- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- In room Wifi
- Fully insulated and fitted with a log burning stove
- Proper beds with bed lined provided
- Outside decking with a barbecue and seating area
Features & Facilities3 fully-insulated/double-glazed cabins (each accommodating 2 people + 1 dog). Also big enough to fit 1 travel cot or 1 small camp bed/blow up mattress. Proper beds and bed linen provided. Tableware and candles included. 1 indoor shower room shared between the 3 cabins with shower, sink and toilet. Access to running water. Electric light, double socket, lamp and kettle. Deck with barbecue. Log burning stove (logs available to purchase on site). The Summerhouse has a fully-equipped kitchen, shower room, double bed (plus twin camping cots) and open plan living room. Also includes a wood-burning stove, BBQ and direct access to Dale Farm's gardens. The Treehouse has a separate living and sleeping area, en suite shower and downstairs a loo and outside kitchen. Towels and bed linen supplied. Chiminea and BBQ. Seating and dining deck. Free wi-fi on site. Parking.
Dale Farm is a gateway to Whitby and the North Yorkshire Coast. Bridlington and the Yorkshire Wolds are synonymous with the town's most-famous resident, David Hockney. Hop on the Hockney trail to explore that landscapes that inspired some of the great man's work. If you're feeling particularly energetic, why not have a crack at the 79 mile Yorkshire Wolds Way? Twenty minute's drive away, Dalby Forest offers world-class mountain biking trails, plus a Go Ape! (0843 770 3911) high-wire course. The moorland nature reserve at nearby Staindale offers stunning views of the Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (01723 870423). Further north, Filey is great for sailing and sea fishing at Filey Brigg. For twitchers, RSPB Bempton (01262 851179) is easily the best place in England to see seabirds. Further up the coast, Scarborough makes for a great day out with its castle, South Bay and famous Spa.
Food & Drink
Liz's delicious breakfast butties are made to order. A mile and a half away in Hunmanby village, you'll find a decent selection of shops, plus a couple of cracking little pubs in The Cottage Inn (01723 892475) and Horse Shoe Inn (01723 892439). Bridlington boasts a few little culinary gems including the Little Organic Bakery (07853303049) and Audrey's (01262 671920), Brid's best chippy.
Follow the A64 in an eastwards direction until you get to the roundabout at Staxton, then take the second exit (A1039). Turn right on to White Gate Hill. Turn right on to Hall Park Road (Hunmanby Hall is on your left) and continue across the crossroads on to Bartindale Road. Dale Farm is about a mile down this road on the right hand side in the dip. In summer there is a trough of red geraniums at the end of the drive.
Frequent trains from north and south on the east coast mainline to York. Then take the Transpennine Express to Seamer (this is also the direct route from Manchester). Liz can collect from the station if required. Alternatively, take another little train right in to Hunmanby.
For overseas visitors, Humberside (Hull) Airport 54 miles; Doncaster’s Robin Hood Airport and Leeds Bradford International Airport are both approximately 70 miles. Ferry to Hull from Rotterdam or Zeebrugge.