The Reckoning House, Mandale Farm, Haddon Grove, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JF
The Reckoning House camping barn has been renovated to a high standard including double glazing and insulation. It is situated on the edge of Lathkill Dale, 3 miles from Bakewell. Lathkill Dale is a nature reserve managed by English Nature to protect a variety of flora and fauna as well as some outstanding geological features. Horse riding, fishing, golf and cycle hire are all available locally. There are also many local walks including the Limestone Way.
It has a cooking area, 4 calor gas rings (gas supplied), a washing up sink with hot water, a toilet, wash basin, storage heaters in all rooms and shower inside the barn. Upstairs there are two separate rooms with bunkbeds.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District and here is its own website.
or call Rachel Rhodes on
01629 812416 / 07540839233
12: 2×6 bunk rooms.
All year, by arrangement.
£15 per person. Sole use £95 per night.
Sole use bookings only, in advance (min 2 nights at weekends). £50 deposit, balance 4 weeks before arrival.
GR 184 666. Take the B5055 out of Bakewell towards Monyash. Continue for 3 miles. After passing Haddon Grove Farm holiday cottages (the second set of cottages on right), take the first turn left at the signpost to Haddon Grove. Bear left at the bottom of the lane. The camping barn is the first on the left in a half mile.
Train stations at Buxton (10 miles) and Matlock (13 miles). National Express drop at Bakewell. Local buses (enquiries 01332 292200) go to Bakewell from Monyash, Over Haddon, Matlock and Buxton.
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Mandale Farms daily visit from a woodpecker
Mandale Farm is right on the edge of Lathkill Dale, a nature reserve managed by Natural England. See here the farm’s daily visit from a woodpecker caught on camera. You can visit this nature rich area in the White Peak of the Peak District National Park and stay at Mandale Farm campsite or in the Reckoning House bunkhouse. Mandale Farm is a mile from the village of Over Haddon and a couple of miles from the village of Monyash. Both villages have excellent pubs and Monyash has an fantastic play area for the children. Also only three miles away from the historic market town of Bakewell and about 20 minutes drive from the Spa town of Buxton.
A great value place to escape, in the peak district.
The Reckoning House is a place where the workers of the local lead mines used to go and pick their wages up hence the name the Reckoning House. It has now been converted into a camping barn which sleeps 12 people.
In a calm and beautiful area , it’s the good place to stay if you want to forget all the rest !
It’s also the good place to do some outdoors activities.
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