Rainbow Trout Bell Tent
- Sleeps 4 (max 3 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Pet Friendly
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
Rainbow Trout is pitched on raised decking in a perfect position overlooking the fishing lake. It is fully furnished with a double bed, side tables and a small fold down sofa bed. There are table and chairs on the decking. It has its own 'breakfast tent' where the stove and BBQ are situated. In the breakfast tent there is a comfortable sofa and chairs around the fire pit allowing for an all weather glamping experience. The Rainbow Trout bell tent is located on the far side of the lake so is a lovely stroll around the lake from the shower/toilet block and Fishing Lodge. Please note that bedding and towels are not supplied so you will need to bring your own. You may book to bring your dog with you to stay in this bell tent.
Please note that there is no electricity supply to the bell tents and children under 8 cannot stay due to the lakeside location.
About Stonebridge Fishing Lakes
Suitable ForCampervans, caravans, glampers, families, couples, well-behaved groups, fishermen and fisherwomen. Please note children under the age of 8 are not allowed to stay in the glamping units. Dogs can be booked into the Rainbow and Brown Trout Bell Tents.
NearbyWhen you fancy forgetting about fishing, the nearby market towns of Northallerton and Richmond will do the trick – mixtures of quaint old centres with more modern outskirts. In Northallerton the long High Street provides a wide variety of shops, pubs and cafes. Best to go on market days, though – Wednesdays and Saturdays – when there is more of a buzz to the place. From here continue a few miles on the A684 and you reach theNorth York Moors National Park (01439 772700) – home to a plethora of outdoor activities. Osmotherley, on the park's western edge, is an excellent starting point. The 110 mile Cleveland Way National Trail runs through the village, and can be joined to walk a small section, or try the Lyke Wake Walk – the official starting point is at the edge of the moors above the village, where there is an official stone marker. For a little history the Wensleydale Railway (01677 425805) is also a must-visit. Largely run by volunteers, there are currently six stations on the line with steam trains running every weekend.
Food & DrinkThere are 2 lovely country pubs within walking distance. The Black Horse (01609749010), a mile and a half to the north, and The Coore Arms (01609 748215), just over a mile to the south. Both serve homemade, traditional pub fare all day, with the Black Horse adding a slightly more modern, gastro pub twist.
Stonebridge Fishing Lakes is located at Fleetham Lane, Scruton, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 0RL
Junction 51 off the A1M sign posted Scruton/Little Fencote.