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Nestled on a farmstead in the North York Moors National Park at the lower end of Farndale, famous for its wild daffodils, these historic barn conversions are designed to provide home from home - comfort being the key word!
The properties are well-equipped with full central heating, new electrical goods and well-stocked kitchens. Furnishings, fabrics, bedding and room layout are all planned with the discerning guest in mind.
Both farmhouse and cottages are on a working farm keeping cattle and sheep; it has been farmed by our family for over two hundred years. They overlook ancient stone buildings which once housed a mill and tannery, also being worked by our family over two centuries.
Each of the cottages has a south-facing stone-paved patio area.
Surprise View Cottage has flower troughs bordering the tiny mill race running along one side, and a fenced lawned area looking over fields, woods and the valley of Farndale.
Field Barn Cottage is set just up the hill enjoying panoramic views over fields, woods and the moorland edge.
Lowna Farmhouse sits in the valley bottom with its sun-drenched garden looking down the meandering valley of the River Dove.
Whichever of the cottages you choose you will find that guest's needs are comprehensively met; the cottages are all stylishly furnished but above all :- comfort is the keyword!
There are major attractions like Castle Howard, North Yorkshire Moors Historic Railway, Flamingoland, Eden Camp Museum, castles, abbeys and the whole of historic Yorkshire is within striking distance. Come and discover!