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East Yorkshire, the Wolds and Coast

Pasture House

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Introductory Offer – 15% off all bookings to arrive in January and February 2024!

Pasture House is a beautifully appointed holiday home for up to twelve guests, set in its own grounds with far reaching views across the Yorkshire Wolds, the land surrounding this stylish manor house has been farmed by owner Sarah’s family for 5 generations.

The restoration of the house, completed in 2021, was a real labour of love for Sarah, her meticulous attention to detail throughout the process is evident from the minute you step into the magnificent entrance hall, you immediately know that Pasture House is a very special place to be.

Boasting six luxuriously appointed en-suite bedrooms across three floors, a magnificent kitchen, generous living spaces, log burners, a bar and extensive gardens with two hot tubs, pizza oven, barbecue, and garden furniture – everything you need for a special celebration get together or for simply spending time with friends and family in beautiful surroundings, Pasture House has it all.

Pasture House can also be booked together with The Stables accommodating an additional 4 guests.

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Pasture House & The Stables

Pasture House sleeping 12 guests and The Stables sleeping four guests, are two luxuriously appointed holiday homes set in beautiful gardens close to the coast in the Yorshire Wolds. They can be booked separately or together for up to a total of 16 guests.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Kitchen & Dining

The kitchen and dining space at Pasture House is what cook’s dreams are made of, everything you need for cooking up tasty suppers and hearty breakfasts including a triple oven, microwave, full larder fridge and freezer, two Nespresso’s so no one has to wait for their monring caffeine fix. The vast dining table takes centre stage in the sun room open to the kitchen and comfortably seats up to 16 guests and offers views out across the Wolds, on chilly days light the log burner and get cosy in this kitchen of dreams.

Living Space

The perfect place to gather everyone together, with lots of space for relaxing by the log burner, getting sociable at the bar or why not enjoy a movie night on the supersize SMART T.V.

Willow

This spacious bedroom suite is set on the ground floor and offers accessible accommodation, it has a gentle colour palette and offers views out to the fields in front of the house. The en-suite has a shower, basin and W.C. with grab handles.

Whitebeam

Set on the first floor this colourful suite is spacious with lots of room for relaxing, the en-suite offers the luxury of a bathtub and shower with a double vanity unit.

Silver Birch

Overlooking the gardens and terrace to the rear, Silver Birch is a beautifully appointed boutique style suite including a chaise for relaxing, a claw foot bathtub takes centre stage, perfect for soaking any aching muscles after a day spent exploring and there is a separate en-suite with shower too.

Field Maple

Rich, country cream tones give this pretty suite a calm, restful feel, with views out across the fields and soft luxurious linens this is a room to escape to for rest and relaxation.

Oak

On the second floor Oak is a characterful, cosy room with warm tones and a laid back feel.

Beech

Warmth and opulence abound in this cosy yet chic bedroom suite set on the second floor.

Terrace and Gardens

The expansive terrace and garden offers views out across the Wolds and is furnished with everything you need for fun and relaxing times, including, pizza oven, barbecue, sun loungers, table and seating for al fresco dining and not one but two hot tubs and a large lawned area to enjoy it will be hard to steal yourself away from this Beautiful Escape.

Exploring

Exploring the coast

  • Fraisthorpe 10 miles
  • Filey 25 miles
  • Hornsea 6 miles
  • Bridlington 14 miles
  • Mappleton 9 miles
  • Flamborough and Bempton Cliffs – RSPB 20 miles
  • Cayton Bay – good for surfing 29 miles
  • Scarborough 32 miles Surf School
  • Whitby 54 miles
  • Robin Hoods Bay 42 miles
  • Ravenscar 40 miles
  • North York Moors National Park 35 miles
  • Beverley 9 miles
  • Hull 15 miles
  • Malton – food capital of the North 30 miles

Further afield

  • City of York 39 miles
  • Helmsley 45 miles
  • Thirsk 57 miles
  • Leeds 67 miles
  • Harrogate 62 miles

Places of interest

  • Castle Howard 35 miles
  • RSPB Bempton Cliffs 20 miles
  • Burton Constable Hall 11 miles
  • Sledmere House, Sledmere 18 miles
  • Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens, Burton Agnes 12 miles
  • Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Sewerby 17 miles
  • Tophill Nature Reserve 15 miles
  • North Cave Wetlands 21 miles
  • Hornsea Museum 6 miles
  • Yorkshire Museum of Farming York 39 miles
  • York Designer Outlet 35 miles

Activities and outdoor pursuits

  • Go Ape Dalby Forest 37 miles
  • Woldgate Trekking Centre 15 miles
  • Beverley Polo Club 9 miles
  • Beverley Racecourse 9 miles
  • Skydive Grindale 19 miles
  • Let Loose Adventure Park 11 miles
  • Billabong Watersports 1 mile
  • Xscape Castleford 52 miles
  • York Racecourse 39 miles
  • Dacre Lake Brandesburton 0.5 mile
  • Fosse Hill 1 mile
  • Fishing at Star Carr 0.5 miles
  • Shooting
    • Humberside Shooting Ground 1 mile
    • Raisthorpe Flyers Thixendale 23 miles

Golf

  • Hainsworth Park Brandesburton
  • The Oaks Aughton
  • Far Grange Skipsea
  • Bridlington Golf Cub Bridlington

Walking and Cycling – the land around Pasture House is private, there are lots of walks and cycle routes close by

  • Yorkshire Wolds Way
    • The Yorkshire Wolds Way is a 79 mile (127 km) walking route in the chalk landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds. The National Trail wends through some of the most tranquil and gentle countryside in England. From the banks of the mighty Humber estuary, along wooded slopes and through serene dry valleys, the walk climbs gently onto the airy tops of the rolling hills where on a clear day “you can see forever”. Descending from the northern escarpment the final section of the Way finishes on the dramatic headland of Filey Brigg.
  • Beverley Westwood
  • Fraisthorpe Beach

