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Smithson Farm

Type:Camping & Caravan Site

Woodend, Reedley Hallows, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 9DR

Tel: 01282 788290/07809 274910

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Smithson Farm

Glamping, Camping and Caravan Park set on 1.2 acres of level land on the outskirts of Burnley in the Hamlet of Reedley Hallows in the Heart of Pendle Witch Country and within easy reach of the villages of Barley, Newchurch in Pendle, Roughlee and Barrowford.

By car it is less than an hour from Manchester , Leeds , the Yorkshire Dales, The Forest of Bowland, Ribble Valley and the Coastal resorts of Blackpool and Southport and it is only a few miles from the famous Boundary Mill Shopping Outlet, Oswaldtwistle Mills and within walking distance of Barden Mill and Marina. Walkers have easy access to The Pendle Witch Trails, The Laund Booth Circular, The Bronte Way and The Leeds Liverpool Canal towpath.

For tourers and motorhomes the site is hard standing with metered electric hookups (so you only pay for what you use). Tents have a well cared for grassed area. 

Also available are two luxuriously appointed Pods brand new for 2018, craftsman built to the highest standards using Siberian Larch and insulated and sound proofed throughout, for all year round use. For two adults only, they provide spacious accommodation consisting of one main room and a small toilet room. The main area has a beautiful oak double bed with a sumptuous memory foam mattress and comes complete with bedding, luxury embroidered bath robes and complimentary slippers. There is a comfy settee in one pod and two equally comfortable chairs in the other both have coffee tables and lamps. All the bedding, and soft furnishings are co-ordinated. There are TVs in the pods, tea & coffee making facilities, a fridge for those must have bottles of wine & beer. and a heater in case it gets chilly in the evening. Lighting in the pods is by LED down lighters and this is also a feature of the outside decked area, where there is a box for outdoor shoes or boots and where you can sit on a late summer evening and watch the stars and enjoy a glass of wine straight from the fridge.

A magnificent Shepherd’s Hut which has been designed for two adults and hand built is available on site. This has everything you need for a countryside break,including all bedding and towels, so all you need to take are your clothes and tooth brush. The Shepherds Hut which sleeps two adults has it own outside table and chairs as well as a gas barbecue. it has a full oven, a fridge,hot water, a TV and a superb bed settee with a quality memory foam mattress. 

There are excellent toilet and shower facilities on site and they sell their own eggs as well as home-made jams, marmalades, chutneys, lemon cheese and honey. Also on site is a unique Mining Museum and a small Tea Room where you can treat yourself to a full English breakfast (please order the day before) a light lunch or a superb cream tea with home-made scones and their own strawberry jam.

Small family groups are welcome and the children can enjoy feeding the many rescue animals on the farm and maybe a little ride on Robbie one of their miniature Shetland ponies. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead as they have many ex battery hens which are free range and wander about the site. 

 

 

Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
17
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Camping Pods (sleeps 2 adults)£70.00 per unit pn
Caravan/Motorhome/Tent Pitch£17.00 per pitch pn (2 people)
Lodge (sleeps 2 adults+2 children under 14)£90.00 per unit pn
Shepherds Hut (sleeps 2 adults)£75.00 per unit pn

*Caravan/Motorhome/Tent Pitch - £5 per night for each additional adult, £3 for each additional child between 5 - 16 years, under 5's are FREE

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change.

Opening Times

Open all Year (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)

Awards

  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsQuality Charter Quality Charter 2014

Directions

Road Directions

Leave the M65 at Junction 12, turn right at the roundabout in the direction of Brierfield and Burnley. At Windermere Avenue turn riight (slowing for the speed camera) then turn right on to Barden Lane and drive past Barden Mill which is on your right. Turn left immediately you cross the bridge over the Leeds & Liverpool Canal driving down Woodend Road.

Facilities

Other

  • Mains Drinking Water
  • Metered Electricity/Gas

Children & Infants

  • Accept Children All Ages
  • Children Welcome

Establishment Features

  • Chemical Disposal Point
  • Disabled Access/Toilets
  • Drinking Water Supply
  • Electric Hook-Up Points
  • Garden/patio for guests' use
  • Public Toilets
  • Showers

Provider Preferences

  • Farm
  • In countryside

Room / Unit Features

  • Chemical Toilet Disposal Facilities

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