Storey Farm Cottage

Dog in nearby woods.

Booking & Tariff

We welcome bookings for 2, 3 or 4 nights, or for a week or more. You can of course come for one night only, but that will still be charged at the minimum two-night rate.

Rates range from around £420 to £880 per week depending on the time of year, so that’s £60 per night at the cheaper times.

At the moment bookings are handled by cottages.com.

To book, or to check prices and availability, please click the link below which will take you to their website, or call them on 0345 498 6900.

Feel free to ring us direct at the farm on 01751 417106 where we can help and advise. We always aim to be flexible where we can and sometimes have special offers.

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Booking Notes

Arrival days are Friday with short breaks starting either Friday, Saturday or Monday.

The cottage sleeps a maximum of six people, but is a perfect romantic retreat for couples too.

Sorry but pets are not allowed in the cottage.  If you’re missing your dogs, feel free to borrow one of ours for a walk!

As a self catering cottage, we aim to provide an initial small supply of some of the basics, but you’ll need to stock up for your stay.  Let us know and we can arrange a supermarket delivery (Tesco, Sainsbury’s) to suit you.

Logs for the wood burning stove are not provided but are available locally.

There’s no landline in the cottage but you can use the farm phone if needed.  Mobile coverage is usually available within walking distance and there is currently no Wi-fi (one of the benefits!).

Non-smokers only please.

Don’t forget your walking boots!

Words of praise from our guests.

Very comfortable cottage with great access to countryside. Many thanks for the Easter eggs - the kids loved them! See you again.
Forbes family , West Sussex , April 2016
Well appointed, lovely cottage in tranquil surroundings. Thanks from the adults for wine & flowers and, from 2½ year old Ella, for duck feeding expeditions with Cathie.
Cornthwaite family , Doncaster , August 2015
Another lovely week. Love the new look cottage too – warm, cosy and bright! Thanks for everything and I do hope we can return again next year.
The Davis family , Lincoln , April 2015
Fantastic cottage, with beautiful views across the valley. The whole family have had a lovely break. Catherine and Ian have been brilliant hosts: great recommendation by Ian for the Ryedale Folk Museum and the New Inn, certainly worth a visit, and Flora and Hattie loved feeding the ducks with Cathie. Thanks for a great holiday xxx.
P, K, R, F & H Cooper , September 2014
Thanks for the wine and warm welcome. We had a lovely time and I really enjoyed the warmth of the snug cottage after the chill of November hikes. Danby bakery is worth a stop, as too are the grouse on the moors, the porpoises off the marina drive in Scarborough and the Muntjac deer here. Even the weather was good!
Sarah & Dave & family , Brighton , November 2013
So much to do we ran out of days!!! Visited Robin’s Hood Bay for crab fishing in rock pools, Runswick Bay to negotiate the steepest steps in the world and Scarborough beach for sandcastle building. We went on our traditional visit to Pickering Church and the museum, Thirsk to the World of James Herriot and North Yorkshire Railway to Aidenfield from Heartbeat. Hardly spent any time at this lovely cottage but had cosy nights and breakfast in the garden. A wonderful holiday – thank you! xxx
B, C & family , Bucks , September 2013
An unexpected bonus: this year a second visit! Well worth it - as usual. Comfortable, peaceful adn relaxing. Great to see the first Tour de Yorkshire too. Maybe we will have an opportunity to see it again some time. Thanks so much. The glorious weather makes it hard to go!