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Central House Farm
Haverah Park
Harrogate
North Yorkshire

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Central House Farm is a large Victorian farmhouse on a working farm with cattle, sheep, pigs and goatsetc. The B&B is 0.75 mile from the nearest road on a tarmac driveway, and is situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by fields and woodland but just 3 miles (10 minutes drive) from Harrogate town centre. The Harrogate District is one of the most spectacular areas of England with attractive towns and villages, imposing historic houses, castles, abbeys, beautiful countryside and a host of other natural and man-made attractions. The location makes the B&B conveniently located for York, Leeds, Skipton, Ripon, Otley, Wetherby, Thirsk and Leeds/Bradford Airport. The Yorkshire Dales are only a short drive away also the North Yorkshire Moors and the east coast seaside towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington. From the house there is a footpath which leads through the farm to Harrogate and Norwood. The walk to Norwood is a delightful one if you like wildlife and birdwatching as it passes through fields, woodland and past Beaverdyke Reservoir. This is a list of the wildlife and birds you could possibly see on your stay in Haverah Park, at various times of the year.

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