Forest Lodge

STAYCATIONS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE LODGES FROM £569

STAYCATIONS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE – A leading North Yorkshire forest lodge estate has seen a surge of staycation bookings since the government announced the re-opening of holiday accommodation in the UK from 4th July. Griffon Forest is a family-owned estate with 50 luxury holiday lodges which can host between two and five people for short breaks or holidays throughout the year.  Located just seven miles east of York, and within striking distance of the North York Moors and Yorkshire coastal resorts, Griffon Forest lies within 100 acres of tranquil, mature woodland, ideal for those who want a peaceful and isolated staycation holiday this year.

STAYCATIONS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE

Four-night Staycation Holidays at Griffon Forest this summer start at £569.  For latest packages and offers, or to check availability, visit www.griffonforest.co.uk or call 01904 468787.

Griffon Forest offers special short break and holiday packages throughout the year.  Each month, special offers feature on www.griffonforest.co.uk, and golf, fishing and mountain bike hire are available on site.  Guests are also given a complimentary discount card for lunch, dinner or drinks at Tykes Restaurant at adjacent sister property Sandburn Hall.

During last winter, Griffon Forest upgraded and improved facilities and choice for customers, including installing fast, free fibre-optic WiFi in every lodge.  All lodges also have their own decking and private hot tub, and this year many lodges have been upgraded with brand new bi-fold doors out onto new decking, American-style fridge-freezers and an interior décor makeover.

STAYCATIONS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE

A brand new type of lodge has also been created for this summer: Hunters Lodges have a freestanding feature bath or spa bath, new designer fitted kitchen and hot tubs built into extended all-weather decking.  Nature lovers find Griffon Forest an ideal self-catering base as badgers, foxes and deer roam, and can often be seen from the lodges’ hot tubs, lounges and decking, or on the in-room tv which has its own Griffon Forest “Wild Watch” channel with live footage of the wildlife on the estate.

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