Moving onto Carsington Water Caravan and Motorhome Club Site saw us taking an unplanned lunch stop at Kedlestone Hall, for an excellent walk around this National Trust property. One of the very best things about motorhoming is being able to stop and take in the sights, wherever you happen to be. Carsington Water is a lovely site, set in a wooded area by a reservoir.
Whilst at Carsington we just had to try out the front bed in the Autograph, made up from the front travel seats and sofa. We filmed the hilarious results and eventually figured it out, it was quite easy really once we understood how it worked.
The next day saw us moving on, stopping off at Carsington Water itself and the lovely town of Bakewell, where I reverted to childhood in a fantastic sweetshop, before we made our way to the final resting place on our Peak District tour, Castleton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site.
Travelling through some of the nicest scenery in England, the great thing about Castleton is its location, both in the Peak District and its proximity to the village with many eating places, caves and of course, a Castle.
On our last day we walked up to Peveril Castle, the so-called Castle of The High Peaks and back down again for a well-earned drink and meal in the excellent Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn, one of the many nice pubs within walking distance of the site.