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Langcliffe Caravan Park
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 87 Reviews
              8/10 from 87 Reviews

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Date of Visit: April 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Suzy_8 3 reviews from this member

We went to Langcliffe Park on the spur of the moment so was a little worried about what we may find but we need not have been. The site is located in some beautiful scenery just outside the village of Settle. There are lots of walks surrounding the site and plenty of animals around for the kids. The site has a playground also perfect for the kids as you can see them clearly from the tent area so they can have a bit of freedom.

The site facilities are plentiful and clean with a very laid back atmosphere all round.

Settle has a lovely cafe for delicious milkshakes and a delicattessan for the most yummy cakes. It really is worth the mile walk from the site! There are a few pub but to be honest we felt a little out of place in them. There are 2 co-op shops and other local shops.

We will definitely be returning in the near future!

Date of Visit: April 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Eddies 3 reviews from this member

Easter at Langcliffe was very enjoyable, we had booked a fully serviced pitch which was great loads of room. They give enough room for all their pitches, so no problems there. You can walk into Settle for a Coffee and slice of cake at ye olde naked man or cross the bridge over the river to giggleswick and have a pint/glass of wine at the pub. Food great loads to pick from (you might be better booking )Lots of little or big walks in the area.

One to visit again

Date of Visit: April 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Janpat 1 review from this member

Just been to Langcliffe for the weekend, its a great site with lots of space for your tents.

The staff were very helpful and friendly, even moving us to a lower down pitch because it was windy!

The toilet and shower block was very clean and as its heated was a bonus at night time.

There are many walks to go on round here, so you wont be bored.

All in all a great site, the only downside was the wind, but you cant blame the campsite for that!

Date of Visit: April 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sweetpeaheidi 9 reviews from this member

The site is located a short distance from Settle. It is walkable if you just want a paper but too far with heavy bags.

Settle contains all you would need for your stay, a large well stocked supermarket, garage, hardware shop for the things you forgot as well as several pubs and restaurants and little gift shops.

The site itself is located away from the road down a long track used mainly by the site traffic, it was quiet enough for our children to go out on their bikes.

Our first impression was the statics occupying every available space, reception is staffed by not the friendliest of people and sells a few basic items and sweets. There is little parking so the road can get blocked when checking in. Next is what appears to be the seasonal pitch field and then on into the tent and touring field (The Meadow) which has a one way system. Here the fun starts. The pitchs are long and narrow with the idea being to park as if still hitched to the van rather than up the side.Unfortunatly there is limited room to manouvre onto the pitch,fine when the site is quiet but as it filled for the weekend people were having to unhitch and push their vans in.The one way system also seemed to be the wrong way for the pitch layout meaning vehicles were having to reverse up steep slopes rather than down.There is also a short steep drop on the road where I caught the rear of my van and several had near misses.Pitches are hard standing for the caravan(grass for the awning) but are not level so take plenty of timber.

First couple of days we had some rain and although not heavy it was enough to start turning it muddy under foot but it soon dried out when the sun started shining.

The site was clean and well kept apart from the bin area which couldn't cope with the bank holiday and soon became a pile of rubbish bags,although it was screened. Toilet and shower block was clean and looked fairly new. Three showers in each didn't seem enough although there was never a queue, one trip in soon told you why. They were scorching hot and far too dangerous for small children. This despite several complaints at reception. By contrast the sink taps were luke warm as was the washing up facility.

There is also WI-FI internet but at 25 we didn't try it.

Good mobile phone reception and digital TV.

There are two play areas,one in the 'seasonal' area which the kids didn't use and one at the top of the Meadow which you can see from all pitches. Noise wise it was a typical site music and chatting but dropped quiet with no problems.

From our point of view the cost 27.50 night for 2x adult, 2x child, caravan/awning and electric ,the slope of the site and the showers was enough to put us off coming again to what could be a really good site.

Date of Visit: April 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Multicamp 1 review from this member

We have just had a absolutely fabulous weekend in the dales. The campsite is situated in a great location to get out and about. Be it walking and cycling. Settle is about a 15-20 minute walk for the pubs. The staff on the site were not the most welcoming when you have just been sat in the car for a while. The toilets and showers were fairly clean but there could have been a few more showers. (3 for the site). The bins could have been emptied a bit more often or possibly more bins provided so people didn't have to leave rubbish bags around this area. But apart from these small negatives we thoroughly enjoyed a cracking bank holiday weekend IN THE SUN! Malham is a nice village to head to on a walk/ drive see the cove and have a few refreshments.

Date of Visit: November 2008 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Shagga 1 review from this member

First time out with our new van, new to all this. Site was easy to find, clean and in a great setting. The touring field is a little bland with very few mature trees, but I am sure in a season or two this field will be as nice as the rest of the site.
The hard stand we had was a little out of level, this made it difficult to get a good seal on the wind skirt. The shower blocks were clean and warm and the shower itself was warm and powerful. Reception staff very helpful.

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