Luxury Static Caravan Holiday Park in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales

Local Attractions

Places to Visit, Yorkshire


Bolton Castle
Bolton Castle is a spectacular medieval fortress, situated in the Dales, on the boundary of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.


Middleham Castle
Middleham Castle has special events during the summer months organised by ‘English Heritage’.


Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal
A visit to one of the most fascinating historic sites in Europe promises to be a unique experience.


Pen Hill
Great walking, great views from one of England’s highest hills.


The Forbidden Corner
The Forbidden Corner is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created in a four acre garden in the heart of the Dales.


Wensleydale Creamery
Situated in the market town of Hawes in the Dales National Park. The Centre incorporates a museum, viewing gallery.

“At the Wensleydale Creamery we pride ourselves on the quality and authenticity of our products. We are dedicated to ensuring all of our cheeses are made using traditional recipes that have been handed down through the generations.”


Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes
This fascinating museum, tells the story of the people and landscape of the Yorkshire Dales past and present. Displays interpret the development of the Dales from prehistoric times to the present day.


Black Sheep Brewery, Masham
The beautiful area of Wensleydale, North Yorkshire has the town of Masham at its heart – a peaceful market town with gracious Georgian aspects around a generous market place, and the home of Black Sheep Brewery.


White Scar Cave
Deep beneath Ingleborough Hill in the Dales National Park, lies a hidden world which has been sculptured by nature over thousands of years.

Imagine a subterranean landscape, beautifully lit, with gushing streams and waterfalls, exotic cave formations, and a huge ice-age cavern adorned with thousands of stalactites. This is White Scar Cave.


Constable Burton Hall Gardens
Set in beautiful countryside at the entrance to Wensleydale, this extensive romantic garden is surrounded by 18th Century Parkland with a superb John Carr house (not open). Fine trees and woodland walks combine with an interesting collection of alpines and extensive shrubs and roses. Explore the stream garden with its large architectural plants and reflection ponds.


Theakston Brewery & Visitor Centre
To have a legendary Theakston experience you’ll need to visit Masham, in North Yorkshire, where you can taste the brews fresh from the cask and smell the hops in the air!