For luxury self catering holiday cottages and accommodation in Beverley, East Yorkshire join us at Broadgate Farm holiday lets. Farm cottages set in the Yorkshire Wolds in glorious Yorkshire only two miles from the market town of Beverley and minutes from Beverley Westwood. Each holiday cottage has been converted from charming period farm buildings, these self catering cottages each sleep from 4 to 9 and two of our holiday cottages link to sleep 12 in 6 bedrooms. They all have toasty eco-friendly central heating and a private garden/patio area, the farmstead is set in 19 acres of grass & woodland with lovely views across the fields. All our holiday lets have been individually designed and finished to a very high standard, Broadgate Farm Holiday Cottages provide high quality accommodation in Beverley for the leisure or business visitor. Winners of the 2013, 2015 and 2016 local tourism awards REYTA and finalists in the Yorkshire wide White Rose awards 2013, 2014, HC in 2016 & now 2017 finalists! Check our reviews on Trip Advisor and book your farm cottage in East Yorkshire direct with the owners.
Situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire the area is full of hidden tourist gems, there is so much to do here that you could stay for a month and do something different every day! Broadgate Farm Holiday Cottages are ideally located with all of the local Yorkshire attractions within easy reach. We are open all year round and offer short breaks throughout the year, unlike traditional holiday lets we do not insist on fixed arrival days - we are quite happy for you to start your break on the day that suits you.
It is just a mile to our closest village Walkington which has a picturesque duck pond, three welcoming pubs, a coffee bar and local shop/post office. You can stay in charming self catering barn conversions and stroll down into the village for a meal or drink. We are also convenient for Hull City of Culture 2017, York, Willerby, Cottingham, Beverley Racecourse, Bishop Burton College, the Yorkshire coast, East Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Wolds. Got Site Monitor