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Easy access to Yorkshire Dales. Leyburn town walk able with plenty of places to visit. Advanced booking advisable.
Remember to make your Easter bonnets.
Leyburn is a market town and civil parish in the district of Richmondshire, North Yorkshire, England, sitting above the northern bank of the River Ure in Wensleydale. Historically in the North Riding of Yorkshire, the name was derived from 'Ley' or 'Le' (clearing), and 'burn' (stream), meaning clearing by the stream.
It was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 but had no recorded population which had prominence as the only market town in Wensleydale until being devastated by the plague in 1563, it has its own railway station on the heritage Wensleydale Railway, this is the last stop westbound before the terminus at Redmire, trains also run eastbound towards Bedale and Northallerton.
Local bus services to Hawes, Northallerton, Richmond and Ripon
Things to see and do, you can have a country walk from nearby Bolton Castle and also Middleham Castle, visit Forbidden Corner a good day out you can take a picnic, children and adults will love it. Or just across the road there is Tennants Auctioneers, the magnificent Garden Rooms.
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Sandra & Julia
All our sites have drinking water
and elsan (toilet waste disposal).
From A1 take A684 Bedale-Leyburn rd, site on the L in 0.25m before Leyburn.
When you see this it means you will have to call the number provided to book a pitch. You can't just turn up on site.
The exception is our Annual Dinner Dance where you can camp unbooked if you don't wish to attend the Dinner Dance main event.
When you see this it means you do not need to book and you can just turn up.
Sometimes we may advise you call the steward before departing to check availability.