About The Hut
The Hut is set in almost 4 acres of land, with superb views across the surrounding moors and a tranquil setting only interrupted by the sound of the passing steam train, winding its way between Pickering and Goathland.
Located by the village cricket ground and sports field, the Hut boasts:
- a single storey, portal steel framed energy efficient building
- a solar panel network on the south facing roof
- underfloor heating, with zone controls throughout
- energy efficient lighting
- main hall with cafe bistro seating area
- tables and seating for up to 100 people
- available marquee, which sits parallel to the main building and can hold a further 80 people
- fully fitted & equipped kitchen
- walk-in showers
- changing rooms
- wellbeing treatment rooms
- accessible toilet & shower
- baby changing facilities
- car parking for up to 40 vehicles, with overflow parking on the adjacent sports field
- outside seating made from recycled plastic.
- fully licensed for the sale of alcohol, music, singing, dancing and films
- available to hire
- a designated Warm Space
- fully accessible
- IT networked
- a CL Approved Motorhome site, available all year round, for up to five touring vehicles.
- a portable stage
- excellent acoustics
- a projector and screen.
The Hut also has a cultural heritage display, which features the village tradition of sword dancing and a commemoration to the twelve men of Goathland who gave their lives in World War 1. These men are also represented by corten steel statues located around the grounds, next to oak trees planted in 2018 by the village school children.