If you've ever tuned into Channel 4's popular reality TV show, Four in a Bed, you've likely found yourself daydreaming about staying in one of the show's many charming lodgings. Well, if you're ever in Yorkshire, you need to make Daisy Bank Camp your top priority.
Nestled deep in the moors above Hebden Bridge, Daisy Bank Camp is a blossoming labor of love for Angie and Andrew Mossman. The couple have dedicated themselves to creating a truly unique and relaxing retreat for their guests.
The picturesque rural site boasts stable accommodation, perfect for a group of family or friends seeking a tranquil escape, alongside their more private stunning honeycomb cabins. These cabins are the epitome of cozy luxury, with spacious interiors, wide-spanning windows that offer panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, and fully equipped kitchens.
When we arrived at Daisy Bank Camp on an autumn evening, we were immediately struck by the attention to detail and the personal touches that make this place so special. Soft jazz played on the radio, and a welcome note accompanied a delicious jar of freshly-baked brownies. This was just the beginning of the thoughtful touches that made our stay truly exceptional.
Our spacious Curlew lodge included a double bed, a sofa area that could be converted into an additional bed, and a fully functioning kitchen. Outside, we were greeted by a large decking area, the perfect spot to take in the soothing views and unwind in the peace and quiet of the moors.
One of the major thoughtful touches is that Curlew is a fully accessible cabin, ensuring that it is inclusive to those who may have impairments. Angie and Andrew are always keen to evolve and learn from the experiences of their visitors, and this commitment to inclusivity is just one example of their dedication to creating a truly welcoming environment.
Despite being nestled amidst the tranquil countryside, Daisy Bank Camp is also within easy reach of Hebden Bridge, a charming town with a vibrant independent scene. We took a short drive into town to enjoy the local fare, including a few sweet treats from The Yorkshire Chocolate Company and a couple of drinks in one of the many bars.
Angie and Andrew are constantly looking for ways to enhance their already impressive offering, and they have some exciting plans in the pipeline. They are currently working on hosting wellness and creative retreats, and they are also planning a hiking retreat across the beautiful accompanying grounds between Monday, November 20 and Friday, November 24.
All-in-all, Daisy Bank Camp is a truly magnificent experience. The combination of its stunning location, luxurious accommodations, commitment to sustainability, and the warm hospitality of Angie and Andrew makes it a haven for relaxation and rejuvenation. If you're ever in search of a place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Daisy Bank Camp is undoubtedly the place to be.
Additional tips for your visit:
- Pack comfy clothes for relaxing in the cabins and taking walks through the moors.
- Don't forget your camera to capture the stunning views.
- Bring a book or download some podcasts to enjoy in the quiet of your cabin.
- If you're a dog owner, you're welcome to bring your furry friend along.
- Make sure to check out the local produce and crafts in Hebden Bridge.
I hope this helps!