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Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

Stayed two nights in one of the pods over bank holiday. Fantastic. Immaculately clean, gorgeous surroundings and the owner is lovely. Beautiful pub/restaurant 10 minutes down the road, ideal for lovers of the outdoors and perfect for commuting to York, Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington. Very highly recommended we'll definitely be staying again.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Neil C
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

We booked Greenwick Farm on a bit of an impulse and very last minute a week or so ago, a couple of rooms for 3 of us - and Fran couldn't have been more helpful and welcoming, both in her emails and when we met her late on the Friday evening.

Greenwick Farm is beautiful and it's setting is just incredible, nestled right in the centre of the Wolds. Our rooms were perfect, tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean and with every attention to detail and lovely quality bed linens and fluffy towels. Fresh milk for our coffee and tea and delicious homemade shortbread in each room. And use of the elegant lounge downstairs was a bonus.

Breakfast was delicious, plenty of fresh fruits and yoghurt, delicious porridge for me and full English breakfast for the others. All served with a smile.

The grounds of Greenwick Farm are stunning and I think Fran's garden is open to the public on occasion. The holiday huts looked of high quality too and are just opposite the main house - very close.

To be honest, I don't think the TA pictures do this gem of a B&B full justice - everything looked EVEN nicer when we saw it for ourselves. Will most definitely return when we can for another lovely break here.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Adelai
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Reviewed 11 May 2016

These are such a lovely place to stay. They are more lodges than pods. They have two single beds, a gorgeous shower & toilet area and an area to prepare food and wash dishes.

It was my friends birthday on the day that we arrived and having asked Fran previously she very kindly arranged for some fizz to be in the fridge. She even baked a fabulous chocolate cake that was very much appreciated after a long days cycling.

Highly recommended.

Secure lock up for bikes for those doing the 'Way of the Roses' - a couple of miles off the route but well worth the extra peddle.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Clare B
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Reviewed 25 October 2015 via mobile

Stayed here last night for our first wedding anniversary, for something different, pods emaculate,very well equipped, breakfast fresh in fridge, nice and warm, fantastic bathroom area and very warm welcome.A small TV would be good, as there is nothing around.Need to drive to dine as no taxis in this area. Would recommend! had very nice mixed grill at The Wolds in.Definitely would visit again.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank sarah d
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

We visited Greenwick Farm garden recently, which was open for the National Garden Scheme on their open day on 23rd August. National Garden Scheme raises money for nursing and caring charities: Macmillan, Marie Curie, Hospice UK, Carer's Trust and many more including Parkinson's this year.

We did not stay at the B&B or in the wonderful cabins which we were shown on a previous visit. We were there to support the National Garden Scheme and Fran and Owen with their first opening of their garden for the scheme. We were numbers 414 and 415 through the gate, so that shows you just how incredibly popular the garden had been!

Greenwick is no 'normal' garden, and if you have any pre-conceived ideas about what a garden should look like, clear your mind. This is no 'run of the mill' garden. It is truly amazing in concept and execution and is a joy to behold.

The one acre woodland garden was only created 5 years ago from a large dell and disused area of the farm. The canopy has been raised on the enormous trees, so that the garden is less shady, and is under planted with shrubs and herbaceous perennials, but on such a pretty huge scale. There are paths around the sloping sides of the dell which make it fun for both children and adults; it makes you feel like a child again wanting to investigate and see around the corner of the winding paths.

The garden can be seen really well from the house, and how lucky the occupants are to have such a stunning garden to look at from their windows, and the unbelievable views of the Yorkshire Wolds beyond. I will really look forward to their opening next year , which I am told is on Sunday 21st August 2016, when we will have the chance to experience the pleasure of seeing the garden once again.

I must also recommend the teas, looked after by a smiling team of lady's. What a lot of washing up they did and they still they smiled. We both had generous portions of first class chocolate cake and a really good cup of tea.
If you are putting it in your diary for 2016, make sure you make time for tea!

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank Nordhamcottages
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