Prices & Booking

Garden Room

£55 - £90

Lovely large room, with two armchairs, a wood burning stove, French doors to the garden, access to a covered cooking area with gas stove and microwave, fridge etc

Shepherd's Hut

£50 - £80

The hut is at the top of the garden with views to Studley Royal deer park. It has its own private deck with a fire pit and free wood.  There is a loo just behind the hut and a shower room 50 metres away.

Tree House

£45 - £75

The tree house has a double bed in it and views towards Studley Royal deer park.  It is 3 metres up in an old ash tree. So using the loo in the night is down the steps to a composting outside facility. 

Self catering cottage


The cottage adjoins our house. Upstairs: double bedroom, bathroom, single bedroom (suitable for 2 younger children). Downstairs there is a large dining room , a living room with an open fire and a small kitchen with an aga stove. 



Booking Information Form

1.Contact email address + name

2. How many in party?

3. How many rooms?

4. Configuration of beds (doubles / singles)

5. Date of arrival

6. How many nights

7. Mobile No

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Terms & Conditions

What we will provide. will provide guided runs of a length agreed in advance by the individual or group. In most circumstances I will personally act as guide but if for some reason this is not possible, I will make sure you are guided by a local runner with considerable navigation experience.  All guides will carry the basic safety equipment advised by the Fellrunners Association and Long Distance Walkers Association (full body waterproofs, map, compass, whistle, spare thermal top, extra water food/gels)

What you need.

You need to remember your running shoes as these are the most difficult things to borrow! I recommend a shoe with good studded grip to assist you on muddy slippy descents - road shoes are not appropriate(for advice re: shoes contact Bring a small running backpack or bumbag is useful to carry your favourite snacks/drinks if we are running long distances.  A change of clothes (useful to have your own towel and some spare clothes to pull on if we go into a café or pub at the end of a long run). You may want to go out for a meal in Ripon so some clothes for the evening.

Confirmation of Booking and Payment.

When you have filled in the booking form I will confirm the dates and send BACS details. £100 deposit secures the booking.

Cancellation (loss of deposits)

It is possible that you may have to cancel at short notice because of an injury.  If this is the case I will try and re-book you for another suitable week-end or you could still come and get some physiotherapy and do a little running.  If you give me less than 30 days notice from the first day of your booking, I reserve the right to retain your deposit if I cannot book other runners (I will do my best, but the later you cancel the harder this is for me). Equally, it is possible that I may have an injury and if this is the case, I will offer you the option of still coming and I will arrange for one of my local running guides to take you out, or you can re-book for another date. If I cancel your booking and you have incurred travel expenses, I will re-fund these to you.


Outdoor activities can be hazardous and it is important that all participants understand that there are risks involved in off road running. Routes can be slippy, muddy, icy and almost always uneven. Trips and falls are common even for experienced runners and minor injuries are not unusual. It is particularly easy to fall if you are not wearing footwear with sufficient grip. We recommend shoes with a studded grippy sole like Inov 8 295 shoes. The deep studded sole is helpful in the mud and wet, but no shoe will grip wet rock and care must be taken at all times on these surfaces.  We expect all participants to take the advice of the guides at all times. It is also essential that participants are sure that they are fit enough to run the distance that they have agreed to run. is a guided running company specialising in off-road running in North Yorkshire. Participants will be reminded at the time of booking that they must be fit enough to take part.  Participants should take medical advice if they are in any doubt about their health status. Participants are asked to inform jelleylegs of any health problems that may affect their running. It may be advisable to take out insurance if you are worried about an injury affecting your ability to work.

Participation Statement.

Your acknowledgement of risk: provides an off road running experience.  There are always risks in these places. These may be from rough terrain, weather, water, equipment, other people, or wildlife.  Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.

Insurance. carries full public liability insurance. If you already have insurance, please check it covers you for the activities you will be undertaking with

Health, Fitness and Medical.

You must have a level of fitness appropriate to the running activity for which you are booking. You must inform us at the time of booking, or as soon as the case arises of any medical or non-medical conditions that might affect you or any other participant's safety and enjoyment.  All medical details will be treated in confidence.


All running takes place in a rural environment where the effect of the weather can be particularly severe, even during the summer. The weather can limit what we are able to do, and client safety is our first consideration. There may be occasions where we are unable to complete a planned route due to the prevailing weather. In these circumstances we will offer an alternative route. However, running will be offered whatever the weather and if the forecast is bad, please bring appropriate clothing and footwear.