Thirkleby, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 3AR
01845 501360 or 07799 641815
Thirkleby Hall is a spacious 30 acre park located in the grounds of an old stately home containing a lake full of fish, an ancient wood full of wildlife, and a small club full of friendly people.
Situated on a slight rise with distant views of Sutton Bank and the White Horse, the park makes an ideal base for exploring the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside.
Thirkleby offers a selection of new and used holiday caravans for sale, 2 holiday caravans for hire, 50 pitches for touring and camping, and tourer storage.
The Park Manager lives on site all year, to assist you in the summer and look after your holiday home in the winter. Well behaved dogs are permitted on the park.
Caravans For Sale
We sell good quality new and used static holiday caravans which can be used between 1st March and 3rd January, and the 2021 annual rent costs from £2,820. The following selection of caravans are for sale, and are all currently sited on the park and available for viewing:
* The price shown is the cost of the caravan. For more information on the costs involved in buying a new or used caravan please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Caravans For Hire
For the duration of the 2021 season all ‘weekly’ bookings will run from 3pm Saturday to 3pm Friday, leaving a 1 day gap between bookings to make visits as safe as possible.
04/08/21 Update – We are fully booked at Thirkleby for this season.
We currently have two holiday caravans available for hire at Thirkleby. Prices are shown below. Please call our head office on 01243 514433 to ask about availability and make a booking.
We have a 3 bedroom ABI Wimbledon which sleeps six and a 2 bedroom ABI Oakdale which sleeps four. Prices are the same for both caravans.
|May 01 - May 07||£350|
|May 08 - May 14||£310|
|May 15 - May 21||£310|
|May 22 - May 28||£310|
|May 29 - Jun 04||£400|
|Jun 05 - Jun 11||£340|
|Jun 12 - Jun 18||£360|
|Jun 19 - Jun 25||£380|
|Jun 26 - Jul 02||£410|
|Jul 03 - Jul 09||£420|
|Jul 10 - Jul 16||£430|
|Jul 17 - Jul 23||£430|
|Jul 24 - Jul 30||£430|
|Jul 31 - Aug 06||£430|
|Aug 07 - Aug 13||£430|
|Aug 14 - Aug 20||£430|
|Aug 21 - Aug 27||£430|
|Aug 28 - Sep 03||£410|
|Sep 04 - Sep 10||£270|
|Sep 11 - Sep 17||£270|
|Sep 18 - Sep 24||£270|
|Sep 25 - Oct 01||£235|
|Oct 02 - Oct 08||£225|
|Oct 09 - Oct 15||£215|
|Oct 16 - Oct 22||£215|
|Oct 23 - Oct 29||£240|
For the 2021 season bookings will commence at 3pm on Saturday and end at 3pm on the following Friday. Caravans cannot be booked for shorter periods. VAT is included in all hire prices. A £100 deposit is required for all bookings.
Each caravan is kitted out with crockery, cutlery, kitchen utensils, duvets, pillows, colour television, microwave oven. A full inventory is sent with your Final Booking Receipt. You will need to bring your own linen (sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers) and towels. Coin operated Laundry facilities are available on site. Free wifi is included.
Dogs are permitted with a signed Dog Agreement form.
Please phone Head Office on 01243 514433 to check availability and reserve your caravan. We will then post/email a Booking Form to you, or you can download and complete this Booking Form and post it back to us with a deposit of £100. If you have a dog, please also return a completed Dog Agreement Form.
Touring & Camping
We have 40 grass and 10 hardstanding pitches with electric hookups available for motorhomes, tourers and tents, and we offer nightly, weekly and seasonal pitches, between 1st March and 31st October. Please call Thirkleby on 01845 501360 to enquire about availability and book.
These prices are fully inclusive. We do not charge extra for electricity, awnings, people, dogs, having fun or fishing in the lake.
|Per Night - Mid Season||£30|
|Per Night - Peak Season||£32|
|Per Week - Mid Season||£184|
|Per Week - Peak Season||£194|
|Full Season - Grass||£1,722|
|Full Season - Hard||£1,878|
Peak Season = July, August and Bank Holidays.
