Bank House Farm Hostel, Bank House Farm, Glaisdale, Whitby YO21 2QA
A luxury Bunk Barn and a simple Camping Barn on a working organic farm with farmhouse B&B. Set in beautiful Glaisdale Dale, with stunning views of the North York Moors. The Bunk Barn is a modern barn conversion with under-floor heating, large comfy kitchen/dining/living room with sofas, drying room, showers and private toilets. Picnic BBQ area and garden with panoramic views. There is one large dorm with 9 single beds and one bunkbed, each equipped with sheet and pillow. Bring your own sleeping bag/duvet and towel. The Camping Barn provides simple, single-night shelter for those walking or cycling with their own sleeping bags and cooking equipment. Duvet & towel hire £5. DIY breakfast £5. The farm’s beef & lamb is available seasonally, bring other food with you, or arrange a supermarket delivery. Wainwright’s Coast to Coast route 1m (collection possible), Whitby & Jurassic coast 12m, steam trains 3m, Esk Valley walk 3m.This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
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Bunk Barn: 1×11
All year. Phone calls 9am-9pm
Bunkbarn: W/ends £500 (Fri-Sun), Bank Hols £600 (3 nights). Saturday £400. Midweek from £25pppn. Deals for longer stays. Camping Barn: £12pp. Farmhouse B&B: £40.
Booking essential. Deposit required, balance 4 weeks before arrival.
From Glaisdale station go uphill through village and turn left at T junction ‘Glaisdale Dale Only’. After 1 mile turn left by Witchpost Cottage. Pass New House Farm then turn left and follow farm track 1/3 mile to farmyard.
Glaisdale train station 3miles. ‘M&D Transport’ minibus from Castleton to Whitby in Glaisdale village (2.5 miles). Nat. Express coaches at Whitby.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel' and is on the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike route and the Coast to Coast Walk.
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If Carlsberg made bunkbarns…
Bank House Farm Hostel and bunk barn gives very affordable accommodation which comes highly reviewed by visitors. Look at the feature picture or their social media for a glance at some of the comments. My favourite is “If Carlsberg made bunkbarns…” Other gassy canned lagers are available. They describe themselves as a ‘luxury’ bunk barn and with under floor heating; a lovely modernised interior; their own farm beef and lamb available as well as the offer of a lift home from the pub (!) they might just be right.
It has panoramic views of Glaisdale and has easy access to Wainwright’s Coast to Coast route, Whitby & the Jurassic coast, and the Esk Valley walk.
Bank House Farm is one mile from the Coast to Coast route just west of Glaisdale
Bank House Farms Camping Barn has been designed to provide simple, single-night shelter for those walking or cycling with their own sleeping bags, mats and stoves. Accommodation in the camping barn is available any night of the week but you should always pre-book. Duvet/towel hire and breakfast packs are available on the farm, and if your visit is midweek you may be able to book a bed in the bunkhouse which has self catering facilities and beds equipped with pillows and sheets.
If you eat in The Arncliffe Arms in Glaisdale, Chris or Emma will collect you from the pub, which is right on the Coast to Coast route, and deliver you back to the village the next day, at no extra charge. To reach Bank House Farm on foot use a good map to leave the Coast to Coast route around a mile west of Glaisdale and walk via footpaths taking a one mile detour off the Coast to Coast route.
Two miles from Caper Hill hill climb, Bank House Farm has secure bike storage, drying rooms and self catering.
Sleeping up to 11 people in two rooms, Bank House Farm is an ideal base for those who wish to challenge themselves on the hill climbs of the North York Moors. Circular routes in the area include, Egton High Moor, Sleights Moor, Rosedale Chimney and Blakey Bank hill climbs.