Station Road, Tollerton, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 1RD
01347 838313 or 07836 776704
Tollerton is a small and friendly caravan site situated in open countryside on the edge of Tollerton village, ten miles from York.
The park offers holiday caravans for sale, caravans for hire, touring and camping, and winter storage. We have a small fishing lake, a large recreation field, a children’s playground, a laundry and the newly renovated Station Inn pub is located by the park entrance.
Caravans For Sale
We sell new and secondhand static holiday caravans, which can be used for holidays between 1st March and 3rd January. The 2021 park rent costs from £2,328 per year. The following caravans are 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
We currently have 11 holiday caravans for hire. Please call Hoseasons on 0345 498 6589 to enquire about availability or make a booking.
We have 11 caravans for hire at Tollerton, in five categories:
Tollerton Silver – Three bedrooms (sleeps 6) – Caravan with one double and two twin beds. Shower. Central Heating.
Tollerton WCF – Two bedrooms (sleeps 3) – Wheel Chair Friendly caravan with one double and a single bed. Shower.
Tollerton 2 – One bedroom (sleeps 2) – Double four-poster bed and en-suite bath. Panel Heating, Verandah.
Tollerton 4 – Two bedrooms (sleeps 4) – Holiday home with one double and one twin bed. Central Heating, Dishwasher, Verandah.
Tollerton Gold – Three bedrooms (sleeps 6) – Caravan with one double and two twin beds. Centre Lounge. Shower. Central Heating. Patio area.
Each caravan is double glazed throughout, and contains a freeview TV, DVD player, and a microwave. Gas and electricity for heating and cooking is included in the price. Bed linen and duvets are included with beds made up for your arrival.
A complimentary bottle of sparkling wine, flowers and chocolates are provided on bookings of 1 week or more in Tollerton 2 & 4.
Dogs are permitted in Tollerton Silver caravan only (maximum 1 dog). Please bring dog bedding and there is a £50 returnable deposit paid on arrival. Please complete a Dog Agreement form to take with you to the park.
Our Tollerton hire caravan bookings are managed by Hoseasons.
Please call Hoseasons on 0345 498 6589 to enquire about availability and make a booking.
Touring & Camping
Tollerton offers 25 grass and 25 hardstanding pitches, some with electric hookups, for motorhomes, tourers and tents from 1st March to 31st October. Please call Tollerton on 01347 838313 to book.
Touring and camping is available between March and October. 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||£27.50|
|Per Night - Peak Season||£28.50|
|Per Week - Mid Season||£174|
|Per Week - Peak Season||£184|
|Full Season - Grass||£1,638|
|Full Season - Hard||£1,752|
Peak Season = July, August and Bank Holidays.
Mid Season = 1st March to 31st October excluding Peak times.
Full Season = 1st March to 31st October.
£20.00 deposit is required for Bank Holiday bookings. VAT is included in all prices. Discounts are available for tents nor requiring electric hook-ups. Dogs are allowed if properly controlled on a lead at all times. There is a well presented shower block and laundrette.
Seasonal pitches are payable in full in advance. However monthly payments can be arranged. Please discuss with the Park Manager.
Seasonal tourers and motorhomes must be insured. Proof of insurance must be provided when leaving vans for seasonal use.
We offer winter storage for motorhomes and tourers.
|Winter Storage - 1st Nov to 28 Feb||£250|
Tourers and motorhomes must be insured. Proof of insurance must be provided when leaving vans for winter storage.
Tollerton is located 10 miles north of York city in North Yorkshire.
Things To Do
Tollerton caravan park is located in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside between the Dales and the Moors, and there is lots to do in the area. Highlights include the historic city of York and Castle Howard.
Towns – Picturesque local towns include the market town of Easingwold, 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), Middleham Castle, Helmsley Castle, Harlow Carr, Ripley 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 – York contains the Jorvik Viking Centre, York Castle Museum, York Art Gallery, York Dungeon, York Army Museum, National Railway Museum, and the Yorkshire Museum. There is also the James Cook Museum at Whitby, the Yorkshire Carriage Museum at Aysgarth, the Herriot Centre in Thirsk, and the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington.
Theme Parks & Zoos – Lightwater Valley at Ripon, Flamingoland Zoo at Malton, Atlantis Water Park and Kinderland at Scarborough, the Askham Bryan Wildlife & Conservation Park at York, Tropical World at Roundhay, and York Maze at Elvington.
Entertainment – Cinemas in Ripin, Harrogate and York. Theatres in Harrogate and York.
Eating & Drinking – The Station Inn pub is located at the park entrance. There is a good selection of restaurants in Easingwold, Harrogate and York. Famous local eateries include Betty’s tea-rooms in York and Harrogate.
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 Howardian Hills or the Yorkshire Wolds Way (a 79 mile walking route running from Kingston-Upon-Hull to Filey). You can play golf at Aldwark Manor, Easingwold and Forest of Galtres. Horse riding at the York Riding School. Fishing in the small lake on the park, or at Redwood Park.
Beaches – Although the park is located inland, there are nice beaches within 50 miles at Filey and Scarborough.