Rural Accommodation

Life Hill Farm

Self Catering
£260.00
 -  £780.00
Notes : per week
Life Hill Farm
Sledmere
Driffield
YO25 3EY
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Owner Information
Andrew And Fay Grace
East Yorkshire
Phone : +44 (0)1377236224
An 18th century Georgian farmhouse with wonderful views over the Wolds and Humber estuary. Life Hill is a working farm close to Sledmere House within easy access to York, Bridlington, Scarborough, Beverley, Driffield and Hull. The North York Moors and Whitby are only 40 minutes drive away.

The Wolds are excellent walking and riding country; perfect for bringing your dog (and horse). Please see Yorkshire Wolds Way and the North York Moors National Park

The accommodation comprises of both bed and breakfast and self catering with the versatility of expanding the self catering for larger parties or families.

The double/family room in the farmhouse is a period room with a full bathroom suite and great views across open farmland. The two ground floor annex bedrooms, one double, one twin, have ensuite showers (one with disabled access).

The self catering facilities offer a cosy living room, kitchen and dining room if required. The bedrooms can be mixed and matched to suit your requirements. A breakfast is offered on request to self catering.

We look forward to seeing you...
Horses & dogs are welcome

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As featured on Five´s ´Buildings That Shaped Britain´
Accept Children 
Dish Washer 
Facilities for Children 
Freezer 
Ground Floor Bedroom 
Laundry Facilities 
Microwave 
Pets Accepted 
Stabling 
Tennis Court 
Working Farm 
Fridge 
Garden Patio 
Cycle Storage 
Linen Provided 
Parking On-Site 
Real Fires 

Maps

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The Deep
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Fort Paull
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The Rocking Horse Shop
The Rocking Horse Shop

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The Guildhall
The Guildhall

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