Cote Ghyll Mill, Osmotherley, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 3AH
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. Close to walking, cycling and mountain biking routes, orienteering at Cod Beck Reservoir, pony trekking, fishing and golf. Osmotherley village has pubs, a tea room and shops. The stream and woodlands in the mill grounds provide exploration for children and adults. The Mill is bookable as a whole, by room (some en suite) or by bed. Great for educational groups, families, outdoor clubs and friends gatherings in a comfortable, great value venue. Fully catered or self-cater in the well equipped kitchen. Other facilities include licensed bar and lounge, TV/games room, pool table, free WiFi, large garden, bike store, meeting rooms,laundry & drying room. Bedrooms and showers newly refurbished. New self-catering annex, sleeps10.This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
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78: Mill 68: 1×2,5×4,7×6 +4 rollout beds, Annex:10.
All year, 7am -10am, 5pm-9pm.
Adults from £20.00. Under18’s from £13. Family rooms from £33. For group and sole occupancy please contact the Mill.
Advanced booking recommended – especially for groups
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
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).
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Cote Ghyl Mill (also known as Osmotherley Youth Hostel) in the North York Moors National Park.
Cote Ghyl Mill was awarded 4 stars by the Visit England Hostel accreditation scheme in a recent inspection. The independently owned and managed hostel on the North York Moors is affiliated to the YHA under the name Osmotherley Youth Hostel. Since its purchase the local owners, who also run the award winning Cote Ghyl Campsite, have conducted a complete refurbishment of the Mill which was completed in 2016 with newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms.
Leave the Coast to Coast trail at Mount Gracie Wood, two miles west of Ingleby Arncliff, to take a three quarter of a mile diversion to heaven.
Cote Ghyll Mill is an excellent location to have a day off on your Independent Hostels itinerary of Wainwright’s Coast to Coast walk. Sandwiched between two days of nearly 30 miles this is a great place to take a rest. Cote Ghyll Mill hostel has comfortable rooms and a cafe providing breakfasts and evening meals. It is a pleasant stroll from the pretty tourist village of Osmotherly with pubs and cafes to refresh. A lovely stroll in the other directions takes you to Cod Beck Reservoir to watch the water birds and stretch your limbs.
Take on this cyclist’s challenge.
Now the crowds have departed from last weekend’s festivities, Why not come to Cote Ghyll Mill in the holidays and cycle part of the Tour de Yorkshire route around the beautiful North York Moors. The route has something for everyone!