Stud Farm

Sutton Road, Wigginton, York, North Yorkshire, YO32 2RB

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Set in a quiet paddock on a Victorian stud farm, our small site is ideal if you want to explore York and the North Yorkshire countryside from a peaceful base. There again, you could just sit back, and relax .....

An acre of level lawn is bordered by mature trees. The long views across our paddocks are complimented by a warm welcome, optional hook-ups, and plentiful supplies of our own fresh eggs - hens permitting!

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good

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1 acres

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Postcode:
YO32 2RB
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Lat 54.02278 / Lon -1.100025
OS field ref:
SE590589
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: York, Easingwold, Helmsley
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Hull (45 miles)
  • Nearest train station: York
  • Park and ride within 5 miles

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Lovely welcome

This was our second stop on our touring holiday and as we are quite new to touring in our van we had chosen sites based on reviews and our gut feeling. This proved totally successful with Stud Farm. A great welcome and an ever helpful owner. Thank you to previous reviews and to Mr and Mrs Whitaker. The local villages have all you need for shopping and are pretty and peaceful and if you are a fan of Lego or have children or grandchildren who are as we do, DO NOT MISS the Lego shop on the Wiggington Road on the way into York. Amazing enthusiastic owner. We used the park and ride to go into York and had a great time.
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Posh Cat

We have been visiting this site for quite a few years now and have always found the owners to be welcoming and unobtrusive. We have always been escorted to the site and offered a choice of pitches It is a small site but very peaceful and our dogs love the freedom of the adjoining field. We do not agree with the reviewer who said the owners were unhelpful. Perhaps their attitude was a problem. As far as the grass is concerned, sometimes it is a bit long but if the ground is wet then it is not possible to cut as the ground would be ruined. Whenever we visit it is always busy, so there are obviously a lot of people who feel the site is exactly what they require. Oh well you can't please all of the people all of the time.

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Excellent CL, close to York.

Just returned home after our third visit to Stud Farm, this time staying nine nights. Arriving from the south we found it easy to enter the narrow driveway. Look for the bus stop, the entrance is about 20 yards before the bus stop sign. Mrs Whittaker was very friendly and welcoming, she insisted on showing us onto the field and helping us to choose a pitch. It had been very wet prior to our arrival but with her help we found an area of hard ground just inside the field. It is a very peaceful site, about 100 yards from the road and shielded by trees. The local bus passes the end of the drive, hourly and takes about 20 minutes into the centre of York. The site is a couple of miles North of York ring road which gives easy access to several retail parks and supermarkets. The coast is about an hour and a half away through the beautiful York countryside. One of our favourite CL's we hope to return again in 2016. 
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Visit to Stud Farm Sept. 2015

Have just returned home from Stud Farm after a 1`2day break. Having been going there for over 10 years I do NOT recognise the site the last reviewer was at.Nicer people than the Whittakers are hard to find.Her problem with the grass could be due to very wet weather when one does not cut to protect the site. The bins may be small but they are emptied every morning. While the entrance is tight it can be entered with just a little care.

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A quiet site near York

A fairly basic site great care is needed to navigate the farm track entrance off the main road especially if you are approaching the site from Helmsley. We did not find the owners particularly helpful or nice and the grass needed a good cut. The bin provided for rubbish was far too small especially as most of the time there were more than the permitted five vans on the site. On the plus side despite being very near to a main road the site was quite and very handy for York and you could walk your dog in the neighbouring field - albeit on a lead as there were sheep in the field
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