We are a family run, arable farm situated in East Yorkshire, half way between Hull and the sea. We offer quiet, comfortable rooms as well as camping and caravanning fields. We are also proud owners of ‘Neddy’s Lookout’, our cosy shepherd’s hut that overlooks Neddy’s Field.
The village of Ottringham is on the main bus route between Hull and Withernsea, and it offers a pub, an Indian restaurant and a post office. It is a twenty minute drive from the centre of Hull, and if you carry on going, you can experience the wonder and beauty of Spurn Point, before venturing into Withernsea to sample fish and chips, and blow your change in the amusements.
If you’d rather stay close to the farm, the disused railway line that borders our fields offers a safe way to walk and cycle to neighbouring villages, allowing you to reach plentiful tea shops, coffee barns and pubs before making your way back.
“We’ve stayed here many times and have always been very comfortable. It’s a quiet location but well placed to access lots of places to visit and the self catering rooms are very comfy and all have a little kitchenette. The bathroom in the family room is huge! A great place to stay.” Trip Advisor