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Barmston Farm


Yorkshire Moors and Coast East Riding of Yorkshire Beverley Woodmansey
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • Games room
  • Children’s play area
  • Beverley 3
  • Woodmansey
  • Woodmansey
  • Woodmansey
  • Dairy Cottage
  • Dairy Cottage
  • Dairy Cottage
  • Dairy Cottage
  • Fox Cottage
  • Fox Cottage
  • Fox Cottage
  • Otter Cottage
  • Otter Cottage
  • Otter Cottage
  • Otter Cottage
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2
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Barmston Farm is a small collection of caravans in a very charming and tranquil setting.  If you are looking for a peaceful base to explore the Yorkshire Moors and Coast area then this park is ideal.  The quaint village of Woodmansey is located close to this park and if you like outdoor activities then enjoyable walks and fishing are available in this area.

Just 2 miles from the park is the market town of Beverley which makes a fantastic day out.  Shops, pubs and cafes are all on offer in this pretty town.  Other options for family fun in the area include Beverley Races just 3.3 miles from the park and The Deep in Hull which is a popular and fascinating aquarium, home to more than 3000 species of fish and 40 sharks.

The caravans offer a comfortable and well equipped retreat after a busy day.  The Beverley 2 is a good value caravan and sleep6 6.  For larger parties then the Beverley 3 and the Woodmansey both sleep 8.  We recommend the Woodmansey which is a 12ft wide caravan with double glazing and central heating. 

All of the accommodation comes with TV/DVD/CD and freeview.  You can also choose to stay in Dairy Cottage which is a charming cottage sleeping 4 in two bedrooms (one with bunk beds).  Dairy cottage enjoys an enclosed patio with garden furniture and also a BBQ which is ideal in the summer months.

Our Top Tip
"If you enjoy dining al fresco in the warmer months then book Dairy Cottage which comes with a furnished patio area and handy BBQ."

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Bowland Fell Park would suit families looking for an active family holiday and the heated indoor pool is a real highlight.
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Fun Days Out in Yorkshire Moors and Coast

Jorvik Viking Centre

This York attraction is educational as well as fun as you get to learn all about the Viking-Age city of Jorvik. Archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust revealed the houses, workshops and backyards of the Viking-Age city of Jorvik, as it stood 1,000 years ago.  You get to travel around in a unique state of the art time capsule.  For a more realistic experience you might get a blast of smoke from the blacksmith's furnace.  It is recommended that you book ahead during school holidays as this popular attraction gets very busy.

Madhyamaka Meditation Centre

Madhyamaka Meditation Centre  a unique and very special centre in the Yorkshire moors offering amazing meditation experiences for experts and novices. The beautiful setting really ads to the experience and the gorgeous grounds are abundant with wildlife including Squirrels, Deer and Birds including Red Kites. The centre is now offering a special weekend retreat for families which includes family friendly guided meditations as well as fun activities such as face painting, games and a barbeque.

Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary
Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary is an excellent choice for a day trip if you are enjoying a family holiday in the Yorkshire region. A stroll around this fascinating centre takes customers on a journey beneath the waves and allows encounters with many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. Everything from the common starfish to the mighty shark can be seen. The otters, seals and penguins are very popular and feeding time is a real highlight. There are also regular talks and demonstrations throughout the day. Outside there is a children's play area and picnic spot but there is also a restaurant onsite. Family tickets are available at just 46.80 but huge savings available by calling into one of the Tourist Information Centres in Scarborough, Whitby or Filey.
Castle Howard
No matter where you are staying in the Yorkshire region a visit to Castle Howard is a must. The magnificent 18th century house has a stunning setting in breathtaking parkland with gorgeous grounds speckled with temples, lakes, statues and fountains. The formal gardens are the perfect place for a stroll and the woodland garden and ornamental vegetable garden feature some beautiful displays. Other attractions include the Great Lake where visitors can take boat trips and the adventure playground where the little ones can run around. The house is also open to the public and guided tours are available. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic but there are also 3 cafes onsite and 6 shops. An adult ticket for the house and gardens is just 13.

