Bank House Farm Hostel, Bank House Farm, Glaisdale, Whitby YO21 2QA
Call Chris or Emma Padmore on 01947 897297
OverviewA 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 bunk bed, 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. Full refunds up to and including 2 days prior to check-in if you cancel your Bunk Barn booking due to Covid restrictions.
Beds & Rooms:Bunkbarn: 1x10 (8 singles 1 bunk) Camping barn: 8: 2x4
Open:All year. Phone calls 9am-9pm
Price per night:Bunkbarn: W/ends £500 (2 nights), Bank Hols £600 (3 nights). Saturday £400. Midweek from £25pppn. Deals for longer stays. Camping Barn: £12pp. Farmhouse B&B: £40.
Booking:Booking essential. Deposit required, balance 2 weeks before arrival.
Directions:From Glaisdale station go uphill through village and turn left at T junction signed Glaisdale Dale Only. After 1 mile turn left by Witchpost Cottage. Pass New House Farm then turn left over cattle grid and follow farm track 1/3 mile to farmyard.
Public Transport:Glaisdale train station 3 miles. M&D Transport minibus from Castleton to Whitby in Glaisdale village (2.5 miles). Nat. Express coaches at Whitby.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee and is an 'Eco Hostel'. It is on the Visit Britain COVID-19 Risk Assessment Good to Go scheme, the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award page, the IHUK signage page, the ideal for retreats page, the camping barn map, the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike route and the Coast to Coast Walk.
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Bank House Farm Hostel is now protected by Master Cancel
September 30th 2020
Stay in the bunkhouse at Bank House Farm in unspoiled Glaisdale in the North York Moors secure in the knowledge that you can cancel up to and including 2 days before your check in date.
Bank House Farm Hostel is protected by Master Cancel which removes the stress and worry from booking your next holiday. You can cancel up to and including 2 days before the check in date. Master Cancel’s flexible terms & conditions allow you to book with confidence, knowing that if you cancel for unforeseen circumstances, we will refund you in full.
Bank House Farm is officially certified Good to Go and has dates available this Autumn.
July 23rd 2020
Do come and visit this special corner of the North York Moors. Close to Wainwrights Coast to Coast walking route.
Bunkbarns and B&B just 1 mile off Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk
March 5th 2020
Bank House Farm in Glaisdale in the North York Moors National Park has a variety of accommodation for C2C walkers. Pickups, bedding/towels, DIY breakfast and supermarket deliveries all possible.
If only there were more places like Bank House Farm on our nation’s long distance routes. Where flexibility and service are first class. You have 3 choices of accommodation, a comfortable bunkbarn for sole use of groups of up to 11 , a basic camping barn for individuals, couples and smaller groups to share with others and farmhouse B&B. Bedding and towels can be hired, dogs are welcome with prior arrangement, DIY breakfast can be booked and supermarket deliveries are welcome. The C2C is 1 mile away and pickups can be organised. The immediate area has plenty of footpaths and bridleways and other local well known routes include: The Cleveland Way, Esk Valley Walk and St Hilda’s Way.