Dale Farm Holidays offers glamping and other self-catering accommodation in a rural location which can’t be beaten for exploring the stunning county of Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Wolds, North York Moors National Park and Yorkshire Coastline are on the doorstep and ancient York less than an hour away. There is glamping to suit everyone including the Big Yellow Caravan plus three cosy cabins, a romantic treehouse, a quirky summerhouse and also a pretty self catering cottage and 2 studios.
THE BIG YELLOW CARAVAN
Our 1970s German built caravan will be your hideaway for two. A retro feel with original interiors and festoon lights yet with all mod cons including cosy double bedroom, spacious living area, luxurious shower room and a large sunny deck overlooking glorious Yorkshire Wolds farmland. The most private and peaceful location on the farm you will be astounded by the birds and other wildlife coming to visit during your stay.
Our Spacious caravan includes
- Outside space with private garden, large sunny deck with furniture, barbecue and outdoor fire
- Bedlinen and towels
- Free Wi Fi available on site
- Electric fire (please note no central heating)
- Separate bedroom with double bed
- Fully equipped kitchen/dining/living area
- Private shower cabin with large walk-in shower, toilet and sink
ALSO AVAILABLE AT DALE FARM HOLIDAYS….
3 CABINS – Sleep 2 plus one friendly dog
THE TREEHOUSE Sleeps 2 plus one friendly dog
THE SUMMERHOUSE – Sleeps 2 Adults and 2 Children plus one friendly dog
LOCAL AREA AND ACTIVITIES
We are a great base for exploring Yorkshire. Surberb for walking and cycling with our quiet country lanes and gentle hills. Check out the Big Skies Bike Rides series that takes in this beautiful landscape. Discover coastal cliffs, beautiful beaches, wildflowers and wildlife and those famous big skies.
The North Yorkshire Moors National Park is home to heather moorland, pine forests, rolling hills and shimmering coastline, not to mention historic abbeys, castles and priories, traditional pubs and ‘hidden’ villages and hamlets. The Yorkshire Wolds of low, rolling hills and sheltered dry valleys are rich with wildflowers and cut across the white-speckled chalk landscape. Each sleepy village has a distinct character. Local activities also include
- Beaches including Filey, Hunmanby Gap and Cayton Bay
- Flamborough Head
- Stately homes and gardens of Sewerby Hall, Sledmere Hall and Scampston Hall
- Castle Howard, location for Brideshead Revisited
- Kirkham Priory
- Yorkshire Lavender
From £100 per night for 2 people plus one dog
Minimum Stay 2 Nights
Cabins from £70 per night
Treehouse and Summerhouse from £100 per night
Minimum stay 2 nights