Deep in the moors above Hebden Bridge, alongside the sweet heather and thistle banks, sit our six timber-clad glamping cabins – or ‘nests’ as we call them.
Built by hand, each cabin is named after the birds that fill the air in this precious patch of West Yorkshire; with carefully decorated interiors featuring wallpaper by Hannah Nunn and artwork by Kate Boyce that reflect the birds and the beautiful wilderness they call home.
Here, you can roam the landscape of Ted Hughes and the Brontës right from your front door – and fill your soul with the light, the clouds and the endless views. It’s wild, it’s beautiful and it’s waiting to welcome you.
Honeycomb Glamping Cabins
Large glass-fronted nests for cwtching up in and enjoying the views and wildlife from the comfort of your bed
From £120 PN
Double bed and sofa bed
Decorated in soft fawn ‘Curlew’ colours, this glamping cabin captures the spirit of these delightful birds who nest in the pasture just a few metres away from your door. Step inside to a warm self-contained space fitted with a double bed and sofa bed; a kitchen with induction hob, fridge and oven; and a sparkling wet room and toilet.
Outside, there’s a small private deck with table and chairs so you can watch and listen to the Curlews as they come and go. The cabin is also fully wheelchair accessible with a level wet room and step-free access for the extra-wide car parking space.
Tucked under trees on the edge of the wood, with a stream nearby, you’ll find Kestrel; so named because of the Kestrels who nest in the large pines overhead. Inside, the colours echo the bird’s warm light-brown plumage, creating a cosy space to come back to after a day on the moors.
Like Curlew, this cabin boasts a double bed and sofa bed; a kitchen with induction hob, fridge and oven; and a sparkling shower room and toilet. There’s also a small private deck outside with table and chairs for breathing in the fresh Yorkshire air and drinking up the views south over the moors.
Also nestled alongside the woodland in the south-eastern corner of our glamping site is Tawny. It’s wonderful accommodation for up to four people and comes with far-reaching views over the moor. Inside, soft greens reflect the colours of a Tawny owl’s home and give the interior a peaceful, natural feel.
Here, you’ll also find a double bed and sofa bed; a kitchen with induction hob, fridge and oven; and a sparkling shower room and toilet. Slide open the bi-fold glass doors to let the landscape inside or step outside and take a seat on your private deck complete with table and chairs.
Stable Glamping Cabins
A terrace of mini nests, ideal for retiring to after a day exploring the wilds of the Calder Valley and the South Pennines.
From £80 PN
Double sofa bed
With its pastel blues and whites, much like the shimmering feathers of the lapwing, this cosy cabin sits at the south end of our stable block. In the morning, swing open the half-glazed stable door and see the sunrise with a fresh cup of Yorkshire tea in hand.
There’s a large seating area outside, alongside a terraced garden, for cloud watching under vast skies. Inside, the space is intimate and self-contained with a double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, a micro kitchen (equipped with an induction hob, fridge and combi microwave oven), as well as a neat wet room and toilet.
The soft greys and rose blush of a Linnet make this cabin a restful home for the two of you – and your four-legged friend. You’ll find it in the middle of our Stable Cabins’ terrace, filled with long views to the east.
Inside, Linnet is a den of comfort with a double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, a micro kitchen (equipped with an induction hob, fridge and combi microwave oven), alongside a spotless wet room and toilet. On clear days, there’s nothing lovelier than sitting outside at the bistro table chatting to your neighbours in Lapwing or Skylark.
In summer, the rich song of the Skylark fills the air at Daisy Bank Camp. So, we made this sweet bird the muse behind our final cabin, which sits at the north end of our stable terrace. Open the stable door to Skylark and step into a fresh, bright space inspired by the Skylark’s sandy plumage.
Like Lapwing and Linnet, this cabin comes with the comforts you need to feel rested including a double sofa bed, stowaway table and chairs, underfloor heating, a micro kitchen (equipped with an induction hob, fridge and combi microwave oven), and a compact wet room and toilet. There’s also a terrace garden and outdoor seating area – ideal for stargazing when night falls.
A playground for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers
Daisy Bank Camp is set in the grounds of our family’s permaculture smallholding in West Yorkshire. We are remote, yes, but also connected: you’ll find us only ten minutes’ drive from Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall and Todmorden. And only 30 minutes from Howarth, home of the Brontës.
