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In this section, you will find useful information to assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in Yorkshire.

We have a superb location near Bridlington on the East Yorkshire coast, within easy reach of Pickering, Scarborough, Whitby and York.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

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Field House Farm Holiday Cottages Information

About Our Location at Field House and High Barn

Angela and John FosterFieldhouse Farm has been our family home for five generations, with a sixth now following on.

We're glad to share our part of the countryside with you and hope you'll enjoy your experience of East Yorkshire: full of colour, character and those timeless rhythms of country life.

We're blessed by being in a lovely rural location, very close to the sea, and only a stone's throw from the spectacular scenery of Flamborough Head, with cliffs, cave, coves, rock-pools and Bridlington's safe, sandy beaches. North Bay is a popular family choice near to all the amenities, whilst South Bay offers miles of golden sands. The Bridlington Spa Complex and Bridlington Harbour are neatly sandwiched between the two.

Holiday with us and appreciate nature close at hand. There is an abundance of wildlife in our fields - a rich habitat for hare, deer, skylarks, owls, partridge and wildflowers. Our wildlife pond, created in 2007, has plenty of pond-life and is heavily populated with frogs, newts, dragonflies, fish and water-lilies. Wander up to the RSPB Bempton Reserve, and you'll discover why it is famed for puffins, gannets and migrant seabirds. In winter, if you are lucky, you will see porpoises playing in the waves. Whales are regularly spotted a little further north near Whitby in the late summer. We have several farm walks for you to follow. It's possible to cover about five miles without leaving the farm or retracing your steps!

Children love our cows, young calves, Harry the bull, lambs in spring, Jess the collie dog, the farm cats- Ambrose, and Bea-Bea, and our assortment of chickens. Ask, and you can help collect the eggs in the morning. We're a real working farm, so you'll see tractors and the combine harvester in action over the summer months.

Four of our cottages, The Roost, The Turnip House, The Old Dairy and Ostler's Corner, face into a sunny, landscaped courtyard . Hind's and The Byre have lovely views over our fields. The Garden Cottage opens into our large, walled garden.

Each cottage is individually designed, thoughtfully planned, furnished and fitted with utmost care. We try to think of everything to make you feel at home and we always endeavour to respond to our guest's very helpful suggestions.

John and Angela live on site and James lives nearby, so we're around to give you any help you might need or point you in the right direction to a particular holiday attraction.

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Jewison Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England, YO16 6YG
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