Welcome To Acre Hill
Mr C Rushton
Acre Hill Farm Lane Ends
Bolton by Bowland
Tel : 01200447126
Email : email@example.com
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Acre Hill is located in the rural and beautiful Ribble Valley on a working farm. This is a peaceful site with fantastic views directly from the caravan field. The site is level with hardstanding and plenty of space to enjoy a relaxing break.
Clitheroe and Skipton are a short drive away with local shops and pubs within a 5 to 10 minute drive.
The CL is ideally placed for making the most of such a picturesque area with nearby walks and mountain biking at Gisburn Forest which is only a 10 minute drive away and Easington Fell which is on your doorstep for fantastic walking with great views from the site.
Facilities : Suitable for Caravans Motorhomes, Electric hook up available, Easy access, Hardstanding Serviced pitches, Dogs allowed, Scenic Views, Battery charging.
Nearby : Restaurant/Pub, Shop.
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £12
Lovely weekend despite the rain!
Directions are spot on - easy to find. Arrived in the rain and had a very wet Saturday, but it dried up on Sunday. Lovely views and very tranquil. There is hardstanding for your caravan. No issues at all.
perfect site for a peaceful break
Just spent a few days at the Acre Hill CL nr. Clitheroe, which I can recommend if you want a peaceful break. This is a beautifully located site, with fantastic views over the local area, accessing the site is best via the instructions in the site directory . The site is basic, but clean and tidy, with well laid out pitches, electric hook up and good TV reception. This is an ideal site if you need to get away for quite break, whilst still having access to local amenities.
A week near Clitheroe
If you are thinking about a few days away in this area use this site as your base camp. Access this site as per the book as other routes to it could be a bit tricky, it is a lovely peaceful site with good sized pitches that are level with hard standing and electric hook ups. There are lovely views of the great countryside that surrounds the site. You will be met by Raf the friendly three legged sheep dog who loves to play.This is a truly beautiful area of the country to visit and we will be returning soon.
VERY ENJOYABLE STAY
We picked acre hill purely because it was the first site we found with availability over the bank holiday weekend, but so glad we managed to get a pitch here. We loved the tranquility and the scenery it lovely. There is just electric hook up, no other facilities, but that suits us. We had a warm welcome by a very pleasant lady and Raf the dog was our best friend within minutes of arriving . The site is well cared for with a grassed area in the centre and hard standing pitches around the perimeter. Cant fault the site and the only thing that i can think of that could be a slight negative, is that access to the site requires driving down country lanes which are a little narrow and up and down, not a problem if you're confident towing, but a newbie might find it a bit nerve wracking.
You won't be disappointed!
The site's worth it for the stunning views if nothing else. Hardstanding and hook-up is what you want outside of the summer season. Fresh free-range eggs for sale, and Vicki is lovely. Fabulous walking area often over-looked for The Lakes and Yorkshire Dales. The Forest of Bowland is a real gem. If it rains go into Clitheroe and visit Cowmans - the famous sausage shop - plus lots of pubs like Hark To Bounty in nearby Slaidburn - you can't be disappointed!
Directions : Turn right off the A59 Skipton - Preston, onto A671 in the direction of Clitheroe, in 0.75 mile at roundabout turn right into road signposted Chatburn, in 1.25 miles in Chatburn turn left heading towards Grindleton. In about 1 mile in Grindleton continue on road to Staidburn turn left at Duke of York Hotel, in 3 miles at Lane Ends turn right at triangular junction into road towards Bolton By Bowland. Site is on the right in 360 metres. Care required if approach via Bolton and Holden as the road is very narrow.