This 18th century Yorkshire Wolds farmstead, close to wonderful Filey Bay, nestles in three leafy acres packed with wildlife, sculptures and curious collections. Walk deserted beaches, cycle quiet lanes or just soak up the rural bliss and enormous skies.
Choose from an eclectic collection of snug glamping accommodation with cosy log burners and quirky touches everywhere. A pretty light filled cottage, an airy apartment and two bright fresh studios have also been lovingly converted from the original farm buildings.
What makes a stay at Dale Farm unique?
This pretty country cottage is converted from the original farm hands’ cottage. Cosy in winter with a wood burner in the sitting room, range in the dining room and a light-filled garden room. In sunny weather you can sit in the part-walled garden and stoke up the BBQ. Head upstairs for 3 bright bedrooms with iron bedsteads, the double snugly in the attic, and 3 bathrooms in fresh blues and whites.
What is the capacity for Dale Farm?
The Cottage sleeps up to 7 people, and 1 well-behaved dog. There is also a travel cot and high chair, if required.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hunmanby area?
The Cottage's position, sandwiched between the Yorkshire Coast, the North York Moors National Park and the Yorkshire Wolds, makes it an ideal location for exploring the best of Yorkshire. Ideally placed for walkers, cyclists and lovers of wildlife, this is Hockney country. In addition, historic York is less than an hour away.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The closest village is Hunmanby, which is 1.5 miles away. Here, there are plenty of pubs, cafes and shops. A list of recommended restaurants and pubs is provided at The Cottage. Filey, just 10 minutes away by car, is a traditional seaside town, with all the usual elements that make the British seaside so well-loved. The broad, sandy beach is stunning, and there are donkey rides, beach chalets and a wonderful promenade. When the sun is shining, nothing could be finer than eating fish and chips on the harbour wall at Coble Landing.