Combs Valley Campsite

Combs Valley Campsite is an all-year-round campsite suitable for tents, caravans, and camper vans. We also have three new glamping pods if you are looking for that extra bit of added luxury.


The Choice Is Yours.

We offer a range of different options when it comes to booking your break at Combs Valley Campsite, whether you are bringing your own tent, caravan, or campervan or you'd prefer to stay in one of our glamping pods.

Our Brand New 2023 Facilities.

The site has 2 amenity blocks, all with free hot water to the hand basins and good spacious showers. There is a chemical disposal point and waste facility. Freezer, tourist information leaflets and general advice are available from reception at the farmhouse.

It's Not Just  Camping.

Chapel en le Frith Golf Club
Things to do
Activities & more
From golf courses to kayaking and local walks, there are plenty of things to do in The Peak District
Beehive Inn
Food & drink
Local pubs and restaurants
A wide selection of pubs, bars & restaurants, family & dog friendly venues to suits all needs
The Devonshire Dome, Buxton.
Local areas
Walk or drive
Visit places of local interest, Buxton, Castleton, Edale, Hope Valley, Chatsworth & beyond
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Local Villages
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Visit Local  Attractions.

We are a short walk to two local pubs, the Beehive and the Hanging Gate. More resturants and pubs are in our local town, Chapel En Le Frith. The train station is a 20 minute walk away – with a footpath leading directly from the campsite to the station.

Pubs & Restaurants we  Recommend.

Combs, Whaley Bridge and Chapel-en-le-Frith are all close by, our local pub is a 5 minute walk away and Buxton is 5 miles away for more great places to eat and drink (too many for us to list). So we’ve included a link here to give you some ideas.

Indoor & Outdoor Activities

Here are some ideas for days out and places to visit during your stay and activities for both wet and dry days. We've included activities for families and groups or solo travellers and couples, the peak district has something for everyone.


Enjoy The Peak District.

Combs Valley Campsite is surrounded by beautiful scenary and famous landmarks, the High Peak has some amazing places to visit and explore.


People Talking About Us.

Tyla Barke
Tyla Barke
December 27, 2023
First time staying here very nice location, very comfortable bed inside the pod , comes with a fridge cutlery etc so you can prepare food , also extra bonus dog friendly 🥘 😊
Paul Stafford
Paul Stafford
October 23, 2023
A beautiful campsite, with stunning views over the valley and lake. Everything was spotlessly clean. Warm showers, and well drained hard standing areas. Highly recommend.
October 19, 2023
Quiet, rural touring site with extensive views. The location is close to the owners farm on a sunny hillside within easy walking distance of Combs villiage and its excellent pub with small shop. The town of Chapel en le Frith has most things you might need and is a couple of miles away .Toilets are clean and reasonably modern. Probably about 7 years old i'm guessing. There is a rail line behind the pitches and trains run maybe hourly but stop over night. Some walks from site including the circuit of the reservoir and the hill walk around Combs Moss. Dont miss Castleton, the Dovedale valley, ilam park and Eyam. Independent site. No longer anything to do with Camping Club. Pods available and tent field camping.
Donna McCracken
Donna McCracken
October 17, 2023
We stayed here in September in the Rosie Robin Pod for 5 nights. Very nice site, clean and tidy toilets and showers. Only problems would be the pod said it came with pots and pans, and all we had was a frying pan, so we had to buy a saucepan. Also, in the women's toilets, there are no sanitary bins or sanitary bags, just a bin by the sinks. We would stay again as the price was very good and our dog was allowed, which is not often the case with other places staying in pods. Highly recommended
jules bilinis
jules bilinis
October 16, 2023
Beautiful location.
Andrew Kenworthy
Andrew Kenworthy
October 16, 2023
A cheeky overnight stay here, the campsite is absolutely beautiful. Good clean facilities,we stayed in our Dub camper van but had a nosey at the pods on site which were very well equipped with heating ,cooking facilities and bedding in with the price. The hard standing camper areas ( with optional EHU) are very reasonably priced. The local area is great for walking,cycling and the res( combs res) which we looked onto offer paddle board and canoe facilities . The local pub is called the beehive inn where we had a meal in the evening which was absolutely excellent,and returned for breakfast which again was fantastic. A great stop over only an hour from us in Holmfirth. We will definitely be back.😎
harrie de Lauw
harrie de Lauw
October 14, 2023
Nice stop-over near Peak District between e g. ferry and Lake District. Very friendly staff. Pub on 7 min. walk for a drink or food. Very narrow road from/to campsite with hardly any passing places.
Fay Hooper
Fay Hooper
September 29, 2023
Amazing views over countryside. Nice showers/toilets. Friendly owner.
Antony Williams
Antony Williams
September 14, 2023
Camped here for 3 days. Views are spectacular, showers and toilets clean and the site is very well looked after. Great place to go for walking as a few trails start just outside the site. Also two pubs in walking distance. Will definitely be back.

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