The Hideaway at Baxby ManorEngland
Experience the North Yorkshire landscape and take time out to get close to nature at The Hideaway at Baxby Manor. Snuggle up in cosy dog-friendly hobbit houses with log burning stoves to keep you warm at night, go rustic in the eco pods or make your own nest in the campsites. A communal cabin with shower facilities, fridge/freezer and a small shop to purchase any essentials you may need can all be found just a short stroll away. Liza Jane's Vintage Kitchen Caravan pulls up during weekends and school holidays from May to September offering freshly made barrister coffee and pastries. Venture a little further afield and you’ll also find a large games area with exercise park, children's play equipment and tennis court just 5 minute walk from the campsite.
If you’re looking for complete seclusion and privacy the brand new Rufus Roost Treehouse not only offers a private kitchen and bathroom but also boasts a private log-fired hot tub looking out through the trees to the Yorkshire Moors as well as its very own movie and games den accessed via a slide!
Based on a 712 year old Medieval Manor and Farmland, surrounded by trees, wildflower fields and hedgerows teeming with wildlife, Baxby Manor has stunning views across to the North Yorkshire Moors. With hiking trails, cycle routes and even adrenaline fuelled activities like Microlighting to enjoy directly from your door and located only 17 miles from the City of York there’s plenty to keep the whole family occupied during your stay.
Passionate about the environment and dedicated to keeping the manor wildlife friendly, there’s plenty of eco-friendly unique, fun accommodation options at Baxby Manor perfect for families, small groups, romantic trips away and even weddings!
- Dogs Welcome (additional cost may apply)
- Internet Access Included
- Private Parking
- Self Catering
- On Site Shop
- Family Friendly
- Tennis Court Onsite
- Close to nature
Rufus’ Roost Treehouse
Perfect for families or groups of friends, accommodating a maximum of 6 people, Rufus’s Roost sits raised on the hillside surrou... read more
Perfect for small groups or families these quirky hobbit houses sleep up to 4 people and one well behaved dog. Each hobbiton house has... read more
|1-4||£47.50 - £95.00
Perfect for families looking to get away from the distractions of modern life these small ecopods have their own outdoor firepit where... read more
|1-4||£25.00 - £50.00
Perfect for couples looking to get away from the distractions of modern life these small ecopods have their own outdoor firepit where ... read more
|1-2||£25.00 - £50.00
Perfect for those who want the freedom to create their own little nest amongst the trees these camping pitches can accommodate tents o... read more
|1||£11.00 - £22.00
About The Area
Yorkshire, a land of rolling hills, heather and moorland, dramatic sea cliffs and hidden beach coves, historical cities and mythical folklore. The county is home to two of the UKs most famous national parks, The Yorkshire Dales and The Yorkshire Moors - both offering excellent walking, hiking and cycling routes, stunning scenery and historical abbeys.
The city of York is famed for its cobbled streets, chocolatiers and a rich history dating back to Roman and Viking times. With over 30 visitor attractions in the city there’s plenty to see and do, from visiting the stunning York Minster with it’s jaw-dropping stained glass windows, discovering Viking heritage at the JORVIK centre to exploring the city’s spooky past with one of the many Ghost Tours on offer.
Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Yorkshire Moors The Hideaway sits on a 712 year old medieval manor, surrounded by woodland and wildflower meadows and although it’s only 17 miles from the City of York you’d be forgiven for feeling like you’re in the middle of nowhere. With walks and cycle paths to enjoy right from your doorstep, nearby pubs and restaurants as well as lots of adventurous activities to discover during your stay we’re sure you’ll have plenty to keep you busy but if you’re looking to explore the wider area here’s a few suggestions to get you started:
Go extreme and see Yorkshire from the air with Baxby Microlight flights and lessons based right here on the farm
Eat like a king at the nearby Black Swan at Oldstead, voted the “Best Restaurant in the World” by Tripadvisor or the Michelin Star restaurant, The Star at Harome
Spend a day in York and discover the city’s heritage, chocolate and top it off with a spooky Ghost Tour
Discover the beautiful countryside on horseback or take an Alpaca for a walk in Hambleton Hills. This is a great way to enjoy the area for those with young children
Activities and Nearby Adventures
- Mountain Biking
- Microlighting & Flying Lessons
- Visitor Attractions Nearby
- Bird Watching
- Museums & Art Galleries
Meet the hosts
The Hideaway is run by Barney and his two young sons, Felix and Rufus, on a 712 year old medieval manor and farmland which has been passed down through the generations. Passionate about preserving the environment and nature, Barney takes every effort to run the farmland and campsite to be considerate to wildlife and with minimum impact on the environment.
How To Get There
Drive: Do not follow SatNav as this will not give you the correct directions. Full directions will be provided together with booking confirmation.
From the North: A1/A19 to Thirsk, follow signs to York. Continue South on A19 IGNORING first turn-off at large crossroads signed CARLTON, HUSTHWAITE AND COXWOLD and carrying on through village of Thormanby (on a hill), turning 2 miles on left signed Husthwaite, Coxwold, and 12th century church. Entrance to Baxby Manor is 2 miles on left opposite a cemetery and immediately before the village sign of Husthwaite. Entrance has a small triangle with a wooden sign and a small Oak tree in the middle. Follow small brown tent signs to arrive at The Hideaway!
From the South: Follow A19 North from York approx 15 miles, past Easingwold, turning is on right 1 mile past second Easingwold by-pass roundabout, signed Husthwaite, Coxwold, and 12th century church. Entrance to Baxby Manor is 2 miles on left opposite a cemetery and immediately before the village sign of Husthwaite. Entrance has a triangle with a wooden sign and a small Oak tree! Follow small brown tent signs to arrive at The Hideaway!
Public Transport: Baxby Manor is located just outside the village of Husthwaite. The nearest train station is Thirsk located approximately 10 miles away, or a little further is York. From here there are few bus services to Husthwaite, or head to Easingwold, 4 miles away which offers slightly more bus services. From there you can arrange for a taxi to take you the rest of the way. For information on bus services to and from Husthwaite click here
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