Located in the quiet Scalby village outskirts, along a peaceful private lane are our East Farm Country Cottages in the North York Moors. Despite their idyllic rural location, our cottages are just a five-minute drive from Scarborough. Book a stay in one of our cottages, for a traditional country holiday. Call today for availability, or get in touch to book.
All three of our East Farm Cottages are single-storey, living areas have dining tables, TVs and music systems. We provide books and games.
Each cottage has a fully-fitted kitchen with all the essential appliances and crockery. Two have a dishwasher.
Sleeping up to four people in a double and a twin room. Bathrooms include both shower and full size bath facilities with extra grab rails.
Each cottage has access to a garden with seating and stunning views, shared between our three lovely properties. We also offer on-site parking, with space for two cars per cottage.
A cot and high chair can be provided by arrangement. Two of our properties are pet-friendly – the third is kept strictly pet-free.
Fresh bed linen and duvets are provided (note: cot linen is not provided) guests are requested to bring personal towels and tea towels.
Please complete a booking enquiry form, or give us a call. Please let us know if you need a pet friendly cottage. Holidays run from Saturday to Saturday throughout the main holiday season. We offer short breaks from October to May or as last minute through summer.
Each cottage has public footpaths nearby, and views are of the sea, country and castle.
Approaching Scarborough from the south or west, follow the signs for Whitby (A171). The A171 skirts the western side of Scarborough (Scalby Road) passing Scarborough Hospital. After about a mile there are traffic lights, opposite Proudfoot's supermarket, shortly followed by the Rosette public house. Turn left along Hackness Road just before the Rosette.
From the north, on the A171, after crossing the river, turn right at the Rosette public house.
After the turn at the Rosette, follow this road over a narrow stone bridge and continue on for approx. 1/2 a mile through the village and along Hay Lane. Just after the last house there is a right hand bend before a steep hill (watch for the National Park sign), the cottages are down the private road that branches off to the left from this bend. this is a narrow road and also a bridleway so please drive slowly. Pass East Farm (first building on the right) and carry straight on to the cottages which are situated on the right just past East Farm.