First-time visitors to Cote Ghyll will immediately notice the outstanding natural landscaping of our Regional Winner for North-East England. And that’s just when you arrive!

The site is tucked into a beautiful valley on the edge of an idyllic village, all within the North York Moors National Park. Cyclists will particularly enjoy exploring the area with routes to suit all levels of experience, and the nearby Moor to Sea Cycle Network – a long-distance bike route offering moorland, forest and coastal loops. There are around 150 miles to explore, through the very heart of the North York Moors National Park.

Outdoor-lovers will appreciate the numerous walks along the valley and around the nearby Cod Beck Reservoir, or up onto the heather moors. You’ll find the warm dog-wash, new for 2021, very useful, as it also is for hosing down bicycles and muddy boots.

If you’d prefer a day on-site with the family, there are two children’s play areas, a playing field and a new, purpose-built shop, with everything from fresh pastries and milk to toys and souvenirs. Stop by, too, at the Mill Kitchen, serving a choice of breakfast and evening meals, along with a takeaway service.

You say…

“It’s so well-organised and safe in the current climate, and set in beautiful countryside with lots of lovely walks and scenery.”

In a nutshell: A truly lovely slice of North Yorkshire to enjoy with friends and family, camping or otherwise, and a worthy Regional Winner.