Welcome to Forestside Farm, an Organic Dairy Farm in beautiful, Staffordshire countryside, wonderful views of the Dove Valley and Weaver Hills. Local walks, the perfect place for some time away.
Hard standing for 5 caravans, with hook-up. Paddock area for approx. 10 tents. 2 Camping Pods, Sleep 4/5, a carpeted interior floor area, timber decking on which to sit or prepare food. Lockable French doors, double glazed, fitted heater. Small window in the back wall for light and ventilation, lights and electric socket. You also have full use of our heated showers, toilets and kitchen facilities.
Luxury Bell Tents for hire, fully furnished. Contact: www.tinkersbells.co.uk
There are 2 Ladies toilet/shower rooms and 2 Gents toilets/shower rooms. Kitchen area with Washing up facilities, fridge, kettle, toaster, microwave and freezer. ALL PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE.
There is also a CWD unit which is signposted on the fence.
Coarse fishing available. Well behaved dogs welcome. No playground area, but children are welcome to play in the adjacent field, subject to cows! This is a working farm you are welcome to look around, children must be supervised.
The nearby village of Marchington & Draycott provides Post Office/Shop. Butchers shop also close by. Enjoy coffee and cake at Indulgences Café in the centre of town. Local country pubs and eating places
Forestside is only a 25 minute drive to Alton Towers with its sensational rides and attractions, as is the Peak District, Ashbourne and the former
Royal Hunting forest of Cannock Chase, where one of Britain\’s largest herd of Fallow Deer roam free.
Drayton Manor Park is a little further away, but with an award winning Zoo, it is well worth the visit. Waterworld and the home of Wedgewood in the \”Potteries\” at Stoke on Trent makes a great day out, as does Carsington Water in the Peak District for cycling, walking, sailing and wind surfing!
There are many National Trust properties within easy reach, Sudbury Hall, Kedleston Hall and Calke Abbey are all splendid places visit. The National Arboretum is also in easy reach, as is Tutbury Castle and the National Forest Adventure Farm.