With so much to do in the local area, we have put together some suggestions to make the most of your time with us. From countryside walks ending with a traditional pub lunch to theme parks and stately homes, there’s something for everyone. Please refer to current government guidelines on the reopening of leisure amenities and food and drink facilities.
The Boars Head is a carvery and restaurant, a 15 minute drive from the campsite.
The Crown Inn, Marston Montgomery, serves locally sourced food that follows the seasons where possible., a very short walk from the campsite!
The Roebuck Inn, a lovely pub located in the village of Draycott-In-The Clay, which is near to both Derby and Ashbourne
The Duncombe Arms, Ellastone, for a treat and restaurant quality food.
The Saracens Head, Shirley, a country gastro pub…the food is fantastic … highly recommended but you will need to book!
If you are looking for a lunch time snack…
Denstone Farm Shop is a rustic cafe for drinks and light bites, plus a farm shop/deli selling local artisan produce and only a ten minute drive.
The Sudbury Courtyard is a newly opened retail shopping outlet in the heart of Sudbury village. It sits immediately next to the National Trust’s Sudbury Hall. The sweet little café is located in the courtyard and serves homemade food and cakes. Only a ten minute drive.
Cottage Kitchen Country Café, Winkill, Nr Leek, is a countryside café and farm shop. Cottage delight have a passion for gourmet foods and sell a range of luxury jams, chutneys and gifts. It’s half an hour drive but worth it!
Ashbourne you will find a selection of tearooms and places to eat in Ashbourne including the famous Ashbourne Gingerbread Shop & Restaurant.