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When contacting these places, please mention that you saw them on the New Lyke Wake Club website.

WEST (Osmotherley)


Queen Catherine Hotel   ( SE 457 972 )
7, West End
Osmotherley   DL6 3AG
Tel. 01609 883209

Golden Lion
6 West End
Osmotherley   DL6 3AA
01609 883526

Three Tuns
9 South End
Osmotherley   D17 8PP
01609 883301

Hostel – Osmotherley

Cote Ghyll   ( SE 461 981 )
Osmotherley   DL6 3AH
01609 883425

Now being run by Helen and Jonathan Hill from the adjacent camp site (next entry). More information on this page.


Helen and Jonathan Hill run Cote Ghyll Caravan & Camping Park, situated in a pretty valley roughly ¼ mile / ½ km north of Osmotherley on the way towards the western end of the Lyke Wake Walk. They add that it has “exceptional heated facilities including bathroom and laundry. A warm welcome awaits. Groups accepted.”


B & B.

Braemar Bed & Breakfast   ( SE 449 972 )
Clack Lane
Osmotherley   DL6 3PW
01609 883566

Vane House   ( SE 457 973 )
11a North End
Osmotherley   DL6 3BA
01609 883448

Somerset House Farm
Ingleby Cross
Ingleby Arncliffe
Northallerton   DL6 3JP
(about 3 miles north of Osmotherley, just off the A19)

01609 882555

Swan House   (NZ 442 037)
Trenholme Bar
North Yorkshire   DL6 3JY
(about 5 miles north of Osmotherley, just off the A19)

01642 700555
07930 855205
07930 271396

Other facilities

The Coffee Pot
1 North End
Osmotherley   DL6 3BA
They say “It’s a good place to get a hearty breakfast before setting off”.

Walking Shop
4, West End
Osmotherley   DL6 3AA

Top Shop (Next to Vane House – up hill)
Fish and Chip Shop (Next to Queen Catherine)


Lord Stones Café, restaurant and shop   (NZ 525 031)
Carlton Bank,
Chop Gate,
Nr Stokesley
01642 778227
Lordstones is a privately owned Country Park that has recently been developed and refurbished by its new owners, Urra Estate. It also features camping and luxury camping pods.

The Lion Inn   (SE 679 997)
Blakey Ridge
Kirbymoorside   YO62 7LQ
01751 417320
The Lion Inn has ten rooms. The camping field at The Lion is available for bona fide Lyke Wake Walkers and coast to coast walkers.

Cropton Forest Lodge (Sue and Ben Blackburn) is about 3½ miles / 5½ km south of the Walk where it crosses the Wheeldale Road.

EAST (Ravenscar)

A large area of Fylingdales Moor from Lilla Cross eastwards is managed for conservation. Special conservation efforts are directed towards the merlin (Britain's smallest falcon) - for which the North York Moors are a fragile, but nationally important breeding area. Please take particular care during your crossing not to disturb the wildlife. Further resources on wildlife in the area can be found on this page on the North York Moors National Park website and you can also download a great leaflet regarding Moorland Wildlife on Fylingdales Moor


Raven Hall Hotel   (NZ 981 018)
North Yorkshire   YO13 0ET
Bar, Food, Accommodation
01723 870353
The traditional end of the Lyke Wake Walk

Falcon Inn (SE 972 981)
Whitby Road
Near Cloughton
North Yorkshire   YO13 0DY
Bar, Food, Accommodation
01723 870717


Lowfield Touring Caravan & Camping Site (TA 001 977)
Downdale Road
Nr. Scarborough   YO13 0EZ
01723 870574

Bent Rigg Farm (NZ 985 019)
Church Road
(On left Just past village hall.) – Anthony White
01723 870475


Ravenscar Village Hall (NZ 982 010)
– available for group hire.
Mrs. Val Russell
Church Road
Ravenscar   YO13 0LZ
01723 870801

Ravenscar Tea Rooms (NZ 9846 0131)
Located at Station Square by the Old Ravenscar station

There's a comprehensive list of places to stay on the Lets Stay North Yorkshire Moors website, “100% dedicated Accommodation and Tourist Guide for the North Yorkshire Moors and surrounding region.”


Bay Private Hire
6, Thorpe Lane
Robin Hood’s Bay   YO22 4RN
01947 880603

Steves Taxis
Hillside Cottage
Whitby   YO22 4TX
01947 880286


Trail Magic Baggage
“ You do the walking and your bags will be waiting for you at the end of a wonderful day”
07555 990562

North York Moors National Park Authority

Main Website for up to date information:

Although the New Lyke Wake Club does all that it can to help control erosion by asking walkers to limit the size of their groups, erosion still takes place on the route. If you wish to contribute directly in the control of the erosion, please visit the volunteers page on the National Parks website and seek Mid –Week ‘Hobs’ and ‘Mad’ Volunteers:

Tourist information

Further information may be found on the North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast websites.

Last update: 4th July 2023

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