Hay Barn - Beautiful Escapes
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Hay Barn

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Hay Barn is one of a collection of four lovingly restored holiday barns set on an award winning eco friendly arable farm just 10 miles south of the historic City of York. Owners Brigita and Richard have created a sustainable model for the farm that extends to the holiday barns. The barns were sustainably restored using only renewable sources for all your energy needs, carbon neutral.

Hay Barn is an open gallery oak truss frame barn, filled with light, it has an easy flow throughout, a relaxed and welcoming place to be.

The living space is set on the first floor to take advantage of the views across the garden and open countryside. Taking centre stage in the living space is a beautiful oak dining table seating up 12, perfect for gathering when more than one of the barns are booked together.

Set on the ground floor are three en-suite bedrooms, all beautifully furnished and each with access to the garden creating perfect retreats for resting and relaxation.

In summer, throw open the French doors and enjoy breakfast al fresco in the garden or fire up the BBQ in the evening. On chilly days, the barn is warmed by underfloor heating and a log burner, keeping it warm and cosy whatever the weather.

The Long Barn is an entertaining barn onsite, which can be booked and set up for celebrations and events, a chef can be arranged for catering too. Contact us for more information about hiring the Long Barn.

A great location ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside, yet only a short drive from the City where you can enjoy the museums, galleries and shops.

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Hay Barn is one of a collection of four beautiful barn conversions at this location available individually or they can be booked together for larger group gatherings, weddings and events.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Living Space

The open plan living space is set on the first floor and enjoys views out across the garden to the fields beyond. The living space is furnished with comfy sofas with a cosy log burner to keep you warm on chilly days and a smart T.V. for watching your favourite movies.

Kitchen & Dining

The impressive oak dining table seating up to 12 people takes centre stage, ideal for when more than one barn is booked together. The kitchen is open plan, well thought out with everything you need to hand, the useful island unit provides the perfect spot for cooking up a treat whilst chatting to friends and family.

Exploring

Kelfield lies in the Vale of York on the River Ouse between the villages of Riccall and Cawood in the District of Selby, North Yorkshire. It sits in a traditionally rural setting, surrounded by farmland, many of the residents can trace their roots in the village back several generations. There are still a number of working farms situated within the village and surrounding area.

Local Pub

The Castle Inn is just a 20 minute stroll along the River Ouse just opposite the barn, takes you to the village of Cawood and lovely 17th century pub.

York Maze

One of York’s most popular summer attractions, family fun at the maize maze.

Yorks medieval city walls

Enjoy a stroll along the walls, at 3.4 kilometres long, the beautifully preserved walls are the longest complete medieval town walls in England.

York Minster

Europe’s largest gothic cathedral.  Climb the 275 steps of the Central Tower for the best view of York.  Marvel at the most beautiful stained glass windows.

The Shambles

The Shambles has been voted the most picturesque street in Britain and is the oldest shopping street in Europe.

York Castle Museum

Go back in time in the streets of York at the York Castle Museum.

York Railway Museum

Entry is free to the worlds largest railway museum.  Fun for young and old alike.

Shopping

Explore Yorks many boutiques and designer stores or visit the York Designer Outlet just ten minutes away from the barns for some retail therapy.

Scary Ghost Walks

At least 7 ghost walk tours run nightly around this most haunted city in Europe.

Jorvik Viking Centre

Visitors are invited to journey through the reconstruction of the Viking-age streets as they would have looked 1000 years ago.  In February each year, the annual Viking Festival hosts events out in the streets and river – recreating events from Viking past.

Bettys World Famous Tearooms

Founded in 1919, enjoy Bettys famous English Afternoon Tea with mouth watering cakes and refreshing teas.

Good To Know
  • Check in 4pm
  • Check out 10am
  • 1 x additional en-suite king bedroom available in an annex on site ‘The Sack Store’ at £70 per night. Contact us for more information on this room and to book it.
  • Eco laundry available on site
  • Private chef and catering options available
  • Electric car charging available
  • Shared games room on site
  • Garden for al fresco dining
  • Large oak dining table to dine 12 adults
  • Log Stove (Complimentary Logs)
  • Yorkshire Breakfast Basket/Wine
  • Travel Cot, Baby Bath, Stairgate, Highchair (subject to availability)
  • Tassimo Coffee Machine & Cafetiere
  • 49″ SMART 4K UltraHD TV (Netflix/NowTV/Prime)/DVD
  • Large Bluetooth speaker
  • Superfast Wifi
  • Bus service from the Barn to York and local areas

ROOM DETAILS

Super King Bed

Or

Twin Beds

En-suite

Walk in shower

W.C.

Basin

Super King Bed

Or

Twin Beds

En-suite

Walk in shower

W.C.

Basin

King Size Bed

En-suite

Bathtub with shower over

W.C.

Basin

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THE LOCAL AREA

Kelfield lies in the Vale of York on the River Ouse between the villages of Riccall and Cawood in the District of Selby, North Yorkshire. It sits in a traditionally rural setting, surrounded by farmland, many of the residents can trace their roots in the village back several generations. There are still a number of working farms situated within the village and surrounding area.

  • City of York 10 miles
  • Castle Howard 25 miles
  • Howardian Hills AONB 20 miles
  • North York Moors National Park 30 miles
  • North Yorkshire Coast 45 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park 40 miles
  • Designer outlet 9 miles
 Airports/Railway
  • York mainline station, London 2 hours
  • Leeds Bradford Airport 37 miles
  • Manchester Airport 80 miles