Catgill Farm - Camping And Glamping
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Catgill Farm - Camping And Glamping

Catgill Farm, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire Dales National Park BD23 6HA England
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4.5
#1 of 1 campsite in Bolton Abbey
4.9 of 5 bubbles
Location
4.5 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
4.6 of 5 bubbles
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4.5 of 5 bubbles
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A family-run camping and luxury glamping site, surrounded by the beautiful green rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales. Catgill Farm lies in a gorgeous setting with jaw-dropping views and a fantastic location with loads to do nearby for all the family. A converted dairy farm, the site has retained much of its original charm and has become a firm favourite since opening its doors in 2014, with many guests visiting year after year. Winning "Best family campsite in the North East 2023" it’s easy to see why; two large camping fields, 35 electric hook-up pitches, two 5* toilet blocks, a small on-site shop and Cat’s Kitchen serving up delicious morning coffee and pastries and evening pizzas. In the Glamping Hideaway, you will find 10 bespoke luxury glamping pods and 2 huge bell tents all with private wood-fired hot tubs, fire pits and pizza ovens. Whether you are camping or glamping you can be sure of a warm welcome from the super-friendly staff, who are always happy to go the extra mile.
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Outdoor fireplace
Picnic area
Shared bathroom
First aid kit
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Dining area
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Sofa
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Stovetop
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Catgill Farm, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire Dales National Park BD23 6HA England
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garry6667 wrote a review Jul 2020
Kendal, United Kingdom63 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The campsite is in a lovely location just 10 min walk to Bolton abbey the facilities on the campsite are very clean and modern With hot and cold water available also outside the main washing and toilet block with extra precautions in place to deal with the covid pandemic with the bonus of being able to have a fire pit which you can hire or bring your own with logs available to buy on site .The campsite layout has plenty of room mostly flat with some small slopes there is also A coffee shop on site . You can park up to drop off and pick up your equipment on the campsite were you pitch then move car to nearby carpark also if very wet they have a buggy which they will gladly take your stuff down to your pitch for you . There is a local co-op located in Addingham about 10 min drive .It was our first time at Catgill and will definitely be returning the owner and all the staff are really friendly and helpful greeting you with a smile and on hand to help out anytime ideal campsite for all with very relaxing atmosphere thankyou very much hope to see you again soon
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Date of stay: July 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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LeedsJim82 wrote a review Aug 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom19 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first ever camping trip having bought an awning for our van last month. As a late booking we could only get a one night stay at the site, availability probably reduced due to COVID-19.

I had read a terrible review of the site the morning of our visit which raised my anxiety that I’d get the van stuck on the field as there is no hard standing pitches. Undeterred we went to have fun, test the van/awning and our camping tolerance.

We had a great time, the receptionist at check in advised me to have a look at the bottom field first as the top field (on the right as you approach, first one you’ll see) was a bit muddier as it had been more in use in the bad rain over recent days. So I had a quick walk around the site and chose a location that I thought was perfect, between a stream and the main part of the bottom field sheltered by a Yorkshire stone wall. If this area hadn’t have been available I had other areas in mind, the site is mainly on a slope but there are plenty of areas where you could pitch on relative flat (minimal slope). People were being sensible spacing themselves apart well.

The area is beautiful and ideally located for Bolton Abbey. The site we thought was really nice, but perhaps suited more for camping than those with a camper van, I would however consider going again although I would be a little concerned if the weather was especially bad as I would agree with previous reviews about the site becoming very muddy, but this is only on the most trodden areas i.e. routes in and out of the camping fields. This did not affect us or prevent us having a great time.

The facilities were clean and COVID-19 compliant during our stay. Everyone has their part to play with this situation, and personally I feel people can be over sensitive towards the virus, which I have no issue with, but if you’re going on a camping trip where you expect to come in close contact with people, how sensitive should you really be if you see a child in the shower block with no mask?! And if the communal floor is a little muddy during the day, can you really be so upset? It’s the UK, there has been a lot of rain in the last week and the staff can’t man the facilities 24/7... just my thoughts as a new camper.

We didn’t get a coffee or pastry from the morning coffee hut as I was testing our own stove and equipment but I went for a shower at about 7:45 and the queue wasn’t big, and the coffee smelt amazing. The shower by the way was clean and water lovely and hot.

For those wondering about the van in the mud, yes it did take me 4 or 5 attempts just to get moving on the main route off the field but we made it with minimal fuss.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Hannahh_62 wrote a review Aug 2020
West Malling24 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at this campsite towards the end of July 2020 for one night.

