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Aysgarth East

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The Tour de France passes our farm, but we still have access to routes not on its course. Our beautifully located site has views across Wensleydale to Aysgarth Falls and Bolton Castle, with easy access to the Tour spectator hub at Aysgarth.

The campsite is in a sheltered area with access to toilets and water supply. We are close to Aysgarth with shops and pubs close by in either West Burton or Aysgarth, and in a fantastic spot to explore the Tour's route: this is a cyclists'/walkers' heaven.

Specific Tour information:
- We're in a good location for more testing bike ride to all three climbs on Tour Day 1: almost exactly at the halfway point of Day 1 of the Grand Départ
- We are 15 minutes' walk to Aysgarth hub where there will be a big screen
- It's a three-mile gentle bike ride to the sprint - great for a young family
- We're 11 miles to the Cote de Bray summit and 13 miles to the start of Cote de Buttertubs - so are very well-placed for more adventurous cyclists to enjoy a good bike ride to their selected viewpoint.

Bikes are allowed on the course until just before the race so they are the perfect way to get around.

Open from 2 July to 7 July

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We ask that all our guests respect the Countryside Code and each other.

Please avoid noise late at night and please drive carefully when on the farm.

Please do not climb on the stone walls - they have been there for hundreds of years but are not designed for climbing over.

Please do not enter the farm buildings.

If you have a self-contained barbecue unit, you are welcome to use it but pleasebe aware of fire hazards.

No other fires please.

There is a beck running along the edge of the field so those with children must take care of them. Paddle at your own risk, but it can be lovely if the weather is hot. Use common sense and all our guests will enjoy themselves.

No dogs allowed.

Enjoy the Tour.

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