Skerry Hall Farm

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
and Pedigree Dexter Beef on the North Yorkshire Coast

View from Sledgates to Robin Hoods Bay View from Sledgates to Robin Hoods Bay View from Sledgates to Robin Hoods Bay

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Skerry Hall Farm is a traditional small farm on the edge of the North York Moors overlooking Fylingthorpe and Robin Hood’s Bay. The farm’s buildings cluster around the farmhouse and stone-built barns which date from the seventeenth century.

You can now stay for bed and breakfast at historic Skerry Hall Farm. Set in a quiet, secluded position, nestling into the hillside below heather-clad moorland, with panoramic views over Robin Hood’s Bay, Skerry Hall offers the perfect bolt hole for those seeking first class accommodation in a house full of character.

You can choose one of three beautiful rooms, each with an en-suite shower room. Breakfast is served in our guests' breakfast/sitting room, with its stone flagged floor and underfloor heating, which has a commanding view over the Bay.

The farm, which lies half a mile off the public road, is run by Alan and Jan Adams and has been home to the Skerry Herd of pedigree Dexter cattle since late 2004. Most of the beef we produce is sold through food lovers’ events or direct to the public, although recently we have reduced the herd somewhat. We also keep a small number of sheep and poultry.

Skerry Hall B&B

Relax in the peaceful beauty of the North York Moors, with views over the dramatic Yorkshire coastline near Robin Hood's Bay.

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Skerry Hall Beef

Enjoy our superb, well-marbled beef, raised on our farm and ethically slaughtered and butchered locally for best results!

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Winter's Last Bite?

28/02/2018

After some cold but beautifully sunny and crisp weather, Winter seems to be giving us one last bite before Spring arrives. Only a week ago our third guests since we re-opened enjoyed Spring-like conditions, the daffodils that line our drive were in bud and the birds were treating us to the sort of …

Winter's Last Bite?

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