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|West Carlton is a beautiful Georgian house, circa 1720, set in its own delightful gardens with uninterrupted views of the surrounding unspoilt countryside. This non-smoking accommodation is in a very quiet rural area of East Yorkshire. Yet perfectly placed for all the attractions of the East Coast and the rest of this undiscovered corner of Yorkshire.|
All of our beautifully coloured co-ordinated bedrooms are en-suite with lots of extras to help make your stay special... fresh flowers, high quality toiletries, biscuits, and mineral water compliment the colour television, hair dryer and tea/ coffee tray in each room.
|Guests have their own very comfortable sitting room with log fire, cd-player, tv with video & DVD player.This room has lovely views over the garden and a roaring real log fire for chilly winter nights.|
In the delightful dining room you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast of locally produced and home-cured bacon and sausage, along with eggs from our own free range chickens... or, indeed, whatever else might take your fancy from our extensive breakfast menu.
Evening meals are also available by prior arrangement.
West Carlton is set in it's own extensive garden and orchard teaming with birdlife & with views of the open countryside. Enjoy relaxing walks all year round down traffic-free country lanes. In the summer months simply relax in our peaceful country environment.
Aldbrough lies north east of Kingston-upon-Hull. It is situated on the main East Coast road the B1242 approximately 6 miles south of Hornsea. As you enter Aldbrough from the Hornsea/Beverley direction take the first turn right (Carlton Lane) and continue along this road for about 2 miles. West Carlton is the second farm on this road.
From the South (Hull/Withernsea direction) take the turn left (Carlton Lane) opposite the "Country Stores" shop and follow the directions above.
West Carlton is a white Georgian farmhouse with the farm buildings on the other side of the road.
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