The 5 cottages have a peaceful courtyard setting with landscaped surroundings on a working farm. Located on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Sutton-under-whitestonecliffe, which has the longest place name in England, the cottages have been beautifully converted from traditional farm buildings. Named after the animals they once housed, the cottages have room for up to 22 people and range in size from a romantic one bedroom for two, up to a spacious 3 bedroom cottage for 6.
Water Hall Farm is a family run farm and has been for 5 generations. There is a beef herd, alpacas and chickens (providing fresh eggs for guests) as well as some arable land. The cottages and farmhouse are provided with heating and hot water from a sustainable source.
The area is ideal for walking, with public footpaths running through the farm and the Cleveland way nearby. There are also bridleways for horse riding, and access to the British Cycling Network. Sutton Bank offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and the chance to fly over the area at the local Gliding Club. The market town of Thirsk is only 4 miles away, home of the famous vet James Herriot. The Whitestonecliffe Inn is a 10 minute stroll, and there are more fabulous pubs only a short car journey away (discounts available).
The Cottages are available to let for a flexible number of nights. Children are welcome and a cot and highchair are available on request, but unfortunately we do not accept pets. Ample off road parking is available.
We provide all guests with tea, coffee, sugar, milk & biscuits on arrival and all linen and towels are provided.