Welcome To Wortley Hall CL
Jonathan De Rosa or Stuart Smith
Tel : 01142 882100
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site : www.wortleyhall.org.uk
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Our stately home is located just a stone’s throw away from both Sheffield and Barnsley, and you can choose from a beautiful selection of caravan pitches set in a country oasis right on Sheffield’s doorstep. Dogs are welcome at no extra charge, and there are excellent dog walking areas in the grounds for you and your four legged friends to enjoy.
Our delightful Caravan and Motorhome Club site is priced from £20.00 per night, and includes an electric hook up feature, for added security. Fridays/Saturday/Sundays have a 2 night minimum stay policy. Our beautiful caravan pitches, located in breath-taking, expansive countryside, are highly sought after. To book click here.
Facilities : Electric hook up available, Hardstanding Pitches, Suitable for Caravans & Motorhomes , B & B, Dogs allowed.
Nearby : Restaurant/Pub, Stately Home,
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £20
This site is beautiful, wonderful scenery and views , pub close 10 mins walk away and also small shop , Would definitely return , But they need a couple of skips to remove the old bathroom suites piled up near the new toilet / shower block , We took our dog and disappointed not to find dog waste bin , hence people not picking up after there dog near where we where pitched , Also we had a very noisy neighbour who thought it was acceptable to have Ibiza rave in his camper on his lonesome till 1 am We did report it to reception who where very obliging to speak to him he also didn’t leave till after 12.30 pm the next day , he obviously had his own rules of camping club , Luckily he was there only for one night Or else we would have left ,thankfully we had a better second night and would definitely return
Lovely clean site, very secure, really good contact from reception prior to arrival. Keypad entry to site and for showers/ toilets too (but we use our own). Secluded little part of the vast grounds and very pleasant walking available throughout. Loved the walled garden in autumn sunshine. The Hall has a really nice restaurant and bar food available (as well as afternoon tea). There is a safe off the road bridle track walk to the next village. However the village of Wortley itself is an easy 5 min walk and has a pub, coffee rooms, farm shop and a lovely old village church. Will happily come back here for another short break.
Stayed here for 2 nights. What a lovely location, with toilets and showers. Probably the best CL we have stayed on to date. The bar in the Hall is quiet and the staff especially Dave behind the bar are very informative about the history of the Hall. There is a pub called the Wortley Arms 10 minutes walk away, which has a good selection of drinks and also does fine dining. Next to it is the Mens Club. This was a great find with friendly locals and fish and chips served on a friday. Locally there at lots of walks and cycle rides on the Trans Pennine Trail. We loved it.
What a fabulous CL!
Set in a tranquil and scenic location, Wortley Hall is a treat - easy to find and access. The CL area is beautifully landscaped and kept, though the pitches aren't that level so bear that in mind. The shower/toilet block is excellent - clean, new and very well appointed. Poorly lit access in the dark/rain though, so don't forget your trusty torch and the door code they give you. The disposal/fresh water services are close enough to the pitches, offer everything you need and are practically designed and well-thought-through. There's a little shop in easy walking distance and there plenty of info in Reception. The history and ownership of the Hall are interesting too and the gardens and "pond" are stunning. Look out for the ducks... The only bizarre note was the fact that the chef decided to close the kitchen an hour early on a whim...I could understand it for the restaurant at which I'd always expect to make a reservation, but not for bar food....and this was a right pain frankly...especially as I checked the timings when we booked in. That aside we'd go back like a shot...
Wortley A Stunning Place
We stayed here over late May Bank Holiday(yes just got round to doing my review). Quaint CL site situated behind Wortley Hall near the Walled Garden. All the pitches are surrounded with their own privet hedge for privacy..yes they are quite small compared to some but we managed with our twin axle and kampa air awning adequately. The toilets and showers are so modern and clean. The grounds are wonderful for walks with abundance of wild life..and you have access all around . We loved exploring with out dogs. A small walk into the village from the estate where you will find the pub....club...shop...post office..tea rooms..enough for what we needed. My only gripe as stated before was the continuous visitors to the hall to various weddings ect.( there were 2 weddings the weekend we stayed) who thought that they could just wander around the Cl site..I really didn't like this... as you don't know who they are or what they are up to..as a caravanner for many many years I have never been concerned about what we leave in our awnings when going out..but here I did..Wortley Hall need to put up very clear signs that there is a Strict No Access to the Caravan Site unless you are staying on it.
Directions : From Sheffield head north on the A61 then take the A629 towards Huddersfield. On entering Wortley, turn right down Park Avenue, just after the Wortley Arms. Then bear left through gates for Wortley Hall and follow driveway towards reception. Site on right - watch for CL signs.