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24th January 2018

Home Farm

North of England Vale of York York Stillingfleet
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Home Farm is a cluster of luxury Scandinavian lodges with a delightful location overlooking river meadows. The site is very tranquil and is surrounded by parkland yet only 6 miles from the historic city of York.  Home Farm has all you need for a relaxing break including a well stocked fishing lake.

York is a city packed with sites and attractions and an open top bus tour or sightseeing boat trip offer easy ways to explore. The stunning Minster, award-winning Jorvik Viking Museum and famous racecourse can all be seen. For families there are plenty of historic houses, theme parks and coastal towns with lovely beaches within reach.

Other places of interest in the area are Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough. These sea side towns all have traditional fish and chip and souvenir shops as well as amusement arcades and a good selection of places to eat and drink.

Accommodation at Home Farm is in two bedroom lodges. The Oak, Beach and Ash Lodges are all luxurious and spacious with well equipped kitchens and TV/DVD players. They all have some outside space where you can relax and enjoy a drink on an evening and the Oak and Beech lodges also have private outdoor hot tubs.

Accommodation features
  • Scandinavian two bedroom lodges, each with its own verandah.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Beech and Oak lodges only)
  • TV/DVD/CD/radio
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Barbecue
  • Triple glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £40pw or £20 per short break each (max 2)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Home Farm

Sleeps
4

Beech Lodge

Lodge with one double and one twin or double. Outdoor hot tub.

Sleeps
4

Oak Lodge

Lodge with one double and one twin or double. Outdoor hot tub.

Home Farm Reviews

Donna, Selston
Date of stay: 30th October 2017
Accommodation type: Ash Lodge
Overall had a fab family holiday and made some great memories, owner was really helpful and went out of his way to make us comfortable, already booked again for 2019.
Linda
Date of stay: 30th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
3rd or 4th time ive stayed. Lovely and relaxing. Definitely coming back again
Janice, Whitley Bay
Date of stay: 20th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
We really love this place. The lodge is great and the staff ate brilliant too.
Audrey, Manchester
Date of stay: 16th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
See above, our experience was great
Tamara, Tweedbank
Date of stay: 13th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Fabulous break away perfect for a balance of fun & relaxing definitely recommend to all ages & holiday types
Arthur, Sunderland
Date of stay: 9th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Love this place, What a lovely peaceful site. We just spent a week there and we couldn't have had a more relaxing time. Plenty of wildlife around squirrels, rabbits and numerous breeds of birds.

This is a working farm and the livestock quite rightly come first.

