About Farndale Holiday

Set amid breathtaking scenery on a traditional working hill farm in Farndale. The Arches and The Old Carthouse is a superb barn conversion keeping features such as wooden beams traditional open fire in the living room and exposed stone walls.

Decorated and furnished to an excellent standard these cottages have all the ingredients to make a wonderful holiday.

Heated by oil central heating with the option of the open fire in the sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer, dryer, two tv's, dvd player etc..

Basket of logs are provided but more can be purchased from the farm.

Cot and high chair is available on request BBQ area and garden with amazing views.

One well behaved pet is welcome. No fireworks please due to close proximity of farm animals.

Church Houses - Farndale 0.5 miles away
Feversham Arms - Farndale 0.5 miles away
Blacksmith Arms - Lastingham- 8.5 miles away
Moors Inn - Appleton le Moors - 9.5 miles away

Kirkbymoorside, Hutton-le-Hole & Helmsley are a short drive away.

Previous visitors' comments about The Arches:

The location was amazing. The cottage was amazing too, stylish, cozy, lovely decor and kept immaculately. Fantastic farming family and the views were incredible! Probably would not have explored the Yorkshire Moors if hadn't stayed in such a rural location. Every turn was breathtaking and the local pubs were fantastic. The local Farndale show on bank holiday Monday was a wonderful unexpected pleasure.
Mrs Fretwell, Derby, August 2012

We love Farndale and have stayed at The Arches before. The owners are very friendly and helpful but keep a low profile. It's very nice being on a working farm, and the views from the property are wonderful.
Mrs Armstrong, Lewes, August 2012

A lovely place with fabulous views. It was very quiet and peaceful and the pub nearby was great.
Mrs Fitzgerald, Barnsley, June 2012

The owners family were very friendly and helped us with everything we asked. The cottage was in great condition in a wonderful location.
Mr Ratcliffe, April 2012