Rural Accommodation

Scaife Hall Farm

B&B
£35.00
 -  £60.00
Notes : per person per night
Scaife Hall Farm
Hardisty Hill, Blubberhouses
Otley
LS21 2PL
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Owner Information
Christine Ryder
West Yorkshire
Phone : +44 (0)1943 880354
Our 600-acre working hill farm is situated in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural beauty on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The location is peaceful and picturesque and an ideal place in which you can relax away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Awake to the moorland views, the birds singing, the fresh clean Yorkshire air and start the day with a hearty Yorkshire Farmhouse Breakfast before venturing out to explore our wonderful surroundings. There’s so much to see and do you will be spoilt for choice.

On the farm we keep a flock of Swaledale, Mule and Blue Faced Leicester sheep which lamb from around early march until the end of April. We have happy free range hens who provide part of your breakfast, and also there are Border Collies called Jill and Sally who are an essential part of Chris’s farm team and can regularly be seen riding on the Quadbike with him! Our latest additions arrived in Feb 2010, Dottie, Betty and Boris!

The farm has some beautiful waymarked walks which you can enjoy and you can walk round the Reservoirs of Fewston, Swinsty and Thruscross and maps can be found on the Yorkshire Water website.

I hope very much that you will choose to come and spend some time at Scaife Hall Farm and if you have any queries not answered on our website please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.

I look forward to meeting you soon
Accept Children 
Credit Cards Accepted 
Fishing Nearby 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 
Cycle Storage 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 
Real Fires 

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