Angrove Country Park
Luxury holiday lodge park in North Yorkshire
Tucked in a corner of North Yorkshire, Angrove Country Park offers visitors the ultimate escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to enjoy the wonderful countryside and hospitality the area is famous for.
The park offers the very best in luxury lodges with hot tubs, and is the ideal location for a peaceful and relaxing break away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Your luxury holiday lodge should be your haven and escape, and at Angrove Country Park this is precisely what you will get.
Sit back in the hot tub on this generously spaced park surrounded by farmland with the Cleveland Hills providing the backdrop to your stay. Take in the stunning scenery from the decking of your luxury lodge or take a stroll across to the G&Tea House to sample the home made cooking and a glass of something well suited to this special location.
Angrove Country Park is working hard towards reducing its carbon footprint, the installation of a new solar system has made the park so self-sufficient of electricity that now contributes to the National Grid. For every lodge sold Angrove Country Park will plant 10 new trees around the park.
Holiday Home Ownership
A selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom luxury lodges on a beautiful park setting with the backdrop of the Cleveland Hills.
Angrove Country Park is adjacent to the Coast to Coast Cycle Route. This corner of North Yorkshire plays host to a variety of quality pubs and restaurants in the many neighbouring villages and market towns, all waiting to be discovered on a leisurely day out. Alternatively, after a hard day’s exploring, simply relax in the comfort of the on site G & Tea House.
Things to see and do
The North York Moors National Park, is the ideal location for bird watching enthusiasts with many birds of prey to glimpse whilst taking in the amazing colourful landscape.
History and nature meet each other in the middle North Yorkshire Moors. Steeped in history, heritage, and wildlife, what is there not to like?
From the A1M follow signs for the A19 and continue for 17 miles to A173 and follow signs to Great Ayton for 2 miles and the park is situated on the left