Each home is purposefully situated on a series of wooded terraces, some with views overlooking the River Nidd and our lush 40 acres of natural woodland.
Lido Leisure Park
Why Lido Leisure Park
Each home is purposefully situated on a series of wooded terraces, some with views overlooking the River Nidd and our lush 40 acres of natural woodland. The site is approximately 90 acres, located in stunning varied terrain, bordering 1 mile of the River Nidd with fishing rights along its bank.
Holiday hire is allowed on our exclusive ‘N’ field (only) near the entrance to the park.
We have a Clubhouse on site (‘Mill Tavern’) independently run with a large lounge bar area, offering quality home cooked meals 7 days a week! Live Entertainment and Sky Sports! We also have a fantastic café with balcony overlooking the River Nidd, again independently run.
We are open 11 months of the year, so you can come enjoy every season with us ! Commanding superb views over the surrounding countryside, this is a relaxing, peaceful base for a rural family holiday any time of the year.
Knaresborough has a fascinating and varied history. Its roots go back centuries and throughout its long history it has been peopled with a wealth of characters, from Hugh de Morville, murderer of Thomas Beckett on the steps of his cathedral at Canterbury, to Blind Jack, the world renowned road builder.
Sights in Knaresbrough town include the remains of Knaresborough Castle, Mother Shipton’s Cave, the House in the Rock, the railway viaduct over the river Nidd, and St Robert’s Cave (dating from the Middle Ages).
For the shopper, Knaresbrough has a selection of high street chains for those essentials. Only 5 miles away is the fabulous Spa Town of Harrogate, and only 18 miles from York – renouned for it’s shopping and infamous Betty’s Tearooms.
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Knaresborough Golf Club – 3 miles away
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Knaresborough Station – 0.25 miles away
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Half Moon Pub – 0.25 miles away
9 miles away from the A1