The secluded site set within the 90 acres that surround Hurries has electric points and is adjacent to the farmhouse where fresh water and the toilet are situated. There is a hardcore turning circle with random sites off. Independent accommodation is available in The Granary, sleeping 4. Visitors are assured a Yorkshire welcome and are free to explore the farm and sample the home produced Aberdeen Angus beef and lamb.
£12 per night, per pitch. Fully inclusive of electricity, water and awnings.
Skipton and Settle are equidistant and the Pennine Way is 1 mile away. Horse riding, Golf, Fishing and Eating available locally. Stunning Dales Scenery with numerous photo and painting opportunities. Both Skipton & Settle have good outdoor markets and the latter has varied entertainment at the refurbished Victoria Hall/theatre. The Parish Church of St Michael the Archangel, known as thre Cathedral of the Dale, is situated in Kirkby Malham and is well worth a visit. As are the numerous historical villages in the Dale.
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