Commanding superb views of the surrounding hills, Eden Tree Caravan Park in Derbyshire is a small, family-run holiday park on the outskirts of the village of Bradwell.
This park offers sheltered, grassy pitches, each with an electric hook-up and suitable for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Seasonal pitches are available for those who would like to stay on-site longer, as well as a static caravan park with holiday homes available for purchase. The up-to-date facilities include a modern, clean amenities block with toilets, basins, free hot showers and a dishwashing area. You can also make use of the utility room and purchase Calor Gas on site.
Just a short walk from Eden Tree Caravan Park is the bustling little village of Bradwell which offers plenty of quaint charm and some superb things to do. You can pick up your holiday and everyday essentials in the local shops and visit some lovely countryside pubs, letting you enjoy delicious lunches and dinners conveniently close by. Other nearby villages worth exploring include Hathersage, Tideswell, Grindleford and Bamford, which also offer some superb pubs and restaurants to enjoy.
Things to do in Derbyshire
Motorhome, camping and caravan holidays offer the perfect opportunity to visit Derbyshire and enjoy everything it has to offer. A relaxing break at Eden Tree Caravan Park puts you in a prime position in the heart of the magnificent Peak District National Park.
This is an ideal location for enjoying the captivating natural beauty of the area, including attractions such as the Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve, just a 20-minute drive away, and the Kinder Scout National Nature Reserve, which is around 40 minutes' drive. History buffs will also want to pay a visit to Peveril Castle, a ruined early medieval castle maintained by English Heritage which sits just a 10-minute drive from the site.
The Peak District is perfect for relaxing and active holidays alike. Whether a gentle amble, an easy cycle ride, a peaceful day of river fishing or coarse fishing or something rather more energetic takes your fancy, there is plenty to keep you entertained here on your motorhome tours and your camping and caravan holidays. Other fantastic Peak District activities include trail walking, horse riding, off-road mountain biking, caving, fell running, rock climbing, windsurfing, swimming, sailing, canoeing, gliding, paragliding, hang gliding and more.
The beautiful spa town of Buxton is also just a half-hour drive from Eden Tree Caravan Park, with the highest elevation of any market town in England, making it perfect for enjoying stunning views and a great day out. The town boasts attractions such as the Pavilion Gardens, Solomon's Temple, the Devonshire Dome, the Millers Dale Viaduct, Poole's Cavern and Buxton Country Park. There's also a local Go Ape! site if you need even more high energy action. To top it off, Buxton is also packed with pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and coffee houses, so there are plenty of places to relax, refresh, take a break and refuel.
DirectionsFrom Sheffield, take the A625 south for about 18miles, then turn left on the B6049 and drive around 1/4 mile. The site is on the right behind The New Bath Hotel.
Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve
Kinder Scout National Nature Reserve
Spa town of Buxton
Based on 2 review(s)
South Yorkshire 06 Aug 2011
Did not like a tent being put right next to my caravan, door side, so could not sit outside or put any kind of awning up, and kept awake at night with the dog barking! You will get a notice put on your caravan door if you leave your dog in caravan for even a short time!
nottinghamshire 17 Jul 2008
We stayed at Eden Tree in July 2008 and were impressed from the beginning, from the gentleman who helped us park the van to the lady booking us in. It is a very friendly site. not large but nice. It also has a static caravan field as well which is where the toilet facilities are. These are exceptionally clean and well looked after. The pot washing area is inside as well which is good and looks out on the lovely views of Derbyshire. The area of Bradwell is quiet with a pub just off site which although shut for renovation at present will be very welcome when open. You are only 10 mins from Castleton. We would recommend this site to anyone.