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Location

Located on the outskirts of Easingwold one of North Yorkshire’s Most influential areas, we are at the heart of some of the most beautiful scenery England has to offer. Surrounded by the sweeping Howardian Hills, there are incredible views all year round, alongside an assortment of equally wonderful towns and villages.

Less than 2 miles from the historic market town of Easingwold, you are never far from local amenities, and a selection of superb small independent businesses. Whether it be coffee shops, cafes, bars, butchers, bakeries, delicatessens and beyond, we guarantee you it is not only the views which will have you falling in love with our local area.

Being at the heart of North Yorkshire means you are also in close proximity to some of the most popular tourist destinations the region has to offer.

York

Just 10 miles away is the iconic city of York, and the vast array of activities and sights this has to offer for all ages. Whether it be the beautiful York Minster, National Railway Museum, York Castle Museum, the enthralling Jorvik centre, or simply a day of dining and shopping experiences, York is guaranteed to be able to fulfill any of your wishes.

Thirsk

Another fantastic day trip within 10 miles of our park is Thirsk. Home to an array of visitor attractions such as Rievaulx Abbey, Thirsk Market, World of James Herriot, and  White Rose Bookshop Café. Or if you are looking for a bit more thrilling or muddy affair, Yorkshire Outdoors is right on the Thirsk doorstep.

Harrogate

The English Spa is another stunning historical town, just 30 minutes away. Home to many of the area’s most esteemed outdoor attractions such as the mineral hot springs, Valley Gardens, Brimham Rocks, RHS Garden Harlow Carr, and Ripley Castle and Gardens, it is the perfect day out for outdoor sight-seeing.

Ripon

Again, within just a 30 minute drive from the park, Ripon is another fantastic choice for a day away. Home to the stunning Fountains Abbey, Ripon Cathedral, Workhouse Museum, and Newby Hall, you are again treated to seeing some of the finest historic sights North Yorkshire has to offer. It is also home to some wonderful independent cafes and restaurants to enjoy after a long day of sight-seeing.