Below are a few options of nearby places to stay while you are in the area.
And of course, there is a wealth of choice on AirB&B.
No93 'oower Hoose (Easingwold) - Lovely guest house in Easingwold
Hazelwood Farm B&B (Easingwold / Crayke) - Local farmhouse B&B
The Orchard - Alne : If you'd prefer the self catering option, 'The Orchard' in Alne (the nearest village to Lund Studios) is well worth a look. The owners have kindly offered a discount for anyone booking directly with them (contact Pete on firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning the code Lund1511)
Seaves Mill - Brandsby : If you’d prefer a fully self-contained cottage for your visit - then it’s worth taking a look at this lovely converted mill on the edge of the Howardian Hills.
Campsites / Pods / Caravans :
There is a wide choice of campsites in the area. One of the closest is 'The Alders' in Alne - around 3 miles from the Lund. Great facilities for tents, caravans and campervans, as well as offering 'camping pods'.
Hotels / Inns:
The George - Market Place Easingwold
(Note - if booking the George, there is a 10% discount if you book on-line)
The Durham Ox - Crayke - Picturesque village pub with rooms
The Hawkhills - Close to the Lund, large country estate now run as a 'venue', occasionally offers very reasonably priced B&B. The link is their booking page on ‘Booking.com’
Burn Hall Hotel (Best Western)