Yorkshire

Richmond Hargill House Caravan Club Site

The local landscape inspired the artist JMW Turner
The local landscape inspired the artist JMW Turner

Contact Details

Address
Richmond Hargill House Caravan Club Site
Gilling West
Richmond
North Yorkshire
DL10 5LJ
Tel 01748 822734
Web www.caravanclub.co.uk

Tuesday, 02, Jul 2013 10:43

Located in North Yorkshire, the Hargill House site in Richmond is easy to get to from the A1 and offers incredible views over the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The famous landscape artist J M W Turner painted many of his paintings in the local surroundings and following the Turner Trail will be a joy for art fans that enjoy rambling. There are many historical locations to visit too, including Aske Hall and Middleton Lodge as well as the Church of St James the Great.

Facilities at the 66-pitch site are of a good standard and include a launderette, toilet block and Wi-Fi connection as well as waste disposal. Pets are welcome and caravanners are able to choose from with hardstanding or grass plots.

When it comes to prices, Hargill House costs between £4.95 and £7.25 per pitch per night. Adults are charged between £4.40 and £6 per night depending on the time of season, with children costing between £1.30 and £2.05.

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