The Jonas Centre, Redmire, Leyburn. North Yorkshire, DL8 4EW
Call Simon Eastwood on 01969 624900
OverviewAt the heart of Wensleydale in the tranquil beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, The Jonas Centre provides twelve Scandinavian lodges with a communal area in the Granary for groups to gather or dine together. Ideal for escaping to the country, relaxation and sightseeing. There are cycling and walking routes direct from the door and activities can be arranged on or off-site. Close to Redmire station on the Wensleydale Railway and near to Castle Bolton and Aysgarth Falls. Pub meals in Redmire village. The self-catering log cabins each sleep 5-7 people and have a bathroom, TV, night storage heaters and a well equipped kitchen. The Granary meeting facilities and large group kitchen and dining area are available to hire. Linen and towels can be hired and a freezer, coin operated washing machine and dryer are available. Pets welcome (nightly charge). Children's playground, table tennis hut, ball games area, camp fire area and space to relax in the peaceful surroundings. An ideal venue for conferences, training, teaching, fellowship, wedding receptions and family celebrations.
Beds & Rooms:60: 12 lodges each sleeping between 5 and 7 people.
Open:All year. Office open from 9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday.
Price per night:See website for special offers. Discounts for full site use.
Booking:Minimum 2 nights. The person making the booking must be over 18.
Directions:A684 westbound to Wensley, right toward Redmire. Entrance is on left after railway arch. A684 eastbound follow signs to & through Redmire entrance is directly ahead, drive carefully down to reception, or park by top steps and walk.
Public Transport:Train at Darlington & Northallerton (25 miles), local buses
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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The Jonas Centre, an ideal place for your Autumn Staycation
July 2nd 2020
Nestling at the heart of Wensleydale in the tranquil beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, a selection of self contained cabins are available.
As ever the health and safety of our guests is of paramount importance, as is our commitment to ensuring that your cabin is a welcoming home from home for you. We take our responsibility with regard to COVID 19 very seriously. To this end we are following government guidelines so that the well being of our guests and that of others is not compromised. If directives change we will update our procedures and communicate them to you and provide any additional information.
Sanctuary for Yorkshire’s rural homeless during the coronavirus pandemic
June 12th 2020
The Jonas Centre in the Yorkshire Dales, normally the site of family holidays and group get-togethers, has been providing accommodation to homeless people during the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the heart of Wensleydale in the tranquil beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, The Jonas Centre provides twelve Scandinavian lodges with a communal area in the Granary for groups to gather or dine together. In better times these are ideal for escaping to the country and sightseeing, right now they are providing a refuge for homeless people who have been sleeping under bridges, in cars, tents and graveyards.
Dog friendly group accommodation at The Jonas Centre
February 24th 2020
Sometimes a break away from it all is exactly what you need. The Jonas Centre consists of twelve Scandinavian style wooden lodges with a open plan communal space called the granary barn.
On the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Jonas Centre is a set of self catering lodges nestled in natural woodland. A private haven for relaxing with friends and family, that is also dog friendly. Which is ideal with miles and miles of Yorkshire for long ambling wanders through the countryside. There is also a dog run on site to let them zoom about unburdened by such distractions like sheep or a really nice stick. Best of all the nearby Bolton Arms is also fond of dogs.