Located just six miles from the market town of Driffield and nine miles from the historic Beverley is Highfield Farm, the ideal venue for countryside getaway. The B&B has been recently converted and now features four star guest rooms, conference facilities and space for private functions and parties. There’s private farmland all around and a number of woodland walks have been marked out especially for you. If you’d like something a little more intensive, Highfield is located on the 170 mile Way of the Roses cycle route. Highfield Farm is also home to the award winning Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School.
There are nine rooms to choose from at Highfield Farm and each has been uniquely decorated and named after a Yorkshire Wolds village. Five are on the ground floor with easy access for disabled guests and one room 'Southburn' has a wet room shower. Facilities include: tea/coffee making, hairdryer, safe, flat screen Freeview TV, luxury bathroom products and open views of the surrounding countryside.
An award winning breakfast is included and served in the dedicated dining room.
The comfortable lounge area is a great place to relax and the south-facing courtyard and patio area is perfect for socialising during the summer.
Release your inner Michel Roux, Jr or Nigella Lawson with the award winning Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School which is on-site. With state of the art equipment, a dedicated chef and a professional team, classes are available for all abilities and tastes.
Only a mile from the B&B is the Visitors Centre at Southburn, we offer a versatile range of meeting rooms. There’s ample parking, disabled access and modern audio visual equipment.
Our room rates are from £60 to £130 for a family room. Please contact us directly to book family room accommodation. For parties of six or more, we can provide an evening meal or we offer a range of ready meals ideal for smaller groups/ individuals.
Please note that we do not accept pets.
We are situated in a peaceful location yet just six miles from Driffield and nine miles from Beverley.