Repurposed Boulton and Paul game larder from the turn of the 20th century, sleeping 2 guests. Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
The Game Larder, located in the middle the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, is a repurposed Boulton and Paul game larder from the turn of the 20th century sleeping 2 guests. The cedar wood building is set on a traditional sheep and cattle hill farm with views down the Esk Valley and across to Danby beacon.
Just a 20 minute walk away is the pretty village, Lealholm. Despite being small, the village has all the basics that you may need including a good pub, shop, post office, garden centre and tea rooms. Whitby, a seaside town, is a 20 minute drive from the farm. Explore the many traditional moorland villages which can all be found within a 30 minute drive. The surrounding area offers many scenic routes that are great for walking, cycling and horse riding.
Inside The Game Larder there is a double bed in the loft area, while downstairs there is a living and kitchen area with a sofa (giving the option for guests to sleep on the sofa bed downstairs instead of in the loft area), a small fridge, electric cooking hob, kettle, utensils, and a toaster, TV/DVD player, as well as books, games and DVDs. The toilets and showers are in a converted building 20 metres away and are shared with the campsite. In the shower building there are washing up facilities, washer/dryer, a large fridge and a freezer. Watch the sunsets and enjoy the scenery from the decking outside.
Price is £50 per night. There is a 2 night minimum stay. Please bring your own bedding - linen can be provided at an extra charge of £20. Not suitable for families, although a child over 12 with an adult could be accommodated. No smoking. No pets.
Durham Tees Valley
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