Campsites / Glamping

Welltrough Hall Farm, Macclesfield, Cheshire

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Dogs
Small Pets

Welltrough Hall Farm in Macclesfield is ideal for tourers, glampers and campers looking for a special break in stunning countryside. Our campsite in Cheshire overlooks our 270-acre farm and beyond.

We are perfect for the ultimate rural break. The pitches are hardstanding, spacious and enjoy glorious views. All the pitches have electric hook ups, water and a grey waste drain. There are 2 toilets and 2 elsan emptying points on site. A well-stocked shed contains a coin-operated washing machine and tumble dryer. Shower facilities are available.

The farm has a 3km mown grass walk around the farm with lots of bins, ideal for dog walkers. A free warm dog shower is provided for cleaning their mucky paws.

Our Pods and huts offer a luxurious glamping experience,all sleep up to 2 adults, Inside there is a toilet and shower, a small kitchen,dishwasher, TV and a double bed. Outside you can unwind in the electric heated hot tub with a glass or two whilst the sun is shining.

We are only a short walk from the pub and a public footpath runs through the far field on the farm. A variety of excellent attractions are in the local area:

Capesthorne Hall.
Tatton Park.
Tegg's Nose Country Park.
Macclesfield Silk Museum.
West Park Museum.

For more information about our pet friendly campsite in Cheshire please visit our website.

Rates: From 25 per night for a fully serviced pitch.
GLAMPING from 100 per night for the shepherds hut and badger pod,125 for the woodland hut, owl pod and alpaca pod, all have hot tubs.
3 star AA.

Contact Name: Nick Wilkinson
Telephone: 07734 605965
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.welltroughglamping.co.uk
Features: Tents, Touring caravans, Motorhomes, Pitch parking, Electric hook up, Golf nearby, Walks nearby, Cycle paths nearbyStar Rating:
Special Offers: None at the moment.


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