The campsite will remain closed in line with the current guidelines and will re-open 12th April 2021 to caravans, camper vans and motorhomes that can be completely self sufficient due to the current restrictions we are having to follow. We are unable to accept any tents from 12th April - 17th May as we cannot open any toilets, showers, pot washing or any other shared facilities. Bookings are currently being contacted in date order, please bare with us as we are working through a large amount of bookings.
We received our guidelines from the Government, and these guidelines are now up and available for you to read. Please click here to view more information. We ask everyone to please read before making a booking and if you have an existing booking.
Following on from the latest Government announcement on the 22nd February from week commencing Monday 12th April new law states that no more than one household can gather in a group either indoor or outdoors. This is the maximum we will be able to book at this moment in time. Any groups found booking separately will be asked to leave the site immediately.
Please click on the link for more information - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing
We ask that you please respect the safety of other guests and staff.
We look forward to welcoming you all.
You will always find a warm welcome at Barn Farm. We are in the heart of the Peak District and we provide an idyllic location for camping. We are located 7 miles south of the historic market town of Bakewell and 3 miles west of Matlock. Barn Farm is ideally situated to access the diverse array of local attractions.
Offering 5 star facilities and a picture perfect scenery you will be able to relax and enjoy your stay!
The Limestone Way passes close by the farm, which is situated on the junction of no less than 4 major footpaths throughout the area. Bordering the farm is the mystical Stanton Moor with its ancient 'Nine Ladies' stone circle. A little farther afield the River Lathkill provides the focus of a pleasant walk through the Lathkill Dale. Robin Hood's Stride and Catcliffe Rocks are just 2 of the local climbing areas.
Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are close by. Matlock Bath boasts the children's attraction 'Gullivers Kingdom' and a cable car to the Heights of Abraham. There is also the Derbyshire Wildlife's Whistlestop Centre and Mining Museum.
The 10 best campsites for wildlife as voted by the Guardian. We are on this list :)
We are in the top 5 best British family campsites as voted by the Telegraph.