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Pheasant Inn & Caravan Park
Small and friendly or farm style campsite
|Harmby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, DL8 5PA|
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£12 inc electric
167m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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As other reviews - attractive site, great pub, easy walk/bike ride to Leyburn, nice walk to waterfall and many walks and bike rides all around. John is very welcoming, perhaps too willing to pack units in tight at busy times but we had no grumbles.View all reviews by DGnDG
Very friendly, welcoming and accommodating. Basic facilities. Hot shower for 50p, toilet. Portable water tap but not for filling. Highly recommend. Charming. Beautiful short waterfall walk across the road. £12/night inc electricity. Great little pub open from 7pm.View all reviews by jenandandy
A good location to explore the Yorkshire Dales. The road is nosier than it looks, but still a relaxing place to stay. We found a back route into Leyburn, which mostly avoids the road - so better for dog walking. Just turn left out of the campsite and take the first road to the left, which heads towards a CC&C site. The road soon becomes a lane between fields - keep following it after you veer left until you find a public footpath through a field back to the main road just outside the town.View all reviews by contadina
As promised, a review of The Pheasant pub site near Leyburn.View all reviews by touchwood
There's nothing like a friendly welcome to a site, and I certainly got that from the owner and pub landlord John, who went out of his way to get me well set up and pitched. The site is in some ways a typical pub site, small, basic facilities ( toilet, one shower needs 50p pieces, basic but clean) with a dozen or so grass pitches with EHU. There is a railway line adjacent, but I only noticed two trains and didn't hear anything overnight.
Leyburn village is 1.1 miles away, along a fairly busy road with a footpath.
The pub doesn't do food, but is in all other respects all you could ask for from a pub - very traditional, great company, no juke box or pool table, just good beer and hospitality.
At £12 per night you really can't fault it. I'll be back.