Cote Ghyll Mill, Osmotherley, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 3AH

Call Reception on 01609 883425

Overview

Situated in a beautiful and secluded valley in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this converted linen mill is perfect for those wishing to explore the Yorkshire moors, dales & coast. The Mill is bookable as a whole, by room or by bed. All bedrooms are fully refurbished and are en suite. Great for educational groups, families, outdoor clubs and friends gatherings in a wonderful venue. Group activities available onsite. Fully catered or self-cater. Other facilities include licensed bar and lounge, TV/games room, pool table, free WiFi, large garden, bike store, meeting rooms, laundry & drying room. Additional self-catering annex, sleeps10. The stream and woodlands in the Mill grounds provide exploration areas or organised activities for children and groups. The Mill is adjacent to Cod Beck reservoir, Cleveland Way, Coast to Coast and at the start of Lyke Wake Walk. Popular mountain biking/cycling location. Osmotherley village has pubs, a tea room and shops.

This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.

Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    71: Mill 61: 4x2, 6x4, 4x6 + 5 rollout beds. Annex: 10
  • Open:

    All year. 7am - 9pm
  • Price per night:

    Adults from £26. U18's from £20.80. Family rooms from £50. Enquire for groups & sole use.
  • Booking:

    Advanced booking recommended, especially for groups.
  • Directions:

    From A19 or Northallerton A684 towards Osmotherley or Teeside into Osmotherley. At the T junction/village cross turn left. Cote Ghyll Mill is ¼ mile out of the village on the right, just after the Caravan and Camping Park.
  • Public Transport:

    Train to Northallerton, from the station the 80 or 89 bus (for Stokesley) stops in the centre of Osmotherley. The hostel is a 10 min walk (1/4mile).
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks

This accommodation is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the map of accommodation for school groups, the present or past youth hostel page, the Coast to Coast Walk and the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike route.

Facilities

bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
dBedding provided
gFully heated
mMeals available (with notice)
nBreakfast available (with notice)
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
'Bike/equipment store (lockable)
iDrying room
jShowers
lShop
pClothes washing facilities
sComputer with internet
[WiFi
tWithin 1 mile of NCN
4VisitEngland Quality Assured
yYHA Affiliated

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Latest Blog about Cote Ghyll Mill

Osmotherley Winter Escape

March 9th 2016

Osmotherley is a pretty Yorkshire village surrounded by the high Yorkshire moors. With the Cleveland Way, The Coast to Coast and the Lyke Wake Walk passing close by, with Cod Beck Reservoir and Mount Grace Priory for more gentle days out, it is an ideal destination for a walking holiday or a family weekend escape.

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News & Offers from Cote Ghyll Mill

We are taking bookings for groups, families and individuals for stays from 17th July.

June 19th 2020

Cote Ghyll Mill has had a face-lift during lock-down, we’ve been decorating, painting, cleaning, sanitising, buying new furniture and doing lots of gardening! It looks amazing, come and see for yourself.

To find out more give us a call on 01609 883425 or email.

Find other accommodation re-opening here.

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Adapting to change

April 2nd 2020

In just a few weeks, the coronavirus outbreak has changed the way thousands of people and businesses operate in an unprecedented manner.

As we all work hard to navigate the new normal, we reflect on what a difference the last few weeks has made. This video was from when the BBC visited us just last year, the Park was busy, people enjoying themselves and their surroundings, although we should add that this it was BBC Breakfast, visiting at 7am, and some people were still asleep in their tents! Today however, it’s very different. The Park is peacefully quiet, the only sounds are the birds singing and the pheasants crowing. In one way it is amazing to see, nature at its finest, in another way it is sad to see, nobody able to enjoy what we have around us.

The COVID-19 outbreak has delivered an indiscriminate blow to the whole world, everything from small restaurants to multinational corporations have been forced to change how they do work amid a series of shutdown orders to help stem the tide of the virus. As with all businesses, we have also implemented many changes, from contactless check-in to flexible bookings. We understand that the world is not the same as it was in December.

We have tried to use the downtime to the benefit of our customers in time for re-opening, we have worked hard on finishing off the new reception and shop, decorating, moving furniture and stock, and creating a brand new environment for our hardworking reception staff. The whole family have been working on the Park, cutting grass, watering flowers, dusting, polishing and keeping a close eye on caravans and motorhomes for customers. We have created a new ‘river walk’ along Cod Beck stream, and put out a nature trail for children of all ages! There has been lots of hard work around the Mill, and we are proud of our teams now more than ever.
Until we know when we can re-open, we will continue to share photos on social media, and we will be doing our very best to make sure that we are ready for the day when we can open the gates and welcome guests once again.
In the meantime, we are here for you, so if you have any questions or want us to check anything in your caravan or motorhome, please let us know and we will do our best.
We really do hope that we see you all back at Cote Ghyll really soon.

Helen & Jon

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A winter of work at Cote Ghyll

February 8th 2020

We are taking a look back over the last few weeks and all that we have achieved during the closed season.

Without doubt our biggest development has been the building works for the new reception and shop. Work is well underway building a spacious, welcoming reception area, with a larger shop and offices, also including storage to the rear. The new building is due to be ready for April 2020, so in the meantime we’ll be based in the temporary reception adjacent to the shower block.

Within Cote Ghyll Cottage we have installed complete new kitchen units, a new integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, new electric hob & oven, and a new tiled wood effect floor. Best of all, we have an amazing wood fired hot tub with extra seating arriving in March 2020. The Cottage is now listed on booking.com and is available to book directly on our website as well, why not take a look.

The award for the dirtiest work of the winter goes to the upgrade to the sewage system. This has involved installation of a new sewage system for the Mill, which is a small pumping station to link into the mains system.

Talking of the Mill, over the winter months the staff there have been re-decorating throughout, including bedrooms, and all social spaces – it feels like the Forth Road bridge, a never ending project! We have ordered new furniture, which includes armchairs, sofas and coffee tables for the lounge, TV room and annex lounge area. Its fair to say that the Mill lounge is also having a face-lift, but what colours will we choose? Watch this space! We have also been refurbishing the staff accommodation at the Mill, so we will be able to have more staff on site to look after our guests.

Outside, we have replaced 2 of our holiday caravans with new models. All models now have a double en-suite bedroom, twin bedded room and pullout bed in the lounge, and are fitted with a timber balcony to the side. Two of the holiday caravans are pet friendly and 2 are pet free.

Bracken Ghyll phase 2 is now complete, with an extra 6 static caravan pitches overlooking the stunning Cod Beck stream. Sited and now for sale on these new pitches are the Willerby Vacation and Swift Bordeaux pre-loved static caravans. Wraparound balconies are being built to give you seating overlooking the stream. The Bracken Ghyll development is now complete with a total of 18 large south facing pitches, spread over three different levels.

Some of the static caravans have been moved around and re-sited ready for sale. Pre-loved statics are the Swift Bordeaux, and Willerby Vacation. A new static, now on a prime, south facing plot is the Carnaby Rosedale. Due to arrive in February is the large ABI Ambleside Premier. Details of all of these can be found on our website.

Finally… all hardstanding touring pitches have been refurbished, re-edged, and levelled, lots of extra drains have been installed and many of the trees have been trimmed back.

It really has been non-stop this winter, but we know that it will all be worthwhile, and we can’t wait for the start of the season so we can showcase our amazing facilities to all of our fantastic guests!

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