Rural Accommodation

Central House Farm

B&B
£32.50
 -  £60.00
Notes : per person per night
Central House Farm
Haverah Park
Harrogate
HG3 1SQ
Visit England Silver Award
Please mention FarmingUK when enquiring about accommodation

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Owner Information
Jayne Ryder
North Yorkshire
Phone : +44 (0)1423 566050
Central House Farm is a spacious Victorian farmhouse on a working farm with cattle, sheep, pigs and goats. We also have an assorted selection of poultry and ducks and our favourite Hawaiian geese. We offer an excellent location being 0.75 mile from the nearest road on a tarmac driveway, we are situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by fields and woodland but just 3 miles (10 minutes drive) from Harrogate town centre.

We are conveniently located for York, Leeds, Skipton, Ripon, Otley, Wetherby, Thirsk and Leeds/Bradford Airport. The Yorkshire Dales are only a short drive away also the North Yorkshire Moors and the east coast seaside towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington. We have a very generous sized car park at the side of the house next to the Bed & Breakfast entrance. We are a non-smoking establishment but we are quite happy for you to smoke in the garden. Although we have our own dogs, we do not allow dogs into the Bed & Breakfast areas. But are quite happy for them to sleep in your car, alternatively there are kennels nearby – www.pettiepaws.co.uk.

We are committed to providing an excellent and friendly service and accommodation whether your stay is business or pleasure. If you like to put your walking boots on there is a footpath which leads through the farm to Harrogate and Norwood. The walk to Norwood is a delightful one if you like wildlife and birdwatching as it passes through fields, woodland and past Beaverdyke Reservoir. This is a list of the wildlife and birds you could possibly see on your stay in Haverah Park, at various times of the year.
Accept Children 
Access to Golf Course 
Business Facilities 
Cycle Storage 
Fishing Nearby 
Four Poster Bed 
Garden Patio 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 
Real Fires 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 

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