Our indoor accommodation buildings and facilities are used by:

  • school and youth groups for educational residentials,
  • groups of family / friends for a weekend break or holiday,
  • faith groups,
  • clubs and formal groups for organised meets,
  • and organisations for large events.

All accommodation buildings are on our site in the wonderful Peak District with direct access to the traffic free Monsal Trail.

Our three indoor accommodation buildings are:

They are self contained and have their own fully equipped kitchen and dining/meeting room to self cater.  They all have outdoor space with seating and a BBQ for the nice sunny days.  An LED/LCD TV and Blu-ray player are provided in the lounges and free Wi-Fi is available.

Having exclusive use of a building, rather than shared use of a larger building, is popular with our visiting groups enabling them to set up their own ‘home from home’.

The Lodge, Farm House and Woodlands can be booked separately or together.  When the campsite is not in use, large visiting groups staying in both the Lodge and Farm House may choose to book the Base Camp kitchen/dining room to eat all together.  We offer several different catering options or you can arrange a supermarket delivery to self cater.

Should I book the Lodge or the Farm House accommodation for my group?

  • The Lodge accommodates up to 38 people, including 6 staff/group leaders. The Farm House also accommodates 38, including 5 staff/group leaders, but can only seat 36 people in the dining room. So, if you definitely require 6 leaders, and/or if you definitely require 38 seats in the dining room, then the Lodge may be the better option for you. (It’s worth noting, in case your numbers go slightly over 38, that both buildings have space for a couple of tents outside – please enquire about this at the time of booking).
  • The Lodge is all on one level and has a disabled toilet and shower, along with two bedrooms with wider door frames for wheelchair access. Therefore, it’s the better choice should any of your group have mobility difficulties.
  • The Lodge is a more modern building than the Farm House with one main corridor which is easier for group supervision.
  • The Farm House, a Grade 2 listed 19th century building, is characterful with various corridors and step, and some quirky shaped bedrooms in its roundhouse. Some original features remain, such as the fireplaces in the bedrooms.
  • The Lodge has a dining room and separate lounge/meeting room, whilst the Farm House has one open-plan area that contains both a small ‘lounge’ area, along with the dining tables and chairs. This enables group members to be easily supervised while dining, from the comfy seats in the lounge.

If you’re still undecided please contact us to arrange to come and have a look around!

Woodlands Accessible Accommodation

Woodlands is our accessible accommodation building, designed from the ground up to cater for groups which include those with additional needs.  It sleeps up to 10 people and has fantastic views down our site and into mature woodland.  It is a very modern and energy efficient building that has several accessible features such as hoists and an accessible shower room.

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