- Booking Information
- Privacy Notice
- Environmental Policy and Visitors' Code
- About our Location at High Barn and Field House
- Holidays in East Yorkshire
- Why so few National Trust Houses?
- Attractions and Activities
- Eat Like A King - Our Top Choices
- Our Top 10 Value Eating Places
- Live Like A Local
- Our Top 10 Country pubs
- Reasons to Stay at High Barn
- Bike Hire. Cycle routes. Dalby Forest
- Travel Directions
- Surrounded by Nature
- Rainy days?
- Castles, Houses and Gardens
- Yorkshire Coast Nature-wildlife tours & events
- Done Everything in the Area?
- Adventurous Activities
- Golfer's East Coast Passport Offer
- Access Statement and wheelchair taxis
In this section, you will find useful information to assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in Yorkshire.
We have a superb location near Bridlington on the East Yorkshire coast, within easy reach of Pickering, Scarborough, Whitby and York.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Field House Farm Holiday Cottages
Why not take a look at Field House Farm Cottages?
York Old Brewery
Hop Store, Malt House, Brew House
Why not take a look at The York Old Brewery?
High Barn Holiday Cottages Information
Live Like A Local
We have found that many of our guests like to support well- loved local businesses. Here's a selection of some of our favourites.
- Higginson's Bakery, High Street, Old Town. Great bakers, super quality ham. Rolls made up while you wait.
- Crozier's Butchers, High Street, Old Town. Helpful butchers with top quality meat.
- St Quentin's Creamery, Harpham for local milk. Their milk can be purchased from Bempton Post Office.
- The Side Oven Bakery, Foston-on -the-Wold. Mornings only. Bread, pastries, croissants, apple juice.
- Wold Top Brewery near Hunmanby. Purchase direct from the on-farm brewery.
- Fish and chips - there are excellent establishments all over Bridlington. We like the one at Sewerby, which is the nearest. Also very popular is 149 Marton Road, who were winners of the Best Fish and Chips in Britain 2011.
- Local Farmers' Markets - Malton, Humber Bridge
- Gallery 49 , Market Place, Bridlington Old Town. Lovely gifts, interesting art and jewelry.
- Reighton Nurseries. Hardy plants. Well priced. Poorly laid out, but fun to hunt out a bargain.
- Marshall's Shoe Shop, Bridge Street Old fashioned service. Quality shoes.
- Sterchi's in Filey or Bonnets in Huntriss Row Scarborough for hand-made chocolates.
- Taste of the Sea, Bridlington Harbour for fresh fish.
- Thompson's, St John's Road, Bridlington. Ironmongers as they were in the 1950s!
- Eastfield Nurseries for two good cafes, deli and Yorkshire produce.
- Marton Manor Farm Shop