Editor's Pick - The Top Yorkshire Sites
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York Meadows Caravan Park at Sheriff Hutton is set in an idyllic location surrounded by rolling farmland, nestled in the stunning and tranquil splendour of the Howardian Hills and Vale of York. The campsite is set on the outskirts of Sheriff Hutton with the castle ruins dominating the skyline. The village is a short walk from the campsite, offering easy access to pubs and shops. York Meadows offers hardstanding, grass and super pitches with luxury, heated facilities. There is also a children’s play area and a shop. For 2018 there will be new family shower/bathrooms and a new development for holiday homes. The caravan park is situated in a perfect area to explore the historic City of York. Alternatively you can visit one of the greatest private residences in Britain - Castle Howard is just five miles away.
Set in a pleasant location to the south-east of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this campsite has pitches with views over farmland, forest and moorland. Its location means the campsite is surrounded by great walking countryside and it's 2.5 miles away from the market town of Helmsley. The site is laid out on three different levels with super, grass and hardstanding pitches. There are two stone-built heated toilet and shower blocks with family and disabled bathrooms. On site are indoor/outdoor play areas, a football field and mini golf, with a sports centre nearby. The site also has a storage compound, seasonal pitches and a well-stocked licenced shop. New development for holiday homes. Nearby attractions include Castle Howard, the North York Moors Railway and Flamingo Land.
Set in the heart of Brontë country this 17-acre campsite is a joy to stay at. With rolling countryside, the Yorkshire Dales National Park within skipping distance and the pretty village of Haworth nearby, the beauty surrounding the campsite really is astounding. On site you'll find static holiday homes, a field for tents, large pitches for motorhomes and caravans and wooden camping pods. The campsite facilities are as good as the views here and include a bar (which serves food), a heated toilet block with showers and a laundry area, plus a well-equipped shop. Kids will love the indoor games room and outdoor play area and will find the pool table, arcade games and climbing equipment great fun.
Well situated for exploring both coast and the North Yorkshire Moors, Sandfield House Farm is located between the picturesque village of Sandsend and the Historic port of Whitby. Just 10 minutes from the nearest two-mile stretch of beach and promenade. A golf course is opposite the site and Whitby is only a mile away. There are attractive modern amenities and over 50 touring pitches. No tents. This is a very open and well-maintained campsite, with lawns and flowerbeds. There is a tennis court, dog walking field and play field. Fully serviced pitches are also available. The two blocks of amenities are attractive stone buildings and the facilities they offer are of a high standard. A privacy cubicle is available which is useful for disabled visitors. A parade of shops is nearby, including a supermarket. Dogs are welcome at the campsite. A bus stops at the bottom of the drive which will take you into Whitby or to Runswick, Staithes or Saltburn.
Hillside Caravan Park is a purpose built nine-acre site situated on an arable farm just to the east of Knayton near Thirsk in North Yorkshire. Knayton is a small village with a country pub serving food. There are 50 super pitches all with gravel hardstanding, 15 of which are extra-large super pitches on the lakeside area of the site, with views of the Hambleton Hills. Facilities include an underfloor heated amenity block, play area, laundry, self-service coffee lounge and three wet rooms. There are also four luxury mega pods on site for a cosy, comfortable glamping experience and a self-catering holiday cottage. The site is ideal for those who enjoy walking as there are a network of paths and bridleways onto the North York Moors and Cleveland Way. Popular places to visit in the area include Pickering, Goathland and Rievaulx Abbey along with the beautiful Yorkshire Moors and Dales.
High Moor Farm Park is situated four miles from Harrogate on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Harrogate is a pretty spa town with shopping centre, plenty of open space to enjoy, gardens, a theatre and cinemas. The park has a range of recreational facilities including a licensed bar serving meals, a nine-hole golf course, bowls and fishing. There is also a shop, a large indoor swimming pool and amusement area with pool tables. Toilets and showers are heated, there are also bathrooms and separate disabled facilities. There is also a laundry from a WiFi across the park.