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Ellerburn Rd, Pickering England
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#30 of 39 Specialty lodging in Pickering

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Ellerburn Rd, Pickering England
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Durham Tees Valley Airport34 miSee all flights
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Free Internet
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Non-smoking hotel
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free parking
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Breakfast included
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LOCATION
Pickering
33.3 miles to Durham Tees Valley Airport
1.7 miles to Dalby Forest
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31.6 miles to Durham Tees Valley Airport
3.1 miles to Dalby Forest
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sarferg wrote a review Aug 2021
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Visited as part of a small family/friends group (3 campervans) in August. The site was fairly quiet when we arrived (mid-week) but had filled up a lot by the (bank holiday) weekend. Not overcrowded though, and not noisy despite being fairly full. Pitches are not marked out, which worked well for us on this occasion. We were on the side by the beck, which the kids loved playing in! There are also a couple of rope swings, which they enjoyed. The toilet and shower facilities are quite basic, but very clean - they're checked regularly and there was always plenty of soap and hand sanitiser. There are only two toilet cubicles in each of the male/female loos, and one shower, but having said that, we never had to wait more than a few minutes so it wasn't really an issue. The toilet block is at the entrance to the site so if you're down at the bottom of the field (which we were), it's quite a long walk - if you have portable toilet I'd definitely recommend taking it, if only for night-time use! There is a toilet emptying point and also a pot-washing sink if needed. We'd taken loads of food with us so didn't get chance to try them, but the farm sells burgers, sausages, eggs etc at reception, and these seemed very popular. Thornton-le-Dale is accessible via a public footpath along the edge of the beck - it's about a mile and is a lovely walk. Fairly flat but probably not accessible with a pushchair as there are several gates along the way. The entrance to Dalby Forest is about a 3-mile cycle ride along the public bridlepath in the opposite direction, so if mountain biking's your thing, the location is ideal. Another reviewer mentioned rules - there are of course site rules, as there are with any other site (you'd be hard-pushed to find a site *without* fire rules or noise curfews!), but we didn't feel these were unreasonable or over-zealously enforced. In fact, the atmosphere was pretty relaxed - as long as people weren't doing anything dangerous or disturbing others they were left to their own devices. All in all the site was great for a much-needed short break and we'll definitely be back in the future.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Take a porta-potti if you can to avoid a trek to the loo block at night, and be aware that the...
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Mavis wrote a review Aug 2021
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom81 contributions24 helpful votes
Scenic : if you love simple here you go absolutely nothing but rolling hills , sheep , wild life and babbling brooks. Amenities: female , male & disabled toilets , one shower (chargeable) , sink to wash pots cold water only , situated at the entrance of the campsite . Down side if your at the far end you have a long way to walk . Best bring your own toilet . Also the female toilet are situated at the back , it’s dark and creepy not really thought through for safety reasons, I would definitely not let children go alone . Value for money: £18 a night one tent or small camper van . I feel this is way too expensive. Farm sells some food however no prices shown . Rules: too many , heard owners asking for children to be kept calm , and shouting at visitor to walk for water rather than drive . They were at the very end of the site . Rude to shout , across an open field . Also owners likes to walk the site demanding you put your fire out at 10 pm . I felt uncomfortable with all the rules . I was alone so perfect for chilling . Environment beautiful.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Ivan S wrote a review Aug 2020
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Dont go, you wouldn't like it! We'll keep this hidden gem for ourselves Relaxed dog friendly pretty flat site with a stream running around that the kids can go paddling in... rope swing, swifts fly around you, deer on site if you're lucky, farm eggs, off the ground fires allowed, logs and pits available from the owners who are lovely Footpath to Dalby through farm fields up hill, 3 miles and rideable, 45 to 50 mins walk to the visitors center and Go Ape. Path to Thornton is about a mile, flat but through farm fields, 15 mins walk and Thornton is lovely Flamingo Land is about 20 mins drive through Pickering Will be going back again
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Low Farm Campsite
Which popular attractions are close to Low Farm Campsite?
Nearby attractions include Thornton le Dale Motor Museum (0.6 miles), The New Inn (0.7 miles), and St Hilda's Church (0.3 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Low Farm Campsite?
Conveniently located restaurants include Brandysnap Bistro, Tea Cosy Tea Room, and The New Inn.
Are there any historical sites close to Low Farm Campsite?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Crypt of Lastingham Church (7.9 miles), All Saints Church (5.8 miles), and Old Chapel (5.9 miles).