A beautifully sheltered and tranquil park set in 95 acres of mature woodland located in the North York Moors and only 5 miles from the historic coastal port of Whitby.
Ladycross offers spacious pitches, over two miles of woodland walks that lead to a secluded pond and 4 acres of open field for families and their pets to enjoy.
Please have a good look around our new website, visit the Gallery to see a selection of photographs of the park and surrounding area, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
Booking enquiries can be made by phone 01947 895502 or emailed to email@example.com.
WE CURRENTLY DO NOT HAVE FACILITIES FOR ELECTRIC CARS.
Seasonal & Touring Pitches
Enjoy our wonderfully spacious pitches, woodland surroundings and easy access to the North York Moors and Yorkshire coastline.
Ladycross is open to touring caravans throughout the season. Various pitch types available.Find Out More
Come and stay in one of our beautiful woodland lodges, nestled in tranquil surroundings.View Our Lodges
Hire our 4-birth motorhome and explore Yorkshire, or venture further afield.How To Hire
Rent a pitch for the season and stay at Ladycross as often as your like. Various pitch types available.Find Out More
Buy your own woodland retreat here at Ladycross and make our tranquil site your home from home.Own A Home
View our photo gallery and discover why so many people enjoy staying at Ladycross.View The Gallery
Phase one of development of individually designed luxury oak clad lodges in an area of mature woodland at the top of the park where you can relax, enjoy the wildlife and indulge in a holiday that’s just that little bit different.
Whitby is the jewel in the crown of the North Yorkshire coastline. At the mouth of the River Esk, Whitby has a rich maritime history. These days it's the perfect location for a break by the sea.
To the north and south of Whitby you'll find pretty seaside villages, coastal footpaths, woodland, wildlife and sandy beaches. Inland you'll find the dramatic North York Moors and the Esk Valley.