Daisy Bank Camp

UK England North West England West Yorkshire Hebden Bridge

  • Contactless check in
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • "We're Good To Go" accredited
  • Adults only
  • Adults Only
  • Short walk to the pub
  • Walking
Cabins in the South Pennines that form a haven for cyclists.
Daisy Bank Camp is a haven for cyclists. Situated in the South Pennines and near to National Route 68, travellers have descended upon this area ever since the Tour de France made its way to Hebden Bridge back in 2014. Owners Angie and Andrew recognised the value in offering people an idyllic, comfortable spot to explore the Calder Valley and beyond, with this being the fruit of their labour. Located atop rolling hills 1,000 feet above sea level, Daisy Bank allows guests to reconnect with nature, while also ensuring that they're equipped with creature comforts.

Daisy Bank Camp features two types of accommodation; the Stable Cabins for two, and the Honeycomb Cabins for four. The former are a trio of terraced hardwood-clad cabins, each offering uninterrupted views to the east, opening out into their woodland surroundings through a sizable half-glazed stable door. Each is self-contained, granting visitors privacy when using their amenities. The Honeycomb Cabins are detached and similarly self-contained, each offering their own unique views of the Pennines. Stay in Curlew for views across the east, Kestrel to be situated beneath pines at the wood's edge overlooking the stream, and Tawny to see over the moor to the south. The neighbouring Deer usually come down to drink from the Daisy Bank Clough most mornings, so set your alarm to wake up with them.

This is a campsite for those looking to be embedded in nature, providing a retreat to get back to your roots but without the hassle of pitching a tent and shared amenities. Located within the grounds of a permaculture smallholding, there's a focus on eco-friendliness and sustainability here, as you'll notice from the recycled materials used throughout the site. The water you'll use is from the site's own purified supply, while home-reared and pasture-fed beef and lamb are available to purchase on occasion.

A plethora of cycling and walking routes are within reach, and Angie and Andrew's collaboration with local businesses means that you can even request an expert guide you around prior to your stay. Enjoy the Pennine Way National Trail close to the site, or head further afield into Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, or Todmorden for a slice of that quaint countryside life. After you're done tearing up those bike lanes, head back to the site and watch the sunset over the Pennines; you'll learn exactly why Daisy Bank's owners call this a special place of peace.

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Facilities

We have 6 cabins for you here at Daisy Bank Camp, and two types of accommodation: the Stable Cabins for 2 people, and the Honeycomb Cabins, which sleep 4. They have been built to the highest standards, with superior insulation and sound proofing, making them the perfect location for all year-round get-aways.
You'll find an allocated parking space for each unit, and a bike wash area for when you come back from sampling the many local bike trails.
The Honeycomb Cabins are detached, wooden clad hexagons, fully self contained and filled with features to create your comfortable haven: double bed and double sofa bed, underfloor heating, a fully equipped micro kitchen with induction hob, fridge and full oven and a shower room with sink and toilet. Curlew Cabin is fully wheelchair accessible with step free access and accessible wet room. 2 huge bi-fold glass doors take you outside where you’ll find a seating area from which to enjoy the peace.
The Stable Cabins are a terrace of 3 hardwood clad cabins converted from our old stable block, with uninterrupted views to the east to catch all the sunrises, and open to the eaves with a huge half glazed stable door. They are also self contained and designed to create the ultimate private den: double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, a fully equipped micro kitchen with induction hob, fridge and combi microwave oven, plus a wet room & toilet. Outside, you’ll find a seating area and a private terraced garden.

Suitable For

Our site has been designed for adults seeking peace with a love of wildlife and the great outdoors; well behaved dogs are welcome for an extra fee, but as much as we love children we don't cater for them. The woods and moors are full of numerous birds and wildlife for you to experience from the doorstep of your cabin: Short Eared Owls, Barn Owls, Tawny and Little Owls; Kestrels nest each year in the large pine tree on the South side, the Curlew, Lapwing and Oyster Catchers herald our Springtime, Summer is full of the calls of Meadow Pipit and Skylark, and the thistle banks are alive with colour with the most wonderful display of butterflies. Deer come down to drink from Daisy Bank Clough at the bottom of the site most mornings, so if you wake with the sun, look out over the moor to the South and you might catch a glimpse. 

