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Holme Wold Farm Cottage

Holme Wold Farm Cottage

Holme Wold Farm, Holme on the Wolds


HU17 7PX

East Yorkshire

Self Catering

Price Range: £340 - £735

Email: Click hereinfo@yorkshirewoldscottage.co.uk

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Owner Information

Anne Bulmer

Phone: 01430 810535

Graham, Anne, William and Thomas would like to welcome you to our holiday cottage

This former workman’s cottage, located on our working arable farm has been extensively renovated and is now available for let. The cottage can comfortably sleep 6 people with the option of a sofa bed located in the dining room allowing accommodation for an additional 2 people if required.

The country cottage overlooks pasture to the front and woodland to the rear that offers a home to a variety of wildlife including owls, pheasants, partridge and the occasional deer. In addition hens roam the farmyard and you are bound to meet our friendly dog Oscar. We grow a variety of crops from barley to Birds Eye peas.

Offering lovely views over the Yorkshire Wolds, Holme Wold Cottage is an ideal peaceful base for your holiday in East Yorkshire.

The village of Holme on the Wolds is close to the historic market towns of Beverley and Driffield. Within easy reach of the beautiful East Yorkshire Coast including the towns of Bridlington and Scarborough, the historic City of York as well as the county’s hidden gem the port city of Hull. The area offers many opportunities for cycling and walking holidays being close to the famous Wolds Way and many other quiet roads and pathways.

In the East Riding of Yorkshire you are bound to find something to occupy yourself whatever the weather and whatever you interests. Check our Out and About and Local Events pages for ideas.

If you have any questions please email or contact Anne on 01430 810535. For you convenience we offer an online booking system. However if you prefer we are happy to take bookings by telephone. Please leave your contact details for information about special offers.


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Burton Agnes Hall
Burton Agnes Hall

Built between 1598 and 1610 by Sir Henry Griffith, Burton Agnes Hall is an Elizabethan stately home that has stayed within our family for more than four hundred years. Fifteen generations have filled the Hall with treasures, from magnificent carvings commissioned when the Hall was built to French impressionist paintings, contemporary furniture, tapestries and other modern artwork in recent years.

Cruckley Animal Farm
Cruckley Animal Farm

Cruckley is a traditional family run farm, set in the heart of rural East Yorkshire, close to the Wolds. For the last 20 years our doors have been open to the public, educating school parties and providing families with hours of fun and a countryside experience which is hard to match. If you want a fun filled day of animal antics, or just a relaxing stroll in a beautiful setting then Cruckley is the place for you.

Dinostar - Hulls Dinosaur Experience
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Hear a Raptor roar - Touch Triceratops bones - See a T rex skull! Visit our exciting, interactive dinosaur museum. Highlights include a Tyrannosaurus rex skull, Triceratops bones you can touch and our unique Dinosaur Sound Box. Dinostar, Yorkshire's only dinosaur visitor attraction, is close to The Deep in the Fruit Market area of Hull's Old Town. Dinosaurs you can see, touch and hear. Hull's own natural history museum.

Fort Paull
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We would like to welcome you to our Fort Paull website and hope that you find it very informative. Explore 500 years of history within the walls of this superb Napoleonic fortress set in 10 acres with magnificent views over the Humber estuary.

Hands On History Museum
Hands On History Museum

The old Grammar School where William Wilberforce studied now houses the story of Hull and its people, including a fascinating glimpse into Victorian times. The Egyptian Gallery is home to a 2,600 year old mummy and unique replicas of King Tutankhamun's treasures. Hull's oldest secular building c1583, used as a grammar school and merchants hall. Restored 1985-88. First floor, 'The Story of Hull and its People'. The attraction has been developed as a school's curriculum resource centre, featuring the Victorians and Egyptians and is open to the public at daily.

Humber Bridge
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The bridge once held the world record as the longest single span suspension bridge. More than 100,000 vehicles use the bridge each week.

The Deep
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The dramatic building which overlooks the Humber estuary was designed by Sir Terry Farrell and is only a few minutes walk from Hull Marina and the museums quarter. The Deep is operated as a charity dedicated to increasing enjoyment and understanding of the world's oceans.

The Guildhall
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The Guildhall houses a fascinating and high quality public collection that includes fine art, sculpture, furniture, the Civic Insignia and silver. Through the years the collection has grown through Royal favour, civic commissions, donations and good fortune. It provides a fascinating insight into the local history of Kingston upon Hull and some of its leading personalities through the ages. With acres of oak and walnut panelling and marble floors and staircases, the Guildhall is a prestigious historic building in its own right. The Guildhall, designed by the architect Sir Edwin Cooper, was completed in 1916. However, many of the items in the collection date back to well before this, some even from Hull's medieval history.

The Rocking Horse Shop
The Rocking Horse Shop

Traditional hand-carved wooden rocking horses and associated goods. Books on making rocking horses and other toys. Wood carving, turning, rocking horses in the making or being restored. Craft plans for home woodworkers. Rocking Horse Museum, British Toymakers Guild display. DIY plans and kits for would be rocking horse makers.

Wilberforce House
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