If you are looking for peace and quiet then this is the site for you. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff on site and if you need something from them you only have to ask and they will do their best for you. We will definitely be back.
Phil, Kingston Upon Hull
Date of stay: 2nd October 2017
Accommodation type: Ash Lodge
This must be the quietest place we have ever stayed at. The only sound we heard were birds singing & cows mooing. We went for a well earned rest & we were not disappointed. The view was great over green fields & the bushes in front of the lodge filled with birdlife coming & going all day. The weather was kind enough and once the sun set the heating in the lodge was ultra fast to heat the place through. The whole place was clean and fresh although the oven pans needed a scrub to rid them of oily residue but not a problem. As we normally stay in caravan park lodges, being so remote, we feel the value for money was rather excessive hence the mid range rating.
Amy
Date of stay: 15th September 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Far better than expected had a great week
Helen, Manchester
Date of stay: 8th September 2017
Accommodation type: Willow Lodge
If you are looking for peace, quiet and relaxation then this is the place to go but there is still plenty to do and places to go in the surrounding area including the City of York. The cabin contained everything that we needed and everyone was really helpful... perfect! We will definitely be back.
Paula, Manchester
Date of stay: 8th September 2017
Accommodation type: Ash Lodge
Lovely relaxing stay on a working fam in a beautiful lodge, I would very much recommend a stay if your looking for peace and tranquility.
Mark
Excellent lodge in a nice location, very peaceful. The hot tub is great and the lodge has everything you need. I would love them to put a light on their sign though, as I miss the turn ever time in the dark!
Arthur
Love this place, What a lovely peaceful site. We just spent a week there and we couldn't have had a more relaxing time. Plenty of wildlife around squirrels, rabbits and numerous breeds of birds. This is a working farm and the livestock quite rightly come first. If you are looking for peace and quiet then this is the site for you. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff on site and if you need something from them you only have to ask and they will do their best for you. We will definitely be back.
Tamara
Just back from 5 days at home farm. It was a lovely experience cabins well equipt & get central to York & other surrounding attractions! We will definitely be back!
Audrey
The lodge is set in a beautiful location overlooking the farm's fields and it was lovely to wake up to a troop of cows wandering past our veranda every morning. It is suprisingly close to main routes and only a short drive from the nearest park and ride going into York. The staff were all lovely and very helpful and the lodge itself was well appointed and well maintained. There are very few things in life as good as lying in a hot tub at night with the lights off looking up at the Milky Way in all it's glory with a glass of something bubbly.
Linda
A lovely quiet retreat. The Lodges are away from the main campsite. No traffic noise. The Lodge was spotlessly clean.
Peter
An enjoyable short break at the lodge
Phil
This must be the quietest place we have ever stayed at. The only sound we heard were birds singing & cows mooing. We went for a well earned rest & we were not disappointed. The view was great over green fields & the bushes in front of the lodge filled with birdlife coming & going all day. The weather was kind enough and once the sun set the heating in the lodge was ultra fast to heat the place through. The whole place was clean and fresh although the oven pans needed a scrub to rid them of oily residue but not a problem. As we normally stay in caravan park lodges, being so remote, we feel the value for money was rather excessive hence the mid range rating.
Kelsey
Lovely place to stay. Really enjoyed it thankyou
Alex
Brilliant holiday, beautiful place and clean. Staff lovely and welcoming. Thankyou
Janice
Best lodge weve ever been too. absolutely beautiful here.
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Fun Days Out near Home Farm

A day trip to Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens is the perfect way to relax with several gardens to explore in the grounds of a historic farmhouse. The gardens were established 30 years ago and each has something different to offer. Expect to find dramatic displays of foliage and flowers as well as beautifully landscaped areas. Families will enjoy the woodland which leads to a wildlife pond and a beautiful wildflower meadow. The site runs morning courses in gardening throughout the summer which are priced at just 12 and include coffee. There is also a nursery onsite where plants can be purchased. Entry to the gardens cost just 4 for adults and 50p for children.
Jorvik Viking Centre - about 5 Miles
Jorvik Viking Centre is a fun and educational attraction offering visitors the chance to learn all about the Viking-Age city of Jorvik. Thanks to the Archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust the amazing houses, workshops and backyards of the Viking-Age city of Jorvik are on display and give a clear insight to the way of life all those years ago.  The site aims to offer an interactive experience with the state of the art time capsule and the blacksmith's furnace being the top attractions.
Jorvik DIG - about 5 Miles
Dig is a unique and somewhat educational attraction in York offering children the opportunity to enjoy excavation, discovery, and digging. Within the site is a discovery centre, several pits filled with Roman and Medieval ruins and a science lab where children can take part in exciting experiments. Staff are on hand at all times to help the children and to ensure they get the most from the experience. The attraction can get busy during school holidays and pre booking is recommended.
York Maze - about 5 Miles
If you are enjoying a lodge holiday in Yorkshire then a visit to York Maze is a must! This summertime attraction is now one of the most popular in the region offering fun for the whole family. The maze has been improved this year and is now bigger and better than ever before. Carved from an amazing 1.5 million growing maize plants it is thought to be the largest maze in the world! As well as the maze itself the site boasts an adventure playground, 9 hole crazy golf courses and an animal petting area where children can meet the cute and friendly animals that eat the maize and watch pig racing! Tractor and trailer rides around the maize are also available and are recommended for those with young children.