In the grounds of a 14th century manor is an off-grid glamping spot that looks perfect for a remote North Yorkshire staycation.
In the grounds of Baxby Manor in Husthwaite, near Thirsk, is the Hideaway- a remote campsite set up with eco pods, a treehouse, camping pitches, and even a little village of Hobbit Houses.
The cosy little hobbit houses sleep up to four people and look perfect for a remote getaway.
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All the houses have log burners to stay warm and cosy if the temperature drops, and have outdoor fire pits.
And, fortunately, they have limited one-night availability throughout the school holiday but act fast because it will likely be booked up soon!
Baxby Manor also has a huge treehouse that can sleep six people, but it’s fully booked through to the end of September.
There are also off-grid eco pods that sleep two or a family of four.
And, if you have your own tent, it looks like there are plenty of pitches available throughout July and August, including an adults-only if you want a break from the kids!
The entire site is eco-friendly and uses rainwater for toilets, a biomass heater for the showers, and all the electricity comes from renewable sources.
The campsite is on the estate of an old manor built in 1308 and is between the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales, so it’s a perfect base for exploring, or a stopping off point on a road trip around North Yorkshire.
The only thing it’s lacking is a certain long-bearded wizard to whisk you off on an adventure.
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