Four star graded High Park Farm offers traditional farmhouse B&B accommodation near Whitby. This charming bed and breakfast is nestled outside the pretty village of Lealholm in the North York Moors National Park. Lealholm village has ample facilities including character inn and riverside restaurant and garden centre. The newly refurbished park centre at Danby is within easy reach of the property, as is the North York Moors Steam Railway at Grosmont. Whitby is a mere 9 miles from the B&B and a direct rail service operates from Lealholm to Whitby. An access statement is available on request.
The historic port of Whitby is only nine miles away with its blue flag awarded beach for clean sands and cobbled streets leading to Whitby Abbey high on the cliff top. Just a few miles is the North York Moors Centre at Danby & North York Moors Railway at Grosmont calling in at Heartbeat village Goathland. Nearby is the picturesque village of Lealholm which has much to offer you including a delightful garden centre, friendly pub with log fires and freshly prepared good food. Stepping stones bakery which has home baked treats to tempt you and a riverside tea room where you can relax and listen to the stream flowing past into the River Esk. Alternatively just sit on one of the many benches overlooking the River Esk with its unique stepping stones and take in the lovely views.
Accommodation consists of spacious one double ensuite with additional single bed and private guest lounge. Courtesy trays with tea,herbal teas,coffee,hot chocolate and fresh milk available in both rooms. Children up to 5 years old free.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits with tea and coffee with biscuits offered on arrival. Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast inclusive of fruit juice, fresh grapefruit, choice of good quality cereals including porridge, full English breakfast consisting of locally supplied bacon and quality sausages, free range eggs when available, tomatoes, mushrooms, hash browns and beans. Vegetarians catered for. Steaming hot cafetieres of coffee or pots of Yorkshire tea. Harvester or white sliced toast which is produced at the local bakery and choice of preserves.