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Places of Interest

Grange Farm is surrounded by exciting things to do for its visitors of all ages:

Sewerby Hall - A historic country house and zoo situated 300m from the cottages. Soak up some history and meet a variety of animals from penguins to llamas, all in one afternoon!

The Wolds Way National Trail - A firm favourite with walkers, features panoramic views of stunning countryside scenery.

Burton Agnes Hall - An Elizabethan stately home packed with treasures, paintings and a fascinating family history.

RSPB Reserve at Bempton Cliffs - Over 200,000 birds to see in their natural habitat. From bringing food to the babies to the young making their first flight, you’re sure to see some delights at Bempton Cliffs.

Bridlington - This traditional UK holiday destination offers all you could wish for from the British seaside; funfairs, donkey rides and sandy beaches for the kids to play on.

Beverley - A traditional Yorkshire market town with a 15th Century Minster, its own racecourse and a fascinating Victorian centre. Also close by to The Deep aquarium in Hull and the Humber Bridge.

Sledmere House - Another fine country house with a host of beautiful Chippendale and Sheraton furniture.

Yorkshire Nature Triangle - The Yorkshire Nature Triangle in eastern Yorkshire is well known among local naturalists for its rich fauna and flora, but it's a hidden secret for a wider audience increasingly keen to see more of Britain's spectacular wildlife.

Just a short drive away are the coastal resorts of Hornsea, Filey, Scarborough, Robins Hoods Bay and Whitby. York is approximately 1hr by car.

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