Nestling in the idyllic, rural North Yorkshire countryside, Staveley is a charming, traditional small village with a pretty village green, thriving local pub, with a beautiful Nature Reserve. Staveley embodies the peaceful charm of traditional English Village life.
Approaching from the A1, North or South
Leave the A1 M at Junction at Junction 48 and follow the signs for Knaresborough.
Drive on the A6055 through the village of Minskip and once you have almost passed through the village, look for a right hand turn signposted Staveley. This is Arkendale Road.
After a couple of miles you will arrive in Staveley, drive through the village and as you reach the end of Main Street look to your right for The Royal Oak public house. Little Lodge is right next door.
From the A1 to Little Lodge is about 10 minutes driving time.
You can park directly outside Little Lodge.
Approaching from Knaresborough
At the Bond End end of Knaresborough High Street take the A6055 signposted for Boroughbridge.
Once outside Knaresborough look out for a left hand turn signposted Farnham. This is Farnham Lane.
At the T Junction turn right. Once up the hill look for a left hand turn signposted Staveley. This is Occaney Lane.
As you enter the village, the church will be on your left, look for the Royal Oak just after the church and Little Lodge is situated right next door.