Daisy Bank Camp

UK England North West England West Yorkshire Hebden Bridge

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  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
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  • Adults only
  • Adults Only
  • Short walk to the pub
  • Walking
Cabins in the South Pennines ideal for walkers and cyclists

Daisy Bank Camp is a haven for cyclists. Situated in the South Pennines and near to National Route 68, travellers have descended upon this area ever since the Tour de France made its way to Hebden Bridge back in 2014. Owners Angie and Andrew recognised the value in offering people an idyllic, comfortable spot to explore the Calder Valley and beyond, with this being the fruit of their labour. Located atop rolling hills 1,000 feet above sea level, Daisy Bank allows guests to reconnect with nature, while also ensuring that they're equipped with creature comforts.

Daisy Bank Camp features two types of accommodation; the Stable Cabins for two, and the Honeycomb Cabins for four. The former are a trio of terraced hardwood-clad cabins, each offering uninterrupted views to the east, opening out into their woodland surroundings through a sizable half-glazed stable door. Each is self-contained, granting visitors privacy when using their amenities. The Honeycomb Cabins are detached and similarly self-contained, each offering their own unique views of the Pennines. Stay in Curlew for views across the east, Kestrel to be situated beneath pines at the wood's edge overlooking the stream, and Tawny to see over the moor to the south. The neighbouring Deer usually come down to drink from the Daisy Bank Clough most mornings, so set your alarm to wake up with them.

This is a campsite for those looking to be embedded in nature, providing a retreat to get back to your roots but without the hassle of pitching a tent and shared amenities. Located within the grounds of a permaculture smallholding, there's a focus on eco-friendliness and sustainability here, as you'll notice from the recycled materials used throughout the site. The water you'll use is from the site's own purified supply, while home-reared and pasture-fed beef and lamb are available to purchase on occasion.

A plethora of cycling and walking routes are within reach, and Angie and Andrew's collaboration with local businesses means that you can even request an expert guide you around prior to your stay. Enjoy the Pennine Way National Trail close to the site, or head further afield into Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, or Todmorden for a slice of that quaint countryside life. After you're done tearing up those bike lanes, head back to the site and watch the sunset over the Pennines; you'll learn exactly why Daisy Bank's owners call this a special place of peace.



There are six cabins at Daisy Bank Camp spread across two separate types of accommodation. The Stable Cabins sleep two people, with these hardwood terraced cabins featuring a double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, and a kitchenette with an induction hob, fridge, and microwave over. There's also a wet room and toilet, with a seating area in your own terraced garden. The Honeycomb Cabins sleep up to four, with these wooden-clad hexagons featuring both a double bed and a double sofa bed, underfloor heating, and a kitchenette with an induction hob, fridge, and full over. There's also a shower room with a sink and a toilet. The Curlew Cabin option is fully wheelchair accessible.

Suitable For

Glamping, dogs (for an extra fee) - yes. Camping, caravans, campervans, motorhomes - no


Hebden Bridge is a hot spot for cyclists due to its appearance in the 2014 Tour de France, with its various routes and bike trails seeing tourists descend on the region all year round. The Sustrans National Route 68 is right on your doorstep, stretching a whopping 265 miles with a huge canal embankment, market towns, and farmland in its trail through the south Pennines. Cyclists can also enjoy the Hebden Bridge to Brighouse route, which follows the towpaths of the Rochdale Canal and the Calder and Hebble Navigation, all along Route 66 (no, not that Route 66). Daisy Bank Camp also works with the area's local cycling business, so if you want an expert to accompany you on one of your trails, ask the owners before you book in. It's a 15-minute car journey to Todmorden, a quaint market town in the Upper Calder Valley, and a 15-minute drive will also take you to Howarth, home of the Brontë sisters. Visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum (01535 642323) to see a huge collection of their works which inspire writers to this day.

Food & Drink

The New Delight Inn (01422 844628) is a five-minute drive or brisk one-and-a-half-mile drive from the site, a traditional pub with log fires and serving hearty food and drink. The long-running May's Shop is also a five-minute drive away, lovingly referred to as 'Aladdin's Cove' by the locals, stocking everything you need and even things you don't, like whisky and sausage croissants. The Great Rock Co-op is a co-operate venture by this shop's suppliers and customers, less than a five-minute drive from the site or a 25-minute walk, and supplying local produce and craft goods. The Todmorden Markets (01422 288001) in the village of the same name is another excellent place to get your local produce, all from passionate suppliers serving delicious cheeses, chocolates, and other delicacies.

