Little Seed Field is a unique glamping site on a working dairy farm perched on the wild heather moorlands of Nidderdale in Yorkshire. Our site retains the natural wilderness of the landscape with the cabins nestled in amongst trees. boulders and rushes on the edge of our farmland. We have worked hard to ensure that our wild deer, birds of prey and natural flora are disturbed as little as possible.
The glamping site boasts stunning views of the Nidderdale valley. The cabins are secluded and peaceful, interrupted only by the grazing cattle or wild birdsong. By night, a clear sky provides the most amazing view of the starlit sky. Discover the natural beauty and wilderness of the Yorkshire Dales and life off the beaten track.
OUR GLAMPING PODS
We have 3 luxury glamping cabins ‘Woodland Clearing’, ‘Yorkshire Fog’ and ‘Fox-Tail’. Our individually decorated cabins, each enjoy a private setting carefully selected to allow you to relax and enjoy the scenery. On the colder, wilder days our insulated cabins are kept toasty warm with log burners allowing you to hunker down, relax and escape.
We provide all bedding required for the double beds, including feather duvets and memory foam pillows. We ask that guests wishing to use the additional bunk beds bring along their own duvets or sleeping bags.
Our site is not a landscaped holiday park. Our cabins have been built sympathetically with the landscape. Due to this and our remote location, the cabins do not have en-suite bathroom facilities. These are shared and provided in a separate amenity building a short walk from the cabins.
The centrally heated amenity building contains wet rooms and a small kitchenette facility. Here you can source water, use the toaster, kettle, fridge and microwave and wash-up your cabin supplies.
Car parking is kept a short walk from the cabin site. We provide you with carts to transport your luggage along the footpaths to the cabins.
FOOD AND PROVISIONS
There is a pub in our local village (Kirkby Malzeard), where you can also find a small corner shop and butchers who can provide basic supplies. Pateley Bridge is a short drive away and has larger selection of shops, two very well renowned butcher shops (Kendall’s is our favourite) and a fabulous Italian restaurant.
We are happy to arrange little extras for you including breakfast baskets, BBQ packs, picnic hampers or romantic gestures. All can be pre-arranged upon request.
WHAT WE SUGGEST YOU BRING
Our site can be quite exposed to the elements and is remote so we recommend that our guests bring warm clothing, their wellies and a torch! Our water supply is from a natural spring and as part of our plan to minimise the impact on our environment, we encourage our guests to use our water sparingly and ask guests to bring bottled water with them (there is a fresh water supply provided in the amenity building).
On site there are facilities to make a light breakfast and each cabin has access to a BBQ. We ask that our guests bring their own cool boxes, charcoal, food, drinks and all the other little extras you would take on a camping trip – the closest shop is several miles away so be sure to bring supplies!
Our cabins are designed for indoor footwear only and we ask our guests to leave wellingtons and walking boots in the porch area. Please bring suitable clean footwear for use inside the cabins.
- York with its historic sites including the wall around the city and the Cathedral is an hour away
- Leeds is a vibrant Yorkshire city, packed with shops, concert venues and theatres is also around an hour away
- The Yorkshire Dales for walking and cycling
- The Tour de Yorkshire and other cycling events run close by and there are endless well mapped walking, hiking and cycle routes for you to explore
- We are located right on the mapped ‘Mosaic Trail’ through Dallowgill and ‘Hack Fall’ The walks at Hack Fall were voted in the Top 25 Spring Walks in the UK as part of a recent newspaper poll
- The heather moorland that surrounds the farm is an area of special scientific interest. As a habitat it is home to huge amount wildlife – not least the birds of prey, wild deer and game birds
- Exploring the Yorkshire Dales
- Nidderdale is the long dale of the River Nidd running from Great Whernside towards the Vale of York, a wild gritstone landscape with moorland to the west and a pastoral landscape to the east
- Gouthwaite and Scar House Reservoirs
- Nidderdale Museum
- World Heritage Site at Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, a vast estate comprising the largest abbey ruins in the country
- Traditional hamlets and villages of Middlesmoor and Lofthouse
- Small town of Pateley Bridge which winds its way up the hill and is renowned for shops selling local produce and The Oldest Sweet Shop in England! This is a great place to stop and buy local food before a trip ‘up dale’
- How Stean Gorge
- Studfold Adventure Trail
OUTDOOR EVENTS AND WEDDINGS
Leasing our farm land for events and gatherings is an option that has proven popular for couples and families looking for somewhere they can tailor exactly to their requirements.
From £65 per night based on 2 people sharing
£10 per night for each additional person (max of 4 per cabin)
£6 per night for dogs
Site is available for exclusive hire for groups
We do welcome well behaved dogs but request that they are kept on a lead – we are a working farm and do everything we can to avoid disturbing or unsettling the dairy herd.