• The Cottage... luxurious beds, gorgeous bathrooms, cosy log fire and sunny garden room Read more...
  • The Treehouse... A romantic cabin for two in the trees Read more...
  • Woodland Cabins... grownup camping in an idyllic setting Read more...
  • The Dairy... luxurious self contained studios...romantic getaway or cosy retreat for friends Read more...
  • The Summerhouse bunk in together in our converted Summerhouse; glamping on a grand scale Read more...
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Guides & Press

Yorkshire Post 25.06.17

‘Top 3 Yorkshire places to stay in a tree house’

‘Number 1 The Tree House at Dale Farm. This romantic tree top cabin for two has a quirky outdoor kitchen with deck, barbecue, sink and seating perfect for al fresco dining.’

Travel Guardian 15.02.14

‘Cool Cottages…Alpine Style…Number 1 Dale Farm Cabins, North Yorkshire’

‘For camping with an off-piste twist, these three gingham curtained cabins offer a mix of simplicity and comfort…they’re a bit like mountain hikers’ huts, each spruce little cabin sleeping two with woodburning stoves, a barbecue deck, beds, kettle, cutlery and crockery…’

Sue Woodcock’s Wolds Diary

The village is friendly, full of history and fine and historic buildings.  The community is vibrant, the people charming and the architecture stunning…should I ever be looking for a holiday destination, Hunmanby would be high on my list! Yorkshire Post 21.9.13

50 Best Beaches

The timeless Edwardian resort of Filey has buckets of charm and all the essentials; spotless sands, donkeys, Coble Landing and absolutely no neon. Sunday Times 9.6.13

The Land of Hockney and prize winning fish and chips: Yorkshire is in a world of its own

We had seen the David Hockney exhibition of Wolds paintings of this sublime landscape at the Royal Academy in London, and now we were in the real thing. The defining details, small groups and lines of trees against the suddenly-folding Wolds are magnificent in any season. So it doesn’t matter when you visit. Daily Mail 20.4.13

50 things every Yorkshire child should do:

Number 1 – ‘Swim in the North Sea- Cayton Bay and Hunmanby Gap are good spots.
Yorkshire Post – 31.3.13

The Dermott O’Leary Show

It’s really beautiful up there at Bempton Cliffs. There is an RSPB nature resrve and you can walk for miles along the cliffs
The Dermott O’Leary Show – BBC Radio 2 – 31.3.13

30 Best Places to Live by the Sea in Britain

Number 3 on the list is Filey, North Yorkshire
‘Why is it so great? This unspoilt former fishing village is a low-key alternative to Whitby, with a stunning five-mile stretch of sand. Famous landmarks include Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head and there are lots of pubs and restaurants.’
The Times – 23.3.13

Have you got a hidden gem you can tell us about?

A beach on the East Coast which always seems overlooked by the crowds yet has fabulous sands and a little café to get tea and sandwiches when we are not having a makeshift barbecue on the beach is at Hunmanby Gap. The car park at the top of the cliff is run by a man with the most fantastic Parson’s Terrier. A great place.
Ian Bevitt, TV Director – Yorkshire Post 27.10.12 – My Yorkshire…