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The Hideaway is a small, relaxed and friendly campsite in the heart of North Yorkshire offering chilled-out camping that's in tune with nature and doesn't cost the earth.
There are just 40 pitches in a six-acre field, which nestles in our 110-acre farm, surrounded by trees and bounded on one side by a stream. We are off the beaten track, but only a stroll from the village shop, pub and bus stop.
The shower block is a brand-new log cabin-style building: it is heated and there is plenty of hot water! Preserving the environment and what we have achieved here at Baxby Manor over the years is important to us, which is why when you come to stay at The Hideaway things may be a little different from your 'standard' campsite…
A biomass straw pellet boiler is used to heat the water for your showers, LED lights are used throughout the building and rainwater is used for flushing the toilets. We also have a heat recovery system installed to make sure nothing goes to waste! You wouldn't know any difference though...just read our reviews!
The Hideaway is a special, peaceful and restful place where you can spend precious days away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. A haven for walkers and cyclists, and a perfect base for exploring the many historic, cultural and outdoor attractions of this lovely part of Yorkshire. We are about camping, the countryside and getting away from it all, and for those reasons:
We have a strict no noise policy after 11pm so if you want to stay up late partying, this is not the site for you!
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However, where the pitch or accommodation occupancy allows it, you can make a booking for up to 30 adults and 30 children in one booking.
To book multiple pitches or accommodation, use the 'Special requests' box on the booking page to ask to be sited together. Complete the booking form for the first booking (you can add a password and save your card so that we remember your details). Then click "Make another booking like this" at the top of the confirmation page to make the next booking.
Large groups: check the listing page for any group restrictions set out in the terms and section titled ‘Please note’.
Large tents/caravans: check the restrictions on unit dimensions to ensure your unit is suitable for the space you will be provided with.
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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
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Leave the car at home
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
- Coach stations
Thirsk: Market Place Clock Coach Stop — 6.6 miles
6.6 miles Ripon Bus Station — 12.4 miles
12.4 miles Knaresborough Bus Station — 14.9 miles
- Train stations
Thirsk Rail Station — 7.4 miles
7.4 miles Hammerton Rail Station — 12.2 miles
12.2 miles Cattal Rail Station — 12.5 miles
- Ferry ports
Transporter Bridge South Side — 28.7 miles
28.7 miles Transporter Bridge North Side — 28.8 miles
Durham Tees Valley Airport — 25.2 miles
25.2 miles Leeds Bradford International Airport — 27.4 miles
From the north
Take the A1/A19 to Thirsk, following signs to York. Continue south on A19 ignoring the first turn off to Carlton, Husthwaite, and Coxwold and carrying on through the village of Thormanby (on a hill), turning two miles on the left signed Husthwaite, Coxwold, and at a twelfth century church. The entrance to Baxby Manor is two miles further on the left opposite a cemetery and immediately before the village sign of Husthwaite. There's a small grass triangle with a four-foot oak tree and a wooden sign in the middle.
Please do not follow your satnav onto Ings Lane!
From the south
Follow the A19 north from York approx 15 miles, past Easingwold. Turning is on right one mile past the second Easingwold bypass roundabout, signed Husthwaite and Coxwold. Entrance to Baxby Manor is two miles further on left opposite a cemetery and immediately before the village sign of Husthwaite. There's a small grass triangle with a four-foot oak tree and a wooden sign in the middle.
Please do not follow your satnav onto Ings Lane!
Local bus services
North Yorkshire County Council Public Transport Information
Local public transport information
Local public transport information
Regular bus service through Husthwaite
Ready to explore? There's plenty to do whatever time of the year you visit.
The variety of scenery around us provides endless possibilities for walking, cycling and touring - north to the vast dramatic open landscape of the Moors; west to the green valley pastures of the Dales, beloved of our famous local vet - James Herriot - and Brontë Country; south through the rich farmlands of the Vale of York, to the City, with its glorious Minster, Jorvik Museum and the National Rail Museum; east to the Wolds and coast - picturesque fishing villages, Whitby old town's quaint streets, imposing clifftop Abbey and Dracula legend, plus the traditional seaside resorts of Scarborough and Filey.
Visit historic York and the Spa Town of Harrogate. The city of York and the spa town of Harrogate are both within a 30-minute drive, providing a host of attractions and the opportunity to shop 'til you drop during the day, and dine out or party at night.
