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Hales Hall Caravan & Camping Park

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Satnav Quick Search ID: S27859S

Cheadle, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, ST10 4QR

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01538 753305

Open from Mar to Oct

situated in 16 acres on the edge of the delightful Peak District. In its own outstanding beauty we overlook the historic market town of Cheadle which is just a short distance away. We have within walking distance the wonderful Les Oakes and Sons Architectural Salvage Yard, St Giles Catholic Church "Pugins Gem", which is considered to be the finest of all churches built by A WN Pugin, which we highly recommend a visit. Alton Towers the UKs number 1 Theme Park is only a 10 minute drive. Within the grounds of the Holiday Park is Hales Hall which is a Grade II listed building, built in 1712 for Sir Matthew Hale who was Lord Chief Justice of England. Today it provides a warm, friendly bar with a function room for residents only.
Pitch £20 inc 2 people
Electric £5

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182m above sea level

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Review by: pvw10
Visit date: Sep 2020
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Lovely site and owner, enjoyed our stay here.
Facilities are good, pitches are all grass bar two but ehu eveywhere.
When the hall bar is open its a beauty of a room, with superb seating areas at the front with good seating.

The seasonal vans have all the “proper” pitches but the grass ones are fine, but all gently slope down.

Its best as a Caravan site as there are no walks or pubs nearby for motorhomes.
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