Thorpe Farm Bunkhouses, Thorpe Farm, Hathersage, Peak District, Via Sheffield, S32 1BQ
Call Jane Marsden on 01433 650659
Bunkhouse close to Stanage and Burbage EdgeThorpe Farm Bunkhouses are situated a mile northwest of Hathersage, on a family-run mixed dairy farm which makes its own ice cream. The bunkhouses are 2 miles west of Stanage Edge with other popular climbing edges are nearby, an ideal area for walking and mountain biking. Castleton is 6 miles up the Hope Valley and Eyam is 6 miles southwest. Each bunkhouse has dormitories with individual bunks or The Hayloft has mattresses on the gallery floor. There is room for camping outside, secure bike storage and free parking. The bunkhouses have heating, drying facilities, hot showers, toilets, electric cooking, fridges, freezers, electric kettles, toasters etc.
Beds & Rooms:78: Old Shippon 32: 2x12, 2x4. Old Stables 14: 1x8, 1x6. Pondside 14: 1x8, 1x6. Byre 14: 1x6, 1x4. Hayloft: 4
Open:All year. No restrictions.
Price per night:See own website.
Booking:Essential for weekends.
Directions:GR 223 824. If walking from A6187/A625 in Hathersage turn right (just past the George Hotel) up Jaggers Lane, turn second right up Coggers Lane and fifth turning on left (signed Thorpe Farm). If driving follow the road from Hathersage towards Hope for ¾ mile, then turn right into private drive (signposted Thorpe Farm).
- Train station at Hathersage, 15 mins' walk from bunkhouse. Bus service 272 operates from Sheffield to Hathersage. Details phone Busline 01298 230980 or 01246 250450.
- Long Distance Walks Trans Euro Trail
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This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable August Bank Holiday 2022 Available Autumn Half Term 2022 Available for Christmas 2022 Available New Year 2022 / 2023 Available February Half Term 2023 Available Easter 2023 Available May Day Bank Holiday 2023 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Half Term 2023
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Basic bunkhouses available for spring bank holiday at Thorpe Farm
May 10th 2022
A traditional bunkhouses for adventurers out in the peaks. Simple, affordable and friendly, a collection of basic bunkhouses.
On the edge of Hathersage Thorpe is close by to some of the big attractions of the peaks. The lows of the Castleton caves are not far away and make for a brilliant day out. Alternatively the highest peak of the district can be sought out. Kinder scout is a challenging hike but the rewards are well worth the effort. On a clear day views reach out to Manchester and beyond occasionally the view even extends to Snowdon! The bunks themselves have plenty of space and spots for camping too. Hot showers and heating throughout make it easy to sleep like a log after a day out in the clouds.
Enjoy a fire in the English Countryside.
October 25th 2018
When you stay at Thorpe Farm Bunkhouses.
Thorpe Farm provides accommodation in 3 bunkhouses where you and your mates can stay in the heart of the Dark Peak for just £10 per person per night. A working farm fives minutes away from Hathersage, here you are fee to enjoy the idyllic location and have yourselves a camp fire.
November 6th 2017
…because who doesn’t like ice cream?
We rocked up to Thorpe Farm Bunkhouses, just outside Hathersage in the Peak District, with car loads of kids and parents for our more-than-annual walking and climbing weekend. The farm dogs yapped excitedly at us and the kids yapped back. We’d booked out the old Shippon (meaning cow shed) bunkhouse, although there are 3 more available with equally bucolic names: The Byre, Pondside and The Old Stables.). The children piled out of the cars and swarmed over the bunkhouse, thrilled to learn that they’d be sleeping on the hayloft sleeping platform among the exposed beams and rafters. With 32 bunks spread across two floors, there was plenty of beds and bathrooms for all of us and a large communal dining room and kitchen gave us acres of space in the evenings.
The next day we hiked up to Stanage Edge, spending a glorious morning climbing on the famous rocks. The afternoon took us back to the farm where the owners make their own ice cream on site. With plenty of ‘Oooh’ and ‘Aaah’ over the lambs, calves and piglets we indulged ourselves because who doesn’t like ice cream?
After supper, a rare treat. The owners were very happy for us to have a bonfire in the adjoining field. Children and adults huddled around, faces lit and sleepy after a full day in the outdoors.