Welcome to Barmoor, self-catering
Hutton-le-Hole in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
Barmoor offers simple, self-catering accommodation for up to 27 people in 9 bedrooms. It is a house run by a Quaker trust (Registered Charity No: 513221) as a non-profit organisation, to enable periods of communal living for groups engaged in charitable activities or such as would fit the Charity Commission criteria, and at reasonable cost.
The house was built in 1908 in the Arts and Crafts Style, and has been moderinised to a limited degree, so that it still retains its original features and atmosphere of a family home. It is set on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors near the village of Hutton-le-Hole.
Barmoor is used by a range of people. Educational and spiritual groups, refugees from war, people recovering from mental illness, health practitioners and arts organisations – all have welcomed the peaceful atmosphere of this house for renewal and respite from the stresses of urban life. For many, sharing in the daily tasks of the household is what makes a stay at Barmoor special.
If vacancies are not filled by charitable bookings they may be made available for private use at a commercial rate. Income from these lets is used to support the charitable aims. Such vacancies are mostly during midweek periods.
Barmoor – a place of nourishment; spiritually, physically, and emotionally.
A place which touches a great number of people.
The following pages provide more information about Barmoor. If you require further details please do not hesitate to contact us. Our Bookings Secretary will deal personally with your request and we hope to make your visit special.
Thank you for taking the time to read these pages – please email us with any comments.
The Barmoor Trustees