Rural Accommodation

Whin-moor Farm

Self Catering
£210.00
 -  £400.00
Notes : per week
Whin-moor Farm
West Heslerton
Malton
YO17 8RX
Enjoy England Self Catering 3 Stars
Please mention FarmingUK when enquiring about accommodation

Whin-moor Farm Pictures

Description

Owner Information
Barbara Pease
North Yorkshire
Phone : +44 (0)1944 738632
In a superb elevated position, commanding magnificent long distance views across a rolling rural landscape, this detached farm cottage situated on the owner's working farm is located approximately 4 miles from West Heslerton, a tranquil Wolds village. The villages around the area have good pubs with excellant food.

The seaside resorts of Scarborough, Whitby, Filey and Bridlington are within a short drive away and Flamingoland Theme Park and Zoo are also within easy access.

York with it's Minster and Railway Museum are only a 30 minute drive away.

The Cottage comprises of kitchen with dining area, living room, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is private parking and a large lawned garden with picnic table and garden chairs provided.

This well equiped cottage is the ideal holiday base where you are assured of a warm welcome. The cottage sleeps up to five, plus a cot is also available and is centrally heated throughout. Sorry no pets are allowed due to the cottage being on a working farm. The cottage also operates a non-smoking policy.

Facilities Available:

Central Heating
TV
Iron & Ironing Board
Linen Included
Private Parking Shaving Point
Washing Machine
DVD & Freeview box
Laundry Facilities 
Working Farm 
Garden Patio 
Linen Provided 

Maps

Things to see and do in North Yorkshire

Whitby Abbey
Whitby Abbey

Whitby Abbey, one of Britain's best loved attractions is a magnificent reminder of the early church's power and dedication. A visit to this iconic gothic ruin in the famous seaside town, is a must when visiting the Yorkshire coast, where generations have been drawn to this dramatic headland as a site of settlement, religious devotion and literary inspiration. Delve deep into the Abbey's 2,000 year history with archaeological discoveries on show in the museum and fly through time in the interactive visitor centre which brings the history of the Abbey to life.
York Minster
York Minster

York Minster is one of the great cathedrals of the world. We invite you to enjoy its vast spaces, filled with music and revealing the human imagination at work on glass, stone, and other fabrics. Whatever your faith and culture, you are welcome here, to see for yourself the life of a centre of Christian belief. York Minster is loved not only by people in the United Kingdom and Yorkshire, but by countless people across the globe. We hope you will be among them.
Mother Shipton
Mother Shipton

Mother Shipton is England’s most famous Prophetess. She lived some 500 years ago during the reigns of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. Her Prophetic visions became known and feared throughout England, with many of them still proving uncannily accurate today. The Cave, her legendary birthplace is near to the famous, unique, geological phenomenon - The Petrifying Well. See its magical cascading waters turn items into stone!
Captain Cook Memorial Museum
Captain Cook Memorial Museum

The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby's harbour where the young James Cook lodged as apprentice. It was here Captain Cook trained as a seaman, leading to his epic voyages of discovery.
JORVIK Viking Centre
JORVIK Viking Centre

Everything in JORVIK Viking Centre is based on archaeological evidence unearthed during the Coppergate excavations undertaken between 1979–81 by York Archaeological Trust. Archaeologists started digging on the site of an old sweet factory and unearthed remains of 10th century Viking-age buildings that were surrounded by moist, spongy layers of earth similar to that of a peat bog. These damp conditions helped preserve everyday Viking items such as wood, leather, cloth, bugs and even a Viking toilet and its contents. In total, an incredible 40,000 objects were uncovered by excavating 36,000 layers and sieving 8 tonnes of soil!
National Railway Museum
National Railway Museum

Discover over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects. Marvel at the record-breaking Mallard, watch engineering work in progress in the Workshop, see locomotives moving on the turntable, or let off steam in the outdoor play area.
The York Dungeon
The York Dungeon

Welcome to the official website of the York Dungeon, the scariest attraction in York and the most horrible day out in history! Come for fun, come to be scared, come to be educated, come as a party, a school trip or on your own… if you dare!
York Art Gallery
York Art Gallery

York Art Gallery combines a distinguished history of displaying fine paintings and ceramics with a modern-day welcome to all through a busy calendar of exhibitions, events and outreach work. Paintings are displayed in six areas over the two floors of the gallery and are divided into themes such as portraits and landscapes. They span more than 600 years and range from 14th century Italian panels and 17th century Dutch masterpieces to Victorian narrative paintings and 20th century works by LS Lowry and David Hockney.
Yorkshire Air Museum
Yorkshire Air Museum

A fascinating and dynamic museum, authentically based on a World War Two Bomber Command Station. The unique displays include the original Control Tower, Air Gunners' Collection, Barnes Wallis' prototype 'bouncing bomb' and a superb new exhibition telling the story of RAF Bomber Command. Our rapidly expanding collection of historical aircraft depicts aviation from its earliest days, to World War Two with the awesome and unique Halifax rebuild through to post war jets.
Flamingo Land Resort
Flamingo Land Resort

Flamingo Land is one of the UK's most recognisable theme parks, providing family fun and entertainment for over 40 years, as well as the opportunity to see our legendary pink flamingos.