Dog-Friendly Pod Rental on a Glamping Site in East Yorkshire, England
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- Pets allowed
In the living/dining area, guests will find a wooden table with four stools. In the corner of the room, there is a log-burning stove, accentuating the pod's rustic, cozy charm. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens, quilts, pillows, and towels are provided. Outside, guests will find a deck with a picnic table, a rocking chair, and a fire pit for barbecuing and relaxing around.
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Double bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Kitchen
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
- Breakfast additional charge
- Lunch additional charge
Location + Surroundings
Nearby attractions include the Minister Way, which is a 50-mile-long walking route that passes through the East Yorkshire countryside and the chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds. Along the way, it connects with other routes, such as the Beverly Twenty, Aerosapce Way, Chalkland Way, East Riding Heritage Way, and the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail.
National Cycle Route One passes right by the site—an astounding, 1,695-mile-long, fully signed cycling route that extends from Dover all the way to the Shetland Islands. To the north, guests will find North York Moors National Park, which encompasses 554 square miles full of heather moorland, deep dales, woodlands, and river valleys, along with the ruins of medieval abbeys, monasteries, and castles.
In the small villages and towns around the area, guests will find a variety of restaurants and pubs, such as such as the Wellington Inn in Lund, Pipe & Glass in North Dalton, the Robin Hood in Middleton on the Wolds, and the Goodmanham Arms in Goodmanham. The coastal town of Bridlington is about half an hour to the northeast, where they will find beaches and seafood to enjoy. The city of York is about 50 minutes to the west. Here, guests will find numerous restaurants, shops, and attractions, such as the York Minster cathedral, York Castle, and the National Railway Museum. The site is about an hour and 15 minutes from Leeds, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Wildlife watching
Guests can go walking on the 50-mile-long Minister Way walking route, which connects to a number of other walking routes and passes through the East Yorkshire countryside and the chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds. They can go cycling on National Cycle Route One, which passes right by the site. At North York Moors National Park, they will find many paths for hiking, biking, running, and horseback riding paths.
The park abounds with additional opportunities for outdoor recreation, both on land and water. On land, guests can go rock climbing, gliding, golfing, geocaching, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing. On water, they can go canoeing, sea kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, surfing, fishing, and swimming. They can also visit the ruins of monasteries and castles, which are strewn throughout different parts of the park.
Check-in: 2:30 p.m. early check-in allowed additional charge
Check-out: 11:00 a.m. late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is allowed outside.