From our door you can walk the Calderdale and Pennine Ways or cycle the Sustrans National Route 68. Should you simply want to curl up with a book alongside the butterflies, birds and deer that live alongside us, be our guest. Think of us as your breathing space from everyday life and you won’t go far wrong.
Check in is from 5pm on your arrival date, and check-out is 9am on your departure day; this is to allow for Covid secure cleaning. Please let us know if you are going to be arriving after 10pm.
Each glamping cabin has an allocated parking bay for you to park in. Please only park in your designated bay.
Daisy Bank Camp is tranquil, rural glamping in West Yorkshire for adults seeking peace and quiet. So, as much as we love children under 16, we don’t cater for them at present.
Well-behaved dogs are very welcome for an extra fee. However, because we have sheep and lambs on site, all dogs must be on a lead and under control at all times. Dogs are not allowed to be left in the cabins while you are away or allowed on the furniture. So please bring your dog’s bed with you so they feel at home.
“A place to get away from it all and enjoy what nature has to offer. We loved the peace and tranquillity of Daisy Bank Camp.”
West Yorkshire is rooted in our heart; Angie fell in love with the moors reading the Brontës, and Andrew grew up walking the hills with his Dad. We love everything the Calder Valley and South Pennines have to offer. So much so that in 2019 we made our long-held dream of creating a glamping site in West Yorkshire come true. Daisy Bank Camp is a special place of peace, with a sustainable soul.
We are still new, so please excuse our nakedness in places as we carry on planting and perfecting our permaculture site. In the meantime, you can be sure that you’ll be greeted with a warm Yorkshire welcome here at Daisy Bank Camp – and a reet good brew, too!
For all the seasonal and wildlife goings on here at Daisy Bank Camp
Thank you for choosing to spend some time at Daisy Bank Camp, we’re really looking forward to welcoming you; here are our booking terms and conditions for you to check.
We are keeping up to date with the latest government restrictions and following this guidance Covid-19 Government Guidance. We are committed to ensuring your safety, so we have employed professional commercial cleaners, using the best anti-viral cleaning products and following strigent Covid security protocols to avoid cross contamination.
Full payment is required on booking.
You won’t be able to make a booking directly from the website if:
- You want to book for a visit which is less than 24 hours away.
- You would like to book the whole site.
Please contact us directly to do this on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get back to you asap to discuss.
If you need to cancel your booking for any reason more than 1 month before your arrival date, then we’d be happy to either re-book you for another date, or give you a 50% refund. If you cancel with less than 1 month to go, then no refund is due.
We have designed Daisy Bank Camp to cater for adults seeking peace and quiet in a rural setting; as much as we love those under 16, Daisy Bank Camp doesn’t cater for them.
Check in is from 5pm on your arrival date, and check-out is 9am on your departure day; this is to allow for |Covid secure cleaning. Please let us know if you are going to be arriving after 10pm.
The speed limit is strictly walking pace on site at all times; please only park in the bay designated for your cabin.
The very nature of our site means that there are hazards to be aware of at all times. Please be careful of your footing over branches and undergrowth, watch out on wooden surfaces as they can be slippery when wet and take care wandering round the camp at night. Every effort has been made to ensure guests safety but we cannot accept responsibility for any accidental injuries. All incidents & accidents occurring on site must be reported to us at the house.
No additional family or friends are allowed on the site unless previously agreed.
As we are right next to open moorland, no open fires or BBQs are permitted. This is because if a spark were to travel onto the moor and cacth fire, it would be devastating to that precious ancient habitat, as well as put all of us at risk.
Please be aware of the fire assembly point (in front of the main house), extinguisers and fire buckets for use if needed.
No smoking anywhere on site due to the risk of fires; vaping is permitted outside the cabins only.
Daisy Bank Camp is a peaceful place, please keep that in mind when you are enjoying facilities outside of your cabin, and make sure noise is kept to a minimum after 10pm (you are more likely to hear the owls that way too).
Loud music, shouting, singing etc is unacceptable at any time, and noisy guests might be asked to leave.
Well behaved dogs are very welcome for an extra fee. All dogs must be on a lead and under control at all times, we have sheep and lambs on site and a loose dog is a danger to them. Always keep your dog with you, no dogs to be left in the cabins while you are away. No dogs are allowed on the furniture, so please bring their bed with you so they feel at home.
Please use the rubbish bins and recycle points next to the Shepherds hut.
We cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to personal possessions or vehicles, this includes when vehicles are recovered in snowy conditions
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