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. This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds: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
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available only to groups, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the map of accommodation for school groups and the IHUK signage page.
Aysgarth Falls are the triple-flight waterfalls of High Force, Middle Force and Lower Force on the River Ure.
December 5th 2018
Used in the filming of “Robin Hood Prince of Thieves” the Aysgarth Falls are only 2 miles from woodland cabin accommodation at the Jonas Centre
The Aysgarth Falls stretch over a one-mile length of the River Ure. The falls have grabbed the attention of many cultural icons for more than 200 years, including Wordsworth and Turner, so it is no surprise that they also star in a Hollywood film. Ifootpath provide a walking route for a 2.5 mile circular walk from the village of Aysgarth in Wensleydale. The walk takes in a woodland nature reserve and rolling farmland, with lovely views of Bolton Castle as well as the most spectacular Aysgarth Falls.
The Jonas Centre has warm and cosy self catering cabins available for stays of two nights or more. Each cabin sleeps 5 comfortably in 2 bedrooms and is fully equipped for self catering. Dogs Welcome.
Richmond Walking and Book Festival, 22nd-30th Sept
August 30th 2018
Join this unique festival with nine days of book events and guided walks in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.
Combine day time walks led by knowledgeable guides, with evening talks from popular and emerging authors. Creating your own programme by doing as little or as much of either. The Festival is centred in the lively and picturesque market town of Richmond, ten miles from The Jonas Centre. The centre provides Scandinavian lodges sleeping 5 to 7 people and dogs are welcome to.
The walks programme features walks of varying lengths in some of the most stunning scenery England has to offer in the Yorkshire Dales and less well visited areas around Richmond. There are also shorter town based walks of local interest and a programme of health walks. With at least 3 walks per day to choose from you will be spoilt for choice.
The full programme of walks is available here “Programme at a glance“
The Jonas Centre
May 2nd 2018
The Jonas Centre proves to be an ideal location for schools and groups alike, below is a review from a teacher.
“The Jonas Centre provides an inspiring base for a residential stay with a class of any age. Set in beautiful countryside, there are opportunities for designing a wealth of adventurous activities in a safe and peaceful environment. Comfortable cabins, friendly and accommodating staff and excellent kitchen and common room facilities make this an easy and unforgettable experience, for teachers and children alike. We took a mixed Y3/4 class for a three day visit, which included sports, hiking and map-reading, orienteering, campfires and cooking! We had great fun planning our activities and our menus as a class and greatly enjoyed the freedom and flexibility to design our own outdoor curriculum to suit our own needs. Well worth a visit!”
Catherine Monaghan Y3/Y4 Teacher West Burton School, North Yorkshire