change of scenery the seasons have to offer, whether you like to spend long days walking in the vibrant Summer Countryside, or enjoy fresh, calm Winter landscapes.
The Duke of York campsite is recently transformed to accommodate 30 caravans & campervans all with electric hookups from £23 per night and from April to October they can accommodate 30 tents from £18. The dramatic rural setting is perfect for families, groups or couples and you don’t have to leave your four-legged friend behind, the campsite is dog-friendly! The shower block has everything you’ll need, they’re clean with warm showers, pot washing facilities, and underfloor heating!
The Duke of York pub is friendly and welcoming, they serve a selection of cask ales and traditional food, proper homemade chips! So, if you’ve been out cycling or enjoying an afternoon walk, warm yourself by the log fire and enjoy a home-cooked meal and a pint or two at the Duke of York in the evening.
Things to do
The campervan site adjoins the North end of the 17 mile long High Peak trail, starting at Dowlow near Buxton, to High Peak Junction, Cromford. The trail is well-used by cyclists, walkers and horse riders. You can experience life in a Victorian Mill worker dwelling at The Bakewell Old House Museum just a 15-minute drive from the campsite. Or for the more adventurous, Poole’s Cavern and Country Park is a short 10-minute drive; take a journey beneath the earth to explore Limestone caverns, and see how crystal Stalactites and Stalagmites have lined the chambers over millions of years.
All in all, a great campervan site, brilliant location, on-site pub, friendly atmosphere and lots of things to do in the surrounding area, the Duke of York Campsite can really cater to all your staycation needs. It’s not surprising that The Duke of York gets so many visitors every year, book early to avoid disappointment, you won’t regret it!
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