Found in between the Yorkshire Dales and the grassy fields of the North York Moors, this Hobbit House stays tucked away on the Hideaway campsite located on the Baxby Manor estate. If you’re wanting to step back from the hustle and bustle of town life and get closer to nature this is the spot for you.
The Hideaway campsite where the Hobbit House stay known as the Hoglet Houses promotes an ‘eco-ethos’ with sustainability and attempts to lessen their impact on the environment with such thing as renewable energy sources.
For those wanting a little luxury whilst getting back to nature, the Hoglet House has toilet and shower facilities nearby. The hobbit stay sleeps a family of four and features a double bed, two single beds with a bunk bed over the double.
Keep warm on the cooler nights with the wood burner stove, or on the warmer night sit around the campfire on Up-cycled” outdoor furniture and tell stories whilst listening to the surrounding wildlife.
You can enjoy the twinkling whilst enjoying an alfresco bbq experience with all plates, bowls, cutlery, mugs, glasses, BBQ tools, portable single gas stove, and kettle, included!
If you don’t feel like cooking there are a few good pubs within walking distance from your stay at Hoglet House such as Plum and Partridge which serves up the pie of the week, succulent steaks and other pub classics as well as a tasty katsu curry and burgers.
A few miles further away are The Fauconberg and The Carlton Inn for those wanting to take a little stroll out in the countryside.
Things to visit and see include the famous Shandy Hall featured in the novel Tristram Shandy, Byland Abbey, Rievaulx Abbey and if you want a day out with the kids Flamingo Land, Eden Camp and Elvington Air Museum – so there is plenty to see closeby.
You can stay for £240 for two nights. If you’d like to book or find out more visit the website here.