Cabins, Cottages, and Lodges at Keldy, North Yorkshire
Our Keldy forest lodges and Classic cabins with hot tubs are situated deep in the forest; some are just visible between the trees and others enjoy an outlook onto grassy, sunlit glades. Follow the forest road as it drops deep into the wooded valley and feel the calm of the forest wrap around you. Keldy, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, is a hidden world of sunlit glades, tumbling brooks, and shy woodland creatures.
All of our cabins come with a hot tub as standard, perfect for group getaways, family holidays or a couples retreat. Unwind after a busy day and feel at one with nature. Some of our cabins also include: a gas barbecue, log burning stove, and outdoor kitchen on the decking.
Keldy is perfect for...
North York Moors National Park
Whitby, Scarborough & Robin Hood’s Bay
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (and Harry Potter steam train!)
Cinder Track coastal hike
Bransdale Loop cycling trail
On-location 100m zip wire experience
Our easy pay monthly option means you can spread the cost of your stay, including many activities and extras. Plan your perfect escape today - book now, add your extras, then split into manageable monthly payments before your break.
At Keldy, cosy Classic Golden Oak cabins blend seamlessly into idyllic Yorkshire woodland. Enjoy plenty of space to relax and added extras for your perfect break. Cabins are built on two levels with stairs.
NEW from April 2023. Carve out time together in stunning natural surroundings. Soak in the freestanding bath, cosy up in front of the log burning stove. From the moment you arrive, you can feel the calm of the forest wrap around you.
At Keldy you'll find some of the most unique wildlife in the UK
Common spotted orchid
One of the features of Keldy is the open meadows, which have a wondrous variety of flora, providing an important habitat for many species. There is a magic carpet of tall grasses and flowering plants, the highlight of which are the orchids and in particular the beautiful ‘Common Spotted orchid’.
Other flowering plants include the Early Purple Orchid, Birds Foot Trefoil, Red Clover, Dames Violet and yellow rattle.
Keldy provides a home for many bird species. One to keep an eye (and ear!) out for is the migratory nightjar. They are nocturnal birds, most active at dawn and dusk when their dinner (moths) is flying about! They are ground-nesting birds and are masters at camouflage, their feather patterns resembling old leaves or bits of bark and you are therefore more likely to hear the distinctive ‘churring’ song of the male before you see it.