About Brundcliffe Farm

Brundcliffe Farm is a tranquil CL site on a working Dairy farm in the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire. Our site is immaculately lawned with electric hook up and free WiFi.

The farm itself is a working, 245 acre dairy farm within a ring fence, four tenths of a mile off the main Buxton to Ashbourne road, the A515.

Our site is a great base for exploring the beautiful surrounding area, including the High Peak trail which is adjacent with direct access from the farm. The Tissington trail is also nearby, as is the picturesque village of Hartington with its famous cheese shop.

We offer you free WIFI internet, electrical hook-ups and some hardstandings. We're open all year round, we're dog-friendly and we can even bring you your daily newspapers, although these must be paid for.

Prices

Our price is £15 per Pitch per night, with EHU + 2 adults

  • Free wifiFREE WIFI Internet
  • Electrical Hook-upsElectrical Hook-ups
  • Hardstandings availableHard-standings available
  • Open 365 days a yearOpen all year round
  • Daily newspapersDaily newspapers*

*Newspapers must be paid for

Our history

We moved here to Brundcliffe Farm in August 1992, because our two sons Andrew and Michael both wanted to carry on farming and our previous farm was not viable.

On site, we have 130 pedigree Ayrshire cows and 30 pedigree Holstein cows. The total animals on the farm, from birth to milking, is 290. All of our milk is collected by Dairy Crest and then sold in Morrisons supermarkets as Heart of England milk.

Andrew and Michael run the farm with a little bit of help from John and Barbara, who run the CL. We were voted Best Farm CL in 2006 and 2009.

An ideal base for exploring
We're a working dairy farm - our milk is collected by Dairy Crest and sold in Morrisons Supermarkets.

We’re a working dairy farm - our milk is collected by Dairy Crest and sold in Morrisons supermarkets as Heart of England milk. We won Best Farm CL in 2006 and 2009.

Milking time at Brundcliffe Farm!

We have 290 animals, including pedigree Ayrshire and Holstein cows.