Lowther House

Fearby, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 4NF

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Rated 4 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

A quiet small family farm with sheep, horses and free-range poultry. The easy accessible, mown, spacious field slopes gently with views to the south.

Fearby is a quiet village with a large green, pub, lots of walking and cycle routes. An assortment of shops, friendly pubs and attractions can be found in Masham where the local community centre will help you find a wide variety of indoor and outdoor attractions. Children and dogs welcome.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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0.75 acres

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Lat 54.224222 / Lon -1.706263
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A lovely farm experience

After reading the last review of this camp site we arrived with some trepidation but this place turned out to be one of the friendliest and interesting camp sites we had been to. Dog poo was not an issue but you had to aware of chicken poo! Many of the other campers had been there long term and all of them so friendly. We loved the free range chickens wandering about, always up for feeding and delighted by the horses being taken through into the next field. The rescue cob horse called Rosie and her lady owner could not have been nicer. The site itself is reasonably level and surrounded by hedges and a farm building. Obviously we were very lucky with the other campers but they all stay there so long there's a good chance everybody will meet them. We would not hesitate in coming here again.

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Disappointing visit

This is the second time we have stayed here but we won't be returning. The owners and other caravanners dogs were running freely and we had dog poo left in front of our caravan and outside the door! Not something you want to wake up to! There was also dog poo near the refuse bins. Alarmingly we also witnessed another caravanner scooping his dog's poo and throwing it up into the area behind a child's swing. We also had vehicles passing in front of our caravan leading into an adjacent field on a couple of occasions including evenings. We know this is a working farm and we do prefer to stay on farms and in fact the free range hens were the highlight. We felt the owners were not particularly welcoming and it is such a shame as the area and the walking is lovely.

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This is the second time we have stayed here but we won't be returning. The owners and other caravanners dogs were running freely and we had dog poo left in front of our caravan and outside the door! Not something you want to wake up to! There was also dog poo near the refuse bins. Alarmingly we also witnessed another caravanner scooping his dog's poo and throwing it up into the area behind a child's swing. We also had vehicles passing in front of our caravan leading into an adjacent field on a couple of occasions including evenings. We know this is a working farm and we do prefer to stay on farms and in fact the free range hens were the highlight. We felt the owners were not particularly welcoming and it is such a shame as the area and the walking is lovely.

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Feb 2015

Just had a mini gettogher wth 3 vans here, arrived mid afternoon wet under foot and a bit muddy by the time we left. had a lovely walk on the Saurtday. only let down was the Black Swan, dont let dogs in and the food is only average 
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THE REAL DALES !

Very warm welcome ,fantastic views down the valley .This is a working farm , livestock ,goats , horses , poultry running freely which produce the best eggs I have ever tasted. Lovely grass field, level, Just in case you did`nt know , cockerels do rise early 5am which just adds to the sites character. Will return again soon .
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