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County - East Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01377 | code search
Postcode: YO25 | code search
Population: 2100
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Cross Keys Inn
"My friends and I were extremely disappointed in our visit to the cross keys nafferton where we are normally more than pleased with ,which is why we chose to go ..." More

Star Inn
"We stayed here in August 2004, on a two night break, as a family of four. Excellent accommodation and superb value for money.

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The Wolds village of Nafferton is quite a substantial one, its population according to the2001 census 2,184. This population, plus of course visitors, supports excellent amenities: a small school; chippie; post office, supermarket; and four pubs. The village sits just to the south of the A614 road between Driffield just a couple of miles to the south west, and Bridlington rather further away to the north east, and is also easily accessible by rail, having its own station on the line that winds between Hull and Scarborough. The village is a very pleasant one, with a variety of 18th century houses and cottages giving the place real charm, and new build that has brought growth and some new life to the area. There are two sites in the village that add hugely to its charm: the mere and All Saints’ Church. The mere, in the centre of the settlement, was once a mill lodge or pond, and though it is not in practical use these days it still provides a pleasant backdrop to village activities. All Saints’ Church is a typical Norman design in the perpendicular style. Once in the gift of the powerful Percy family, it was ceded to the Convent of Meaux in 1304. The village itself certainly predates the Norman era, its name being Norse in origin, originally denoting this was where one Nattfari had his farmstead. With Bridlington, Flamborough and Filey all within easy striking distance by car and by train, Nafferton makes a good base for exploring the coast as well as the gentle countryside of the Wolds. There are plenty of tings to visit near the village: the lovely Burton Agnes Hall is only three or four miles distant; Driffield Canal, a good place for spotting aquatic wildlife, is only two miles south; and the fascinating Rudston Monolith, the tallest standing stone in Britain, is just a quiet drive north through the back lanes.

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Fimber Gate Bed and Breakfast (2.34 miles)

Fimber Gate Bed and Breakfast

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A former railway gatekeeper's cottage, this single storey accommodation enjoys rural views of the Yorkshire Wolds. It has recently been extended and fully updated to give a comfortable and relaxing ... More

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Kilham Hall (2.93 miles)

Kilham Hall

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In a quiet corner of rural England lies the beautiful and relatively undiscovered Yorkshire Wolds, and here far from the madding crowd you find Kilham Hall in its stunning landscaped ... More

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Blue Bell Hotel (3.56 miles)

Blue Bell Hotel
The Blue Bell is a charming country hotel with good food and lovely rooms, as well as traditional charm and contemporary interiors. Situated on the Main Street in Burton Agnes, the attractions of Burton Agnes Hall, ... More | visit website
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White Horse Inn (4.85 miles)

White Horse Inn

The White Horse is ideally situated for touring the Yorkshire wolds and East Yorkshire coastline. Situated by the village green and duck pond of Hutton Cranswick, 3 miles from the market town of Driffield and ... More | visit website

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The Old Mill Hotel & Restaurant (6.11 miles)

The Old Mill Hotel & Restaurant

A country hotel situated on the Yorkshire Wolds surrounded by open fields and rolling countryside. The hotel has nine luxury en-suite rooms and a restaurant serving meals at lunchtime and evenings.

On a clear day you ... More | visit website

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North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages (6.42 miles)

North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages

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North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages are 3 luxury holiday cottages near Bridlington on Yorkshire’s beautiful East Coast. Three beautifully designed, luxuriously furnished holiday farmhouse style holiday cottages. Open all year, for ... More

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Manor Court Hotel (6.76 miles)

Manor Court Hotel
The Manor Court Hotel, is run under the personal supervision of the owners Robert & Lorraine McGivern, who have now been joined by their son Dominic. They have a team of 35 relaxed but enthusiastic ... More | visit website
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Wold Cottage (8.01 miles)

Wold Cottage
Katrina and Derek Gray and their family would like to welcome you to their beautiful Georgian farmhouse, The Wold Cottage at Wold Newton, near Driffield, East Yorkshire.

The Wold Cottage is a working farm of ... More | visit website
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The Royal Bridlington (8.61 miles)

The Royal Bridlington

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4 Star Guest Accommodation, 16 en suite bedroom, located in the beautiful South Beach area. Simply the best. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, colour tv, dvd players in family ... More

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Seashells Guest House (8.62 miles)

Seashells Guest House
New for 2011 Seashells family run guest house is located on the beautiful south side of Bridlington just a stones throw away from the never ending south beach. The guest house is situated close to ... More

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