• Spacious camping pitches behind a family-run pub in the village of Cawood

• Around half an hour's drive from York and Leeds

• Dog-friendly pub with log fires, real ales and home-cooked 'Yorkshire Tapas'.

Log fires, real ales, extensive wine menu, tasty food… sounds like the kind of classic country pub you could while away a good few hours in? Then you’ll be among like-minded locals at The Castle Inn, a cracking pub in the North Yorkshire village of Cawood around 10 minutes' drive from Selby.

And it’s not just friendly locals you will meet here, you will also receive a warm welcome from the staff at this family-run pub, whether you’re just dropping in for a pint or settling in for a meal from our beautiful 'Yorkshire Tapas' menu.

That coveted spot in front of the fire is just crying out to be occupied by a dozing dog, so feel free to bring a hound along with you too.
Once you’ve fed, watered it’s a short toddle back to the peaceful pitches, all with plenty of room in which to spread out all your kit for a comfy stay. No need to trawl back to the pub if you need the the essentials either – an accessible toilet and shower block is at the pitching area, along with electric hook-ups and facilities to deal with rubbish and chemical disposal.

And what of the hours before it’s time to hit the pub? Well, you might like to take a wander along the banks of the Ouse, which flows through the village, take day trips to York or Leeds or flex that credit card at one of the nearby shopping centres (fret not, there's a drink waiting when you’re done).

Languages spoken - English & French
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