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Daisy Bank Camp

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Accommodation type:
  • Disabled access
  • Glamping
  • Pets Accepted
  • Private Parking
  • Walking friendly
  • WiFi

Rural glamping in the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire.

Six glamping cabins, and the West Yorkshire moors on your doorstep.

Deep in the moors above Hebden Bridge, alongside the sweet heather and thistle banks, sit our six timber-clad glamping cabins – or ‘nests’ as we call them.

Built by hand, each cabin is named after the birds that fill the air in this precious patch of West Yorkshire; with carefully decorated interiors featuring wallpaper by Hannah Nunn and artwork by Kate Boyce that reflect the birds and the beautiful wilderness they call home.

Here, you can roam the landscape of Ted Hughes and the Brontës right from your front door – and fill your soul with the light, the clouds and the endless views. It’s wild, it’s beautiful and it’s waiting to welcome you.

We have two styles of dog friendly, hand-built Cabins for you: the Honeycomb Glamping Cabins, large glass-fronted nests for catching up in and enjoying the views and wildlife from the comfort of your bed and the Stable Glamping Cabins, a terrace of mini nests, ideal for retiring to after a day exploring the wilds of the Calder Valley and the South Pennines.

Every Cabin comes with the comforts you need to feel rested including a double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, a micro kitchen (equipped with an induction hob, fridge and combi microwave oven), and a compact wet room and toilet. There’s also a terrace garden and outdoor seating area – ideal for stargazing when night falls.

Daisy Bank Camp is set in the grounds of our family’s permaculture smallholding in West Yorkshire. We are remote, yes, but also connected: you’ll find us only ten minutes’ drive from Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall and Todmorden. And only 30 minutes from Howarth, home of the Brontës.

From our door you can walk the Calderdale and Pennine Ways or cycle the Sustrans National Route 68. Should you simply want to curl up with a book alongside the butterflies, birds and deer that live alongside us, be our guest. Think of us as your breathing space from everyday life and you won’t go far wrong.