Quality 4* and Silver Award winning Yorkshire B&B in Crayke, located on an arable farm, surrounded by stunning countryside.
per person per night
Ideally situated for walking and cycling
All bedrooms are south facing
Breakfast ingredients locally sourced
All rooms en-suite
Hazelwood and Mosswood:
King size bed
Fluffy bath robes
Flat screen colour TV
Tea & coffee making facilities
Sleeps max 2 adults and 2 children under 11 yrs
Fluffy bath robes
Freeview colour TV and DVD player (films to borrow)
Tea and coffee-making facilities
2 doubles (Hazelwood and Mosswood) and 1 family room (Minster View)
Hazelwood Farm B&B is situated just 10 minutes walk from the picturesque village of Crayke, which is set atop the famous hill up which the Grand Old Duke of York reputedly marched his 10,000 men. The sights in and around Crayke are stunning, and include its 15th Century castle and church, and the beautiful, undulating countryside which surrounds the village.
Our arable farm spans 100 acres, amidst which our late 19th Century farmhouse and modern guest annex lie. The guest annex was constructed in 2006, and has three beautiful en suite bedrooms which are comfortable and cosy and come complete with a colour TV, hairdryer, fluffy bathrobes and a well stocked hospitality tray.
The Hazelwood and Mosswood guest bedrooms have king-size beds and are located on the first floor with stunning views across the Vale of York. The Minster View bedroom is a family room which can sleep up to two adults and two children and is situated on the ground floor with French doors leading onto the south facing terrace.
Start the day with a deliciously home cooked full Yorkshire breakfast which is freshly prepared using locally sourced produce and eggs from our own hens. If you fancy a lighter option then there is a vast selection of cereals, yogurts, fresh fruit, croissants and plenty of tea and coffee.
Hazelwood Farm is set within beautiful countryside making it the perfect base for walkers as we are situated near both The Cleveland Way and The Wolds Way and there is also a selection of local footpaths to explore and for cyclists as we are close to the Sustrans National Cycle Route 65.
Also close by there is the market town of Thirsk, where James Herriot once lived and the historic city of York is a short drive away.
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