Luxury Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire & Lancashire, High Barn Holiday Cottages
  • High Barn Courtyard Entrance
  • Welcome hamper
  • Bempton Cliffs
  • Burton Agnes pond
  • Cake House living area
  • North Yorks Moors Railway Pickering
  • High barn Courtyard
  • Brid Harbour 2
  • The Deep at Hull
  • The Granary master bedroom
  • The Hayloft bedroom
  •  Owl House Bedroo
  • Bathroom master bedroom The Granary
  • High Barn field walk
  • walking the Wolds
  • Sewerby Park gardens
  • Summer on our cliff top land
  • Sailing out of Bridlington
  • Gannets
  • Beverley Market

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High Barn

Newsham Hill Lane
Bempton
Bridlington
Yorkshire
YO16 6XE

+44 (0)1262 674932
+44 (0)7714 726675

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High Barn

Yorkshire

There are 5 cottages at High Barn

    • M2: Limited mobility: problems walking or can walk a maximum of 3 steps, or need to use a wheelchair some of the time
    • VisitEngland Gold award for excellence
    • VisitEngland 5 star
    • GTBS Gold England
    • 2012 English Regional Award
    • 2013 English Regional Award
    • 2017 English Regional award
    • 2015 Highly Commended VisitEngland Award for Excellence

Accessibility

  • M2: Limited mobility: problems walking or can walk a maximum of 3 steps, or need to use a wheelchair some of the time
  • Ground floor facilities

Special Features

Yorkshire Produce Welcome Hampers on arrival
'Owl Cam' in every cottage
2 Pubs/restaurants within walking distance
Idyllic, peaceful, private setting.
Sunny, sheltered courtyard. Secure, gated parking
Friendly, personal attention- on site owners


Property Features (check individual cottages for details)

  • Space to playSpace to play
  • All EnsuiteAll Ensuite
  • Matched bathroomsMatched bathrooms
  • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
  • Dog Free SiteDog Free Site
  • Supermarket delivery availableSupermarket delivery available
  • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
  • Real fireReal fire
  • Coal/Log Effect FireCoal/Log Effect Fire
  • Hypoallergenic bedding optionHypoallergenic bedding option
  • BarbecueBarbecue
  • Bike storageBike storage
  • Walkable pubWalkable pub
  • Beach within walking distanceBeach within walking distance
  • Beach within 10 milesBeach within 10 miles
  • Fine dining within 10 milesFine dining within 10 miles
  • Walkable National Trail (within 1 mile)Walkable National Trail (within 1 mile)
  • National Trail within 10 milesNational Trail within 10 miles

Luxury cottages.Tranquil countryside setting on Yorkshire's Heritage Coast

The gentle, undiscovered Yorkshire Wolds and the spectacular Yorkshire Heritage Coastline are on our doorstep, allowing High Barn Cottages to offer a perfect place to spot wildlife, enjoy fantastic outdoor activities, visit stately houses, gardens and castles or simply relax and unwind. We feel very proud to have converted this historic building, saving many of its original features and creating a rich habitat for local wildlife. We're delighted to share access to our 600 acres with our visitors, who are welcome to take country walks from their doorstep.

Our cottages at High Barn are supremely comfortable with superb kitchens and bathrooms and en suite facilities to each bedroom. Opened fully in 2012, they have received numerous awards for excellence and visitors frequently comment upon our attention to detail. They are all very spacious, furnished and fitted to the highest quality throughout, offering a charming mix of beams, stone walls and original features complemented by tasteful decor, deep sofas, generous super king beds, luxury bed linen and Freeview TV to all bedrooms and living areas. The Cake House and The Spinney are both single storey, ground floor accommodation suitable for the less mobile visitor. Both have a generous 'wet' room.

Offering countless opportunities for photography, cycling, rambling, water-sports and golf (3 courses within 3 miles and a popular golf passport,) you'll be hard pressed to fit in all your preferred activities. This unspoilt part of Yorkshire has so much to offer the visitor, not least a slower pace of life and genuinely friendly people. Bridlington is our nearest traditional seaside resort. Sewerby Hall and Gardens is closer still and offers a delightful setting for a day's entertainment. The recently refurbished Hall now displays the largest on-loan collection of antique furniture in the country, from the Victoria and Albert Museum. The East Riding has many hidden gems - lovely villages and market towns, big skies and unique landscapes with deep dry valleys and wide acres of rich farmland. David Hockney's most recent work has attracted the world's attention to it's beauty. The famous seabirds at RSPB Bempton Cliffs are a sight to behold and never disappoint, with thousands of puffins and gannets nesting on the cliffs between March and October. With live cameras on the nesting sites, the birds can be watched close at hand. This is also the case with our live webcam from our Barn Owl Box, with in-nest activity streamed to all the cottages. Our breeding pair have raised several clutches of chicks successfully.

We're justifiably proud of our local produce and have wonderful Farmer's Markets, bakers, butchers, restaurants and eateries. Fine dining is well catered for too. We have three Michelin starred restaurants within an hour's drive - none is stuffy or overly formal, and all are just as happy to serve a simple lunch as a special occasion dinner. Our complimentary Welcome Hamper showcasing Yorkshire Produce is always popular with our guests.

Venture a little further afield and take a day out in York, Whitby, Pickering on the North Yorkshire Moors' Railway or to The Museum Quarter in Hull. The Deep is an iconic building, with something to interest everyone. Hull, City of Culture 2017 offers an eclectic programme of events stretching through 2018. The Wolds is an ideal area for walking or cycling, with quiet roads and very little traffic. The North Yorkshire Moors stretch from Scarborough to Robin Hood's Bay then onwards towards Whitby with its atmospheric, brooding Abbey and contrasting lively Goth culture.

Ours is a quiet, rural setting, lovely to come home to, after a day discovering the delights of the area.

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