Caravan site


Electric hook-upFree Wi-FiToilet and hand basinChemical disposalIdyllic and peacefulCentrally located for Moors and Coast


All Caravan & Motorhome Club members are welcome in the Brawby Grange Orchard! These two peaceful acres are set amongst trees on a flat and well-kept lawn, between the farmhouse and fields. As a Certificated Location (CL), the setting is exclusively for CAMC members’ own recreational use, so come and enjoy!

Have friends or relations that don’t ‘do’ camping? Why not bring them along for Bed and Breakfast?! I offer The Granary also as Room Only for longer stays, customers have the benefit of a lovely suite complete with living area, en-suite and comfortable bed, they simply dine with their relations and as it is in the converted building they can come and go as they please.


Advance booking is always required by email or phone. Pitches are charged for purely on the basis of an overnight stay. We don’t have strict arrival/departure times as such, but during busy periods we would appreciate it if you can please aim for an arrival time of 3pm earliest, and a departure time of noon latest. This allows time for grass cutting and grounds maintenance. But if this doesn’t fit in well with your plans, please check with us and we can almost always be flexible.


There are two taps for two separate uses in the interests of hygiene. Drinking water can be taken from the tap on the hen hut. Utility water for washing down etc. is at the far end of the field near the gate. We request waste grey water is put in hedgeback not the chemical disposal.  Please note that the toilet emptying point is at a separate point – a lift up lid adjacent to the utility water / chemical disposal rinsing tap at the far end of the field. A flushing toilet and hand basin is to be found next to the entrance gate. We try to ensure that loo roll is provided but bring your own just in case!

Electric hook-ups

There are 6  230V / 10A electric power points available at six positions around the orchard and batteries can be charged on site. When moving around the CL, please be aware of other people’s cables!

Two electric points are on the front of the hen hut
Two electric points are in the pen in the centre of the orchard
Two electric points are on the right of the orchard (south edge)
Three electric points are in the back field

Rubbish and recycling

The refuse/recycling collection is every alternate Wednesday. Please use the green recycling boxes for plastic bottles and tins/cans, the blue canvas bags for paper/card, the black boxes for glass and the green wheelie bin for general rubbish. We would very much appreciate your help in recycling as much as possible.


We try to keep the grass cut regularly so please avoid leaving objects in the field that could damage the lawnmower!


Malton is the nearest and largest town for food provisions with Morrisons, Asda, Lidl and Sainsbury’s Local supermarkets. Pickering and Kirkbymoorside are also nearby and offer a good range of shops. The nearest retail parks are Clifton Moor and Monks Cross (just this side of York) for larger conglomerate high-street style shopping.


For Calor gas cylinders we recommend Coopers of Pickering, telephone 01751 472248. If you require Flo Gas, our nearest supplier is Flintoft Ironmongers in Pickering, 01751 472202. They also stock a range of outdoor clothing and camping equipment.

TV, Satellite and Wi-Fi

We are fortunate enough to enjoy excellent Freeview TV reception from our local transmitter at Bilsdale which on a clear day is visible on the horizon looking north-west. Alternatively, as we have plenty of space you are very welcome to use a portable satellite dish. We also have FREE high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access available to all.

Petrol / Diesel / Electric car charging

The nearest fuel stations are located at Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and Malton/Norton. Electric car charging facilities are also available on-site – 13A, Commando and Type 2 Mennekes.


There are post offices in Malton, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside. The post box in Brawby is emptied at approx. 4pm. The nearest public phone box is at Great Barugh (pronounced “Great Barf” !).

Livestock and animals

Please avoid contact with the nearby sheep, owned by local farmer Steve who checks them daily. In a livestock emergency his number is (01653) 668365. Our ponies live in the stables and adjacent fields and supervise all comings and goings. You might also see our cats Charlie and Rosie out on the prowl, please be aware Charlie (black and white) is partially deaf so may not hear your car coming.


Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on leads on the premises, there are plenty of walks to exercise them. They must not be allowed to frighten the cats, livestock or ponies.


No fires are allowed other than barbecues.


The cost is £15.00 per night per caravan, or £100 for a full week (7 nights), and electric hook-up and free Wi-Fi is included. There are no extra charges for awnings. No deposit is required to make a booking. Please pay in cash (preferred) or cheque at any time during your stay. If no-one is available at the house, please leave your money in the green postbox on the hen hut stating your surname. The maximum permitted stay is 28 consecutive days.