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Keld Knowle Farm (CL) Open: March - November


  • Hookups available
  • Dogs allowed
  • Hardstanding available
  • Fishing within 3 miles
  • B&B on site
  • Laundry facilities
  • Batteries charged

Site Description

Karen and Anthony Scaling welcome you to Keld Knowle Farm.

The site has easy, wide, access and a level field with far reaching views. There are stone roads and three hard standings - safe in all weathers.

Bed and Breakfast is available in the farmhouse or two static caravans to hire if friends and family would like to join your holiday.

Keld Knowle is a five minute walk from the Buck Inn, serving bar meals, three miles from Pickering and ideally situated for visits to the North York Moors, Whitby, York or Scarborough.

Site Charges

Prices for 2015:
Grass standing - £12.00 per night including electric.
Hardstanding - £13.00 per night including electric
Wi Fi £1 per night
Bed and Breakfast £60 per room
Static Caravan, from £130

Hard standings must be booked in advance

Local Attractions

Keld Knowle is ideally situated to visit the coast or North York Moors. There are many places to visit but listed below are my Top Ten.

1.Take the steam train from Pickering, stop off at 'Hogsmead' station to visit 'Aidensfield' or walk across the Moors.

2.Visit Castle Howard, one of the Treasure Houses of Britain. Splendour and Grandeur at its finest!

3.Walk through the fields to the neighbouring village of Sinnington. A picture postcard with school house, maypole on the green and river running through. A great place for a paddle, picnic or meal in the Fox and Hounds.

4.Catch a local agricultural show. With everything from terrier racing to pig judging, to the best chocolate cake. We know how to put on a “Grand Day Out”!

5.Stroll around the chocolate box village of Hutton Le Hole, with sheep grazing on the green, and the fascinating Ryedale Folk Museum.

6.Drive, take the bus or steam train across the moor to Whitby to see the narrow streets and sheltered harbour.

7.Visit the historic city of York, walk the city walls, magnificent York Minster, National Railway Museum (free entry), medieval streets, Yorvik Viking museum, the list goes on and on!

8.Find the spectacular ruins of Rievaulx Abbey, hiding in a secluded wooded valley.

9.Wander around the market town of Helmsley with boutique shops and cafes.

10.Turn out the wife/husband/children. Get out a deck chair. Crack open your favourite tipple. Sit down. Relax. Listen to the skylarks. Watch the cows munching grass.

Contact Details

Keld Knowle Farm
North Yorkshire
YO18 8PJ
Name Karen Scaling
Tel 01751 472820
Email Contact Form
Web Website Link
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Site Directions

From the roundabout in Pickering:- We are 3 miles on the A170 heading towards Helmsley, on the left hand side. From

Latitude: 54.259675

Longitude: -0.831713

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