Nearby

For the bike enthusiasts brought into our area by the Tour de France & Yorkshire, try out our numerous bike trails, Sustrans National Route 68 is on your doorstep, there’s a bike wash and racks for when you get back. The Pennines is rightly famous for its wonderful walks, including the Calderdale & Pennine Ways which are within a mile or so of Daisy Bank Camp, as is the Mary Townley Loop. There’s also a regular bus service 15 minutes’ walk away to Hebden Bridge & Heptonstall, Todmorden is 10 minutes away by car, and we're 30 minutes from Howarth, home of the Brontës, or Halifax home of Anne Lister, our own Gentleman Jack. If you’d like to spend some time with a local expert, we’ve also partnered with local walking and biking businesses to help you get the very best our hills and valleys have to offer, let us know in the notes section when you book if you'd like us to put you in contact.

Food & Drink

In our village, we have the New Delight Inn, a traditional pub with log fires and hearty food just 20 minutes walk from Daisy Bank Camp. For shopping, we have 2 shops, one is the world famous May’s Shop in Colden, refuge of many a Pennine Way walker over the years, and we also have the Great Rock Co-op which was started by the villagers to create a retail outlet for small scale, local food and craft production and its still going strong. And just 10 minutes away, Hebden Bridge & Todmorden can cater for just about every taste, from Tibetan street food to vegan, with everything in between, and Leeds & Manchester are a short train journey away if all that peace makes you crave a little city life!
We would particularly recommend Todmorden & Hebden Bridge markets, where you’ll see a huge range of locally produced and delicious food – shopping is such a joy when you spend time talking with the person who actually produced your food. Ask us for recommendations of there’s something you particularly fancy.

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The Owner Says

Hello! We’re Angie & Andrew Mossman, welcome to Daisy Bank Camp, a rural retreat set in the hills above Hebden Bridge.         
It's been a long-held dream of ours to create a space for people to come and immerse themselves in all that Calder Valley and the South Pennines has to offer – fabulous characterful towns & villages, stunning views, world famous walks, bike trails for all abilities and wonderful wildlife. Our aim with Daisy Bank Camp is create a special place of peace, where you can re-connect with nature and each other. Set on a rural hillside at 1000ft above sea level, it can be as wild as its wants outside but its oh so cosy within. Daisy Bank Camp in the grounds of a permaculture smallholding which specialises in rare native breed shee and we have designed the camp with a sustainable heart. Throughout the site you'll see recycled materials given a new lease of life and saved from landfill, including several huge tree stumps happily hosting flowers and numerous other lifeforms! The water is from our private supply, purified and delicious, no chemicals. We deal with all our own waste water on site, again without chemicals and our heating design, although currently LPG, is ready for Biomass in the very near future - our desire is to be fossil fuel free as soon as possible. Our own home reared, pasture fed beef and lamb is sometimes available for you to buy, along with other local and home-made produce, as the season allows.

Social Distancing Measures

Each cabin is entirely self contained, with fully kitted out kitchen and wet rooms, so there are no shared facilities for you to worry about; entry is also contactless via a keysafe at the door of your cabin. Additionally, each cabin has a mechanical ventilation unit (MVHR) which provides you with 24hr fresh air, even if the windows and doors are closed.

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Accommodation

Three terraced Stable Cabins sleeping two per cabin, three detached Honeycomb Cabins that sleep up to four.

Linnet

Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in soft greys with splashes of rose like this most beautiful bird, the fully equipped Linnet Stable Cabin sleeps 2 and is in the middle of the terrace

Lapwing

Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in the blues of the Lapwing shimmer, this fully equipped cabin sleeps 2 in a double bed and is on the south end of the terrace.

Skylark

Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in the soft sand shades of the soundtrack of our summer, the fully equipped Skylark Stable Cabin sleeps 2 and is on the north end of the terrace

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Location

Contact Daisy Bank Camp, Long Causeway, Blackshaw Head, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7JB

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Getting There

We are conveniently placed 30 minutes from J24 of the M62, or from M65 at Burnley we are just 15 minutes away. The best way to find us is to use our what3words location which is speakers.stadium.initiates, that will bring you right down our lane to the Daisy Bank Camp entrance. We are 3 miles from Hebden Bridge or Todmorden, both of which are main train stations on the Manchester to Leeds line. The 596 bus runs twice an hour to the village from Hebden Bridge train station, and we are a 10 minute walk from the bus stop.

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Why book with I Love This Campsite?

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