|The view from the caravans
York House Farm Caravans
||In the heart of the North Yorkshire
(OPEN MAY to OCTOBER)
York House, once a coaching Inn, now a listed building and working
dairy farm 2 miles from Glaisdale village and its famous Beggars
Bridge, has luxury caravan accommodation for families looking to
stay in the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. Parents can happily
relax with a glass of wine knowing that children can play safely
With unbeatable moorland views and easy access to Whitby and the
North Yorkshire Heritage Coast, this is an ideal location for those requiring peace and quiet yet only 20 minutes from Whitby. Part of "Heartbeat" country and close to North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway at Grosmont. York, Scarborough and Flamingoland all within an hour's drive. Families are very well catered for.
All caravans have TV and DVD facilities.
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Situated high in a subsidiary valley to the Esk valley, the view
from all the vans is breathtaking, giving clear views across the
moors all the way to Whitby and the Sea. Hardly any traffic ventures
up into the valley and as a result the only sounds heard are baas
and moos from the sheep and cows.
A well kept lawn surrounds the vans and provides an extensive children's
play area, with swings, toys and a sand pit. Garden chairs &
furniture are provided for each van.
|All photos displayed are taken in or around our actual current caravans
The caravans themselves are offered with books, local brochures
and plenty of toys and games for evening fun.
Each van has the following features:
- L.C.D.T.V. with integrated D.V.D. player and Free-view
- Walk in wardrobe in 2-bed van.
- Shower & Washbasin
- Toilet & Washbasin (x2 in larger van)
- Electric Kettle
- Microwave Oven
- Sleeps 1-6 People
- Fully Double Glazed
- Heating in all rooms, incl. bathroom
- Gas Cooker
- Electric Sandwich Maker
- Fridge Freezer
- Childrens Games
- Double & Twin bedrooms
- Memory Foam matteresses on the double beds
- All gas and electric included in the price
For more information and booking enquiries please call us on 01947
897357 or email:
Latest guestbook entries (add yours here...)
Name: Glenda Noon
Comment: Lovely caravan with magnificent views. Scones were delicious. Pity about the weather!!
Name: Victoria, Steve & Anthony
Comment: We had such an amazing stay here! It is so tranquil and peaceful with stunning views. The caravan was very clean and comfortable with everything you need. Sue the owner was very accomodating, friendly and hospitable. My little boy loved Ivy the dog and he loved it so much he didn't want to leave. If you have children it is ideal as the play area is great and they will love the animals on the farm. For a working farm it was extremely quiet and as you can tell we would love to stay again. The village of Glaisdale is beautiful and you are very close to Whitby, Sandsend and Robin Hood's Bay. They drive through the North Yorkshire Moors is lovely and upon the recommendation of Sue, we visited Rosedal and Hutton Le Hole. As a family we highly recommend!
Name: Karen Latham
Comment: Lovely caravan, everything you need and more.
The beautiful views and peace and quiet with the cows trotting past your window were lovely.
Thank you Sue for the delicious scones too.
We will definitely return.
Name: Clive and Julie
Comment: 2nd time we have stopped in the caravans and cannot fault anything. Nice comfortable caravan with everything you need. Views are amazing and our 2 dogs love it
Comment: We stayed in one of the caravans for a week and were happy with our choice of the location - close to Whitby and other coastal towns and in the middle of the scenic countryside. The views from the caravan were amazing, with the added bonus of the dozens of friendly cows quietly grazing on the surrounding fields. It is a relaxing place to come back to after a day out. The caravan was clean, and the owner, Sue, very helpful. Highly recommended.
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