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)The George & Dragon is the other pub, this is the tap house for Dent Brewery and have 6 or so real ales on and a few perrys & ciders.
There is more of a restaurant down stairs in the back room for eating or eat in the bar. At 5 per person per night to camp how could you go wrong.
Howgills, if you haven't been up the Howgills you aint lived. There was plenty of space for our VW campervan on the level lower reaches of the field.
The Yorkshire Dales, perfect base to explore the surrounding Dales. I wouldn't however want to be away from the bottom row of pitches as it's on quite a slope.
Location: The field is sloping but there are plenty of flat spots. Do not use this site if you are used to a 5 star shower and toilet block, it is very basic. Surrounding area: Dent - Lovely village, plenty of pubs, very old and interesting to explore. Oh there are caravans on the site, I didn't ask if they are rented out but it may be worth a check.
Campsite basic what you see is what you get, toilets basic, but always moped and cleaned daily and always lots of loo roll What do you expect for only 5 I will always go here After walking the Dales Way many moons ago with my dad and staying at Conder Farm( About 15years ago), and stuck for somewhere to take my two boys on our yearly camping trip, I decided on a return visit. Well I don't like crowds, cannot do with the usual hustle and bustle of the usual camp sites in Wharfedale and Horton, they cost a fortune, cramped and there are always issues with drunk people making noise either coming home from the pub or drinking on the site.
Lovely views and a couple of mins walk and you're into the lovely Dent with dog and kid friendly pubs.
The site was quiet in the evening and overnight, even the D of E / Scout group that were there were silent.
We found a spot to pitch easily, as we were the only tent on the field, we were trying out our new 4m Bell Tent for the first time and wanted somewhere quite and laid back about size and spacings of tents unlike the larger regimented campsites we try to avoid! The washrooms are very basic, one shower for women and one for men (we assume).
They are in an outside loo kind of arrangement on the side of the house. It sold everything you may need from a small village shop, including local fresh bread which was lovely!