The region is famous for Yorkshire puddings and rhubarb. It is also home to some fantastic restaurants, pubs and tea rooms. From michelin star eateries, to traditional ales houses, the area has something for everyone, what ever your taste.
Restaurants & Pubs
Just two miles from the campsite is the Durham Ox in Crayke. The Durham Ox has a fantastic reputation for it’s food and real ale, and is a firm favourite with people who have stayed at the campsite.
Slightly further afield (6 miles) is the The Fauconberg Arms. This beautiful 17th century country inn is full of charm and character. The Fauconberg Arms serves a wide range of food, from bar meals to a la carte.
For those celebrating a special occasion, the Michelin starred and award winning Star at Harome, has consistently been voted the favourite Northern restaurant by industry professionals, and is much-loved by foodies and locals alike. With it’s traditional thatched roof, The Star’s origins are believed to date back to the 14th Century. Even if you just want to pop in for a drink, this picturesque inn is definitely worth a visit.
Located just a mile from the campsite, Dutch House is a great place to stop for a coffee and a big slab of homemade cake. Set in the beautiful surroundings of their wildlife garden, and being home to many contemporary artworks and sculptures, Dutch House is an idilclic location to enjoy an afternoon in the sun.
Another cafe popular with our guests is the Coxwold Tearooms. The tearooms servers fine teas, coffees, cakes and snacks in their secluded gardens or traditionally decorated dining room.