Pet Friendly Glamping North Yorkshire
Is there anything better than pet friendly glamping and sleeping under the stars? The North Yorkshire Moors in God's own county has some of the best walks and scenery in the country. From the highest pub in the country to the Yorkshire Three Peaks, rolling hills and ancient woodland are tempting enough to make North Yorkshire one of the best destinations for a dog friendly holiday.
- Helmsley, EnglandThis beautiful glamping lodge offers a comfortable stay situated just outside the picturesque market town of Helmsley. The property is set within the grounds of a working farm and retirement livery yard and offers breath taking views across the fantastic North York Moors which is just on the doorstep.
This quirky lodge has all the mod cons to make your glamping experience feel unique and special. The Nab has plenty of character and offers families and friends a luxury glamping retreat, whilst being ideally located to explore all that the North York Moors has to offer.
The property is set mainly over one level however you have a king size bed on the mezzanine floor which can be accessed by a steep paddle staircase, there is very limited head room but is an ideal area for children. On the ground floor you have a fully equipped kitchen which is shared with the living area and boasts a Smart TV and all the facilities you would expect in a self-catering lodge. On the same floor you have a small bathroom with a shower cubicle and heated towel rail along with a private bedroom with a double bed.
The enclosed garden offers a picnic bench along with a firepit which can also be used as a barbecue and gives you a full panoramic view of the North York Moors which is simply beautiful; luxury glamping does not get much more perfect than this. With the cottage situated near Helmsley, the local pubs, restaurants, shops and Helmsley Brewery are within easy reach, a short 6-mile drive.
The North York Moors National Park is full of bike trails and fantastic, scenic walks including the very popular Rievaulx Abbey. Nearby towns include Malton, Pickering, Thirsk, and a little further afield York. Also, the very popular coastal towns of Whitby and Scarborough are approximately a 40-minute drive away should you wish to have a day at the beach.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- York, EnglandMorning Mist is stunning! Set on a working farm, on the edge of, and within walking distance from, Strensall Common, an area of special scientific interest, with lovely views across open countryside and to the village beyond. Here you are only 8 miles from York, where the magic of the city will surely leave you with many special memories.
Tucked away in a secluded corner under an ancient oak tree and with a cosy welcoming interior, this property is ideal for you to enjoy a romantic break away in open countryside; perfect as a base to explore the historic city of York and North York Moors, whilst providing a relaxing retreat to return to each evening. The open plan living area is well laid out and offers a cosy place to sit and enjoy a home-cooked meal, prepared in the small but well equipped kitchen, whilst the warming wood burner will provide just the right ambiance for your romantic evening in. The kingsize bed is slightly raised so that you can lie in bed and look out across the fields as you wake up and plan your day. The rustic shower room for Morning Mist is a bespoke miniature shepherd’s hut, sat just to the side, with a large shower. Step outside into the enclosed garden where a wood-fired hot tub sits to one side - just perfect for a few hours relaxing under the stars, or a peaceful soak in the afternoon sun, after your long day exploring the local area. For cycling enthusiasts, there are also bicyles provided at the property.
The local village offers lots of amenities, including a choice of pubs, takeaways and convenience stores. York offers some of the UK’s leading visitor attractions, including the majestic York Minster, National Railway Museum, which is the largest in the world, York’s Chocolate Story and the not to be missed Jorvik Viking Centre. Getting into the city is easy by car (including park and ride) or bus, with services running daily and if you wish to be a little more energetic why not try one of the many cycle routes into the city?
Just a short drive away is the iconic Castle Howard, home to Brideshead Revisited, Sledmere House Beningborough Hall and the picturesque market towns of Malton and Helmsley, where you can sample some great Yorkshire fayre in one of the many independent cafés and delicatessens. A little further afield is the stunning North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the famous coastal towns of Whitby and Scarborough; great for some sea air and a fish and chip supper. Morning Mist is the perfect base for your romantic getaway – what are you waiting for? Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£104From price per night based on 7 night stay