Littondale Country & Leisure Park is a beautiful family holiday retreat in Skipton, North Yorkshire, found in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The site, which is owned and operated by the Park Leisure group, is open all throughout the year, and is exclusively open to those who buy holiday homes at the park. Family and friends are allowed to stay with owners at the park, however sub-letting of holiday homes is generally not allowed.
If you think that you might be interested in buying a holiday home in the Yorkshire Dales, please contact Littondale Country & Leisure Park directly to enquire about holiday homes for sale.
All of the holiday homes at Littondale Country & Leisure Park are modern and equipped with all necessary conveniences and appliances.
Features and amenities found at the park include a children’s play area, laundrette, and a well-stocked convenience store. Having a shop at the park means that you can simply escape to your holiday home in this part of the Yorkshire Dales and never have to leave the site unless you want to. If you enjoy swimming and the gym, this park has a trick up its sleeve that you will like. Close to the site is the Richmond Leisure Pool and Liberty Health Club and if you buy a static caravan at Littondale Country & Leisure Park you will be able to enjoy free access to the pool whenever they wish, while discounted membership of the health club is also available.
There is plenty to see and do across the Yorkshire Dales, so all you have to do is decide what it is that you would most like to do!
Go walking in the Yorkshire Dales for sure, because there are miles of walks that provide breathtaking scenery. Some head out from the park itself, or pass close to Littondale Country & Leisure Park, with flat, gentle trails available, along with more challenging hikes across varying and hilly terrain. If you would prefer to get around by alternative means you can try mountain biking or horse riding in the Dales.
If you aren’t yet familiar with the area or are looking to spend time with other holidaymakers, you can take advantage of guided walks, cycles, and horse rides across the Yorkshire Dales. There is also the option of heading out and exploring without a guide, at leisure. For many, an Ordnance Survey map is all they need to ensure they don’t get lost!
Many of the best walks are circular trails, with Littondale Country & Leisure Park sitting within the main routes. Many walks include a path beside the River Skirfare, not far from here.
Outdoor lovers looking to enjoy other activities will find some excellent golf courses across the Dales, with Bentham Golf Club one of the best, a short drive away on the northern edge of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the west and close to the county border with Lancashire are numerous locations where you can try extreme sports, from climbing and zip wiring to gorge walking and shooting.
Visit the Yorkshire Dales and you will see several amazing villages and market towns, all of which are within reach of Littondale Country & Leisure Park. Just a short drive away, you can visit Grassington, which has a great selection of shops and pubs. Just 10 miles away to the south, you can visit Skipton, a historic town with markets four days a week, excellent shopping and restaurants, and a train station that you can use to reach Yorkshire and Lancashire.
So if you're looking for holiday homes for sale in North Yorkshire, ask the owners what holiday caravans are available at Littondale Country & Leisure Park.
Long stay touring pitches available, limited number of static pitches available.
The histotic towns of Settle and Skipton are close by as is Herriot country! Miles of glorious Yorkshire Dales to walk and explore.
Superb walking area in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Based on 3 review(s)
06 Nov 2018
This park is in a beautiful location which is why we have given it 1 star. The other star was given for the pods which are of an excellent standard with TV heating microwave and even shower of sorts which is why we gave another star.
However the convenience store only supplies the most basic, and we mean basic items, long life milk, tinned soup, crisps and ice creams.The park is groomed well kept which is worth another star. The showers clean and tidy but not 5 star as claimed. The'yre communal which meant sending our young daughter in with older men. ( We used the disabled shower instead)There is an on park dispute between owners of static caravans who appear totally peeved off with the parks owners and the dreadful atmosphere as a result is palatable.
If you can get a cheap deal like we did its not bad, but if you pay glamping 5 star price well expect disappointment.
The pub along the road in Arncliffe is odd to say the least. Dont expect fine dinning.
Our electricity kept tripping out when we put the kettle on, but an onsite owner showed us how to reset it as there were no staff of an evening.
It is peaceful though so if you like that enjoy.
12 Oct 2018
This has gone from a friendly site to a nightmare since Park Leisure have taken over. Sales Staff are continually being moved on but only after they have promised the earth and not delivered. The last 4 sales managers have said that park fees would not rise above 5%/year. They are now trying to increase fees 15% for the next 3 years! That's not 15% over the next 3 years but 15% every year for the next 3 years. That amounts to over 54%. The only thing Park Leisure are concerned with is the bottom line and how much money they can screw out of the customers. They continually spout that they are a 5 star site but if you ask anyone on site they would more likely give it 3 stars, and that would only be because of the outstanding position of the park within the boundaries of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Not only don't they care about the customers they seem to have a total disregard for the environment and the National Park. How anyone in their right mind would put yellow sandstone paving stones in an area of limestone escarpments and limestone dry stone walls beggars belief. They seem to think that all caravan parks should have a corporate look and have decided they should all look like seaside caravan parks. I shall certainly be writing to the National Parks to lodge my objections. I would definitely not be buying another caravan from Park Leisure and will never be recommend them. If I could give minus stars i would.
east riding 19 Jul 2008
have stayed at this park many times staff always friendly & helpfull toilets cleaned couple of times a day has small shop opening times hit & miss not much in terms of stock but it is very small spetacular views not far from kettlewell i am returning shortly