Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park

  • Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park
    Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park

Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park

  • Hutton le Hole, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UG
  • 01751 417 261

Set on 5 acres in the North York Moors National Park. Hard stands or electric hook ups. Luxury showers, toilets & pot washing. Pets welcome. Holiday Home also available to hire.

  • [Pets Welcome]
  • [Tariff]
  • [Motor-homes Welcome]
  • [Caravan Site]
  • [For Hire]
  • [Holiday Homes]
  • [Laundry]




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Holiday Home for Hire - Willerby Lodge
2 bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin-bedded room. There is a luxury shower and toilet, extensive kitchen and comfortable lounge.

The kitchen comes with microwave, larder fridge, a range gas cooker, kettle, toaster. The open plan lounge/dining area has a colour TV with DVD player, a gas fire and occasional coffee tables. Both bedrooms have duvets, pillows and towels supplied. The shower room has access both from the main bedroom and the hallway. The holiday home has full central heating and electricity included in the price.
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The owners, Richard and Annabel Strickland, have a wealth of experience with tourism here at Westfield as a Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast business (since 1988) and touring caravans have been staying at the farm for over 15 years.

The following are approximate times for travelling to places of interest and make Hutton Le Hole Caravan Park an ideal and cost effective base to tour the area:

York 1 hour - Castle Howard 20 min - Whitby 1 hour - Scarborough 1 hour

Please note - SAT NAV systems are not the best way to find Hutton Le Hole. Once you are in the general area it is best to use a map to navigate. When travelling from Thirsk on the A170, it is advisable to avoid Sutton Bank and use the alternative caravan route.

Private parking ( 1 car at the side of van ) plus additional car park
Luxury shower & toilet block with family rooms
Children welcome - please be aware that there is no playground on site
I well behaved dog welcome (dog walking area and private walk around the farm)
Utility room/laundry with coin operated washing machine/tumble dryer
Ironing facilities
Wheelchair access
Chemical toilet disposal
Gifts/craft shop in the village, further and more comprehensive shopping in Kirkbymoorside


  • We stayed here for 3 nights.
    The site is large enough, in a good location & has good facilities.
    When we checked in, the owner / lady on reception was polite & nice.
    We did become interrupted during check-in by another camper, who informed the lady that he could not use pitch number 2 as the tent over the bank / wall from him was using both pitch 1 & pitch 2's electric! I did think she would have sorted this but she ignored it & the guy pitched up on another pitch.
    This was where the tone of the campsite was set really.
    We then went to pitch on our designated pitch, which was grass with electric & water very close. Very happy.
    However, during me setting up 2 caravans turned up beside me - both together & travellers.
    I was mortified.
    However, my wife insisted we stay & I shouldn't stereotype.
    The guy beside me had a HUGE dog - a Newfoundland - which he let roam wherever it liked, never on a lead.
    We had a good evening & then went to bed. Unfortunately the 2 caravans beside me stayed up drinking & being very noisy until 1230am but then all was quiet.
    I was woken up at 8am by a noise at the side of my caravan, so I looked only to find the huge dog from next door having a crap beside my hog! I banged on the window & the guy just smiled & turned away.
    I decided to clean it up myself & say nothing, as I did not want my caravan or car to be targeted or any arguments with the family - there were around 6 or 7 in the caravans!
    We had a good day out on the Saturday & the family next door went to the top caravan (not next to us) for the evening, so it was quite quiet for us.....until 4am when they came back to their caravan shouting & very drunk!
    The next day (Sunday) i was again, woken up at around 730am to the guy taking down his awning with a can of lager in his hand (not a lie) & again his huge dog had crapped at the front of my caravan.
    Again, I cleaned this up. Where are the owners of the site during all this???
    The travellers left (Thankfully) & we had 1 more night - hopefully in peace.
    No it wasn't!
    A large tent with a lady & her daughter arrived at 845pm in the dark, and set up beside us.
    This was ok, but sadly she had a dog that barked incessantly until 1030pm!
    I did not report any of this, due to the fact that I did not wish to have any arguments with the family that pitched beside us.
    The caravan site has camera's so why wasn't something seen or done? Why allow travellers on the site?
    As said, a nice site but not managed or monitored one bit.
    My advice - AVOID at all costs - I will be!
    David Warren, Yorkshire
    9th Sep 2019
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