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Langcliffe Caravan Park
Langcliffe
Settle
North Yorkshire   (Browse area)
BD24 9LX   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01729 822 387

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Pitches: 75
Open: 1 March To Mid January

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 93 Reviews
              8/10 from 93 Reviews


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Date of Visit: June 2010 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Helen8785 12 reviews from this member

Drove down a very narrow lane to get to the site, which HGV's and other campers come down and it was horrendous! Arrived and was charged for 2 children even though the lady on the phone when booking said she would only charge for one, so the nights there did cost extra. We then found our pitch which was on a slop and we almost burnt the clutch out.

It was terrible. The location of the pitch and the view was great, but reversing the van up a hill nearly killed the car.

Good location and Settle is lovely but not a great deal to do. You need to get out and about if you want to see more as its a quite town.

Nice site but wouldn't stay again due to the slopping pitches.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Fudgetastic 10 reviews from this member

Have just returned from a two night stay, easy to find, met with fairly pleasant reception, given map to find my spot which was a caravan space with electric, and left to own devices. Sloping site though some areas have been terraced for level sites. Showers/toilets clean and adequate. Two play grounds, one at the top of the site and one at the bottom. No football rules, dogs must be kept on leads (though there are some who think these rules do not apply to them). Dog owners be warned there are no real exercise areas. I was given instructions for a walk to the river but this turned out to be down the driveway of a mill/factory and was dark, narrow and lonely. Lots of walking to village etc. But this was down a lane frequented by articulated lorries. But no place to let your dog off the lead. Nice, clean site spectacular views but I think the price per night is a little expensive.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: GooGav 1 review from this member

Booked in efficiently and with no problems over the telephone, at a cost of 15, for a 1-night stay in a 1-man tent with no electricity hook-up.

Arrived about half an hour before official check-in time of 1pm, but no problems. Reception were not particularly welcoming, but certainly not rude. Given a basic map and rough directions to my pitch.

Drove there (watch for the speed bumps!) and pitched tent. Camp appeared large and well-maintained, although my pitch sloped.

Signs clearly said 'no ball games' but a large football match involving about 20 unsupervised children was taking place, and my car and tent were hit a number of times by the ball. On approaching the Warden about this, was told she would 'have a quiet word' with the parents.

Children were running around a lot, with lots of shouting, crying and laughing, and often wandered into other people's tent areas. However, all was quiet by 10pm and not a sound all night.

Picnic bench used was rotten and very unstable, but the other facilities (toilets, showers, bins) were adequate.

Location is very peaceful, but with the small town of Settle nearby (2 minute drive or 20 minute walk).

In general, this was a nice area with a lovely, relaxed atmosphere but spoilt by children!

Date of Visit: May 2009 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Tangledlady 3 reviews from this member

This was our first time camping and we were not disappointed! The site is located in the Yorkshire Dales and the surrounding scenery is beautiful. Add to that the fact that we chose the weekend of a heat wave and you have a perfect camping trip. Our check in was quick and easy, and the lady on reception friendly and helpful. We had a deluxe pitch with electric hook up and water, which was situated on the outskirts of the meadow area. I would strongly recommend one of these pitches as we had a beautiful view of the hills and the scenery was stunning. Facilities were fantastic, clean showers and toilet area with lots of hot water. The small village of Settle is about 5 minutes bike ride and 15 minutes walk away, and there is a petrol station even closer. All in all totally faultless and we would definitely return, although we have lots of other places to visit first!

Date of Visit: May 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Hevonly 4 reviews from this member

As someone else on here has said this site is very close to being a really good site, but unfortunately there are a few things they would have to put right first.

The lady on reception told us upon booking that the pitches were level, on arrival she wasn't particularly helpful, just thrust a form at me (which she already had all the details for any way having written to us when we booked), took my visa card and gave me a map. After that we were on our own, our pitch according to other tourers on the site, was the hardest one to get on (we only found this out afterward).

We drove around the one way and bottomed our van on the steep slope, which broke one of our stabiliser shoe's :-(. After almost burning out our clutch trying to reverse up hill, another camper came across and said it would be better to go round the one way, the wrong way instead as this is what everyone else was doing, and reverse downhill. It would have been nice if the lady on reception had told us this as she knew we had a 8m twin axle. Once we'd got on we were ok, you need a lot of wood as this site isn't level at all.

We had fantastic views and we were close to the water connection and play area, although the one on the top field is not suitable for small children. No swing and very high rope bridge and plastic slide (that gives you an electric shock!).

The showers and toilet were very clean and kept warm, the first two days the showers were a little cold, but on our final day they were so hot I couldn't shower myself

Langcliffe is well situated, lots of good shops, tea rooms and cafe's, the market was good as well. We lacked nothing which was great.

Despite everything I've said, we had a fantastic break away and would come here again but we would be a little wiser next time!

Date of Visit: May 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Janbo25 17 reviews from this member

Just returned from a week at Langcliffe, we booked a super pitch so benefited from the mains water and drainage, the pitches weren't quite level and therefore levelling blocks would be required. Upon arriving the site felt slightly too busy (it was bank holiday weekend) with the centre field being full to capacity with tents, however come Monday the site was lovely and peaceful in a lovely setting.

The toilets and showers were both very clean, although I believe there were a couple of issues with the water temperature being too cold in the ladies when the site was very busy.

There was another field just behind which looked liked it may be being developed over the next few months to enable more pitches, however during our stay it was a lovely area to play with the kids and run around away from the disturbing others.

Overall a very nice site, in a fantastic area and setting, very close to all the local amenities and the luxury of the super pitches means we will definitely be returning again.

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