Short Breaks for Couples in Bunkbarn - all to yourselves

Lovely converted barn accommodation, beautifully set in Glaisdale dale in the North York Moors National Park with large landscaped garden with magnificent views, BBQ, fire-pit and running water.

Ideally located in this area of outstanding natural beauty, this farm is 12 miles from the popular port of Whitby and a mile or so from Wainwright’s Coast-to-Coast path.

It is surrounded by public footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes, and is on a working organic cattle & sheep farm, run by friendly owners, Chris & Emma Padmore.

BUNKBARN SHORT BREAKS for COUPLES in king-sized bed, February-November

Ideal for couples to have a very reasonably priced rural retreat in large barn comfort. This is holiday-cottage-quality accommodation that is designed for use by groups at the weekend, and has one bedroom, sleeping 11 on 9 single beds and a bunkbed. For couples, we provide a king-sized bed in the dorm and you have the whole place to yourselves!

There is a fully equipped kitchen in the living room with Freesat TV/DVD and WiFi. The smart washroom has 2 showers, 2 basins, a sink and 3 toilets. Throughout there is underfloor central heating and this, along with hot water & showers, is included in the price. The bunkbarn is attached to the main farmhouse.

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  • School Holidays must be booked for “Couples in King-size” for at least 3 midweek nights
  • Self-catering bring your own supplies or order on-line delivery
  • Sole use you get sole use of the accommodation

Break Rates for Couples

  • 2 midweek nights: £160 
  • 3 midweek nights: £200 
  • 4 midweek nights: £250 
  • 5 midweek nights: £300
  • 6 nights: £500
  • 7 nights: £600

Note: 2 nights minimum in Term-Time, 3 nights minimum in School Holidays

"Bank House Farm Hostel is big enough for group accommodation, but the layout and decor makes it perfectly cosy for a couple just to get away from it all and explore this beautiful part of North Yorkshire." - Rosemary H Nov 2015