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Howgill Lodge Caravan And Camping Park in North Yorkshire

Located in Wharfedale, the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Howgill Lodge is the ideal place for a holiday to remember.

Owned and managed by the Foster family for many years, it offers self catering accommodation in luxury holiday homes, bed and breakfast accommodation in a converted 17th Century barn and a touring caravan and camping site. The Foster family prides itself on offering the same high quality whichever accommodation you choose.

Howgill Lodge is close to Bolton Abbey, Burnsall, Grassington, Pateley Bridge and Skipton and only a short journey from York, Harrogate, Leeds, Bradford and Halifax.

There is plenty of wonderful scenery, country houses, castles and market towns to visit and enjoy.

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On arrival myself and partner were welcomed by the ownwers. Straight away we were shown to the allocated plot. This was raised and had about 8 steps up to it, and we had been previously told about this so it was no surprise. And those 8 steps made a tremendous difference to the view which was spectacular. At the foot of the steps there was a shower unit with two sinks and a male and female toilet. These were nice and clean and the shower was hot. Adjoined to the side of this hut there was a covered washing pot area which again has nice hot water. Near the office there are similar amenities but also a washing machine and dryer. There is also a stand up fridge and a freezer for you to store food if you so require. This is free and open to evryone. There is a small shop which is reasonably priced with fresh farm eggs. we had a great bank holiday weekend in a great camp site
Dave Adams (28th Aug 2012)