Eating Out

  • Bert’s Pizzeria Brandesburton
  • The Westwood Beverley
  • The Pipe and Glass South Dalton, booking essential
  • Tickton Grange
  • The Farrier Cayton
  • Whites Beverley
  • Chamas Beverley
  • Malton food capital of the North has its famous food festival last weekend in May, 30 miles
Good to Know
  • Dogs not allowed
  • Two hot tubs – towels provided
  • Luxury bed linen and towels included
  • SMART T. V.’s
  • Underfloor heating
  • Garden furniture, table, chairs and loungers
  • BBQ
  • Pizza Oven
  • Neff Appliances
  • Two Nespresso Machines
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Two Dishwashers
  • Microwave Combi
  • Two Ovens
  • Large fridge
  • Under counter freezer
  • Private parking for all guests
  • Travel cot/highchair on request

Supermarket Delivery – Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda

    • Local Supermarkets –  Co-Op Brandesburton, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose, Aldi, Lidl, Asda, Marks and Spence

Farm Shops

    • The Farm Shop Cranswick
    • Drewtons South Cave
    • Rose Cottage Driffield
    • Charters Butchers Leven
    • A Laverack & Son Holme upon Spalding Moor
    • Springdale Farm Shop Tickton Grange
    • Robert & Speights Beverley

ROOM DETAILS

Willow

Ground Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Shower with wheel in access, seat and grab rails

W.C. grab rails

Basin

Whitebeam

First Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Bath tub

Shower

Double Vanity Basins

W.C.

Silver Birch

First Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Shower

Double Vanity Basins

W.C.

Field Maple

First Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Bath tub

Shower

Double Vanity Basins

W.C.

Oak

Second Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Shower

Vanity Basin

W.C.

Beech

Second Floor

Super King or Twin Beds

Shower

Vanity Basin

W.C.

THE LOCAL AREA

Yorkshire Wolds 

The place that inspired some of the most iconic images by artist, David Hockney (as well as many poets, writers, photographers, film makers, it’s easy to understand why the Yorkshire Wolds are a source of such inspiration when you take in its wide-open spaces, vast views, breath-taking landscapes and stunning wildlife.

The outstanding Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail has been inspiring visitors for more than 40 years. This 79-mile trail (127km) National Trail, from Hessle to Filey provides memorable experiences along a route of chalk landscapes with hidden dry valleys, stunning field top views and an abundance of wildlife, thriving market towns and ancient villages

Boasting some of the most tranquil and gentle countryside in England, the Yorkshire Wolds Way can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone looking to take pleasure from the great outdoors.

Hornsea located on Yorkshire’s beautiful East coast, with its Blue Flag beach, quaint promenade and towering Victorian folly, Hornsea is a quintessential British seaside resort.

Once well known for its pottery production, the town is now home to Yorkshire’s largest freshwater lake which boasts over 250 species of birds.

This pretty town also marks the eastern end of the Trans Pennine Trail, so if you fancy tackling the scenic 215 mile walk, cycle ride or pony trek, this will be your finishing line or simply take a leisurely stroll and enjoy a picnic lunch.

For such a small town, Hornsea boasts plenty of interesting local history. The award-winning Hornsea Folk Museum is full of interactive displays and the largest collection of Hornsea Pottery in the world.

Burton Constable Hall, an Elizabethan mansion set in 300 acres of parkland, is also a fascinating place to spend an afternoon as is Wassand Hall a large Regency House which has been in one family ownership since 1520 and enjoys beautiful walled gardens, woodland walk and half-mile park walk with views of Hornsea Mere which belongs to the Estate.

Visit Hornsea in July to join the annual carnival, with stalls, rides and a brilliant fireworks display.

Beverley is a pretty market town, a prominent feature is the historic and attractive place of worship, Beverley Minster. Beverley is the county town of the East Riding of Yorkshire. The town centre is located 27 miles south-east of York’s centre and 15 miles north-west of City of Hull.

It’s an incredibly interesting, historic market town. Possessing it’s very own Minster (like York) and historic town centre, Beverley is a very pretty town which is full of wow factor for visitors.

There’s plenty to see and do, and some of the most famous pubs and restaurants in Yorkshire, at a slightly slower pace than you’ll find in a city. With the fabulous Yorkshire Wolds on your doorstep, and the East Yorkshire coast within easy reach too, Beverley is an excellent base for a Yorkshire tour.

You’ll find something interesting around every corner in Beverley, a town full of charm. Put this one on your list for your next trip to Yorkshire.

Exploring the coast

  • Fraisthorpe 10 miles
  • Filey 25 miles
  • Hornsea 6 miles
  • Bridlington 14 miles
  • Mappleton 9 miles
  • Flamborough and Bempton Cliffs – RSPB 20 miles
  • Cayton Bay – good for surfing 29 miles
  • Scarborough 32 miles Surf Scool
  • Whitby 54 miles
  • Robin Hoods Bay 42 miles
  • Ravenscar 40 miles
  • North York Moors National Park 35 miles
  • Beverley 9 miles
  • Hull 15 miles
  • Malton 30 miles food capital of the North

Further afield

  • City of York 39 miles
  • Helmsley 45 miles
  • Thirsk 57 miles
  • Leeds 67 miles
  • Harrogate 62 miles

Airports / Railway

  • Leeds Bradford Airport 68 miles
  • York Railway Mainline Station  39 miles
    • London to Kings Cross 2 hours
  • Hull Station 16 miles

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