Yorkshire Wolds Holiday Cottages

The Yorkshire Wolds is a delightful but relatively unknown corner of Yorkshire. The Wolds run in an arc from the Humber and break onto the coast with the dramatic cliffs at Bempton and Flamborough. Gentle undulating countryside cut through with spectacular deep valleys are scattered with picturesque villages and traditional market towns.  The Dales are also home to the artist David Hockney, who can sometimes be seen painting “en plein air” capturing the beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds.

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Broadgate Farm Cottages, Beverley, East Yorkshire

Broadgate Farm Cottages, Beverley

Award winning collection of 6 large luxury Holiday Cottages set on our farm just 2 miles from Beverley,East Yorkshire. 2,3,4 & 6 bedroom cottages all with free wifi. Arrive any day. Ground floor bedrooms/wetrooms. 4*Gold & 5*Gold. SEE VIRTUAL TOURS. Pets welcome.

The High Barn, Beverley, East Yorkshire

The High Barn, Beverley

Lovely large 6 bedroom barn conversion set on our farmstead in 19 acres of grass and woodland two miles from the historic town of Beverley. Free wifi - arrive any day. SEE OUR VIRTUAL TOUR ON OUR WEBSITE. AWARD WINNING COTTAGES. Pets welcome.

The Cart House, Beverley, East Yorkshire

The Cart House, Beverley

Award winning large 4-bedroom barn conversion - 5 star Gold. Free wifi - all on one floor, spacious ground floor bedrooms/wetrooms. Set on our rural farmstead in 19 acres of grass and woodland 2 miles from the historic town of Beverley. Arrive any day. Pets welcome. SEE OUR WEBSITE VIRTUAL TOUR

The Forge, Beverley, East Yorkshire

The Forge, Beverley

A lovely Award winning 2-bedroom East Yorkshire cottage sleeping 4 near Beverley set on our farmstead in 19 acres of grass and woodland. 5 Star Gold Award. Free wifi - pets welcome - arrive any day. See our virtual tour on our website via the link button on our main page.

Beverley, a most delightful Torkshire town, is well worth a visit with its Minster and Georgian Quarter and many historic buildings. It also has a great collection of independent shops and restaurants.  Driffield, known as the capital of the Wolds, is an unspoilt traditional market town which still has a market every Thursday. Beverley also has a large market on Saturday and a smaller market on Wednesday.

The area is home to some wonderful stately homes, Burton Agnes is a lovely Elizabethan Hall, listed as one of the top 20 stately homes in the country. Sledmere House in Driffield is a magnificent stately home, also worth visiting for its gardens. As well as exploring the houses both Burton Agnes and Sledmere have lovely gardens.

The Wolds is a lovely holiday or short break destination for cycling and walking holidays with a network of walks and cycle routes to suit all abilities. The 79-mile Wolds Way route also features a collection of open air art works/sculptures. Wander – Art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way features ten contemporary artworks all designed to complement and enhance the landscape and delight visitors as they discover them in unexpected and unusual settings. As you explore the Wolds you will find natural beauty, hidden valleys, an abandoned medieval village, fine churches and chalk streams.

The Wolds sits within the Yorkshire Nature Triangle and this area is truly a delight – amazing collections of sea birds, with puffins and gannets, rare migrant birds, wildlife meadows and ancient woodlands. There are numerous wildlife reserves and the whole area is alive with opportunities for the enthusiast.