Standcliffe House C.L.

Turn Right past Standcliffe House on Plaistow Green Road . Entrance to the Site is the next driveway on your left in 50 Mtrs

Crich Stand

View of Crich Stand . The memorial to those who died in conflict.

View from the Top of the Site

Crich Village in the Distance

Previous Next

Full Site


Standcliffe House C.L. Site Details 2016

Click here to email Standcliffe House C.L.

This delightful site is situated adjacent to the

Crich Tramway Village with  panoramic views of the 

Derbyshire and Peak District Countryside 

both from the C.L.and also from the

Famed Derbyshire Viewpoint of Crich Stand

which is 1000 ft above sea level.

Crich Stand is an inland lighthouse

which is a Memorial to the soldiers killed in conflict.

 From this vantage point you can see eight counties,

and on a clear day the Humber Bridge

and Lincoln Cathedral are visible.

The grounds of Crich Stand also houses the Beacon which

is lit on special occasions and is reputed

to have first been lit to warn of the Spanish Armada Invasion.


The village of Crich was the setting for the T.V. Drama "Peak Practice".

And for those who are interested the owner can

point out some of the locations that were used.

There are Shops, Tea Room and Pubs all within 200 - 300 yards of the site.

Toilet , Shower and Tourist Information on site,

Well behaved dogs are allowed

with walks across the road from the site.

Children are allowed  so long as they are well behaved.


 With Consideration for other Caravan Owners

No ball games allowed at all on-site.

There is a recreation ground in the village with a

Childs Play Ground , Football Field and Play Areas,

The Crich Tramway Museum

does a buy one get one free offer on

production of your Caravan Club Membership Card

and the Voucher That can be printed Off the Caravan Club Website


The Tramway Museum is adjacent to the C.L.


      Other attractions include Matlock,

Matlock Bath and the

Cable Car up to the Heights of Abraham 


the Great Houses off  Chatsworth House,

Haddon Hall, and National Trust properties of

Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall,  Caulke Abbey and  Sudbury Hall

are less than one hours drive away.


     Other attractions include

Alton Towers, Carsington Water, Ogstan Water,

Cromford Canal and Village

and the High Peak & Tissington Trail

 for walking and cycling together with the

Peak District including the Towns of Bakewell

(The Market Day on Monday is recommended),

Ashbourne, and Buxton with Castleton and the

Derwent Dams also highly recommended,

not forgetting the local towns of Alfreton, Ripley and Belper.

with Chesterfield a little further afield.

The City of Derby has the Westfield Shopping Centre

The Cathedral Quarter has some magnificent architecture.

 Macarthur Glen the factory outlet

is only 6 miles away Nr Junction 28 of the M1.

Follow Us On Twitter - Image
Facebook Image