Award winning holiday cottages, situated within the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast Reserve
When you arrive at Grange Farm Cottages on Yorkshire's beautiful East Coast, you’ll find a warm, friendly and safe welcome awaits you despite these troubled times. We are following government and industry guidelines, whilst adding some additional measures to keep our guests and our family safe. We want you to have a great time, and to feel reassured that we are doing our best for you.
You will be able to help by being alert to potential hazards and following government guidelines including regular hand washing (especially after using bins, gates, etc), observing social distancing, leaving promptly at the end of your stay, and not arriving early. This will help to protect everyone and allow for the level of cleaning needed.
Should you, or a member of your party start to develop symptoms (God forbid) you should return home immediately, provided someone within the group is safely able to drive. Book a COVID-19 test as soon as possible and let us know the result.
Our award winning family-owned cottages are situated on the beautiful Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast, mid-way between the bustling seaside town of Bridlington, the quiet fishing village of Flamborough and Bempton Village with its world famous RSPB seabird colony. The cottages are comfortably appointed with gas central heating, spacious lounges, satellite TV, fully equipped kitchens, cosy bedrooms and all your home comforts catered for. Bed linen and towels are supplied. Some of our cottages are particularly suitable for use by less able visitors.
We regret pets and smoking are not allowed.
The cottages, which sleep from one to nine people (maximum six people at present), are grouped around a safe, sheltered, and sunny courtyard; bright with flowering tubs and hanging baskets - the ideal place to sit and relax. There is ample off road parking and a farm shop and tearooms are a five minute stroll away.
Within a short walk of the cottages are Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Danes Dyke Nature Reserve, a links golf course, a public swimming pool, land train to Bridlington, cliff top walks, beaches and several places to eat. The surrounding area is also excellent for walking, cycling, bird watching and nature lovers.