Stripe Lane, Hartwith, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 3HAView on map
Why stay here ...
An adult only lawned site with spectacular views over Nidderdale.
The site leads directly onto the Nidderdale Way and extensive footpaths and bridleways.
Next to Brimham Rocks and close to Fountains Abbey, Ripley Castle and Pateley Bridge.
Holiday cottage available.
|Date||Pitch + 2 Adults|
|01/01/2018 - 30/06/2018||£14.00|
Types of pitch: hardstanding, grass
Electric hook up available
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Levelling blocks required
Electric amperage: 10
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Really happy with this site and the owner's couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. I was there for the last week in October 2017, and as I first stepped out of the car, I was struck by the wonderful peace and quiet. The site is arranged with three pitches in a row, next to a barn, and two further down the slope below it, (all hardstanding). All have excellent views over open countryside to the east, with sloping fields behind, to the west. Each pitch has its own water supply, and 10A EHU. The toilet is close by and well maintained. I was on the smallest pitch, nicely separated from others. It was sloping, but not by too much and easily levelled with blocks. Brimham Rocks is only 1.5 mls and Fountains Abbey 8 miles, and the whole of the Nidderdale Valley on the doorstep. The little shop in Summerdale (2 mile), seems to stock everything, and the local bread sold there I found especially delicious. There's also a Farm Supply store, just opposite the shop, which sells diesel, (I'm not sure about petrol?) The only slight difficulty, as with so many CLs in the depths of the country, is that to reach the site, there is a single track road for about 1.5ml. Plenty wide enough to take any rig, but I wouldn't be comfortable to meet something else big. I had no problems with the entrance gateway, that another reviewer mentioned, but then I have a small rig, and of course the gateway may have been widened since then. The best I can say is that I'm hoping to go again, next year.