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    Camping

    As well as our permanent holiday homes, we also welcome campers at Long Ashes, with a range of excellent on-site facilities to make your stay more enjoyable

    You couldn’t be better placed for exploring everything that the Yorkshire Dales has to offer, including wonderful walks, quaint villages and breath-taking views. Plus, all visitors can enjoy our luxury spa and leisure club, as well as our coffee lounge and our very own traditional inn with great food, real ales served with a warm welcome.

    Long Ashes Act 8177

    2021 Season

    Enjoy a camping pitch at Long Ashes between 9th July to 3rd September 2021

    BOOK A PITCH

    2021 Camping Tariff

    Our on-site facilities include a pub, laundry, play park, leisure club, coffee lounge and spa.

    If you wish to dine with us during your stay, we ask that you kindly reserve a table in advance on 01756 752434.

    WiFi is available for a small charge to customers of our Leisure Club.

    • All pitches are grass with ample space for parking.
    • Please be aware we do not have hard standing pitches or electric hook-ups.
    • Washrooms comprise of family bathrooms, each with a large shower, toilet and wash basin.
    • Please be aware we do not accept tourers or motorhomes.
    • Children under the age of 3 are free
    • Fire precautions: BBQ's are allowed, please raise them off the grass so as not to scorch the ground. No open fires or fire pits.
    • As we are in a rural area, please keep noise to a minimum after 10pm.
    • Reception and the leisure club are open daily from 7am to 7pm.
    • Check in is available between 2pm and 7pm. Please check out by 12pm.
    Leisure Centre passes are available providing full use of the facilities:

    Around &
    About

    Nestled in the Wharfedale Valley, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Long Ashes is the ideal base for exploring this beautiful corner of England, with 841 square miles of National Park right on your doorstep

    Wind your way through the hills and valleys and you’ll discover charming stone villages, spectacular caves, thundering waterfalls as well as a huge range of walks, from a gentle stroll to a challenging long distance footpath. There’s lots to do too, from nostalgic steam trains to glorious gardens, fine food and drink to a huge range of special events all year round.

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