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Visitor Reviews - Eden Tree House Caravan Park

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Eden Tree House Caravan Park
Eccles Lane
Bradwell
Hope Valley
Derbyshire   (Browse area)
S33 9JT   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01433 623444

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Pitches: 20
Open: 1st March To 31st October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 54 Reviews
              8/10 from 54 Reviews


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Date of Visit: October 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: MadGasket 2 reviews from this member

Excellent site. We arrived toward the end of October facing dire warnings from the Met Office. We were greeted by a cheerful Warden who placed us on 'the island' adjacent to some friends who had arrived earlier. The weather warning turned out to be over-stated and we enjoyed five or so days exploring the local countryside. The staff (and owner) were very helpful, the facilities spotless, and the site looked well maintained. Site fees were very reasonable. We enjoyed our stay, taking advantage of food and beer in the local village and would like to return next year.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: Carriebr 3 reviews from this member

Have just returned home from a week's camp on this excellent site in the Peak District.

Initial visit intended to be 2 or 3 days but kept extending it due to fab location, the site itself being very welcoming and meeting all our requirements. Wish I was still there!

Warden Steve. Very helpful and on call whenever need arises.

Facilities excellent and fit for purpose.

Very relaxed when we stayed there, Steve the warden allowed me to pitch my little tent next to my friend's caravan, no probs.

Loads to do in surrounding area, especially for sporty types like us, I'm a keen mountain biker and the area is prime mountain bike spec. Am keen to return as soon as viable. Friend was enrolled on hang gliding course locally, there was also Bradwell Fell race during our stay 33 miles of spectacular terrain and scenery.

Some lovely shops locally to explore too, a nice bakery in Hope and farm shop and also some excellent pubs serving good food as other reviewers on here have commented.

Highly recommend staying here if you love the outdoors and will defo return sometime soon!

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mattthetraindriver 10 reviews from this member

Booked for 3 nights but after the tail end of Hurricane Bertha the 1st night left us a bit damp so only stayed 2 nights, tents are on a gentle slope all hook up, ground stayed un boggy which was good as we had a lot of rain on the 1st night, ground was soft for all pegs, the warden was friendly enough. But with no bat or ball games allowed at all it wasn't very child friendly, adult supervision was all it needed to keep kids in check, Washing up facilities ok and toilets and showers ok dated and could do with a deep clean and revamp as at £22 per night this site for us was a let down and their all in the static site so tents had a little walk which was strange as I've stayed in a static and are fully self contained bathroom etc? as we have stayed in many Dales campsites for less money and far superior facilities (Studfold Farm)this was a let down in value, all the pubs within walking distance so no taxi after a drink don't serve food on a Monday, the travellers rest did but heard various downsides to the food, plenty of villages and towns to visit nearby in a 30mins+ car journey, but if you came to walk as we did you need to do a lot of research books, maps etc to pinpoint the exact starts of walks as they are hidden well?This site is more a static caravan site and muddle of seasonal well weathered tourers! Felt like you were gate crashing the locals pub! We'll stick to the Dales as it's more inviting and more interesting and a higher standard of sites. Go try yourself if the Peak District is your thing, if your a Dales camper don't bother.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Wolfitman 10 reviews from this member

Good location within a 10 minute walk into Bradwell. Be aware the ice cream shop is only open from 2pm to 5pm! A nice walk into the village and plenty of grass for the dog but be aware that one of the residents has taken to be the local dog poo police warden and shouted at me to pick it up when the dog didn't even go! Site is a single gently slopping field with hookups on all pitches. We were at the bottom where it was flatter but be aware that even when dry the ground was damp so I guess it can get very wet if it rains there. Facilities are a little walk through the statics and are basic but clean and work so are fine. A little TLC is needed that's all. Would happily return in the future if wanting to stay in the area.

Date of Visit: June 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: SJGL 1 review from this member

A very pleasant site, although the ground was fairly muddy when we arrived following rain.

Toilets and showers clean although they are in the static field rather than on the touring field.

Staff very welcoming, not too far into the local village with a very nice chippy.

The pitches seem to be very different in size, we had a large pitch which was in the middle of 2 smaller pitches.

Would go again

Date of Visit: June 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Indy pooch 1 review from this member

Visited the site for a weekend break with friends it was in a good location with a lovely pub literally 1 minute away. On arrival we located the warden Steve who is lovely and he showed us to our pitch and the shower block. We went out for walks and mingled with the locals at the bowling green pub this is dog friendly as some of them aren't so maybe check first

The shower block was always clean and tidy and free showers a tad dated but clean

My only negative comment is you have to walk past the static caravan field to get to the toilet block and the first one that you have walk past must be fed up of the ' cheap seats' as referred as walking past. It was a little awkward at times.

The warden has his hands full!

I would love to go back but maybe a separate toilet / shower block would be ideal so that campers are separate from the statics

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