Brenk house Farm Caravan site is a small 5 van site on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. We are members of the Caravan and Camping Club CL scheme.
We are a working farm so you could expect to see many farming activities depending on the time of year. Animals include a small herd of Highland Cattle plus White Beltied Galloways both of which are rare breeds. We also have a small flock of sheep which lamb in early spring each year.
The site has uninterupted views onto open countryside. We have 6 electric hook-ups, plus free showers and dish washing facilities.
Very close by are Byland Abbey, Newburgh Priory, Shandy Hall, the White Horse, and the pretty villages of Coxwold and Kilburn. We are also well situated for exploring the North York Moors National Park and the City of York.
In summer time there is the Moorsbus service accessable from the farm entrance on which you can explore the North Yorkshire National Park taking you to most areas of the park. This is ideal for walkers exploring the area.
Small, friendly 5 van site which is well maintained.
Every effort will be made to acommodate visitors needs.
White Belted Galloways
Newly born Highland calf
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: chemical toilet disposal facilities, electric hookups, toilets, showers
Pets are welcome.
We are on the Alternative caravan route that avoids Sutton Bank. This route is very well signed from Thirsk/A19. From the village of Coxwold take the road to Wass/Ampleforth from the only junction in the village and we are exactly one mile out of the village on the right hand side.