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St Quintin Arms

After a great meal and a fun time in the bar at the St Quintin Arms; how about a comfortable en-suite bedroom on the premises? The St Quintin Arms is a country retreat offering three stylish and cosy bedrooms; including a family room that comes with either a super king size and two single beds; or, four singles if that’s what you are looking for. The St Quintin Arms’ breakfasts are a three course feast with local produce taking centre stage. What’s more breakfast in bed at a time to suit you is an option.

Main Street, Harpham, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4QY

Tel: 01262 490329
Website: St Quintin Arms Website

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High Barn Holiday Cottages (self catering)

Five self catering cottages grouped around a courtyard and opened in 2011 offer quality accommodation on a working farm. Each cottage is finished to a high standard. These and the associated Field House Farm cottages would make a great base for a group participating on a Yorkshire Food Finder culinary trail.

Jewison Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO16 6XE

Tel: 01262 674932
Email: Please use the on-line contact form
Website: High Barn Holiday Cottages (self catering) Website

Kilham Hall Country House

Winner of the Conde Nast Johansens most excellent small hotel award in 2010 and Visit Britain five star gold award along with their award for an excellent breakfast.

Driffield Road, Kilham, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4SP

Tel: 01262 420466
Website: Kilham Hall Country House Website

The Blue Bell Hotel

Situated on the Main Street in Burton Agnes, The Blue Bell has charming doubles with period features and a ground floor room adapted to meet the needs of travellers with disabilities.

Main Road, Burton Agnes, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4NG

Tel: 01262 490104
Website: The Blue Bell Hotel Website

The Old Mill Hotel

A country hotel with nine luxury en-suite bedrooms which is surrounded by open fields and rolling countryside..

Mill Lane, Langtoft, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3BQ

Tel: 01377 267284
Website: The Old Mill Hotel Website

The Star Inn

All rooms have a private entrance and are located yards away from the main building which is known as Nafferton’s premier drinking house.

5 North Street,Nafferton, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4JW

Tel: 01377 255548
Website: The Star Inn Website

The Village Farm

Offering opulent accommodation this cosy little B&B provides the perfect getaway for those of you who just fancy a well-deserved break.

Back Street, Skipsea, East Yorkshire, YO25 8SW

Tel: 01262 468479
Website: The Village Farm Website

The Wold Cottage (B & B and self catering)

Quality, style and your comfort are of the highest importance with five luxury suites to choose from. The Wold Cottage has access for helicopters.

The Wold Cottage, Wold Newton, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3HL

Tel: 01262 470696
Website: The Wold Cottage (B & B and self catering) Website

The Area

Many will now know the Yorkshire Wolds through the work of David Hockney who has admirably captured the spirit of this previously unsung corner of Yorkshire. Behind every picture is a facet of the wolds, the dry valleys, tree-lined lanes and bucolic countryside galore.

If country houses are your scene, save time to visit both Elizabethan Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House, still the centre-point of a a great rural estate

The memorial to the airmen who flew from RAF Lissett, during the Second World War, is a must for anyone with an interest in this era Starkly beautiful and poignant too. We know finer memorial to the many unsung heroes from Bomber Command.

Walking and cycling around the Yorkshire Wolds are great ways to explore the iconic dry valleys and the many lovely villages that are an essential element of the rural heaven that is the true character of the area. But, if you decide on the car as a means of discovering the pleasures of the wolds allow time to meander.

Close by is the delightful coast of East Yorkshire with a string of resorts that have attracted those intent on a seaside holiday ever since the arrival of the railway. But beyond the resorts there are areas of outstanding beauty, including the renowned Bempton cliffs complete with a major RSPB sanctuary. Another must  is Flamborough Head.

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