This is a Certificated Site (CS). These select sites are small, privately run campsites that operates under the Club’s jurisdiction and can only accommodate up to 5 caravans or motorhomes and up to 10 trailer tents or tents, unless express permission has been given by the Club to accommodate more. They range from secluded Hideaways to fully facilitated family friendly sites, and are often found in locations where larger commercial sites are prohibited so you could be camping close to a beach or in the National Park, for example.
Big Sites Book Reference: 105/209
This site was last visited by a Site Officer in 2016.
0.75 acre, level. Adv bkg ad..
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has the following facilities on or around the site.
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
A well-sheltered site
Childrens play area
Designated dog walk
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Public transport within 1 mile
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Chemical toilet disposal point
Ice pack freezing
Battery charging facilities
Fantastic site. The owners are very welcoming and helpful. The animals and play area make it perfect for families with children.
Despite the proximity to the motorway road noise is not intrusive. We look forward to returning again in the near future. Would highly recommend this site.
- Location: Town,Country
- Suitable For: Families,Peaceful break
Great site, friendly owners but too close to the motorway. A lot of traffic noise.
Very nice site, friendly and has a small farm with a variety of animals. Although I did not use the facilities, one having a quick look they seemed clean and in good condition. Stayed for just under two weeks, but as the back of the site is only around 100 metres from the M1/A1 junction, it was very noisy non stop throughout the night. Could feel the vibrations from the lorries in the caravan and ended up with migraine and unable to sleep for a few nights towards the end of the stay. But if traffic does not bother you then this is a great site for a stopover. Close to Leeds and plenty to do in the area. site is advertised as 6amp - but on looking at the hookup units I found it to be 16amp and was able to run my electric heater and kettle together which I would not even be able to do on a 10amp site. There are a number of shops nearby, including Tesco in Garforth and a larger selections of shops just down the M1 near Swillington.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Excellent site, very close to A1(M) Ideal as a stopover for those travelling north or south.
Having just joined the club and bought first caravan for 20 years, we decided to try a site near to home just to test out the caravan. I rang and booked in advance.
There was no-one around when we turned up but the field was quiet with just 2 campervans in it, so there was plenty of choice. The field, although described as flat, is part flat, and part sloping. The lane from Aberford Road is close to the M1 and also tthe A1(M). I especially like the electrically operated gate to gain access to the site.
The site is close enough to the village of Aberford, but only a few miles from Garforth, if you need a larger selection of shops or eating places.
It was a nice touch to be near such a variety of animals, as well as a nice covered fish pond, and we will be returning here, but next time with grandchildren.
The toilet / shower block is well maintained, with soap and towels, and it even includes a set of urinals at the end. This could be very useful, during the busier summer months. My only criticism would be that there should be some way of washing hands there, possibly some handwash, as if you use the urinals when the other two toilets are in use, you would not be able to wash your hands.
I can recommend The Crooked Billet at Saxton, Tadcaster which is 2. miles away, maybe slightly shorter. Their food is excellent, if a little pricey.
If you do go there you must visit Lead Chapel, which is in the middle of the field opposite The Crooked Billett, It is lovely old church, commonly known as "The Ramblers Church", not quite abandonded, with no electricity, and there are only one or two services a year there.
Half a mile further on there is an old cross to commemorate The Battle of Towton in 1461 during the War of the Roses, when between 28,000 and 36,000 men died on one day. It is described as "probably the largest and bloodiest battle ever fought on English soil".
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Town,Country,Secluded
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples
From arriving to leaving this site made me smile .... Donkeys ... pigs .. goats ...ducks etc.
Very friendly owners .
Although I was there for only one day I do intend returning for a longer stay.
A wee surprising gem.
Recommend trying it.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
The fees for North Cottage were last updated in 2015.
The following fees are just given as a guide, so please always check with the site.
The fee for staying on site for one night is :
£14.00 - £16.00 for 2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Unit including Hook-up
* Please note the site open dates are 01 January 2016 - 31 December 2016