Beautiful period house sleeping 17 with a hot tub, perfect for big family get togethers and special weekends in Yorkshire
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. The Beeches, Driffield, Yorkshire, sleeps 2 - 17 in 7 bedrooms.
The Beeches is an impressive Grade II listed house sleeping up to 19, ideal as a multi generation venue for celebrating milestones as well as simply getting together with friends and family. (Groups of singles by request max 15).
Situated 20 minutes from the Yorkshire Coast and 45 minutes drive from historic York. Within 45 minutes drive are lots for the family to do like Flamingo Land in Scarborough,The Deep in Hull, Dalby Forest to mention just a few or beautiful historic houses like Castle Howard, Sledmere and Burton Agnes Hall. Surrounded by countryside so lots of country walks and the nearby Cliffs at Bempton to see puffins, kittiwakes and gannets.
With 7 bedrooms each sleeping at least 2 people and some of the rooms have days beds, some with trundle beds underneath, taking the total capacity up to a maximum of 19 people in family groups. Two of these have zip and link beds so can be used as large super kings or twins. Two of the bedrooms have en suites and there are a further two family bathrooms plus a downstairs cloakroom.
There are 3 receptions with the largest being the drawing room with 3 sofas, TV and open log fire. Whilst this is a large room, it is also really cosy, especially with the log fire burning There is another sitting room on the ground floor with 2 sofas and TV, and up the main stairs on the second floor overlooking the front lawn a further seating area with 3 sofas. There are plenty of board games for all ages dotted around these rooms.
The hub of the house is the kitchen which is well equipped for catering for large family groups and the dining area seats up to 16 comfortably at the main table. Doors lead from here out onto the terrace which is perfect for catching the afternoon and evening sun and the perfect place for a barbecue, or relaxing in the hot tub.
Originating in the 1830's, The Beeches is half of a larger house which was extended in the 1870's by the renowned architect Temple Moore to house the Vicar of Driffield and his family. The long drive has ample parking for everyone and surrounds the vast lawn in front of the house which is dominated by a 200 year old sycamore tree.