There are numerous other places to visit in the region. Yorkshire's rich past bequeathed us castles, abbeys and stately homes in abundance. Castle Howard, Beningborough Hall, Newby Hall, Duncombe Park and the abbeys of Byland, Rievaulx and Fountains and Helmsley Castle are all within 30 minutes of Baxby Manor.
This part of Yorkshire supports many fascinating craft industries, particularly in our immediate area, where almost every village has its own wood carver and furniture maker - the most renowned of which is Robert Thompson - the Mouse Man - at Kilburn.
Spend some time in historic York, with its quaint streets and world famous Minster. The Jorvik Viking Museum and Castle Museum will transport you back in time. Walk round the medieval city walls and down the famous Shambles (probably one of England's most famous streets) - take a river trip or visit the National Railway Museum.
And, when you need to refuel, why not visit Betty's famous tearooms, or discover one of the many pubs (reputedly one for every day of the year!), bistros and restaurants hidden in the network of streets.
If you need a little retail therapy, York, Leeds and Harrogate have a great selection of individual shops, waiting to be discovered, along popular high street names. Just outside York, you will find shopping centres at Monks Cross and Clifton Moor and an enormous range of discounted designer labels for fashion and the home at the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet. There are colourful and interesting markets in all of the surrounding towns - one for every day of the week!
If you're not ready for a sleepy evening by the fire, there's a great selection of dining out in the area - the Balmoral in Husthwaite; the Fauconberg, Coxwold, White Swan, Ampleforth, Black Swan, Oldstead; Star at Harome. Or head into York, where there is something for every taste and budget - from bistro to rosette dining. Do a ghost walk, visit the theatre or see a film at the stylish riverside City Screen.
Out and about
A spectacular drive through the North York Moors takes you to the dramatic east coastline with beautiful Robin Hood's Bay, nestling between the cliffs, and Whitby, home of the ultimate fish and chips! Why not stop on the way in Heartbeat Country, and visit the NYM Steam Railway (Pickering to Grosmont)? Or go to Scarborough, via Castle Howard, the setting for Brideshead Revisited. A visit to the farm shop and delicatessen there is a must for self-catering or gift buying.
Head west and you are soon in the Yorkshire Dales, with its picture postcard images of drystone walls and dramatic countryside - real Herriot Country - with miles of walks ranging from gentle valley bottom to the strenuous 'Three Yorkshire Peaks' challenge.
This is the place for walkers and cyclists, and plenty of activities for all ages.
Riding stables are popular locally - there is a trekking centre just a few miles away, and there are several golf courses in the area. There is some great fishing to be had on the local rivers and fish lakes.
You will find go-karting at Monks Cross, and, further afield, a trip to Xscape will brush up your winter sports on the indoor real snow ski slope and ice rink.
For family fun, test your nerve on the large variety of rides at Flamingoland and Lightwater Valley Fun Parks.
At York, Ripon, Wetherby, Thirsk, Beverley and Catterick.
Baxby Airsports Club
Microlight experience flights and lessons. Run by proprietors David and Elaine and based right here at Baxby on the farm's 110 acres.
White Rose Riding School
Private and group horse riding lessons and scenic hacking for all experience levels.
1716 Georgian mansion is set in a park and gardens.
Newby Hall & Gardens
Hall and beautiful gardens.
Atmospheric abbey ruin.
Theme park and zoo.
Modern history museum covering 1914 onwards.
Elvington Air Museum
Museum showcasing all things aviation related.
Books, paintings, manuscripts and prints of writer Laurence Sterne.
The Fauconberg Arms, Coxwold (2.5 miles)
Great food. Fantastic friendly atmosphere.
The White Swan, Ampleforth (7 miles)
Really good food.
The Durham Ox, Crayke (5 miles)
Excellent food and a great atmosphere.
The Carlton Bore, Carlton Husthwaite (2 miles)
The Black Swan, Olstead (5 miles)
Upmarket, high quality establishment with superb food.
Crab and Lobster, Dishforth (8 miles)
Great food and lively atmosphere. Fish is a specialty.
The Oak Tree, Helperby (6 miles)
Sister to the Durham Ox in Crayke. Same excellent standard of food!
The Orchrd Inn, Husthwaite (400 metres)
Good value. Lively atmosphere.
- Rievaulx Abbey (7.5 miles)
- Duncombe Park (7.6 miles)
- Rievaulx Terrace & Temples (NT) (7.6 miles)
- Rievaulx Terrace (7.6 miles)
- Nunnington Hall (10.2 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.