In these difficult times it has never been more important to have something to look forward to in the New Year. We have vouchers available to give as Christmas presents (or for any other occasion) towards the cost of a stay of two or more nights in any of our three rooms. The vouchers, which can be for any amount and can be personalised, have no expiry date and can be redeemed at any time once we are able to reopen.
There are some dark goings on around Robin Hood's Bay this next couple of weeks as the Dark Skies Festival gets underway. It runs from 15th February until 3rd March and details of the many events planned can be found on the National Park's website at www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/darkskies. Here at Skerry Hall Farm we are priviledged to enjoy superb dark skies away from street lights and the light pollution glow of large connurbations. There are few places better to enjoy starry skies or the moon, which is spectacular when seen across the bay reflecting on the sea. There is a full moon on 19th February.
No sooner have family and friends departed after Christmas than it seems the time for reopening our B&B is upon us, with just over three weeks to go now until Friday 15th February. We thought that it was hectic preparing for Christmas, with family arriving from Australia, Iraq and Trinidad, as well as the UK, but we are just as busy now preparing for our first guests of 2019, making marmalade and jams, as well getting on with jobs such as TB testing the herd, fitting a new hot water cylinder, etc. etc.
Happy New Year to all! We plan to reopen our B&B on Friday 21st February following our winter shut down - which began early as both Jan and Alan required surgery. Both are now on the mend and we are looking forward to welcoming our first guests of 2020. We have not yet determined when our next beef will be ready as it will still be a while yet before Alan is fit to deal with that.
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