- £370 per week
- £53 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 36 miles
- Pub 6 miles
- Shop 6 miles
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 5pm
- Check out: 10am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
- On one level, no stairs
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Set on a working farm and horse retirement home, this pet friendly cabin offers traditional glamping with a luxury twist. Nestled in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, luxury glamping doesn’t come much more idyllic than this. The cabin offers a unique escape embracing peace, tranquility and natural beauty. The cabin is a beautiful 1 bedroomed pine lodge which sleeps up to 4 on the outskirts of the delightful rural village of Pockley on the edge of the North York Moors, you can see the purple heather all round in the months of July and August. Bonnie View Glamping Cabin has many features to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There are lovely pine doors in the light and airy living room/dining room/Kitchen area which is individually furnished. There is a stylish and well-equipped kitchen area too with very on trend appliances. The cabin is situated on a working farm which has sheep and a retirement home for horses, 20 of them wander the fields enjoying a well-earned rest. The views are the real stars here, moors, woods and fields are all around you and on a night-time, you can see the stars twinkling in the dark sky. The garden and decking area means not only can you enjoy these views from inside but from outside too. The drive to Helmsley is around 5 miles, but what a pretty drive it is. You pass through the village of Pockley with its lovely old church and thatched cottages. Helmsley itself is a lively market town with local shops, a fantastic bakery, cafes, and restaurants abound. If you are celebrating why not try the two Michelin starred restaurants within a 20-minute drive, The black Swan at Oldstead and the Star at Harome. York, Harrogate, and the jewel in the east coasts crown, Whitby are all close enough for a day trip. You will have the best of both worlds here, treat yourself to a stay and really relax.
Entrance: Through the front patio 5 steps up.
Lounge/Dining Room/Kitchen: A light and airy open plan room. This is a cabin with a difference, as you walk in you will be surprised by the inventive design and the feeling of space in such a cosy area. The living area is open plan with a corner sofa facing the kitchen area, however this is a sofa with a seat side view of the wooded hills right on your doorstep look out of the other window and you will see the dale behind, far reaching views of moorland and woods with horses grazing in the adjacent field. This is picture postcard pretty. There is a table which can be used as a coffee table or to share a meal at. Now, if you are a cook, and even if you are not this kitchen is for you. Plenty of workspace housing a microwave, there is an electric oven and gas hob, a fridge with freezer box, the countryside style carries on with a wall rack housing the pretty crockery. All the appliances and kitchen utensils are in a copper, even the kettle, this is stylish and very on trend. There is a wall mounted SMART TV for your enjoyment if you can tear yourself away from the views.
Downstairs Bedroom: Here you will find a small but perfectly formed bedroom with a double bed, remember this is a lodge so the bed just fits nicely into the room but the view is truly magnificent. It looks over the working farm and has wide ranging views of the moorland and forest beyond. There really are 360 views here. There is a pretty hand painted small chest of drawers and a cute deer theme. There can’t be much better than waking up to this view.
Bathroom: This is a lovely room, small but perfectly formed, with a shower, heated towel rail, basin with storage and toilet.
Very steep and narrow steps lead up to the attic style room.
Attic Area: Even though this has a king size bed the head height is very restricted so please be aware of this. It will sleep 2 but is probably not suitable for small children or anyone with mobility issues. It would be a fun room to use
Pets: 2 dogs
Parking: Plenty of parking outside the cabin
Garden/Patio: This is a real feature of this cabin. Not only is there a large garden which has full hill and moor views all round but there is a lovely decking area with inset lighting which has seating to relax on and a table and chairs in case you want to eat al fresco and watch the lovely retirement horses potter around the fields. This must be one of the most idyllic places for a cup of tea or a glass of fizz!
Heating: Electric heating throughout
Short breaks: Accepted all year round.
Notes: No smoking at this property. Towels are provided. Unlimited WIFI available free of charge. Mobile phone signal works on WIFI or 3/4G.
Pub: 6 miles
Shop: Beadlam Farm Shop 3 miles
A lovely cabin in a lovely location. Plenty to do within an hours drive. We loved our stay here.
We've had a gorgeous weekend in this fantastic cabin. Amazing views, warm and comfortable. Thank you.
We have had a lovely break. The cabin is so cosy with everything you need. Very comfortable beds and bedding and a fantastic setting. Thank you.
Famous for its character and charm, the historic market town of Helmsley is situated on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and the Valley of Pickering. It has retained its medieval layout and the Market Place is surrounded by some interesting period stone-built cottages and many charming traditional shops and tearooms. In the middle of the Market Place there is a statue of William Duncombe, 2nd Baron Feversham, whose family has been associated with Helmsley since 17th century. Helmsley with the nearby area offers a fabulous choice of places to visit, such as ruins of the Helmsley Castle built in 1120, Duncombe Park - the beautiful dwelling of the Barons of Feversham, the International Centre for Birds of Prey, Helmsley Walled Garden, Rievaulx Abbey, Nunnington Hall and the Sutton Bank. The 110 miles long Cleveland Way National Trail starts in Helmsley. The beautiful towns of York, Thirsk and Pickering are an easy drive away.