Moulton Lane, North Cowton, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 0HPView on map
Why stay here ...
Spring Thyme is a small holding in a rural location and it is a peaceful site located in the North Yorkshire countryside. The site is located in a just over half acre field with 10AMP electrical hook-up, all hard standing pitches and space for awnings on the grass and recycling on site. Children and dogs are both welcome at the site and a warm reception is always guaranteed. In the adjacent field we have, chickens, and two donkeys. Free range eggs are produced on the small holding and are on sale. We have an information hut on site.
The site is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding areas. Close by is the historic town of Richmond and the pretty market towns of Northallerton and Darlington. These towns provide a selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and a supermarket (see below for further details)
Visitors can enjoy a 15 minute walk to the village pub where meals can be obtained at a reasonable price along with local beers; other local pubs can be reached in 10 mins by car. The beautiful North Yorkshire countryside is on your doorstep and coastlines are within reach from our site offering stunning natural beauty and a range of attractions to suit all tastes including the RSPB site Saltholme 30 mins away.
For more information please visit our Website or have a look at our Video Tour.
This historic Yorkshire Dales market town with Norman castle, Georgian architecture, cobbled market place, monuments and abbeys is approximately 9.5 miles away.
Catterick, sometimes referred to as Catterick Village to distinguish it from the nearby Catterick Garrison, is a village in North Yorkshire and is located 7.5 miles away. It dates back to Roman times, when Cataractonium was a Roman fort protecting the crossing of the Great North Road and Dere Street over the River Swale.
Darlington is known for its associations with the birth of railways. This is celebrated in the town at Darlington Railway Centre and Museum. The world's first passenger rail journey was between Shildon (via Darlington) and nearby Stockton-on-Tees on the Stockton and Darlington Railway in 1825.
Croft Circuit - 3 miles away.
Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM
Electric amperage: 10
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