Four luxurious self catering holiday lodges sleeping between four and six people on beautiful farmland on the border of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Guests can be sure of a relaxing and tranquil break at Blackthorn Gate Holiday Lodges where you can sit back and enjoy the spectacular views of Roseberry Topping and the National park stretching from your door. Each lodge features a picture window to allow you to make the most of the wonderful views, a veranda and a sauna in which you can sit and let your stresses and strains drift away.
Curlew and Chaffinch Lodges are single storey and accommodate up to four people.
Skylark and Lapwing Lodges are set over two floors and each accommodate between four and six people.
Each lodge has a living room, dining room and two bedrooms with the master bedroom having en-suite facilities. There is a drying room, should you need to air out your all weather gear and a veranda where you can make the most of the warmer days!
All the lodges also have their own private sauna.
Guests can enjoy use of the three well stocked fishing ponds on site and access 230 acres of farmland and private network of footpaths.
Blackthorn Gate Lodges benefit from a communal laundry and games room in the centre of the site.
We welcome up to 2 well behaved dogs in 2 of our Lodges, Chaffinch and Skylark. There is an extra charge.
Full weeks commence and end on Fridays, weekend breaks start on Fridays and end on Monday, midweek breaks start on Monday and end on Friday. During certain periods in the summer we only offer full weeks. Bookings for Short Breaks during this time may be accepted 4 weeks prior to these dates subject to availability. Because the day of the week that Christmas and New Year's Day fall changes, special rates apply for the week before Christmas, Christmas week and New Year week
There are a wide range of attractions to be found within easy reach of the lodges and whether you enjoy shopping, exercise, nature, adventure or eating out you are sure to find something to satisfy. The North Yorkshire Moors National Park consists of over 500 square miles of moorland, woodland, dales and coastline and is just waiting to be explored. Other attractions include Eden Camp, Flamingo Land, the Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum, Beamish Museum and Captain Cook's Birthplace Museum. Should you wish to stay closer to home there are a range of walks around the farm in addition to three fully stocked fishing ponds where guests can while away the hours.
From south A1, A168, A19, A172 drive entrance three miles past Stokesley off the A172. From the north A19, A174, turn right onto A172 heading towards Stokesley on left 300m past 2nd r/a after joining A172.