The campsite is large and set on a farm with some beautiful surroundings. One field wraps around the site, with the reception, toilet/shower block and cafe in the center.

When we arrived we were told we could camp where we liked. A sheet with a number of rules and covid-19 safety measures was given to us - lights out by 10:30, only 5 people in the toilet block at one time, which was manages by a 'key' system. Despite the size of the site, this system worked well to keep people apart, and the vast majority of people obeyed the rules. There were also enough facilities to mean that queues were rare, despite how busy it was.

Even though the site was full of young children, we were impressed that by 10:30, there was virtually no noise from neighbouring tents. The only thing that mildly disturbed our sleep was the sound of nearby campers snoring, and the occasional farm animal. In the morning, we enjoyed hot pain au chocolates from the cafe, which also sold tea and coffee. We only saw people queuing for the showers around 11am, so as long as you get in at a sensible time you should be fine.

The only thing we were slightly disappointed in was the fire pit hire, which is advertised as £20 for 2 nights, which seems a bit expensive. Other places we've stayed offer barrels for free. That, and the probably the sheer number of children on this site, is the only reason I wouldn't give the experience 5 stars. This is a great campsite for families, but for a couple in their 20s, this probably wasn't the ideal choice. Nevertheless, it wouldn't stop us from staying again.
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Date of stay: July 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Tommy R wrote a review Aug 2020
3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at catgill campsite for 6 nights, The location ( the views) were amazing and having bolton abbey down the road was an added bonus. 5 minute drive was billy bobs parlour
Which is an American diner type place with lots of things to keep the kids entertained but unfortunately was completely booked out.
Our take on the campsite was this
Positives...great views, good location for local attractions shower blocks modern.
Negatives.... no designated parking for disabled
The disabled room inside the female shower block did not have a hand rail in the shower and there was no where to sit if you were assisting the disabled person.
Anyone could access this room and was done so by many people and was always left in a filthy condition.
Any disabled room or facility should be accessed by a radar key.
No on site shop to buy basics milk,eggs, bread etc
The camp site consisted of 2 big fields both half flatish the rest on a slope,
There was no nearby taps around the fields to fill your water bottles.
There was no play area as such for the kids i think someone had put a strap around 2 of the trees and the kids played on that which was not safe at all.
The 15 minute walk to the local pub ( the devonshire) was more like a 20 minutes and it was down a single track road with tight bends. A number of times we had to get right over to the side of the road to keep out of the way of on coming traffic.
This i felt they could make more clear as i thought it was a footpath that lead straight to it.
I did not see any walking trails directly from the campsite,
Anything extra like a gazebo you had to pay for, it was charged per person and not per pitch.
Id say overall its a place to stop of for a couple of nights its not really designed for family's.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Oliver Barker, Owner at Catgill Farm - Camping And Glamping
Responded 17 Aug 2020
Dear Camper, Although we always welcome feedback from our customers as it helps us to improve our facilities and customer service, we feel this one is rather misleading to anyone thinking of visiting. These are unprecedented times and many attractions have to be booked in advance to ensure they can open safely. In general, we allow disabled guests to park by their tent. Our disabled room is also a family room used by families with small children and if you found it not up to standard there is always someone at reception who could have rectified this for you at the time. The safety of our customers during the current pandemic is paramount and as our shop is in reception, we have decided to remove it temporarily. The local shop in the village has basic supplies and there is a good sized Coop 3 miles away in Addingham. Our website contains some great information about our site and the local area, it also explains the extra steps we have taken to ensure the safety of our guests at this time. There are many flat pitches on our site but at the end of the day this is the Yorkshire Dales and rolling hills are part of the beauty. There are several water taps located around the site. What we love about Catgill is that kids can run around, make friends and play in the small stream or the woodland. We didn’t erect the rope swing but from reading the other 5* reviews it seems like kids (and parents!) love it. I am sure your children were disappointed to not be able to join in the fun. We are often told by parents that they are glad we don’t have a playground as the campsite is a natural playground where kids make their own fun. The 15 minute walk to the Devonshire Arms is a pleasant walk across the fields that leads straight to the pub with no road walking at all. The walks from the campsite are plentiful, some are shown on the paintings in the wash up room. Our helpful staff have good local knowledge and are always available to help and advise our guests.
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Janine K wrote a review Aug 2020
Walkden, United Kingdom4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Completely recommend this site, it’s in a beautiful area with gorgeous views. The site is very clean and tidy. They are set up for COVID with lots of individual toilet units and a system when entering the shower or washing up area to prevent too many people in there at one time.