Mid Season = 1st March to 31st October excluding Peak times.
Full Season = 1st March to 31st October.
£20 deposit is required for Bank Holiday bookings. Discounts are available for tents not requiring electric hook-ups. Dogs are allowed if properly controlled on a lead at all times. Caravans & motorhomes must be insured.
To book a Seasonal Pitch for this year – call the Thirkleby Park Manager to enquire about availability. If spaces are available, you will be asked to pay pro rata of the rent from now until the end of the season.
To book a Seasonal Pitch for next year – existing seasonal customers are offered the chance to renew their pitch in October. We then offer spare pitches to new customers. You will be asked to pay a £100 deposit to reserve the pitch. The balance is payable at the end of February, prior to the start of the new season. Contact the Thirkleby Park Manager now, to put your name on the waiting list. He will call at the end of October.
Seasonal customers must provide proof of caravan/motorhome insurance.
We offer winter storage for motorhomes and tourers.
|Winter Storage - 1 Nov to 28 Feb||£300.00|
Caravans & motorhomes must be insured. Proof of insurance must be provided for winter storage. Daily storage is available for unoccupied vehicles left on pitch, space permitting.
There is a well stocked Fishing Lake on the park, which is free to use for all our customers.
Thirkleby Hall is located in North Yorkshire between Thirsk and York.
Things To Do
Thirkleby Hall is located in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, between the Dales and the Moors, and there is lots to do in the area.
Towns – Picturesque local places include the market town of Thirsk, the spa town of Harrogate and the walled city of York.
Stately Homes & Gardens – Beningbrough Hall, Sutton Park, Newby Hall & Gardens, Lotherton Estate, Nunnington Hall, Sion Hill Hall, Castle Howard (the setting for Brideshead Revisited), Harlow Carr, Middleham Castle, Ripley Castle, Helmsley Castle, Burnby Hall, Duncombe Park, Gilling, Thorp Perrow Arboretum, Helmsley Walled Garden.
Heritage Sites – Byland Abbey, Rievaulx Abbey, Bolton Abbey, Jervaulx Abbey, Mount Grace Priory, Selby Abbey, Whitby Abbey, Kirkham Priory, Fountains Abbey, Aldborough Roman Site, Richmond Castle.
Museums – The Herriot Centre in Thirsk. York contains the Jorvik Viking Centre, York Castle Museum, York Dungeon, National Railway Museum, and the Yorkshire Museum. There is also the James Cook Museum at Whitby, the Yorkshire Carriage Museum at Aysgarth, and the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington.
Theme Parks & Zoos – Lightwater Valley at Ripon, Flamingoland Zoo at Malton, Alpamere water park and Luna Park funfair at Scarborough. On a smaller scale there is also the Falconry Centre at Thirsk, and Monk Park Farm at Bagby.
Entertainment – Cinemas in Thirsk, Ripon, Harrogate and York. Theatres in Harrogate and York.
Eating & Drinking – There is a small club on the park, and a selection of pubs and restaurants in Thirsk. Famous local eateries include Betty’s tea-rooms in York and Harrogate, and Harry Ramsden’s Fish & Chips at Guisely.
Activities – The park is located between two National Parks, the Yorkshire Dales and the Yorkshire Moors, and there are lots of places to go walking, such as the Sutton Bank which is part of the Cleveland Way Trail, a 109 mile walking route running from Helmsley to Filey. You can play golf at Thirsk and Thistle Hill. Horse riding at Boltby Trekking Centre. Swimming at the Thirsk Leisure Centre. Fishing in the lake on the park. If you are feeling more adventurous, you can go gliding at the Yorkshire Gliding Club.
Beaches – Although the park is located inland, there are nice beaches within 50 miles at Filey and Scarborough.