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Callow Top Holiday Park - Ashbourne

    Within walking distance of the market town of Ashbourne, yet surrounded by open green fields, Callow Top is an award winning family holiday park.

    As well as caravan, tent, trailer tent and motorhome pitches we also have four self catering holiday cottages to hire. Short breaks are available in our cottages except during July & August when the minimum stay is 1 week.

    Our touring & site is open from the week before Easter until the first weekend in November. The holiday cottages are available all year.

    Our 4 star campsite and caravan site facilities include:

    • Toilets & Showers
    • Large shop selling groceries & camping equipment
    • Pub & restaurant serving meals and real ale brewed in our very own microbrewery.
    • Heated swimming pool (May – Sept)
    • Disabled facilities
    • Children’s play area
    • Amusement arcade
    • On site coarse fishing
    • Cycle hire
    • WiFi Hotspot
    • Cafe Bar with Sky TV (weekends and peak season only.)
    • Entertainment during peak season
    • Laundry facilities

    Things To Do
    Callow Top is ideally located for exploring the Derbyshire & Staffordshire Peak District. There’s so much to do, and lots of places to explore, including

    • Alton Towers – just 20 minutes drive
    • Gulliver’s Kingdom theme park for younger children – 25 mins drive
    • Heights of Abraham – 25 mins drive
    • Chatsworth House, gardens and Farmyard – 30 mins drive
    • Trentham Gardens & Monkey Forest
    • Caverns at Castleton – 45 minutes drive
    • Picturesque towns of Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock
    • Dovedale famous for the stepping stones across the River Dove.

    Outdoor Activities
    We have direct access to the Tissington Trail walking and cycling route from the site. Bikes including adults, childrens, buggies and tag alongs, can be hired from reception. There are lots of footpaths leading from the site and in the local area. Other cycle trails include the Manifold Trail and Carsington Reservoir. The Peak District is a renowned area for climbing. Water sports, golf and pony trekking are available nearby.

    When should you visit?
    During peak season we’re a very busy family park with lots of children staying and entertainment up to 4 times a week.

    Low season is the perfect time to visit for couples, and families with pre-school age children, who prefer a quieter break.

    Winter Storage
    For caravans or motorhomes winter storage is available during our closed season from the beginning of November until the weekend before Easter.
    Please give us a call for further details.




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