Unique Nature Pod in the English Countryside close to Yorkshire Dales National Park
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Outside there is a wooden deck perfect for cooking up a tasty meal in sublime surroundings. Glampers must bring duvets, bath towels, pillows, a barbecue or cooking stove, and kitchen utensils.
There is a centrally heated toilet block with hot showers and laundry facilities. In the reception area, glampers can get Wi-Fi access, eat at the restaurant, drink at the bar, and enjoy live music on Saturday nights. There is an indoor games room and an outdoor play area with swings, slides, and climbing equipment for children. There is also an onsite shop selling miscellaneous goods.
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- Queen-size bed
- Dining table
- Washing machine
- Tea kettle
- BR/DVD player
Location + Surroundings
Other nearby attractions include Malham Cove, a natural limestone cliff overlooking the ocean. Bronte Parsonage, the home of the famous sisters of British literature is nearby, and also Top Withens, an old farmhouse that is rumored to be the inspiration for Wuthering Heights. Although the house itself does not resemble the literary mansion, the surrounding moorlands may have found their way into the book.
Also nearby is the National Media Museum in Bradford. It is home to millions of historical items, such as the UK’s first IMAX cinema and a working BBC studio, as well as eight floors of galleries and exhibits. The St. Ives Estate is a 550-acre country park, listed on the English Heritage National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Interest. The Keighley and Worth Valley railway takes glampers back to the age of steam, as it was built in 1867 and ran until 1962 until it was reopened in 1968 by a preservation society.
Also in Bradford, there are many historical landmarks and medieval buildings for glampers to discover. Its oldest building is an elegant cathedral, and close in age is Bolling Hall, which is now a museum. There are also several Victorian-era buildings, such as the City Hall, the former Wool Exchange, and a large cemetery at Undercliffe.
Another local natural point of interest is the Cow and Calf, which are giant rock formations consisting of an outcrop and a boulder with panoramic views of Wharfe Valley. This is often used as a starting point for walking across the moors.
- Feeding animals
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
From the doorstep are numerous moorland paths to walk on. For more nature walks, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is easily accessible. Within the national park, there are many attractions, such as Bolton Abbey Estate with 30,000 acres of breathtaking countryside to discover. There is also Bolton Castle which provides a huge range of things to do, such as educational and historic tours that bring the castle alive. The Forbidden Corner is a labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies, and surprises within a four-acre garden for endless amusement. Glampers can also walk along the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, with dazzling gorges of the River Twiss and Doe to be explored on stunning walkways with awe-inspiring views.
Bradford has a recent but extensive history in television and film and is home to the National Media Museum. In town, there are also many historical buildings for glampers to gaze at and educate themselves on. There are many other sites in and around the Brontë village with historical significance, including the home of the Brontë sisters, local buildings, and moors that inspired their writings.
Glampers can discover rock formations such as Malham Cove and the Cow and Calf to view the amazing natural landscape that England has to offer.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old