Yorkshire Fog Cabin
- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
Cosy wood cabin found in a secluded and peaceful Yorkshire setting, interrupted only by the grazing cattle or wild birdsong.
- Log stove to keep you toasty on those chilly Yorkshire evenings
- Short walk to the centrally-heated amenity building with wet rooms and small kitchenette
- Clear nights provides the most amazing view of the starlit sky
The Owner Says
The site itself boasts stunning views of the Nidderdale valley. The cabins are fitted with a double bed, bed linen and a set of bunk beds. The bunk beds are provided with sheets and pillows, our guests are requested to bring their own sleeping bags or duvets for use on these beds. The cabins are a short walk away from the centrally heated amenity building containing wet rooms and a small kitchenette facility where there is running water, a toaster, kettle and microwave.
Your cabin also has access to a barbecue, and there are facilities onsite to make your own light breakfast. Please bring your own cool box, 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!
The area is classified as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with plenty of wild birds of prey, deer, bats and hedgehogs. The site is a short drive from a number of popular walking routes, including the Nidderdale Way, a 52-mile circular footpath that encompasses a landscape unchanged in millennia, and outstanding in its natural beauty. We have on site facilities for cycling tours of the dales, including a secure bike storage facility.
Features & FacilitiesThe area is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with plenty of wild birds of prey, deer, bats and hedgehogs. You can walk to the heart of Nidderdale, with direct access to rare heather moorlands which are protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Due to the remote location, the cabins do not have en-suite bathroom facilities, these are shared in a separate amenity building, just a short walk from the cabins. Guests should bring their own duvets, sleeping bags and pillows (the owners can provide these for you for an extra charge).
ActivitiesThe site is a short drive from the Nidderdale Way – a very popular 52-mile circular footpath that encompasses a landscape unchanged in millennia, and outstanding in its natural beauty. There are plenty of places to visit close by: the market towns of Pateley Bridge, Masham and Ripon, and a number of National Trust sites including Fountains Abbey and Brimham Rocks. Little Seed Field is only an hour drive from both Leeds and York, whilst nearby Pateley Bridge is an award-winning village, winning awards in the recent 'Best High Street' competition.
Food & DrinkEach cabin has a private BBQ, plus there's the option to heat food on the stoves hotplate. There are two award-winning butchers in Pateley Bridge, plus a superb fish and chip shop come take away pizza place in the nearest village of Kirkby Malzeard (2 minute drive). As for pubs, The Grantley Arms (01765 620227) is a fine old inn in the charming village of High Grantley, whilst the Queens Head in Kirkby Malzeard serves local ales on draught.
Leave the A1 at Boroughbridge and follow signs to Ripon, then Kirkby Malzeard, and then Laverton. Follow the road through Laverton, over the hump back bridge, and after 1/2 mile turn right at the T junction. Follow the road for 1.5 miles, Castiles Farm is on the right hand side after passing The Moorhouse B&B. Follow Sat Nav HG4 3RH, the farm is 1/4 miles beyond the B&B, before the cattle grid. Little Seed Field is very remote and only reached by car, there are no bus or train services. Taxis operate from Ripon where there is a decent size bus station connecting to Leeds, Harrogate and Masham.