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The Owner Says

Hello! We’re Angie & Andrew Mossman, welcome to Daisy Bank Camp, a rural retreat set in the hills above Hebden Bridge.         
It's been a long-held dream of ours to create a space for people to come and immerse themselves in all that Calder Valley and the South Pennines has to offer – fabulous characterful towns & villages, stunning views, world famous walks, bike trails for all abilities and wonderful wildlife. Our aim with Daisy Bank Camp is create a special place of peace, where you can re-connect with nature and each other. Set on a rural hillside at 1000ft above sea level, it can be as wild as its wants outside but its oh so cosy within. Daisy Bank Camp in the grounds of a permaculture smallholding which specialises in rare native breed shee and we have designed the camp with a sustainable heart. Throughout the site you'll see recycled materials given a new lease of life and saved from landfill, including several huge tree stumps happily hosting flowers and numerous other lifeforms! The water is from our private supply, purified and delicious, no chemicals. We deal with all our own waste water on site, again without chemicals and our heating design, although currently LPG, is ready for Biomass in the very near future - our desire is to be fossil fuel free as soon as possible. Our own home reared, pasture fed beef and lamb is sometimes available for you to buy, along with other local and home-made produce, as the season allows.

Social Distancing Measures

Each cabin is entirely self contained, with fully kitted out kitchen and wet rooms, so there are no shared facilities for you to worry about; entry is also contactless via a keysafe at the door of your cabin. Additionally, each cabin has a mechanical ventilation unit (MVHR) which provides you with 24hr fresh air, even if the windows and doors are closed.

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Three terraced Stable Cabins sleeping two per cabin, three detached Honeycomb Cabins that sleep up to four.


Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in soft greys with splashes of rose like this most beautiful bird, the fully equipped Linnet Stable Cabin sleeps 2 and is in the middle of the terrace


Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in the blues of the Lapwing shimmer, this fully equipped cabin sleeps 2 in a double bed and is on the south end of the terrace.


Cabin Sleeps 2
Decorated in the soft sand shades of the soundtrack of our summer, the fully equipped Skylark Stable Cabin sleeps 2 and is on the north end of the terrace

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Contact Daisy Bank Camp, The Long Causeway, Blackshaw Head, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 7JB

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Getting There

The site is 30 minutes from Junction 24 of the M62, and is 145 minutes away from the M65 at Burnley. Visitors are encouraged to use the what3words location of 'speakers.stadium.initiates,' which will bring guests to the lane before Daisy Bank Camp's entrance. The site is three miles from Hebden Bridge or Todmorden, both of which are main train stations on the Manchester to Leeds line. The 596 bus runs twice an hour to the village from the Hebden Bridge train station, and the site is a 10-minute walk from the bus stop.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 3 reviews


Perfect destination for cycling and hiking near Hebden Bridge

We stayed at the stable lodges for a long weekend over the August bank holiday and cannot fault our stay at Daisy Bank Camp. The accommodation is thoughtfully designed with everything you might need for a relaxed weekend. The view from the seating area in front of the lodges was amazing and a perfect place to chill out after a day cycling or hiking around Hebden Bridge. The clever use of space inside was particularly impressive and the compact but well equipped kitchen was great for cooking meals. The accommodation was perfectly located near Hebden Bridge (close to takeaways, restaurants + shops) but when you were there it was very quiet and relaxing.

Wonderful, peaceful retreat with stunning views

My partner and I enjoyed a lovely relaxing weekend here with our four-legged friends. The views down the valley are stunning and the walks in the surrounding area are excellent. Daisy Bank Camp is conveniently positioned near Hebden Bridge, which we enjoyed exploring and the steep rugged country roads are fun. The town has a great range of dining options. The accommodation was neat and had everything you need with superb hosts who communicated brilliantly before our late evening arrival.

Response from Daisy Bank Camp

Thank you so much for your lovely review! It was a pleasure to have you here, and hope to see you again soon.
Angie & Andrew


We had the pleasure of staying at Daisy Bank Camp

We had the pleasure of staying at Daisy Bank Camp for 4 nights for a much needed break in Yorkshire! We loved our cabin (Skylark), it was beautifully decorated, clean and a good size. The kitchenette facilities were great, the sofa bed was comfortable and we had everything we needed for our stay. Our puppy was also welcome and the treats were a lovely touch! The views were amazing and we loved waking up to them each morning and having breakfast outside the cabin. Our hosts Angie & Andrew were lovely, on hand if needed but we were also left to enjoy our stay. The camp is a brilliant location, not far from Hebden Bridge and a nice walk if you wanted it. We also visited Howarth and Hardcastle Craggs for days out and walked up to Stoodley Pike. No complaints, just a fantastic time. Thanks for an amazing stay, we will definitely be back!!
Aug 28, 2021 by Em Harry Verified Review

Response from Daisy Bank Camp

So glad you had a lovely stay! Its wonderful to be able to share our beautiful valley with visitors, sounds like you made the most of it! Look forward to welcoming you back soon.
Angie & Andrew

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