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North York Moors 4 Star Self-Catering Holiday Cottages all with magnificent views over Danby Dale

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Church House Farm

(49 Guest Reviews)

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Review Summary

  • Cottages 4.9
  • Value 4.9
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 5.0
  • Facilities 4.9
  • Service 5.0
  • Location 5.0

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Church House Farm Information


Church House Farm is situated in Danby Dale at the heart of the spectacular North York Moors National Park. The Holiday Cottages look across the fields to the historic St. Hilda's Church and all enjoy panoramic views across the dale to the North York Moors. The 4-star self-catering Holiday Cottages are converted from old sandstone farm buildings and are situated around a courtyard all with views over the dale. The four Holiday Cottages are comfortable and well equipped to sleep 2 - 4 people. There is ample private parking and a spacious shared garden which has magnificent views over Danby Dale. The bed and breakfast accommodation is in the main farmhouse. There are two en suite bedrooms on the first floor with extensive views over the fields and across the dale to the moors. At Church House Farm, you can have the best of both worlds. Stay in the picturesque and peaceful countryside of the North York Moors National Park, with the superb amenities of the villages of Danby and Castleton just 1.5 miles away, which between them offer four pubs serving great food, a small supermarket, a bakery and cafe, health shop, tea rooms and The Moors National Park Visitor Centre. Church House Farm is ideally situated to explore the beautiful North Yorkshire Heritage Coast including Whitby, Saltburn and Runswick Bay. There is the famous North York Moors Railway and 'Heartbeat' country, Helmsley Castle, Rievaulx Abbey, and Pickering Castle all within easy reach. As well as countless walks, rides and cycle routes for all abilities, including sections of The Coast to Coast Path, The Cleveland Way, and The Moors to Coast Cycle Route.

Cleaning and safety

  • Disinfected between stays
  • Rooms sealed after cleaning
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Social distancing
  • Staff protective clothing
  • Contactless check-in/out
  • High-touch surfaces disinfected
  • Linens washed to local guidelines
  • Mattress and pillow protectors
  • Washable duvet covers
  • Reduced occupancy
  • Staff trained in safety protocol


  • Meet & greet service
  • Garden


  • Free parking

Children's Facilities

  • Highchairs

Activities and Experiences

  • Animal watching
  • Bird watching
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Walking
  • Games, chess, cards
  • Pub crawl
  • Hiking


  • Check in
    16:30 21:00
  • Check out
  • Child Policy
    No preference
  • Smoking Policy
    No smoking
  • Pets
    No pets
Booking Terms and Conditions


Ground floor room available Daisy Cottage only


  • Road from Castleton Village (1.9 miles)

    Follow the road out of Castleton toward Danby and take the right turn signposted Ainthorpe, Fryup and Botton Hall. Go up the hill passing a farm and houses on the right until reaching Danby C.E. Primary School on the right. Turn right immediately before the school signposted Botton and Danby Church. Follow this road for approximately 1 mile passing the church on the right and Church House Farm is the next building on the right.

  • Road from Danby Village (1.9 miles)

    From the A171 drive through the village of Danby until you arrive in Ainthorpe, turn left at Danby C.E. Primary School signposted Botton and Danby Church. Follow this road for approximately 1 mile passing the church on the right and Church House Farm is the next building on the right.

    Please note if using a Sat Nav you may be brought here through gated roads, these are public rights of way so keep going. If coming in from the North (Danby or Castleton) most Sat Nav systems will take you past Church House Farm and on to the neighbouring property (Lumley House), look out for our black and white sign on the gable end of a roadside building. If coming from the South (via Hutton le Hole or Rosedale) continue on past Lumley House and we are about a quarter of a mile further on.

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