North End Farm Country Guest House

Historic Guest house in Scarborough, Yorkshire

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88 Main Street, Seamer
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO12 4RF

North End Farm Country Guest House, Scarborough

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A charming 18th Century Farmhouse in Seamer Village near Scarborough.An ideal base for golfing & walking with good road links to nearby golf courses coast& National Park.All rooms have en-suite facilities and tv with wifi available in most areas.Private off road parking. Village pubs and restaurant within walking distance.

As a family run business all our guests can expect a warm friendly greeting and we pride ourselves on giving the 'personal touch' to your stay with us.Each of our bedrooms retains an individual style and character providing our guests with en-suite facilities complimentary beverage tray and TV with wifi available in most areas.Our hearty English breakfast is served in our cottage dining room although special diets and requirements can be catered for by prior arrangement.For your evening relaxation a cosy lounge is available for the use of all our guests.Private off-road car parking is available to all our guests to the rear of the farmhouse along with a seating area for outside smoking.Unfortunately we cannot accept pets. Our converted barn Piglet cottage offers ground floor accommodation for 2 to 4 people and is let separately as a self catering option please contact us direct for details. Our location at the north end of Seamer village gives easy road links to nearby golf courses fishing lakes Dalby Forest and coastal walks for our more energetic guests.With many grand houses and gardens to visit for those in search of peace and tranquility.North End Farm is a great base for exploring the beautiful coastline of Scarborough and Filey and the spleandour of the North York Moors National Park.The quaint Yorkshire fishing villages of Robin Hoods Bay and Staithes and the historic port of Whitby can be found 20miles north.Also within easy reach are the interesting market towns of Pickering home to the North York Moors Steam Railway and Helmsley to the west with Malton and the city of York to the south.

Seamer village itself offers a variety of excellent restaurants and pubs local shops a fish & chip shop and good local bus service providing easy access to Scarborough the coast and surrounding countryside.

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