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Longnor Wood Holiday Park

Longnor, nr Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 0NG

  • 01298 83648
  • www.longnorwood.co.uk

The owners decided no kids, no satellite TV campers. In fact no noise pollution at all-just the countryside.

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Longnor wood holiday park medium
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Longnor Wood Holiday Park is a small select park ’just for adults’. Peace, tranquility and a very warm welcome await our visitors. Quiet, friendly dogs are welcomed on site (maximum 2 per unit) and we have a four acre field where dogs can exercise their owners! We are located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, an area of outstanding beauty, with unspoilt, dramatic rolling countryside and charming villages. We enjoy a quiet, secluded position, hidden from any road. Surrounded by woodland and farmland, Longnor Wood Holiday Park provides the perfect base for exploring the unique and beautiful Peak District. The picturesque village of Longnor, where Peak Practice was filmed, is 1.25 miles away, offering a wide selection of public houses all with a food offering, a craft centre, general store, post office and chip shop. The old cobbled square is the starting point for many lovely walks. We have 47 touring pitches for caravans, motorhomes or tents as well as traditional holiday caravans and luxury two and one bedroomed lodges available for hire. The park is open from 1st March to 10th January, offering the ideal location for your holiday in the Peak District National Park. Longnor Wood Holiday Park is committed to investing time and money in protecting and enhancing the environment. It is our aim to minimise waste and actively encourage wildlife. We are proud winners of the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for our achievements in enhancing the natural world for your enjoyment. Our ever-evolving program of green issues includes recycling paper, glass, cans and plastic bottles. We have implemented a number of the David Bellamy suggestions to reduce water and electricity consumption. We are also dedicated to creating a genuine wildlife haven. During your stay look out for woodpeckers, pheasants, squirrels, rabbits, hares and many more varieties of birds, mammals, butterflies and other insects. On site we have badminton, a boules court and a putting green. We have a small shop for essentials and a small laundry. We also have a covered pot washing area and an area designated specifically to tourist information. Whatever the weather there is plenty to do. On warm days walking, climbing or cycling are popular pursuits and on wet days there is always a farmers’ market, or famous house such as Chatsworth or Haddon Hall to visit. Visitors are spoilt for choice with the number of public houses and restaurants nearby. Golf, fishing and even hang-gliding can be found locally. Many people simply come to sit and read, to totally relax and unwind and perhaps forget the pressures of modern living for whatever time they can. New for 2009, we have installed a pay per use Wi-Fi system for those customers who need to keep in touch or who simply like surfing the web. DO NOT USE OUR POSTCODE IN A SAT NAV AS IT WILL NOT BRING YOU HERE. USE LONGNOR AND FOLLOW THE BROWN CARAVAN PARK SIGNS FROM THERE.


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