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Rustic and refreshing, Canadian Fields takes its name from the nearby Wombleton Airfield which played host to the Royal Canadian Airforce in WWII. Canadian Fields is in the heart of Yorkshire’s Ryedale.
We are a family-based company with a passion for sharing Ryedale’s charms with other like-minded folk. With an in-depth knowledge of the local history and attractions we like nothing more than seeing other people enjoying the culture and scenery of this part of North Yorkshire while they soak up the adventure and relaxing nature of living under the stars.
The main building, Cedar Lodge, has a shop selling our homemade cakes, chutneys, jams and much more. The building also houses extra showers, toilets, a washing machine and tumble dryer.
This is an excellent area for walking and dogs are welcome, but must be kept on leads on site.
The site could not be better situated with nearby attractions to whet most appetites. York is a few miles to the south, while Helmsley and Rievaulx Abbey and Terrace are only a couple of miles to the north.
Stray a little further to the north west and you are in the North York Moors National Park. Venture to the south east and you'll discover Nunnington Hall, Castle Howard and the
For those who want to forget the car, there are many local walks and undisturbed byways to experience.
|Restaurant-with-rooms (need to book for both well in advance) in pretty 14th-c thatched building, but bar does have informal feel, bowed beam-and-plank ceiling, plenty of bric-a-brac, interesting furniture including 'Mousey' Thompson pieces, log fire and well polished tiled kitchen range, three local ales, 18 wines by the glass, home-made fruit liqueurs, snacks served in cocktail bar, popular coffee loft in the eaves, inventive ambitious modern cooking (not cheap); background music; children welcome, seats on sheltered front terrace, more in garden, open all day Sun, closed Mon lunchtime||Star
|Substantial stone inn with sensibly priced generous food from sandwiches to good seasonal crab, popular Sun lunch, well kept Black Sheep, Tetleys and a guest, good friendly service, several rooms with comfortable seats, oak and walnut tables (some by Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson - as is the bar counter), flagstones or tartan carpet, heavy medieval beams and huge inglenook log fire, panelled corridors; children welcome in eating area, tables out in front, 22 clean comfortable bedrooms, open all day||Feathers
|Reliable neatly kept old pub, bar with high black beams strung with earthenware flagons, copper jugs and lots of antique keys, fine collection of old farm tools on a bare-stone wall, carefully chosen furniture, dining area linked to bar by double-sided woodburner, enjoyable food including local game, Black Sheep and Wold Top, ten wines by the glass and several malt whiskies, friendly service; background music; children and dogs welcome, terrace seating, handy for Nunnington Hall (NT), closed Mon||Royal Oak
|17th-c coaching inn, front bar with beams and panelling, tubs seats around wooden tables on carpet or stripped wood, log fire, good choice of well kept ales, several malt whiskies, enjoyable generous bar food including good value lunchtime set deal and Sun carvery, afternoon teas, also a snug, bistro and more formal restaurant; background music; children welcome, seats and heaters on front and back terraces, 20 bedrooms, Weds market day, open all day||George & Dragon
|Stone-built 18th-c dining pub with interesting food at fair prices (can get busy), friendly staff, ales such as Black Sheep and Copper Dragon, reasonably priced wines, roomy bar with heavy dark beams, log fires in two tall stone fireplaces (one with old kitchen range), overspill dining room (dogs allowed here); children welcome, eight comfortable modern bedrooms, good breakfast, attractive village handy for Barnsdale Moor walks||Royal Oak
- Duncombe Park (3.3 miles)
- Rievaulx Terrace & Temples (NT) (4.8 miles)
- Rievaulx Abbey (5.1 miles)
- Nunnington Hall (2.8 miles)
- Rievaulx Terrace (4.8 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Beverley and The Westwood: 'Minster, Mills and Markets'
- The Villages of the Hambleton Hills (6.7 miles)
- The Daffodil Walk: Church Houses - Low Mill - Return (8.5 miles)
- The Villages of the Hambleton Hills (6.7 miles)
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91% would recommend this site to a friend.
85% would stay here again.
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A lovely rustic campsite 1 Nov 2014
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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
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Pickering: Eastgate Coach Stop — 8.9mi
8.9mi Eden Camp (N Yorks): Bus Stop — 10.9mi
10.9mi Thornton le Dale (N Yorks): Bus Stop — 11.1mi
- Train stations
Malton Rail Station — 11.1mi
11.1mi Battersby Rail Station — 15.3mi
15.3mi Thirsk Rail Station — 15.4mi
- Ferry ports
Transporter Bridge South Side — 25.3mi
25.3mi Transporter Bridge North Side — 25.4mi
Durham Tees Valley Airport — 25.6mi
From the north
Head for Thirsk and take the A170 towards Helmsley and Scarborough. Go through Helmsley still on the A170 and when you reach Beadlam turn right towards Harome. We are a few hundred metres down the lane on the right.
From the south
Take the A1 to junction 49, then the A168 to Thirsk. The A168 will then become the A19. A few miles on, turn right onto the A170 to Helmsley and Scarborough. Go through Helmsley, still on the A1170, and when you reach Beadlam turn right towards Harome. We are a few hundred metres down the lane on the right.
From the east
Join the A170 from Scarborough. Pass through Kirkbymoorside and a few miles on you reach the village of Nawton. Turn left in the village and follow the signs to Harome. We are a few hundred metres down the lane on the right.
From the west
Take A59 from Preston. Go through Harrogate and at Knaresborough turn left onto the A6055 towards Boroughbridge. Go north to join the A168 to Thirsk. The A168 becomes the A19. A few miles on, turn right onto the A170 to Helmsley and Scarborough. Go through Helmsley still on the A170 and when you reach Beadlam turn right towards Harome. We are a few hundred metres down the lane on the right.
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
|Arrive:||3 p.m. –||Anytime|
No refunds after 1 week of booking.
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.
Payment of balance
A 15% non-refundable deposit is payable now. Canadian Fields will debit the balance from your card 30 days before arrival, or if the arrival date is sooner than 30 days before arrival then the balance will be taken immediately.
Payment methods accepted on the parkBank transfer
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