We went as a family and a group of friends. We felt very safe and even though it was busy it wasn’t noisy. They ensured that the 10.30pm noise curfew was adhered to.

They have a coffee shop open for a couple of hours in the morning where you can get a hot drink and pastries. The only thing I would say is there’s no on site shop so you can’t buy anything you may have forgotten but they do have ice to buy and fire pits to hire.

Great site, would revisit and highly recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Bryony Louise wrote a review Aug 2020
12 contributions
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
A lovely drive through the countryside to get to catgill Camping and glamping timber pods only twenty minutes from Ilkley for the nearest supermarket tesco and petrol station Texacon that is down the road. The camping field is on your right as you get in and the glamping pods where i stayed with five friends is passed reception. I had to carry my bags up the hill which was slightly steep but the pods were lovely there was two bunk beds a double bed and a double sofa bed and toilets inside as well as outside with showers are all covid 19 secure and guidline permitted .It has a hot tub that you had to heat with wood and fire which takes a few hours to heat when you first start but absolutely glorious sat in the hot tub with the view of the hills in the background it was very quiet. Even though it rained it didn't stop us staying in the hot tub whilst it rained as the temperature was lovely and hot it never put us off. Inside wae lovely and cosy with a TV and table to eat and play games . It has plus sockets that came in handy when we are all girls. There is a tree swing for kids to play on in the field. We had a lovely walk around bolton abbey that has been covid 19 secured and cornered off for peoples safety and allows correct 2metre distances 1metre if necessary . The glamping reception allows you to purchase fire wood for £30 or kinling wood for £12 and fire lighters for £2. There is a coffee shop on the complex and in the town the tea room very good for price and lovely food and a twenty minute walk to the devonshire arms brasserie and bar which served amazing food (beetroot starter, duck leg main and chocolate mousse for desserts (picture attached).
I am looking to book again .2020 already booked up as it's so relaxing .
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Amanda T wrote a review Jul 2021
United Kingdom5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I honestly cannot recommend this camp site any more than this, it's so clean and I mean super clean, when they drive through with a tractor they they walk back and pick mud up from its tyres! The shower and toilet blocks are sparkling and great space too, huge full size toilets, large shower rooms with a push button shower that you just keep pressing (they were wey to hot for me or the children but we just like cooler showers) 5 hooks on the back of the doors for all you dry things then a shower tray on the wall for shampoo, if you leave anything they put it on a shelf as you walk in. There are plenty of sinks for the busy morning rush and tea time clean up.
They have a fantastic kitchen room with a huge seating block in the middle, 2 fridges and a freezer to keep your items in and even labels to keep everything fresh, these were a godsend as it was roasting when we went.
There are another block of portable toilets for a quick wee too on the way to the actual site,
They have a tiny coffee and cake shop that sell hot breakfast cakes and cold breakfast bars and proper real coffee! It was open 7 till 9 when we went but I think that varies if its out of season, they also have a tiny shop in reception for essentials and neither shop nor coffee shop are expensive, we needed some tent pegs and they were £2! Huge coffee cups were only £2.50 and they have some tables and chairs to use if you eat there too, perfectafter a hot night in tents.
The site it's self is amazing, car free unless your unloading or packing up so it's super safe for the kiddies to run around, dogs are not only allowed to camp with you but there free too! They do have to be on leads but there are walks in every direction. You can pick where you want to pick on standard pitches and your given certain ones if you want electric hookup, there are so many drinking taps everywhere that you don't need to walk far at all.
I've never been to such a well run campsite with such lovely friendly helpful staff and such amazing facilities where we have felt safe and had so much fun we stayed on extra just so we could explore more.
By far the best campsite for miles around and well worth a visit too.
Thanks you Catgill farm for an amazing holiday with great memories made.
Amanda and 2 very happy grandchildren.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Barry L wrote a review Jul 2020
KEIGHLEY38 contributions13 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Even though I live only a 35 min drive away from Bolton Abbey having had three foreign holidays cancelled due to Covid, going to Catgill on the weekend of the 17.7 for 4 days took on the exciting anticipation of a holiday in the Maldives!
Loved every minute of it, Covid safety measures were well thought out with hand sanitising stations & the provision of an extra upmarket toilet block which was regularly cleaned. Whilst expecting it, we didn't have to queue for any of the facilities, although we did avoid the shower rush hour times.
Some reviewers have mentioned noise. Yes there was some noise after 10.30pm but we didn't experience any that was anti social. I can be a Victor Meldrew, but where we were camped in the weekend field, the noise only amounted to being able to hear the soft sound of some people chatting & laughing (which we contributed to) & during the night the occasional sound of a child crying. Tents don't provide soundproofing & if you're sharing a field with a multitude of people some reasonable sound is going to be the norm.

