Guests staying at Woodhouse Farm B&B can expect the highest standards of accommodation and service, for a relaxing stay in traditional comfort. Our B&B is a cosy farmland retreat, complete with its original oak beams and crackling log fires, and includes a warm and welcoming lounge with satellite TV, a DVD player, a VHS player and selection of games and books. We've provided a guest fridge in the dining room, and invite you to spend your days on our 250-acre arable and sheep farm where you can meet and help feed our animals.
Our B&B rooms are homely and traditional. We have two king-sized bedrooms, one of which can be converted to a twin. The second bedroom can be used as a family room, thanks to the inclusion of two futon chairs. Rooms have en-suite showers, and come equipped with ironing facilities and a digital safe. We provide clock radios and hairdryers, and each room includes a TV. Rooms also have well-stocked hospitality trays, including complimentary hot drinks and biscuits and a selection of toiletries.
Woodhouse Farm B&B has received the AA Breakfast Award for 2015. This is in recognition of a very special, high quality breakfast, with emphasis on freshly prepared local ingredients. Our breakfasts are varied, including homemade breads and preserves, locally-sourced ingredients and an extensive menu ranging from toast, cereal and yoghurt to smoked haddock or our full English. We can cater for any special dietary requests.
Our farm is a working farm located close to York. We invite guests to get involved, and to enjoy walks through our spectacular open fields home to our own animals and an abundance of wildlife. We're a great choice for families, and are happy to provide high chairs. Free WiFi.
We're in Westow, between historic York and the North York Moors, offering the perfect fusion of countryside and city, history and the contemporary.
Heading East on the A64 from York (towards Malton and Scarborough), at the top of the big hill (Whitwell Hill) turn right for Kirkham Priory (There is another turn a few hundred yards along if the first one is missed). Drop downhill towards Kirkham (over railway and river) past Priory on right, up and out of the village on the same road passing the Stonetrough Inn on the left. Stay on this road – very twisting and narrow – until you reach a T-junction at Westow. Turn right and carry on through the village – Blacksmiths Inn pub on the left. Travel on through village and up a smaller hill, down the other side onto relatively straight piece of road. Where the road begins to bear left, our farm drive is on the right. Woodhouse Farm is 3 fields in land from the road, next to large wood. Approx 1 mile out of village.