Shower and toilet block with pot wash
Electric hook-up points
Free-range eggs from happy hens for sale
Fantastic bus network. Barton Hill 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

£12 a night (singles) without electric hook-up
£18 a night (couples) without electric hook-up
£18 a night (singles) with electric hook-up
£22 a night (couples) with electric hook-up
£26 a night for six-man plus tents 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

No hidden charges for dogs, awnings etc - but please no more than two dogs a pitch and no 'yappers' as they upset the sheep and horses. Always willing to discuss a special rate for a long stay.

Payment: Because of Covid-19 please put any cash in a clearly marked envelope or plastic bag to minimise handling. We do NOT have the technology to accept card payments but can provide BACS details (three working days required between payment and departure please)

Local Taxi: Colin Owston 07855 746463

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.

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.