We want you to love your stay
Yorkshire, also known as ‘God’s own country’, is the largest county in the UK. Here in North Yorkshire we have an array of geographical wonders to experience- from stunning moorland, to rolling hills, lengthy coastline and of course many intriguing points of historical interest.
You have the option to buy a luxury lodge of your own or stay in one already situated on the park- 360 degree panoramic views spanning Roseberry Topping, Captain Cooks, the National Park Moors and the Cleveland Hills, in addition your lodge may have a Waterside, Woodland or Great Oaks vantage where you will be able to spot all manner of wildlife.
Once here we hope you can enjoy your North Yorkshire experience as soon as you arrive. Whether you have come just a few miles from within North Yorkshire or this is the first time to our part of the world we hope you will enjoy our hospitality and setting.
As you drive across the river Leven, and over the brow, look out for the Stone Family Circle on your left, follow the road around our mini monument and our cedar clad reception and Tea House will come into view, ready to welcome you with a nice warm brew.
If you are here on holiday, check in and browse the shelves of things to do; (see things to do). Take in the views while you plan your visit, our helpful receptionists will help with any questions you may have.
Our returning holiday home owners are able to drive straight back to their lodge using their gate security pass.
Explore the surroundings
Along the River Leven is a footpath leading East to Ayton and West to Stokesley. A lovely easy walk for all the family. In addition to the all the high street shops, Great Ayton also has a Tourist Information centre where you can pick up all kinds of leaflets and knowledge of things to do in the outlying areas. Days to look out for in Stokesley are the Friday markets in the town square which are full of bustling stalls and quirky knick knacks as well some tastey produce.
The Park covers 33 acres and includes ponds, woodland and garden areas in addition the Tea House and play sculpture area.
Adjacent to the Park is the footpath leading to Stokesley and Great Ayton, aside from the many things available to do public transport can be picked up there as well, a train station in Little Ayton and bus stops in both.
We also have a little sister Glamping site a couple of minutes walk away.