Humble Bee Farm is located in the lovely Yorkshire Wolds, which includes rolling hills and chalk paths aplenty for some delightful walks. This part of Yorkshire welcomes walkers with tea shops, pubs and hotels open for business all year round, serving refreshments so you can refuel after your exertions!
Guests at Humble Bee Farm can choose from three walks that take our pastures starting with a 20-minute stroll to a one-hour ‘stretch of the legs’. We have some easy-to-follow, laminated maps available from our reception.
Part of another National Trail, The Cleveland Way, is within driving distance of the farm, and heads north up the Yorkshire Coast from Filey taking in rugged cliff top walks and steep, steep climbs as it heads to Saltburn-by-the-Sea before turning inland for the rest of the journey.
North York Moors National Park
The North York Moors National Park includes scores of walks across heather-clad moors, taking in villages, waterfalls and hills.
As well as some challenging walks, there are some forest walks in over 8,000 acres of woodland at Dalby Forest – see wild deer, rare birds and even the local astronomical observatory!
Gentle Seaside Strolls
For those who want just a gentle – if windy! – stroll, then you can’t go wrong with Filey’s Esplanade and Scarborough’s Marine Drive. Both are close to Humble Bee and have car parking nearby.
There are also pleasant town walks in Bridlington and Flamborough Head includes the iconic white Trinity House Lighthouse, whose beam can be seen for miles as it shines from its position on the chalk cliffs.
Detailed walking maps are published by the Ordnance Survey, with both Outdoor Leisure Explorer and Landranger editions covering the whole of Yorkshire. You can purchase paper maps or ‘go digi’ by visiting their website https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk
As dogs are very welcome here at Humble Bee Farm, this guide is designed to help you and your furry friends have an enjoyable stay in the area. This is an unofficial guide, recommendations are welcome!
Beach Bans from1st May – 30th September
However, there are many dog friendly beaches in the area too!
When you decide to take a trip to cottages North Yorkshire plan your payment schedule and insurance to make the trip a success. Be aware of the possible losses you face in the event of problems like sickness, baggage loss and circumstances that force a cancellation of the trip and choose the insurance plan accordingly.