May Half Term: Forbidden Corner with Overnight Stay £70 for Family of 4

Looking for cheap things to do with the family over the May Half Term?

Have a ganders at this little trip I’ve put together including entry to the Award Winning Attraction, The Forbidden Corner.

I’m really excited about this because I’ve never visited before and I’m planning on going along myself this Easter so I was super pleased to see just how cheaply you could put together a trip… so cheap in fact I just had to share it !

By grabbing your attraction tickets online and then shopping around and adding on a hotel for an over night stay you can enjoy a great little family get away.

I have based this deal on a family of four, 2 adults and 2 children however you can easily adjust the party size to suit your needs.

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The Forbidden Garden is an absolutely outstanding attraction which has finally had it’s recognition by TripAdvisor by being award the Second Best Attraction Park in the whole of the United Kingdom…  The prices are really reasonable and with plenty of cheap hotels around the area you can make a really good little break out of it.

CLICK HERE to read the reviews and more info on the Forbidden Garden.

Forbidden Corner Entry for Family of 4 = £44.00

Hotel for Family of Four = £26.00

TOTAL PRICE FOR FAMILY OF 4 = £70.00 (£18.00pp)

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What age range does The Forbidden Corner suit?
The Forbidden Corner is suitable for all age ranges, from children to adults. Please be aware that some section may scare younger children, but these sections can be avoided.

How long does a visit usually last?
A visit to The Forbidden Corner usually takes about 2 hours but people normally will spend a lot longer, you may go in and out of the gardens as many times as you like, but visitors must vacate the gardens before closing at 6pm.

Are the gardens suitable for pushchairs / wheelchairs?
There is only very limited access for wheelchairs and pushchairs in the gardens. We recommend that you bring a type of carrier for very small children. Unfortunately, large parts of the attraction is not accessible for wheelchairs or pushchairs.

What sort of food do you serve in the cafe?
The Corner Café serves freshly cut sandwiches which can also be made to order with various fillings, Scones, Sausage rolls, Yorkshire fruitcake & Wensleydale cheese, biscuits, cakes, ice cream etc and all sorts of hot & cold drinks.

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Do you have a picnic area and is it seated or grass areas?
We do have a picnic area, which has both seated and grass areas

Do you have free coach parking / car parking?
We have free coach and car parking available on site.

What is the nearest bus service / train station?
The nearest train stations are Northallerton and Darlington; bus services run to Leyburn, roughly 5 miles from The Forbidden Corner. Click here for a map to find The Forbidden Corner.

Do you have toilet facilities and are they disabled accessible?
We have toilet facilities adjacent to the car and coach parking bays, which are disabled accessible, also at the café entrance.

Are dogs allowed in the gardens?
Sorry, there are no dogs except guide dogs allowed in the gardens.

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