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"A brilliant campsite with beautiful views. We had the glamping bell tents, the yurt, the van pitches and the shepherds hut for accommodation after our wedding at Alderwasley Village Hall. All family and friends who stayed there had a lovely time, despite the rain. Would recommended and we certainly hope to return next year."

Posted to Facebook by Lauren Bam Bam Barkes-Nickolds

"Spent the weekend here & it's so chilled & laid back. Plenty of room for kids (& adults) to play games. Fantastically priced with amazing countryside views. We bought wood on site & used a fire pit provided. The little honesty shop had lots of handy things & the loos were always clean. We used the free solar showers as it was a hot weekend & they lasted at least 5 mins for about half a bag of water. Sharon & her sister were very welcoming & friendly. We can't wait to return. It's perfect!"

Posted to Facebook by Charlotte Harrop

"We camped here on the early May bank holiday. The field is massive- and the best art is they only allowed people to camp round the edge- so there was loads of space for the kids to run around. They had an coustic duo on the Saturday afternoon, and each group is given a brazier to keep warm t night. There isn't a shower, but camping is all about roughing it isn't it?! The toilets were clean and well stocked with toilet roll. There's also an honesty shop for essentials."

Posted to Facebook by Kate Mullins

"Excellent camp site. Thanks for making us feel so welcome and helping us with lighting the wood. Nice shop too. Happy rover pizza company is good although next time we're there we will ask them for vegan pizza as two children dairy free. They enjoyed garlic bread this time. We enjoyed pepperoni and spicy beef. Toilets and sink were clean. It was all a great experience and lots of fun. Thanks "

Posted to Facebook by John Godkin

"Fantastic 2 nights spent camping here with my nephews. It was lovely to see them running around the huge field being kids. Camp site was basic but a lovely change from the hustle and bustle of city living. The onsite honestly shop was a real treat has a bit of everything. Sharon definitely has a slice of heaven here. Boys and I didn't want to leave..thanks for making our 1st camping experience one that we'll never forget."

Posted to Facebook by Jayne Spiers