Jack and Anna invite you to come and enjoy Carr House Farm Bed and Breakfast accommodation situated between the villages of Ampleforth and Wass in the North York Moors National Park . The house is as pretty as a film set; surrounded by meadows,orchards and gardens. At the foot of Shallowdale Gill with the Little Holbeck running through the woods. Rambling roses,bluebells and wild birds are in abundance within this 400-acre seat of rural life.
ENJOY our North Yorkshire Countryside. This is Critters County with the Mouseman furniture of Kilburn leading the way
Sat in an Old English country garden. Tucked away, there is a comforting sense of continuity and safety here. Carr House Farm dates back to 1530 -a C16 century farmhouse, packed with interesting china and racing photographs along with an eclectic mix of treasures makes you feel instantly at home.
The 3 bedrooms are characterful with warm,comfy beds.Individually created with proper rustic charm
In an area Designated for Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Howardian Hills.
Recommended -Place to stay in Howardian Hills by Sunday Times -Jill Starley-Grainger
In 2020 we have extended our gardens and created more outdoor space for you to enjoy. Holidaying in the North Yorkshire countryside doesn’t get much better than this ..
Samantha Wragg recommends us as a best place to picnic in the UK “If you are quiet, see deer taking their lunch and woodpeckers who nest here every year.” June 2020.
WE FEEL WE ARE A “FOODIE CENTRAL” … We are just 3 miles from Michelin Star chef Tommy Banks and his BLACK SWAN IN OLDSTEAD was voted the BEST RESTAURANT in the WORLD,
And not much further to The Famous .. Star At Harome owned by chef Andrew Pern, our favourite place
Home of the CUCKAVALDA GUNDOGS
IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO BRING YOUR DOG/S WITH YOU WE ARE DELIGHTED TO HAVE TEAMED UP WITH A LOCAL HEADKEEPER AT HIS KENNELS WHERE YOUR DOG TOO CAN ENJOY A HOLIDAY . IF YOU SO WISH YOUR CANINE FRIEND CAN JOIN YOU DURING YOUR DAYS OUT – £25 PER DAY Feb – 1st September only
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2 miles from Ampleforth Abbey and Ampleforth College. 6 miles from the pretty market town of Helmsley.
If you enjoy the deep pleasures of walking, eating and sightseeing, this is the place for you. Dramatically lovely with a special beauty all of it's own. Supremely peaceful soaked in history and meaning.