Yorkshire farmstay Rawcliffe House Farm has a range of clean, comfortable self-catering cottages on 42 acres of open pasture, meadow and woodland along with gardens and a childrens play area. The farm stay is just six miles outside the market town of Pickering, and has some very nice views over the North Yorkshire Moors.
The friendly owners do not work the farm any more but they have their own hens and pet ducks while cattle from the neighbouring farm graze the fields.
They have one, two and three bedroom cottages in converted farm buildings with some of the old, traditional features still intact, like the wooden beams in the ceiling.
And they all come with a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, plus bathroom and a comfortable lounge with a TV and DVD player.
The farm itself is a very relaxing place, to wander around, to take in the view from the picnic table or to watch out for the numerous wildlife that comes and goes. The surrounding area is terrific for exploring too, with the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and its famous steam railway just a short hop away.
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