East Farm Country Cottages are set in delightful countryside within the National Park, about 1 mile away from the prestigious village of Scalby and only a 5 minute drive away from Scarborough, with it's sandy beaches and many attractions.
Our cottages are single storey and sleep up to 4 people in a double and twin bedroom. Cots provided on request. All cottages are non-smoking, we accept pets in 2 of our cottages by prior arrangement and cottage 3 is strictly pet free.
The village of Scalby is about a 20 minute walk away which has 3 pubs, a restaurant/cafe, newsagents and general food store, it also has a beautiful church dating from 1180.
The cottages are on a bridal-way with many footpaths to explore and are an ideal base to discover the Yorkshire Coast and Moors either by car or on foot. There is a shared garden to the western end of the cottages with beautiful views over the valley and woods beyond.
Situated in the National Park.
Beautiful countryside only 5 minute drive from Scarborough.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
approaching the cottages
view from above the cottages
Disabled Facilities: No. all on one level
Linen Provided: Yes. bed linen provided, please bring your own towels and cot bedding
Pets Allowed: Yes. pets allowed in two of our cottages by prior arrangement
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. There is a shared enclosed garden at the western end of the cottages
Local Services: Aprox 1 mile from Scalby village which has shops, pubs, restaurant, church
pproaching Scarborough from the South or West:
Follow the signs for Whitby (A171). The A171 skirts the western side of Scarborough (Scalby Road) passing Scarborough Hospital. After about two miles there are traffic lights, opposite Proudfoot's supermarket, shortly followed by the Rosette public house. Turn left along Hackness Road just before the Rosette and follow the directions across.
From the North:
On the A171, after crossing the river, turn right at the Rosette and follow the directions across.