It was brilliant to re-open all our sites this week following the month-long second national lockdown. Our five North Yorkshire holiday parks – York House, Abbots Green, Monk Park, Swaleside and Old Hall – as well as the Old Barn Coffee Shop all fall within the current Tier 2 area and, as such, were able to open on Wednesday, December 2nd.

All the social distancing and hygiene measures that we introduced after the first lockdown are still in place, and we are confident that our parks and coffee shop remain a safe environment for everyone to enjoy their leisure time. We continue to adhere to Government guidelines and keep abreast of any changes in this regard.

We are keeping our holiday home owners up to date with the latest regulations about travelling to their caravans and lodges, particularly if going from one tier to another or considering visiting us during the Christmas window between December 23rd and 27th. It’s been so lovely to see many of them returning to their ‘boltholes’ for some peace and quiet away from it all, and we’re looking forward to welcoming many more in the weeks to come.

At this point, we are not taking bookings from customers living in Tier 3 locations who wish to hire our caravans, lodges and touring facilities.

The Old Barn Coffee Shop

Our café located at the entrance to York House Holiday Park is now open again and offering its Winter Menu, breakfast, afternoon tea (pre-book only) and Sunday lunches (pre-book only). Read more about what’s on offer at the Old Barn here.

Our strict social distancing and hygiene procedures remain in place, and we continue to use as much indoor and outdoor space as possible. Following the introduction of the national tier system, visitors may only sit indoors with their immediate household.

Due to the current climate, it is advisable to always call ahead first on 01845 597 495 to check that we’re open if you’re making a special journey to see us. We are also offering a takeaway service for those who prefer not to eat in with us.

Thank you

Once again, we are very grateful for everyone’s patience, understanding and support. With our sites now open again, and following positive news about the vaccine, we feel that there is light at the end of the tunnel and we can look forward to a happier Christmas.