Barmston Farm Reviews

Alan, L
Date of stay: 21st October 2017
Accommodation type: Otter Cottage
excellent cottage,aweful host.
Tracy, Godalming
Date of stay: 12th August 2017
Accommodation type: Beverley 3
Had a great time. Was great for the kids to see the farm animals and a good focal point to travel from to go to the beaches or towns nearby.
Amanda, Aylesbury
Date of stay: 29th July 2017
Accommodation type: Woodmansey
Would highly recommend to families with children & for older couples it was a very peaceful place.
Tracey, Saltburn
Date of stay: 12th May 2017
Accommodation type: Fox Cottage
second time staying in this cottage
very clean and well maintained
no need to take anything with you includes plenty of towels,tea towels and bedding
well equipped kitchen
peacefull and very quiet
Lorraine
Date of stay: 7th April 2017
Accommodation type: Woodmansey
Very plush caravan with central heating and double glazing which is great at this time of year. Lovely small site and very quiet. Only downside was no electric kettle, so took a while to make a cuppa with the whistling kettle on the hob!
Edward, Derby
Date of stay: 7th November 2016
Accommodation type: Dairy Cottage
Really enjoyed our stay in Dairy Cottage. Well equipped with wonderful wet room. Excellent quiet location with lovely nearby walks.
Alan, Kirkcaldy
Date of stay: 24th September 2016
Accommodation type: Woodmansey
Excellent place to stay. Very comfortable & good value for money.
Julie, Halifax
Date of stay: 23rd May 2016
Accommodation type: Woodmansey
we stayed in the woodmansey caravan but have also stayed in dairy cottage both were very comfortable and clean
Lb, Leicester.
Date of stay: 28th March 2016
Accommodation type: Otter Cottage
The accommodation was excellent. Excellent for small children. We would recommend this place to anyone. The owners could not do enough for you, excellent personal touch.
Joan
Date of stay: 28th March 2016
Accommodation type: Dairy Cottage
Excellent accommodation - clean , spacious and well-equipped. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Good location and pleasant setting.
Alan
although the cottage was very good ,the owner is unpleasant to deal with.
Tracy
Beautifully maintained site. Nice and quiet and relaxing. Kids enjoyed the farm animals particularly "Sir Chicken" from the free roaming chickens on site. Caravan was better equipped then others we have stayed in and clean and comfortable. Overall had a great 2 weeks saying here.
Jeffery
Fiona and Nigel are welcoming and caring. The Dairy was very well equiped and comfortable. We booked this as we were taking our chinchilla with us but she gained her wings before we could go and by pure chance one of Fiona's dogs had recently had a litter of 9 puppies...... so as well as a wonderful holiday we have a golden lab to remember our stay by. Thank you both xx
Amanda
We had a great stay here, we had a warm welcome on arrival the caravan was in clean & well equipped. Kids loved the park area & seeing the animals especially the friendly chickens who welcomed them every morning.
Lynn
Brilliant accommodation and beautiful place to be. Thoroughly enjoyed by all of us. 4 adults 1 child and 1 border collie. We will definitely be back.
Tracey
another great holiday yet again stayed here numerous times in both caravans and cottages very relaxing and idyllic, perfect for what we require owners very helpful and friendly, nothing to much trouble booked again for the summer
Diane
A beautiful farm , kept really clean , a great place for adults and children . There are goats, llamas, donkeys and a rhea that you can feed, and chickens running around the site. The site itself is quite small but the accommodation is well spaced out. Close to Beverley and a car ride away from Hull there is plenty to do. The fishing was good, and the men in our party caught some really good size fish.
Lorraine
A return visit to this site and still as good as before. Lovely and quiet, dog friendly and lots of animals to see on the farm.
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