Merry Hall in the village of Boltby, set in its own hidden valley beneath the Cleveland Way just inside the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. A very quiet, peaceful village with no light pollution at night. This is horse heaven with views and scenery with a wow factor.
Endless off-road forest trails, farm rides and of course, up onto the Moors.
Five good-sized stables at £30per day/night, 30 acres of grazing at £10 per day/night. Stable yard, customers' locked tack room, shared feed room (with hosts). Round pen.
Lark Rise Cottage, self catering B&B (air BNB). Large double bedroom, kitchen, sitting room, drying area, bathroom. Minimum stay of three days and £50 per night weekdays, £70 per night Friday and Saturday. A cleaning fee of £40 is waived if guests do their own cleaning and change the beds. The host will launder the outgoing sheets and towels. Local high quality dining around two miles away but the area is covered in excellent eating establishments. Thirsk is the nearest commercial centre five miles away. Other local B&B available in village and surrounding areas.
From Thirsk, take the A170 heading to Sutton Bank, around half a mile out of Thirsk, a left turn sin posted Felixkirk and Boltby. On arrival at Boltby, the church is up on the left in the centre of the village around 100 yards further on a stone footbridge on your right. Merry Hall is next entrance right just after the footbridge. Turn into a stable yard, you have arrived.