To summerise:

Beautiful setting
Good facilities
Friendly & helpful staff

A working farm open to visitors just up the road
Billy Bobs for great home cooked American style food only a 30 min walk or 12 min drive away.
Beautiful Bolton Abbey a 10 min walk away (pre Covid it was free entry for pedestrians now you have to book an entry time slot & pay a fee of £10 per family/party)
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Melissa wrote a review Jul 2020
Morecambe, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a lovely one night stay on the 8th July. We pitched our tent in a little corner of the field by the stream. Despite it raining all night, ee had a great stay. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the facilities were clean. The campsite have a good social distancing system in the showers/toilets and all care has been taken to limit the spread of the virus throughout the campsite. We were pleasantly suprised by the little coffee shop that pops up in the morning. You can hire fire baskets for £15 which are a great addition.
We will be returning later this month!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jennifer P wrote a review Aug 2020
8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We are usually camping but decided to try Glamping a go this year. Accomodation was great. Lovely spacious bell tent with fantastic view across the hills. We used the hot tub several times and while it's not as convenient as electric getting the word burner going was not difficult. What with that and the fire pit we spent a small fortune on wood but it made it feel very special.

The staff were great, one man in particular was so helpful and they made sure our stay was trouble free. The shared facilities had been suitably arranged to make them safe. My daughter used the main shower block as she was too freaked out by the Harvest Men/Daddy long legs in the little one we shared with the neighbouring bell tent.

Cargill was a good base for exploring the local area and a bit further afield. We did Bolton Abbey and gorgeous Riverside circular walk.local tea rooms, Billy Bob's diner, Skipton, Ripley castle activities,York for a day and random trip to Nelson for indoor swimming.

I'd confidently recommend Cargill to anyone.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from Almie K
Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom23 contributions10 helpful votes
Each glamping pod has it's own hot tub. The hot tub is to the side of the pod and although it is fairly private, it is not secluded. You are able to see the neighbouring pod's hot tub. You do need a car to access the shop etc on the campsite.
loverofthelights asked a question Jul 2021
Halifax, United Kingdom10 contributions7 helpful votes
Where is the best spot to pitch to avoid the slopes?!
Answer from Mrs D
Wilsden, United Kingdom408 contributions19 helpful votes
Definitely try to arrive early to get a good pitch on the bottom area, which is the flattest. Unless you have an electric point these sites are designated for you.
JessR asked a question Jun 2020
2 contributions
Hi is there a childrens playground on site for them? Tia
Answer from Oliver Barker
Bolton Abbey, United Kingdom1 contribution
Hi, we do not have a set area but the campsite is a kids natural play area with loads of places to safely explore. There is a tiny stream that runs through the site surrounded by trees and the kids love spending hours playing in and around it making new friends. There is plenty to keep them occupied!
Revoos asked a question Jun 2019
England, United Kingdom42 contributions32 helpful votes
It states tents and VW camper vans. What if you have a Bongo or a Hiace?
Answer from JS2310
Runcorn, United Kingdom51 contributions23 helpful votes
Should be okay, give them a ring there very helpfull
paulwilkinson wrote a tip 14 Jun
St. Albans, United Kingdom1,302 contribution216 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get there early for a nice level pitch."
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Cee C wrote a tip 14 Jun
Leeds, United Kingdom1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Maybe not the place for you if you use your car as storage"
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Megan P wrote a tip 7 Jun
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do not bother"
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Alishia P wrote a tip Apr 2024
20 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Parking can be a bit awkward, as there is not enough glamping spots for everyone. Hill up to pods is also quite an incline "
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HalifaxChloe wrote a tip Mar 2024
halifax2 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Lovely place definitely worth a visit 😊 "
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Which popular attractions are close to Catgill Farm - Camping And Glamping?
Nearby attractions include The Beer Engine (4.8 miles), Skipton Castle Woods (4.5 miles), and Hesketh Farm Park (0.08 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Catgill Farm - Camping And Glamping?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a hot tub, barbeque facilities, and a coffee shop.
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Top room amenities include a dining area, a seating area, and a sofa.
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Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities, complimentary tea, and free instant coffee during their stay.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Tea On The Green, Le Caveau, and The Railway.
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Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the centre of Bolton Abbey.
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Many travellers enjoy visiting Skipton Castle Woods (4.5 miles), Tomb of George Clifford (4.6 miles), and Farfield Hall (2.3 miles).
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