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Callow Top, Derbyshire: Review

Callow Top Holiday Park

Buxton Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2AQ
Website  01335 344020  enquiries@callowtop.co.uk

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The site

North Little Rock It’s easy to see why Callow Top is so popular and winner of multiple awards.

Gaozhou In an area known for stunning views and beautiful walks, Callow Top’s picturesque location is really very cool. It is in the heart of the Peak District and just a short journey from Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock.

The onsite microbrewery and the Callow Top Inn with its ‘village green’ outside the pub, offer a friendly and relaxed vibe.

Plus, a heated outdoor pool and green spaces for the children to play, make this a gem in the Peak District.

Who can stay

Caravans, Motorhomes and campers. Dogs are welcomed.


  • Heated swimming pool (May-Sept)
  • Free Wifi hotspot
  • Shop & Calor Gas Sales
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Toilets & Showers
  • Alton Towers 20 mins drive
  • 20 mins walk into Ashbourne
  • Direct access to the Tissington Trail
  • Cycle Hire, Coarse Fishing & lots more

Family friendly

Yes. Pool, children’ play area and masses of green open spaces to run free and play games.


A short journey from the Peak District towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock.

Access to Tissington Trail for walking and cycling.

Alton Towers is 20 mins away.

Food & Drink

The onsite pub serves traditional pub food, kids meals and drinks. At peak times, there is entertainment including, family discos, live music, quiz nights, and bingo.

Within walking distance is Ashbourne, with pubs, restaurants and eating places.


All year.

Why so special?

The location. It’s in the heart of the beautiful peak district, with easy access to many places worthy of a visit.

The friendly village feel to the site, with its pool and pub, and plenty of green spaces.

Fab family fun.




We are a family of four, travelling around the UK in our caravan. Seeking hidden gems and special places. Learning to be more eco-conscious along the way.

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