Local Attractions

Both the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks are close by, within their boundaries you will find some of the finest and most spectacular scenery in Britain.

Birds Of Prey Centre

Thirsk – 2.6 Miles Away

A fascinating centre to visit, showcasing 30 different species of birds. Enjoy ‘The Ultimate Hands on Experience’.

Ripon Loop

Ripon – 7.4 Miles Away

Take a relaxing stroll around this beautiful part of the country and enjoy some of the various wildlife habitats tucked away.


2.2 Miles Away

A pretty market town, mentioned in the Domesday book. Here you can sample the specialist shops, quality inns and restaurants in Thirsk’s traditional and unspoilt centre. The World of James Herriot’ is well worth a visit, as is Thirsk Museum.


7.8 Miles Away

Founded over 1300 years ago, Ripon is famous as an ancient cathedral city where monasteries have stood since the 7th Century.

Barnard Castle

40 Miles Away

An inspiration for Turner and Dickens, Barnard Castle in County Durham has long since been an important local landmark.

Kilburn Woods

2.2 Miles Away

Kilburn Woods lie between Sutton Bank and Roulston Scar and are the home of the famous ‘White Horse’. Carved into the limestone in 1857, it has been a dominant local landmark ever since.

Duncombe Park

York – 13 Miles Away

Just a stone’s throw from the North Yorkshire Moors, Duncombe Park is possibly the most amazing of historic houses and estates.

Helmsley Walled Garden

Helmsley – 13.4 Miles Away

Encompassing 5 acres, this charming walled garden is located at the heart of North Yorkshire.

Sutton Park Gardens

York – 15.6 Miles Away

These lovely gardens were awarded the Silver Gilt award during 2008’s Yorkshire in Bloom festivities.

Beningbrough Hall & Gardens

York – 15.9 Miles Away

This 18th century mansion is known as York’s ‘country house and garden’.

Swainby, Cleveland Hills & Castle Walk

8.7 Miles Away

A moderately hard walk, with steep climbing and descent. Journey from Swainby onto the Cleveland Hills.

Helmsley & Rievaulx Abbey Walk

Helmsley – 13.6 Miles Away

A picturesque circular countryside walk, passing Helmsley Castle and then heading towards Blackdale Howl wood and then back into Helmsley.

Cleveland Way National Trail

13.6 Miles Away

The Cleveland Way covers 109 miles of fantastic landscapes and scenery. Opened in 1969, it was the second national trail in England and Wales.


44.5 Miles Away

A visit to Filey can suit all generations. Families come back year after year to savour the town’s charms and magnificent 5-mile stretch of safe beach.


45 Miles Away

Scarborough provides the perfect seaside holiday venue for people of all ages, with it’s safe beaches and numerous other attractions.


47 Miles Away

Whitby’s skyline is dominated by the ruins of St. Hilda’s Abbey, high on Whitby’s East Cliff. Spreading below Whitby, a maze of alleyways and narrow streets run down to the busy quayside.


48 Miles Away

Situated on the East coast of Yorkshire, Bridlington lies north of the Hull and the River Humber just south of Flamborough Head. Further north of Bridlington lies the seaside resorts of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby.

Emma Mccairns
"3rd time visiting, love the place. We did have a little trouble with the hot tub but grounds manager Mark was amazing and very helpful! Will deffo be visiting again"
Debbie Palfreyman
"Just returned from 3 lovely nights in a willow vip lodge. Site is beautiful, very picturesque and well kept. Our lodge was dog friendly and was very clean. Would definitely return."
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