Killerby Cottage Farm Scarborough Killerby Cottage Farm, Killerby Lane, Cayton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3TP

"Simon and Valerie Green extend a warm Yorkshire welcome to Killerby Cottage Farm and they are sure that your stay will be enjoyable and memorable. Killerby Cottage Farm is well situated in the pleasant countryside between the two seaside resorts of Scarborough and Filly, and just over a mile away is beautiful Cayton Bay."

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Killerby Cottage Farm

Killerby Lane, Cayton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3TP
Telephone: 01723 581236
Fax: 01723 585146
English Tourism Council 4 Stars, Silver award



Simon and Valerie Green extend a warm Yorkshire welcome to Killerby Cottage Farm and they are sure that your stay will be enjoyable and memorable.Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, 12K


Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, 13KKillerby Cottage Farm is well situated in the pleasant countryside between the two seaside resorts of Scarborough and Filey, and just over a mile away is beautiful Cayton Bay.


The farmhouse was originally two farm cottages and has been tastefully converted into a delightful farmhouse with great character.




Accommodation

Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, Bedroom, 11KAll our bedrooms are centrally heated and have en suite facilities, with colour television, hospitality tray, radio/clock alarms and hairdryers.


The Guest's lounge has a unique split level and an impressive stone wall and fireplace with log fires.Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, Lounge, 8K


Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, Conservarotry, 10KThe Conservatory, overlooking the lovely garden and waterfall, is where we serve our scrumptious breakfasts, which are guaranteed to set you up for the day ahead.


We have a Tea room which serves light snacks and there are many good places in the locality to enjoy an evening meal.




Around and About

Killerby Cottage Farm, Scarborough, Cayton Bay, 8K
Cayton Bay

Killerby Cottage Farm is in an ideal situation to visit many holiday places and attractions. The beautiful secluded beach at Cayton Bay is only one and a half miles away. It is an untouched part of the coast and is protected by the National Parks. The Cleveland Way runs along the coast and there are some beautiful walks to enjoy.

The medieval castle dominates the headland dividing the two bays. The old fisherman's houses and narrow streets in the old town lead down to the busy harbour.

Scarborough is the home of the world famous playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn and the Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round. Theatre lovers come from far and wide to see at the theatre performances.

5 miles south of Cayton is the quieter resort of Filey. The fishing cobles still set out from the Coble landing into beautiful Filey Bay as they have done for centuries. Further down the coast are Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head, which are of special interest to birdwatchers.

Head north to Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby and soak up the atmosphere of smugglers, Dracula and Captain Cook, whose birthplace is just north of Whitby at Staithes.

The North Yorkshire Moors are on Whitby's doorstep and you can drive over this beautiful countryside, or hop aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam train at Goathland or Grosmont and enjoy a nostalgic journey to Pickering.

York is 40 miles away from Killerby. You will need more than a day to see all its attractions. The Minster, Clifford's Tower and Castle Museum, the Railway Museum, the Jorvic Centre and the narrow medieval streets and Houses.On your way back from York you may be tempted to visit Castle Howard, the magnificent stately home and venue for spectacular evening concerts and fireworks displays.

Please take time to visit our own Stained Glass Centre where you can browse the showroom and exhibition and watch the craftsmen and women making beautiful stained glass windows, lampshades, mirrors and gifts.

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