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Butterwitts Farm

   Bed & Breakfast   

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Keith Daniel


 Butterwitts Farm is situated in the stunning valley of Little Fryup. It is a working hill farm and home to Colin, Liz, lots of cows, a flock of sheep, a handful of hens and a spaniel called Alfie!




Bed and Breakfast

We love to welcome guests to our home and have a fantastic bed and breakfast suite, which used to be the former stable and hayloft.

The comfortable accommodation has its own entrance and private lounge. A place to recharge the batteries and read the wide selection of local interest books.

The large airy bedroom and ensuite is upstairs with tea and coffee making facilities. The room has a kingsize bed and a single. Views from the window stretch up the valley. After a good night's sleep, indulge in a 'Fryup' or something lighter if you prefer.



The Yorkshire Cycle Hub


Amazing cafe, bike shop and bike hire, well worth a visit and only a short walk up the valley

The Moors Centre, Danby

The hands on visitor centre enlightening you to all there is to know about the local area! There is also an art gallery to enjoy as well as a cafe, gift shop and a range of activities. It's a great place to start!

Stonehouse Bakery, Danby

A lovely little bakery/cafe in our nearest village, great for stocking up the picnic basket or popping in for lunch


A beautiful village home to two cafes, a bakery, pub, local shop and post office, not too mention the stunning river and stepping stones

Danby Castle

Although not usually open to the public, these stunning ruins are thought to once have Catherine Parr as a visitor! The site is now used as a wedding venue

North York Moors Railway

A heritage railway running between Pickering and Grosmont (Aidensfield from Heatbeat and Hogsmeade from Harry Potter), both stunning places to visit. 


A very scenic little village with an excellent open air museum, pub and little shops


A very popular seaside town, famous for its fish and chips, Abbey, Dracula and Captain Cook. A perfect place to explore

Castle Howard

Fantastic Stately home, worth a full day of exploring. With a play area, restaurants, gardens, shops and a garden centre, it's a great idea for a day out

 From gentle strolls to challenging hikes and rides, Butterwitts has fantastic routes from the door. There are many valley walks that follow the river and visit local villages. In contrast there are miles of moorland paths with super views. We have a good selection of maps, walking and cycling books and love to recommend walks and cycle routes to visitors

Contact Information

Butterwitts Farm accomodation is open from Easter to October, 

Our current rates start at £35 per person per night. 

One well behaved dog is allowed

Please feel free to contact us for more details and availability.



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