The farm is set in an idyllic location offering a unique overnight experience on the Duke of Devonshire’s Chatsworth Estate.
Our timber pods are fully equipped with everything you need. Each pod is the same size and specification and sleeps up to 6 people. They each have their own unique woodland scheme.
Everything is provided including bedding, towels and kitchen equipment. All 3 pods have a small fully equipped kitchen comprising a hob, microwave, kettle, toaster and fridge. They have a double bed, 2 single bunk beds and a sofa bed. The integrated shower room has a walk in shower, hand basin and toilet.
The pods provide perfect year round accommodation. They are fully insulated and have central heating for chilly winter nights
The bell tents have been creatively furnished and accessorised. Each has a king size, driftwood bed, duvet, pillows, cushions and throws.
A small sink with fresh drinking water is provided and each tent can sleep up to a family of 4 with futons for the kids.
They are fully equipped with a wood burning stove, bedding, towels, bedside tables with lamps, a chest of drawers, blanket box, crockery, cutlery, glasses, cups and cooking utensils, fairy lights and hot water bottles.
The 2 bell tents have a shared shower toilet pod with a sink for pot washing.
Both the timber pods and bell tents are well equipped for luxury outdoor living. Each has a log-fuelled hot tub, 2 comfy chairs, a large picnic table and a fire pit with built in pizza oven. The hot tub takes around 2-3 hours to heat so we offer a pre-lighting service for £15, which guarantees that your hot tub is just at the right temperature for your arrival.
The farm is a natural playground for kids, they will love exploring the surrounding woodland, playing games and making friends.
Our morning coffee shop sells barista made coffee and freshly baked croissants and our small onsite shop is perfect for basic essentials. We also offer meat packs, breakfast packs and celebration packs.
One of the many benefits of staying here at Catgill is that we are close to so many local attractions so there is no need to use your car during your stay. Hesketh Farm Park is a 2 minute walk and the famous Bolton Abbey is a 10 minute walk away.
The village itself is home to the famous priory which dates back to the 12th Century, here you will also find the river Wharfe and stepping-stones. Within a short distance from the farm there is Billy bobs diner and Yorkshire Dales ice cream factory, the Embsay-Bolton Abbey steam railway, Skipton Castle and the famous Ilkley moor with the unique Cow and calf rocks. In addition to the many surrounding picturesque towns and villages such as Burnsall and Grassington, the area boasts many good restaurants and coffee shops, a variety of shopping opportunities and many local seasonal events.