Brickfields Farm Kirkby Mills, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, YO62 6NS

Telephone 01751 433074

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SPECTACULAR SETTING

Brickfields Farm is situated in North Yorkshire with stunning panoramic views of the countryside.

If you require further information about the area or how to find us please contact us.

PLACES OF INTEREST

North Yorkshire is home to a range of great attractions all within easy reach of Brickfields Farm.

Below is a selection of places to visit, maps are available for use during your stay with us.

NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK

Dramatic moorland scenery, picturesque villages and stunning coastline.

RYEDALE FOLK MUSEUM

Set in two and a half acres

at Hutton-le-Hole, this is a

great open air museum.

CASTLE HOWARD

Designed in 1699, this is the largest stately home in Yorkshire.

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS RAILWAY

A railway through the heart of the National Park. Events are held during the year.

DUNCOMBE PARK

This fine house at Helmsley is the family home of Lord& Lady Feversham.

GARDENS OF YORKSHIRE

Seven unique and stunning gardens to visit  within easy reach of Kirkbymoorside.

EDEN CAMP

Modern history museum near Malton is a former prisoner-of-war camp.

FLAMINGO LAND

Yorkshire's ultimate Theme

Park attraction & the UK's most visited Zoo.

KIRKBYMOORSIDE

 

This small market town lies on the edge of the North York Moors National Park on the A170, between Helmsley and Pickering. Kirkbymoorside is often known as 'The Gateway to the Moors'.

 

HELMSLEY

 

Situated on the banks of the River Rye, this is one of Yorkshire's most popular market towns where buildings of mixed architectural style surround the market square and where there is a market on Friday's. Helmsley is popular with walkers as the starting point of the Cleveland way National Trail and the Ebor Way.

PICKERING

 

Pickering is a popular tourist destination sitting at the foot of the moors and famous for The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Medieval Castle, Beck Isle Museum and the stunning Saxon Church with its world-famous 15th century wall paintings.

THE HISTORIC CITY OF YORK

 

York is one of the great medieval wall cities of the world. It is 40 minutes away by car (approximately). A day can be spent viewing the sights, including the City Walls and Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, York Castle Museum and National Railway Museum. There is also plenty of opportunities for shopping and the day would not be complete without a visit to Betty's famous

tea rooms.

 

YORKSHIRE COAST

 

If you fancy a trip to the coast, Scarborough is one of England's oldest seaside resorts and Whitby, a traditional fishing town both make great days out for everybody.

DINING OUT AND LOCAL TAXIS

There are a number of pubs and restaurants in the area ranging from good home style cooked food to gastro style pubs and Michelin star restaurants. Brickfields Farm is about a 15 to 20 minute walk away from Kirkbymoorside, so is walkable. However, if you prefer to have transport, there are several taxis available in the area and we are happy to advise and assist with recommendations.

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