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Welcome to
Haystacks Country Retreats

It is important to us that you feel calm, looked after, and your needs considered. So we have put ourselves in our guest’s shoes and tried to think of everything to give you what you want and need upfront.

Our Accommodation

All our huts come with a double bed, kitchen area (electric hob, fridge and small Belfast sink), seating and a bathroom with shower and flushing toilet.

Nidd House Farm is ideal for family or friendship group get togethers (with or without children) this farmhouse sleeps 6, with the option for another adult or two children to use the sofa bed.

The Samuel Hut

The Samuel hut is sited on the old Nidd Valley railway line with views of the River Nidd backing onto private woodland.

The Martha Hut

The Martha hut is set in a sunny spot with stunning tranquil views overlooking the river, backing onto private woodland.

Nidd House Farm

A beautifully refurbished Grade 2 Georgian farmhouse situated in an idyllic peaceful position surrounded by open countryside.

Walking

Being located in Nidderdale we are surrounded by beautiful open countryside and many popular walks – ranging from a short village loop known as The Packhorse Bridge walk (starting or ending at The Station Hotel) to a whole days hiking and anything in between.​

Activities

There are endless activities surrounding us from Nidderdale Llamas, How Stean Gorge and Brimham Rocks to Gin Experiences. ​Bring your mountain bike to explore the local area or bring your fishing tackle  and benefit from Haystacks fishing rights on approx 1 mile stretch of the River Nidd.

Local Eateries

We have so many fantastic and award winning places to eat, ranging from The Station Hotel and Sophies Coffee Shop on our doorstep to numerous eateries in Harrogate including The Fat Badger and Bettys. Dale Stores our village shop.

Shopping

There is a shopping, or browsing, experience for everyone as we are within 20 minute driving distance of Harrogate, Knaresborough, Pateley Bridge, Ripon and Skipton with Leeds & York further afield.