Levisham Station House is a heritage haven on the most remote station of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The lovingly restored former Station Master’s house offers a chance for guests to step back in time for a unique holiday experience.
The house is furnished to reflect the pre-war era, but with discretely added mod cons for guests’ convenience. It comfortably sleeps 6(7) on two floors:
• double en-suite bedroom (with an optional extra child’s bed)
• two twin bedrooms, all rooms with stunning views of the trains and station
• first floor bathroom with traditional-style suite and electric shower
• kitchen with traditional sink and range (and a pantry full of mod cons!)
• sitting room with wood burner and a discrete TV/DVD player
• former ticket office with comfy seating for train watching and reading
• an extensive railway book collection and wind up gramophone with 78s
• hallway complete with harmonium, for the musically minded
• large lawned front garden, fenced for dogs
• private gravelled back garden with private parking
Trains run daily April-October, stopping outside the house. We encourage guests to pre-book and consider joining the NYMR for discounted tickets as well as supporting the railway.
Children are welcome but the house is not equipped for little ones and parents need to be aware of hazards beyond the front door.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome downstairs, for an extra charge of £20 for up to 2 dogs.
Accessibility – Please note, the bedrooms and the main bathroom are upstairs. A separate downstairs bathroom with walk-in shower and toilet may be hired at extra cost (this is part of the owners’ private bedsit, beyond the kitchen). A wheelchair-friendly path has been built across the back yard to the back porch area, but there are thresholds to front and back doors, and steps up to the station platform.