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Sinnington Common Farm, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire

Sinnington Common Farm
Kirkbymoorside
North Yorkshire

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Relax and enjoy our working family farm set in beautiful countryside on the edge of the North Yorkshire moors in Ryedale. Meet our farmyard animals including goats (Disc the biggest billy you are likely to see!), poultry,pet Dexter cattle (a bull who thinks he's a horse!),coloured horses,cobs Haflinger, a retired donkey, pot-bellied pig, friendly farm cats, dogs, ewes and lambs. Many are rescue animals and guests are welcome to interact with them. Pets are welcome and we have a farm walk with abundant wildlife including foxes hares, deer, curlews, partridge,herons, skylarks and pheasants and a chance to see green energy being grown - short coppice willows. Our accommodation includes an annexe room with whirlpool bath and shower, two 1-bedroomed cottages, 2 two bedroomed log cabins and a 2 bedroomed bungalow with large private garden (all with 2 bathrooms).All with free wi-fi

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Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2
Months Open: all year
Number of Units: 6
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: £135 (low) - £435(high)
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