The perfectly situated Lodge Park

Nearby attractions

Scampston is the perfect spot for a holiday home - the Park Lodges are exactly mid-way between the historic city of York and the seaside town of Scarborough. Just five miles from the idyllic market town of Malton and nestled within the Vale of Pickering, this is an area with real character.

Within just 25 miles there are over 100 Yorkshire Tourist Board recognised visitor attractions, from Castle Howard to the new Alpamare waterpark – there is plenty to keep you, or the grandchildren, entertained. For walkers, painters, or just those who enjoy a jolly good view, the Wolds and Moors are situated very nearby. The site is also within a stone’s throw of a network of spectacular cycle routes.

Take a look below at our list of top things to see and do in the area!

The Coast

The North Yorkshire Coast is home to many pretty towns, including Whitby, Ravenscar & Scarborough. This area of Britain’s Coastline is known as Yorkshire’s Dinosaur Coast and is a perfect spot to hunt for fossils while enjoying breath-taking views all around. Also celebrated as a foodie hotspot, the area houses a fantastic breadth of local produce found both in the pubs and restaurants as well as local suppliers and delicatessens, bursting with an array of mouth-watering goodies.

Five places not to be missed: Whitby Harbour, Scarborough Sea Front, 199 Steps, Scarborough Open Air Theatre (Seasonal), Robin Hood's Bay


The Wolds

The Yorkshire Wolds present beautiful chalk landscapes with valleys and stunning wildlife, alongside vibrant market towns and ancient villages. Arcing from Filey Bay and miles of golden beaches in the north, to bustling Hessle in the south - home of the renowned Humber Bridge. Whether you're seeking peace and tranquillity or exploratory days out, the views and activities offered by the 79-mile Way, provide plenty to do.

Five places not to be missed: Burton Agnes Hall, The Fiddle Drill, Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail, Market Weighton, Streetlife Museum of Transport

The Moors

The North York Moors is a very special place. History and nature have come together over the years to create an amazingly vibrant landscape, rich in heritage and wildlife – making it an inspiring place both to visit and to live. Known for its diverse and dramatic scenery, the seemingly endless heather moorland holds international importance for biodiversity against a backdrop which is both striking and unusual.

Five places not to be missed: NYM Railway, Sutton Bank, The Cleveland Way, Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley

The Howardian Hills

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Howardian Hills covers 79 square miles of North Yorkshire countryside. It is a unique and captivating landscape with its wooded rolling countryside, patchwork of arable and pasture fields and scenic villages. It is, of course, also home to Castle Howard - one of Britain's finest stately homes, set in a thousand acres of sweeping parkland dotted with statues, temples, lakes and fountains.

Five places not to be missed: Castle Howard, Kirkham Priory, The Black Swan at Oldstead, Eden Camp, Yorkshire Lavender


Hailed ‘Yorkshire’s Food Capital’, the buzz of Malton continues to grow. Home to Malton Cookery School, the Malton Food Tour & the Rare Bird Gin School, Malton hosts a Food Lovers Festival, a Monthly Food Market, Pop up of the North & Meadowfest. Alongside all of this, artisan producers, gift shops, art and workshops are rife throughout the town – offering entertainment for one and all!

Five places not to be missed: Florian Poirot, The Talbot, Yo Bakehouse, Groovy Moo, Roost Coffee


A city which offers a diverse mix of culture and history, where chocolate, Romans and ghost stories collide! Where modern day meets ancient and numerous secrets and experiences can be found around every corner. The variety of attractions and museums are world-renowned, and feature alongside a combination of character filled independent and high street shops, as well as an array of dining options, all amongst the stunning historic surroundings.

Five places not to be missed: York Minster, York’s Chocolate Story, York Art Gallery, Jorvik Centre, Shambles Food Court

How to Find Us

Scampston Park Lodges are situated on the south side of the A64 Leeds/Scarborough road, approximately 5 miles from Malton and just to the east of the village of Rillington.

Driving from Leeds/York/Malton up the A64 towards Scarborough you will pass through the village of Rillington. Approximately 1/2 mile after Rillington 'Scampston Park Lodges' is signposted off to the right, soon after you have passed the main gates of Scampston Hall on your left. You will turn right onto Mill Lane - follow this road for a short distance and you will see the main entrance to the Lodge park on your right.

The Park entrance is off Mill Lane and is clearly signed from the A64.

About the Park
From start to finish every detail has been considered to ensure that the park is the destination of choice for discerning second-home owners.
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