Beyond our farm, explore the public footpaths - one of which passes through our fields - that take you through some of the most beautiful countryside in England, to dramatic cliff tops or down to the sea at Robin Hood's Bay. Explore the open moorland, rich in Bronze Age archaeology with numerous tumuli, linear earthworks and even a stone circle. Hear the curlew and the grouse.
Locally you can visit the National Trust's Coastal Centre in the Old Coastguard Station in Robin Hood's Bay, go to the local museum, enjoy a ghost walk ... and all that without even venturing to Whitby.
Visit this page again, as we will be posting details of a whole host of things for you to do during your stay, with links to websites as appropriate, and below are a few things happening over the next few months just to whet your appetite.
National Parks are some of the darkest places in England. This week-long festival celebrates the night sky with a host of events, many close to us in Robin Hood's Bay.h
The NYMR has many events throughout the year, and in March one of the world's greatest steam engines 'Royal Scot' is here.
The first of three festivals (Spring, Summer and Autumn) organised by the Whitby Charter Skippers Association. Generous cash prizes.
Founded in 1994 the event has grown to become one of the world's largest Goth gatherings, bringing thousands to the town.
Inspired by hosting the start of the Tour De France, the Tour De Yorkshire is now an important event in the cycling calendar. Stage 1 (173km) passes the access to Skerry Hall Farm, the summit of the climb from Robin Hood's Bay.
Details as April, £5,000 first prize.
Now in its 176th year, one of the oldest sea regattas, there is a wide programme of events in addition to yacht and rowing races. Grand finale with fun fair and fireworks.
A full week of song and dance at this internationally known event.
One of the largest village shows in the country and now in its 128th year. Displays of blacksmithing / farriery, farmers' market,wide range of livestock, show jumping, heavy horses, produce, handicrafts and trade stands.
The second major Goth festival of the year.