Camping & Caravan Stays at Yorkshire Heart

Providing you with 35 acres of fantastic views and natural beauty, 17 acres of which are filled with beautiful vines, Yorkshire Heart Vineyard is an idyllic unique rural location to relax and unwind.

On-site facilities include toilets facilities with running water, located approximately 200 metres away from the camping field. Please note, there are no showers and no electric hook up.

The nearest shop is 1 ½ mile at the end of Nun Monkton Lane, there is a pub in the village which is open Wednesday-Sunday & serves lunches & dinners.

Nun Monkton has its very own Ferryboat crossing run by local volunteers open every Saturday & Sunday from 11am-4pm where you can cross over to Beningborough side and enjoy countryside walks or cycling, Children & Dogs are free to cross, Adults are £2.00 each way.

The campsite is conveniently located to explore the area and its attractions. Enjoy a trip to the local market towns of Knaresborough or Harrogate, a shopping afternoon in the cities of York or Leeds or a day trip to the seaside towns of Whitby and Scarborough.


Camping £6.00 per person per night       

Caravans & Motorhomes £8.50 per person per night

Children £3.00 per person           

Bring the dog £2.00 per dog

(Please be aware we do have two very fun and friendly dogs of our own!)

Not a Camper? Dont Worry Here's A List Of Local Places To Stay...

Garden Cottage, Nun Monkton

Situated on the edge of this picturesque village green with duck pond and maypole. 20 minutes from York and Harrogate. You’ll love Garden Cottage because of its view over the beautiful garden. The village has great country walks and good access including rail to York and surrounding towns. The Cottage has a super king comfy bed, the kitchen has fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. Excellent pub within 2 minutes walk.

Skip Bridge Farm Cottages, A59 York (Just Before The Nun Monkton Turn Off)

The Cottages are set in a traditional courtyard. All the cottages are tastefully renovated from a former Stables block and a Granary, they have retained their original character and charm and include traditional wooden beams and brick fire places. Four of the cottages have woodburning stoves.

Bay Horse, Green Hammerton (5 minutes by car)

The Bay Horse Inn is a traditional family-run old English Inn that dates back to the 17th century, with log fires and beamed bar/dining areas.Our ten guest rooms are set in a courtyard with private entrances and are all equipped with a TV and tea and coffee facilities. All of them have en- suite facilities with a bath or shower and complementary toiletries.

The Anchor Inn, Whixley (10 minutes by car)

This friendly free house offers traditional cask ales, freshly cooked food and cosy accommodation. The well-known Anchor Inn carving table provides a varied choice of freshly prepared quality regional favourites sourced from local producers and prepared on a daily basis. Homemade hot & cold sweets are always available.

Red Lion, Poppleton (10 minutes by car)

This traditional country inn is within 4 miles of York city centre, making it an ideal location for business and pleasure. Enjoy a drink and a quick bite-to-eat with friends, a more formal experience in our contemporary dining room or even stay with us and use us as a base to explore the surrounding areas; including historic city of York (public transport runs every 10 minutes), Harrogate and Knaresborough.

Carlton Barn, Nun Monkton (5 minutes by car)

An extremely warm welcome from Superhost Sarah and her busy family of four who love living in their secluded Old Farm House on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Nun Monkton. You will be left to yourself to enjoy the guest barn but Sarah and family will remain available if you need help or have any further queries during your stay. As a family they love nothing better than time to take long walks outside, Movie nights by the fire, Camp nights around a bonfire or jumping waves in the surf. Excellent access from The Vineyard and Brewery, also to the village of Nun Monkton and the Alice Hawthorn pub.