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- Adults-only site in the grounds of a nineteenth century farmhouse
- Secluded and with spectacular views
- Pub a short walk away
An adults-only campsite near Scarborough? What a rare breed. Set on the grounds of a nineteenth century farmhouse, Studley House Farm is a secluded caravan park just for grownups, who trot here for superior views, a most deserved break, and proximity to the Yorkshire coast, Dalby Forest, Pickering, York, the North York Moors National Park...
Pitches in an apple orchard sound jolly pip-pip to us too: those at Studley House Farm are a stroll from the cleanly-kept site amenities of hot showers, loos, laundry room and chemical disposal point. A pub, the Grapes Inn, is a short walk away via the public footpath running beside the site.
The farm is next to the village of Ebberston – do try the bakery – and has walks aplenty in the surrounds: use the site stile to get to the public footpath for perfect Yorkshire countryside walks with your pooch.
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From the manager...
Unfortunately, we had an unusually very wet spell prior and during your stay and all our visitors were very understanding that the weather was out of our control. Following the heavy rainfall the field did become very soft and everybody kindly parked on the driveway in front of the field to protect the grass, as requested by myself. You will find in our Terms and Conditions on Pitch Up that this may be requested “in cases of bad weather”.
level pitches and hard standing being a bonus
From the manager...
Thank you for the review. I would just like to point out that there is an alternative toilet disposal point (that is usually mentioned on arrival) where an adjacent tap is located for rinsing the toilet cassette.
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Tiny (1-10 pitches)
- Coach stations
Thornton le Dale (N Yorks): Bus Stop
— 4.0 miles
4.0 miles Sherburn (N Yorks): Bus Stop — 5.2 miles
5.2 miles Pickering: Eastgate Coach Stop — 6.2 miles
- Train stations
Seamer Rail Station
— 8.4 miles
8.4 miles Scarborough Rail Station — 9.4 miles
9.4 miles Malton Rail Station — 9.8 miles
- Ferry ports
Transporter Bridge South Side
— 34.5 miles
Durham Tees Valley Airport
— 38.0 miles
Ebberston is situated 7 miles due east of Pickering on the right of the A170. Alternatively it can be reached by travelling north on the A64 passing Malton and Rillington, then taking the B1258 through Yedingham. Studley House Farm is halfway through the village, opposite the village hall.
There is a bus service (the number 128) which runs through the village from Scarborough to Helmsley.
Elsewhere, Studley House Farm is primely placed for quite a lot of North Yorkshire highlights, including trying your crafty hand at Ebberston's The Workshop to bring home a souvenir with a difference, or tackling golf, fishing and horse riding in the immediate area.
Coastwards, Scarborough has quite a few grownup pursuits like Italian gardens, the Rotunda Museum, the Stephen Joseph Theatre and bagging fresh Yorkshire seafood in its fish market; Filey Brigg is a birdwatching and wildlife haven with hikes on the Cleveland Way, and Bridlington's birds – all 200,000 of them – can be found screeching their way around the RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs.
Nearby Dalby Forest is on the southern slopes of the North York Moor National Park and is a Forestry Commission-run setting with acres' worth of bike rides and hikes as well as regular events. (The bike trails here range from easy to extreme to severe, so see what your legs can handle.) Heaps more rides and hikes as well as climbing, caving and weeks' worth more are in the rest of the national park to the north.
The market town of Pickering is within a short drive and is the base of Pickering Castle and the Beck Isle Museum as well as the starting point for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway on its exceedingly scenic 18-mile puff from here to Grosmont.
A bit further afield, ancient and walled York is full of old sites, museums, historic winding streets and well-priced restaurants.
- Dalby Forest Visitor Centre (4.0 miles)
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway (6.3 miles)
- Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo (7.7 miles)
- Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (4.9 miles)
- Yorkshire Coast (12.8 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.