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Yorkshire Dales Glamping

Yorkshire Dales Glamping

Escape to the gorgeous, unspoilt landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales with a break at this Yorkshire Dales Glamping park, which is ideally located in a quiet rural valley where the hustle and bustle of everyday life is replaced with the peace and quiet of the countryside. Explore the Dales at your leisure with the knowledge that you’ll be returning to the comfort of a 5-star resort at the end of a busy day.

We offer some amazing glamping pods which offer plenty of home comforts without losing that special feeling that comes from immersing yourself in countryside surroundings. A half-hour walk from the holiday park you’ll find the attractive village of Arncliffe, the original filming location for Emmerdale, and you can also drive 30 minutes to the market town of Skipton, perfect whether you’re just picking up supplies, visiting the market, or exploring the heritage of this pretty town.

Secluded Location

Yorkshire Dales Glamping boasts an enviable location nestled in the peaceful valley after which it’s named. Experience true tranquillity in this naturally beautiful location, the perfect antidote to the stress of everyday life.

Walking and Cycling

Those who like to stay active on holiday will find Yorkshire Dales Glamping the perfect location, with amazing walking and cycling trails crisscrossing the area, offering gorgeous views and some fantastic places to stop off along the way.

Pet Friendly

The family dog shouldn’t have to miss out on the endless unspoilt landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales, which is why Yorkshire Dales Glamping is a pet-friendly site. Book a pet-friendly pod and bring along your four-legged friend.

Food and Drink

For those daily essentials, there’s a small on-site store for your convenience. Head further afield to discover the countless traditional pubs that dot the area, serving up refreshing drinks and delicious homemade meals.

Kids' Play Areas

There’s plenty of space for children to let off steam without even leaving the resort. Let them loose on the exciting on-site adventure playground. Or they can head off for a kickabout on the park's full-sized football pitch.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try


It’s less than a half-hour drive to the award-winning market town of Skipton, where you can visit the market, marvel at the imposing medieval fortress that is Skipton Castle, take a stroll through the ancient woodland habitat of Skipton Castle Woods, and much more – it’s a great place for a day trip.

Bolton Abbey

The gorgeous grounds of Bolton Abbey truly have to be seen to be believed, offering 30,000 acres to explore along 80 miles of footpaths. Explore the ruins of the 12th century priory church, stroll along the bank of the beautiful River Wharfe, and simply lose yourself in the stunning, mystical landscape.

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway

There’s nothing that stokes the nostalgia quite like a trip on a traditional steam train, and this scenic route running from the historic Embsay Station to Bolton Abbey Station is just the ticket, with the glorious landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales making this the perfect setting for a relaxing ride.

Hesketh Farm Park

A brilliant place for a family day out, Hesketh Farm Park is a working farm with over a thousand cattle, sheep and pigs, set within 10 acres of grounds and open to the public. Especially appropriate for younger children, they can meet and feed the animals, enjoy the play areas, and plenty more besides.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

The nearby village of Arncliffe is home to the Falcon Inn, a traditional pub which serves up delicious meals and a range of refreshing drinks, sitting prettily alongside a village green to offer a truly classic experience. It’s also the original setting for the Woolpack pub in ITV soap opera Emmerdale.

For Attractions

The village of Malham is definitely worth the journey, being a traditional Yorkshire village that’s also close to some truly stunning scenery. From here you can take a trek to visit the limestone cliff of Malham Cove, the striking gorge known as Gordale Scar, and the enchanting waterfall of Janet’s Foss.

For Activities

If you’re a keen walker, Yorkshire Dales Glamping is the place for you, with endless hiking and cycling routes winding their way through the unspoilt countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. Ascend the Pen-y-Ghent fell, wander through Gisburn Forest, or simply start walking and see where you end up in this beautiful place.