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Common End Farm

8.8

We assure you there’s nothing common about the wonderfully small and secluded Derbyshire campsite of Common End Farm - well maintained with helpful staff and views you won’t want to leave behind, to name just a few of its perks. The very green campsite is set among 20 acres of pastureland, so if you want a ‘real’ camping experience with some much-needed home comforts, book yourself a pitch at Common End Farm.

The site’s traditional stone barn has been transformed into a modern, free-to-use shower and loo block (separated into male and female amenities), but retains its outer Derbyshire charm, so as not to spoil your impressive rural views. Ladies - fear not, a hairdryer is provided as are electric sockets. In fact, gentlemen, you won’t be missing out either as the same is available in the men’s. You can choose a pitch with electric hook-up at a reasonable extra cost so you needn’t be without any essentials. Also available on site are drinking water taps and all other basics for a camping or caravanning trip, like designated refuse areas and a chemical disposal point (green fluid only please; you can buy this on site).

The friendly site owners welcome you to their land which offers stunning views across Thorpe Cloud and Dovedale, and they’ve gone to the trouble of filling the reception with info-filled notice boards to help you on your stay. Walkers and hikers can explore the southern Peak District National Park, while food can be chomped and drink guzzled after a hard day uphill (and down again) at the local pub, just 300m from the site.

Children will love running about the roomy fields and making their own adventures on day trips in the surrounding area (which includes a world-famous theme park, family-friendly walks, and towns to explore). The quiet and calm of Common End Farm in the evening means bedding the kids down after a busy day will be no problem at all.

Common End Farm is open from Easter to October, where the ‘downtime’ acts as a welcome little resting period for the site, ensuring it remains beautifully unspoilt each and every year.

Please note

We do not accept groups of three or more where the responsible adult is aged 25 years or under.

Please provide estimated arrival time by using the 'special requests' box on the booking form.

Arrive:Fri 3 May 2013
Depart:Sat 4 May 2013 (1 night)
Party:2 adults

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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the Pitchup.com terms and conditions.


Groups - We do not accept groups of three or more where the responsible adult is aged 25 years or under.

Children – children must be under the supervision of parents or guardians at all times. Bikes and ball games are not to be used around tents or caravans or on the access road onto the field.

Visitors – in the interest of site security and to preserve the enjoyment of all guests, no day visitors are allowed on site without prior permission from the proprietor. All visitors must check in prior to entering the field and vehicles must be parked in the marked day visitor parking area. Any visitor found not adhering to this may be asked to leave the site.

Noise/nuisance – noise should be kept to a minimum at all times and to an absolute minimum between 11pm and 7am. TVs and radios should be used considerately. Anyone causing a disturbance to other guests may be asked to leave the site.

Open fires - no open fires /campfires unless contained within a barbecue or fire pit. Do not use stones from the walls to make a fire.

Smoking – a no-smoking policy operates in the facilities block including the pot wash area.

Barbecues – barbecues must be raised off the ground and situated away from combustible materials. Coals/ashes must be left to cool before disposal in the refuse bins.

Waste disposal – please place all lightweight domestic refuse in sealed bags and into the refuse bins provided. We do not have the capacity to offer refuse facilities for all other rubbish such as broken airbeds, gazebos, seats etc. so please take these home with you or to the recycling centre (off the Mayfield roundabout), which is open daily.

Loss or damage – please take care with our site facilities and equipment and report any loss or damage as soon as it occurs. Any loss or damage to facilities for which guests are responsible must be paid for in full before departure. The site and its facilities are used entirely at guests’ own risk. It is your responsibility to keep your possessions safe and secure. The proprietor will not be held liable in respect of injury, loss or damage to persons or property. Caravans and/or cars being moved by the proprietor or their representative are at the owners' risk.

Speed limit – The site speed limit is 5mph.

Any guest not observing the site rules or creating a nuisance may be asked to leave the site and no refund will be given.

Extra cars - extra cars must be parked in the visitor parking area immediately after unloading.

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