Newton House Farm

Camping Pod Welcome Pack


We are looking forward to sharing our little corner of The North York Moors with you and truly hope you enjoy it as much as we do. The views across the moors and out to sea are spectacular, there is an abundance of walks and cycle routes for all abilities and plenty of excellent local cafes and restaurants to cater for every taste.

This booklet contains information about the site and the local area to help you enjoy your stay. You should find everything you need however if you have a question that isn’t covered in here please do get in touch and we will be happy to help.

We hope you have a pleasant stay and look forward to welcoming you back again in the future.

The Forster Family

Check In
You will find the key to your pod in a secure safe box attached to the front of the pod. The code for the safe box will be sent to you before your arrival.
Please take a moment to read through the following pages where you will find information on site safety, recommendations on places to eat and a few local attractions.

At the end of your stay with us, please ensure that you have all of your belongings; we will aim to return anything left behind however this may incur costs.

We would really appreciate if you could turn off all the lights when you leave the pod.

Just pop the key back in the safe box on the front of your pod and move the numbers to secure the box.

Please ensure that you leave on time to enable us to have time to prepare the pod for our next guests.

We hope that you have had a pleasant stay, wish you a safe journey home and hope to welcome you back soon.

Site Information

There is a designated parking area for pod guests which is clearly signposted off the road. Please park your car in the space reserved for your pod and carry any luggage to the pod.

Shower/Toilet Facilities
During your stay you will have a toilet/shower room for your own personal use; this is located in the shared facilities block, close to the pod. The key is on a hook inside the pod. You may wish to bring some flip flops or other suitable footwear for easily walking to and from the shared facilities block.

Your pod comes with a bin for general waste. You will find a recycling bin in the shared kitchen; this bin is for clean glass, plastics, tins/cans and paper/cardboard – you can find further information on what can be recycled at the information point, in the shared kitchen.

Shared Facilities
The shared kitchen, located in the facilities block, is for all pod guests to use.
We do ask that all guests keep the shared facilities clean and respect any fellow guests’ property that may be left in the shared facilities.

We welcome dogs to our site however they must be kept on a lead at all times and should not be allowed near any animals.
You will find plenty of footpaths easily accessible from our site.
Dogs are not permitted inside the shared facilities or on the furniture within the pod.
There is provision for washing your dog should they get muddy whilst out, this is located on the side of the shared facilities building.
Please clean up after your dog (any waste should be bagged and put in the general waste bin at the site entrance).
Remember to bring your dog’s bed and a towel.

Site Safety

Newton House Farm is a working farm so please beware of moving farm machinery. Remember to admire the animals from a distance; do not attempt to approach them and do not feed them. Children should be supervised at all times.
Please do not allow children to leave the site unaccompanied.

There is to be no open flames, candles, cooking or smoking inside the pods.
No campfires are permitted on site.
Any camping stoves/cooking equipment used in the shared kitchen should be in good, safe working order and should be supervised by an adult at all times.
In the event of a fire, leave behind all belongings and assemble in the parking area. Phone 999 and ask for the fire service.
There are fire blankets in all pods and in the shared kitchen. There is also a fire extinguisher in the shared kitchen.

We politely request all guests to respect wildlife, other guests and our neighbours and keep noise to a minimum, especially between the hours of 11pm and 7am.

Guests are welcome to bring their own barbeques but they should be raised off the ground, supervised by an adult and allowed to cool completely before being disposed of in the appropriate way.
Please do not sit barbeques directly on the wooden decking or tables/benches as this could cause a fire or damage to the wood.

Local Information

Places to Eat
This is just a few of the many cafes and restaurants that the area has to offer…