Award Winning B&B Ampleforth, North Yorkshire

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Welcome to Carr House Farm Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Home of Jack and Anna – Carr House Farm is between Ampleforth and Wass in North Yorkshire which is halfway between London and Edinburgh .

Just over 2 hours on the train to Thirsk -home of James Herriot and then a short car journey finds you  …..

A PLACE TO RELAX AND REFRESH, HAVE FUN. ENJOY THE WARMTH and KINDNESS of the COUNTRYSIDE .A sense of being close to nature.

Our 16th century farmhouse offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation. Set in an acre of garden, with bluebell woods and fruit orchards . Tucked away in the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park in England. Close to the market town of Helmsley.There is a comforting sense of continuity here.

In an area Designated for Outstanding Natural Beauty. Only a few minutes away from the Cleveland Way.

A first class Dark Skies venue perfect to view the stars, planets and explore the sky galaxies, taking in the universe.

Named in top 10 places as a place to Stay on A Farm in the UK . A finalist in Eviivo’s Bed and Breakfast and Beyond .Shows the comfortable informal spirit of the countryside

Place to stay in Howardian Hills by Jill Starley-Grainger in the Sunday Times – a C16th century farmhouse with four-poster beds and flower-filled gardens.

The Japanese art of Shinrin-Yoku, walking mindfully through woodland, is growing in popularity in the UK. Scientists say it reduces stress and blood pressure and boosts the immune system.We are surrounded by woods so there is plenty of opportunity for you to do this or just sit by the stream under the trees.

We are just 3 miles from Tommy Banks and his BLACK SWAN IN OLDSTEAD was voted the BEST RESTAURANT in the WORLD. Tommy is the youngest chef to hold a Michelin Star.

NEW FOR 2020 .Dine at the Feversham Arms where Adam Jackson is head chef in Helmsley when you come to stay with us .Exciting times ahead ..will tell you more when you book in with us

  • Location, location, location

    2 miles from Ampleforth Abbey and Ampleforth College. 6 miles from the pretty market town of Helmsley.

  • Fine dining on your doorstep

    5min from the Michelin starred restaurant The Black Swan at Oldstead. 7 miles from the famous Star at Harome. Traditional village pubs The Staplyton Arms in Wass and The White Swan in Ampleforth.

  • Experience the great British countryside

    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.

Anna Lupton & Jack Peckitt
Say hello to Anna Lupton & Jack Peckitt (an official friendly 'face of Yorkshire')