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Shaw Farm Static Caravan Site

Self catering Static Caravan Park offering holiday accommodation on a dairy farm near New Mills. Each Static Caravan overlooks open countryside on the edge of the Peak District in Derbyshire, equiped for six people plus individual gardens and parking. Half an hour from Manchester or Buxton by train.

Shaw Farm Holidays offers quality accommodation set on a working dairy farm in the Peak District. During your stay with us you are welcome to come onto the farm to watch the milking and see the young calves. We also have a horse who loves scoffing carrots and the area has an excellent network of footpaths making it easy to explore.

We have 5 static caravans which are all fully equipped for 6 people to tourist board standards. We are a mile from New Mills which has a number of shops and good rail and bus links. Manchester can be reached in half an hour by train, Buxton is also half an hour away either by train, car or bus. 

All sites and atttractions in the Peak District National Park are within an hours drive from Shaw Farm. These include the blue john caves at castleton, historic spa town of Buxton, Bakewell and Matlock.

Please visit our website for full details, pictures, avaialbility and prices of the Static Caravan Site accommodation.

[This is just an indicator of the services for this business, for full and current descriptions please visit their website or contact them.]

Website: 
www.shawfarmholidays.co.uk
Email: 
Phone: 
0161 427 1841
Address: 
Shaw Farm, New Mills, High Peak, SK22 4QE
   
Category: 
Accommodation,  Holidays
Area: 
High Peak
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