Daisy Bank Camp
Daisy Bank Camp
Daisy Bank Camp sits on a permaculture smallholding in the Yorkshire wilderness near Hebden Bridge. The six cabins are adults only and dog friendly, with wonderful views over the landscape. This is the perfect spot from which to explore the Calder Valley and the South Pennines. Only an hour from central Manchester and Leeds, dog friendly glamping West Yorkshire style doesn’t come much better!
Perfectly formed for sustainable living in comfort, the plush L shaped sofa turns into your double bed in the Stable Cabins. In the Honeycomb Cabins you have a comfy double bed as well as a sofa bed. Refresh yourselves with a hot shower in the modern wet room. A compact kitchen with an induction hob, oven and fridge freezer allows you to whip up something tasty with ease. Gaze out of the doors over dinner and slow to the pace of the natural world beyond. Then sink into bed after an exhilarating day out in the fresh air. Plenty of snug blankets along with underfloor heating makes the cabins at Daisy Bank Camp a cosy choice at any time of year.
Survey the land and skies from your private outdoor seating area. A footpath from the decked terrace takes you straight out onto the moors, paths take you to Calderdale Way and Pennine Way. Daisy Bank Camp also makes perfect accommodation for bike lovers with the National Cycle Route 68 on your doorstep. A bike wash, magazines, games and a welcome hamper all make life easier for you on arrival.
Hebden Bridge is just a ten minute drive away from Daisy Bank camp. Known for its independent spirit, it has many little shops, the Picture House cinema and gorgeous canal side walks. A large variety of restaurants are on offer in Hebden Bridge itself or Todmorden. Just Eat can deliver from a variety of these restaurants straight to your cabin so you can enjoy a cosy night in. Live music at Trades Club or Muse Music and Love vegan café are only a ten minute taxi ride away. Aya Sophia Greek and Mediterranean, The Olive Branch or Rim Nam Thai are just a few of the mouth watering options in Hebden Bridge. National Trust Hardcastle Crags is nearby, and Howarth, the home of the Bronte family, is half an hour by car.
Best choice for…
Walkers, cyclists and those deserving some peaceful breathing space in the great outdoors..
Why Daisy Bank Camp should be on your Wanderlist
Dogs and humans alike will be spoiled for choice of walks and only a stone’s throw from the great cities of the North!
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