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LOCATION

Sat Nav users please note that the Postcode will take you to ‘Middle Farm’ carry on up the road a little further ‘High Farm’ is the next farm you come to.
The Static Caravan is located on the right hand side just past the farm house. The Caravan Club CL site is located on the left hand side of the road.

Please use the map below to find places to eat and visit in the area.
 
 
HOW TO FIND US

Turn left off the A170 heading east signposted Pockley, approximately a mile out of Helmsley. After 1.25 miles, at the end of the village, turn right into a road
signposted Beadlam Rigg, and continue up to the T-junction. Turn left onto Beadlam Rigg, on to a "no through road" and continue for a mile until you run
out of road! High Farm is the third property. Parking for the static caravan is located next to it on the right-hand side, just after our garden.

Mrs A.Teasdale High Farm, Beadlam Rigg, Pockley, North Yorkshire YO62 7TG

Caravans are not allowed on Sutton Bank which is between Thirsk & Helmsley.

If you have any questions about the best route to take please contact us.
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

There is so much to do and see in the local area,
whether you prefer walking, cycling, sight seeing,
shopping and/or pub life. North Yorkshire is the ideal location for a walking holiday with great places to visit like the Howardian Hills, Hambleton Hills and the White Horse at Sutton Bank.

The market town of Helmsley is a great place to visit whilst staying at Beadlam Rigg. A range of wonderful attractions for all the family are available, please view the video and take a closer look at Helmsley.

Links to some local places are shown below.
 
 
castle howard   Castle Howard
Yorkshire's finest historic house and estate

Rievaulx Abbey
A family day out in peace and tranquility

Eden Camp War Museaum
British military history from 1914 onwards

North Yorkshire Moors Railway
A perfect starting point for a day out
  Ryedale Folk Museum
Rural life from the Iron Age to the 1950s

Dalby Forest
Set in the North York Moors National Park

Cycling in Ryedale
A range of exciting routes to enjoy

The City of York
History and great shopping