|Easthill Farm House is family run and we pride ourselves on our very high standards of cleanliness and friendly personal service.
This beautiful family house has been sympathetically converted to provide three quiet, spacious and very attractive apartments. They accommodate from two to eight people and all enjoy southerly views of the gardens and beyond across the Yorkshire Wolds. An adjoining cottage, which sleeps four-plus guests, has been converted from the old coach house and stable and retains many of the original features, including open beamed ceilings.
All the apartments and cottage are self-contained each with their own private entrances. They are furnished traditionally with colour co-ordinated soft furnishings to create a warm elegant country house atmosphere. The kitchens are particularly well equipped. All bedrooms (unless otherwise stated) are en-suite with bath or shower.
Easthill Farm House and Lodges stand in two and a half acres of beautiful grounds and are situated on the eastern edge of the village, where a warm welcome awaits you. You can relax in the large landscaped gardens or for the more active, a grass tennis court and putting green are available. If mountain biking is your life then we have a wash off bay and a secure lock up.
For the younger members of family an adventure playground provides a safe environment in which to play. Help to feed the hens or the three little pigs which are enclosed in some of the woodland. There is also a small indoor play area with table tennis, pool table and darts. Round off the day with a charcoal grilled meal using our recently built barbecue with patio facilities.
The accommodation, the gardens and the recreational facilities all combine to provide an ideal base for a truly memorable country holiday in North Yorkshire.
We are situated in the award-winning village of Thornton-le-Dale, one of the prettiest in North Yorkshire, located within the North York Moors National Park. Thornton Beck meanders through the village with footbridges crossing to picturesque cottages; it passes by the village square (which has a market cross and a pair of stocks!) and is bordered by a good selection of shops for daily provisions and souvenirs.
There are activities and places of interest for all ages in the area. Whether your inclinations are for walking, cycling, fishing, horse-riding, golf or tennis or for gardens, stately homes, monastic ruins, fascinating villages or magnificent views of the countryside, all are to be found nearby. The area has a very good selection of pubs and restaurants catering for a wide variety of tastes. A frequent bus service to both Pickering and Scarborough passes through the village.