Shower and toilet block with pot wash
Electric hook-up points
Fantastic bus network. Welburn Lodge times on the "Coastliner" timetable at:
18th Century village pub the Crown & Cushion, within walking distance
Village bakery and cafe Dogh

Having enjoyed welcoming families for many years, now our own children are grown-up the campsite is for adults only

£15 a night (singles) without electric hook-up
£22 a night (couples) without electric hook-up
£20 a night (singles) with electric hook-up
£25 a night (couples) with electric hook-up
£10 a night per extra adult. An "extra adult" is one that takes the booking (caravan or tent) over two adults

All to follow C&&CC Club rules, which are basic kindness and courtesy

Awning £1.50 extra per night (no heaters in awnings please or we lose money!) One dog included, second dog £1.50 per night.

Maximum of two well-behaved dogs

Gas barbecues only, no fires.

Cash on arrival (if we're not in, please post through letterbox at farmhouse with your name and membership number if applicable). We do NOT accept card payments but our BACS details are:

Mrs SV Lyon
Account Number: 45117136
Sort Code: 56-00-70

We don't ask for a deposit but please give at least 48 hours' notice of cancellations.

Arrivals from 1pm and departures by 12noon. Please speak to us if you want to arrive earlier or leave later; it’s usually not a problem!

Local Taxis: Take Me Taxis, Malton 01653 696969
Whitwell Cars, 01653 740700

Please support the UK’s small campsites...

Increases in the cost of electricity and insurance mean small campsites like ours often struggle to cover costs.

Special places like ours - where old-fashioned memories are made - need support to stay open. Who wants a world where the only campsites left are big concrete-covered places with no space between pitches?!

If you don’t stay with us, please try to book a similar small site.

Thanks so much for your support.


The history (and shopping!) of York is 13 miles away, while Scarborough is 25 miles and the traditional market town of Malton - known as the "food capital of Yorkshire" - just five miles.

Greets Farm lies in the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by a network of footpaths. Downloadable walking routes are available from:

Castle Howard is less than three miles away, along with its sister attraction Kew Arboretum at Castle Howard

Other attractions range from the tranquil Yorkshire Lavender at Terrington - a lovely village, which is home to an excellent and well-stocked village stores and tearoom (perfect if you want a proper breakfast without the washing up!) - and Eden Camp War Museum

No visit is complete without a trip to the seaside - Scarborough, Whitby and Filey are all within easy reach. Don't forget Pickering - home of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and Dalby Forest You really ought to see the Moors as well...

We pride ourselves on having a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, without lots of rules.
However - because we are surrounded by sheep - dogs must be on leads.