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Beaver Hall Equestrian Centre

From £20/€22.47/A$32.18/US$24.43/CA$32.65/CHF24.31/kr218.58/kr167.93/kr202.02/kr2,817/$373.13/$16,667/PEN82.24/NZ$34.29/R340.14/zł97.37/R$76.42/Kč607.90/RSD2,778 (for 1 night, 6 people)

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  • Within a leading equestrian centre and eight miles from Alton Towers
  • In the Staffordshire moorlands and next to the Peak District
  • Farm park and nature trails on site

We expect you'll be busy at Beaver Hall Equestrian Centre near Staffordshire's Leek. It's in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands, near Alton Towers and on the doorstep of the Peak District National Park with piles of attractions and activities for all ages nearby – and it's also set within an excellent equestrian centre and has heaps to do on site.

Footpaths crisscross the 80 acres of Beaver Hall, a nature trail snakes around the site's 12,000 trees and the Churnet Valley railway line lies to the west for steam and diesel trainspotting. The site farm park (£2 per person) is visited by meerkats, owls and a snake each weekend in summer; there are plenty of open grass areas on site to play on, and there's a play area with swings, a seesaw swing, a rope ladder and goalposts: we don't think you'll need to nag the kids to get out and about.

But let's talk horses. Beaver Hall is within a top equestrian centre and has the Hope Valley Saddlery Shop among its first-rate facilities, where short pony rides and riding lessons are available for adults and kids. (Please note that these must be booked in advance and that for insurance purposes riders must be over two years old and weigh less than ten stone.)

Dressage and showjumping events are held at weekends, so go and compete if you're a horsey type as Beaver Hall extends its friendly welcome to guests' horses too.

The basic site amenities include two loos and a shower; remember to bring your torch if you're trotting around at midnight...

Mare facilities? Another whinnying touch is the Lodge café on site, serving home-cooked food, tasty cakes, hot drinks and takeaway food from snacks to full meals. Campers can collect hot water from here to take back to their pitch and bring their freezer packs to the café to be frozen. The café has free wifi.

Beaver Hall buzzes with activity and a fun family atmosphere at weekends and in summer holidays because of its equestrian centre, nature trail, farm park and café, but is a peaceful place when the sun goes down for getting some good shut-eye.

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Terms and conditions

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

Arrivals and departures
No refunds for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures.

Dogs must be kept on leads and supervised at all times.
Fouling must be cleaned up immediately.

Guests are asked to avoid any noise or nuisance that may disturb other clients.
The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.
Total silence must be respected between 11pm and 7.30am.

Please be considerate of the natural surroundings, plants and trees. It is forbidden to put nails/tent pegs in trees and to cut any branches.
Please keep your pitch and the facilities tidy and clean.

Children must be supervised by their parents at all times.
No rough or disturbing games are allowed at the campsite.

Additional terms

Caravan awnings must not be allowed to damage the grass. No awning is allowed on any pitch for more than seven days.

No entry to the stables.

Children must not be allowed to cause nuisance to other site users. Care should be taken that they do not cycle or play near the stables or competition arenas, must stay on the camping area only.

Horses are potentially very dangerous and children should be accompanied in this area. Horses are unpredictable flight animals!

No washing of caravans on site.

Please report in the café on arrival.

If you need hot water, please take your bucket to the café for a fill and bring any ice packs needing to be frozen.