Frequently Asked Questions
We are a rural Camp site and barn. All our facilities are basic yet fully serviceable: showers, toilets, wash basin, pot wash sinks and hot and cold water always available.
Are you open all year?
Yes! You are welcome to stay any day of the year.
Can I have a fire or BBQ?
BBQ’s are allowed if raised off the ground so that the grass isn’t scorched. Camp fires are not allowed.
Can we bring a car?
Yes we have free parking, although please note the camp site itself is a car free zone!
We are a working farm and in wet weather it can be muddy!
Can I bring a large tent?
We can accommodate large tents but please inform us on booking.
Can we bring our dog or pets?
Yes we take well behaved dogs which must be kept on leads as we have both cattle and sheep on the farm. £1.00 per night per dog
Can we bring music?
Yes but must be quiet after 10.30pm to respect other campers who are walking and getting up early the next morning.
Do you accept large groups?
We only take large groups of students accompanied by adults; ie DofE, Scouts, Air Cadets etc We are a family orientated camp site.
We do not accept unsupervised groups below the age of 21 yrs.
How do I book?
Email us using our contact form or telephone 01642 722847
What is your cancellation policy?
Please let us know by email or phone as soon as you realise you will have to cancel.
What time can I check in?
Check- in is from 3pm check out is 10am. If you are arriving after 8pm please let us know beforehand.
Do you take caravans/camper vans/ trailer tents?
Trailer tents can be accommodated but please notify us in advance. Sorry we do not take any caravans.
Can we play ball games?
Yes ball games are great, but not after 9pm please
Do you have electric hook up?
No we do not have this facility.
Can I charge my phone?
Electric is on a £1 meter. While charging your phone the phone remains your responsibility.
Can I book the whole campsite?
We may be able to arrange for you to hire out the whole camp site but this would need to be arranged well in advance.
- Can I arrive by public transport?
The only form of public transport that would get you to Kildale village is train on the Esk Valley Line from Middlesbrough to Whitby.
It is then a 1mile walk either across the fields or by the road.