We invite you to join us for a short break staying in our very own historic 16th Century Inn set in the heart of the stunning North York Moors National Park. Exploring this simply beautiful part of the world by luxury mini-coach gives access to places off the usual ‘tourist trail’ and, away from the crowds. We discover magnificent scenery, timeless villages and a pace of life that hasn’t changed for many years. We limit numbers to just 10-16 guests per departure to ensure a memorable experience!
Day 1. We depart and travel to into the North York Moors National Park and the village of Rosedale Abbey, for two night’s dinner, bed & breakfast at the White Horse Farm Inn. En-route to the White Horse Farm Inn, we will enjoy a visit to a local place of interest.
Day 2. After a hearty full English breakfast, we enjoy a full day excursion into the North York Moors National Park and local places of interest. The North York Moors is a special place, forged by nature, shaped over generations – where peace and beauty rub shoulders with a rich history and a warm Yorkshire welcome.
Day 3. We depart Rosedale Abbey and make the final visit of our short break. Our visit to the glorious North Yorkshire Moors and Coast, at an end, we return home.
Situated on a hillside offering spectacular views over the lovely village of Rosedale Abbey and the valley beyond, this 16th Century Inn offers a warm welcome. With a roaring log fire in the bar, comfortable bedrooms with modern facilities, unpretentious home-made and locally sourced food in the restaurant, we aim to offer a personal and friendly service to all. All bedrooms are en-suite and have tea/coffee making facilities, TV and hair dryer. All bedrooms are located on the first floor, up one flight of stairs with most offering fabulous views over the National Park.
Please note: There is no lift in the hotel, so there is a flight of stairs to access bedrooms. There are also steps up from the car park to access the main entrance. This accommodation therefore is not recommended for the mobility impaired.