Howgill provides an exceptional camping and glamping experience, with a beautiful, rural setting that provides a relaxing ambience for the entire family. Large luxury timber lodges with breathtaking views of the Wharfe Valley and all you need for a calm and delightful holiday. With lodges sleeping up to 6 people, with huge open plan kitchen and living areas, so there's plenty of room for a fun-filled family getaway. Outside, you'll find comfortable laid-back seating, a hot tub, a dining set, and a fire pit with built in pizza oven on the raised timber deck. Sit back and relax while viewing the sunset over the beautiful Yorkshire hills from the warmth of an open fire.
What makes a stay at Howgill Lodge - Camping and Luxury Glamping unique?
Howgill Lodge is the ideal place for a break in the Yorkshire Dales, since it is totally remote yet close to a variety of activities. Howgill has it all, whether you want an action-packed family holiday or a tranquil back-to-nature getaway with your loved ones. Howgill Lodge in one of the most beautiful regions of the Yorkshire Dales, offers a rare opportunity to stay on the Duke of Devonshire's Chatsworth Estate with magnificent views, 5* facilities, and a superb reputation.
What is there to see and do at Howgill Lodge - Camping and Luxury Glamping?
Take a dip in your authentic log fuelled hot tub, whilst gazing out at the beautiful unspoilt countryside. Light up your cast iron fire pit at the end of the day and sit around in the warm glow toasting marshmallows or popping corn while reminiscing on the day's experiences and making plans for the day ahead. There is very minimal light pollution here, so relax and take in the splendour of the night sky like you've never seen it before. Many popular bicycle routes pass through Howgill, including parts of the tough Tour de France and Tour de Yorkshire courses. A walkers paradise with walks suitable for all ages and abilities from the challenging hills up to Simon's Seat and back through the Valley of Desolation with its stunning waterfalls to a gentle stroll along the riverbank to the pub. A little family of alpacas may be found grazing in the paddocks surrounding the campsite, and here is your chance to get up close and personal with these curious and lovely animals. Howgill lodge is only 10 minutes from Bolton Abbey where you will find the ancient priory, stepping stones, beach area and plenty of places to stop off for tea and cake or a lunchtime snack. One of the best things about Howgill Lodge is that it is located next door to the Brownie Barn. It's the ideal spot for an afternoon or lunchtime treat, with outdoor dining, delicious brownies, and scrumptious milkshakes.