GREYLANDS COTTAGE is a sandstone dwelling adjoining the 17th Century, Greylands Farmhouse (A Grade II Listed Building) on a working farm within the North York Moors National Park, and 700 yards from the cliff tops and spectacular views of the Yorkshire coastline.
The cottage has been used as a holiday home since 1989 and more than half our visitors return more than once, and in some cases every few months.
The farm is a 200 acre mixed farm with sheep, beef cattle and horses. On arable land we grow barley, beans and wheat. We will be pleased to show visitors around the farmyard, which is very popular with the children. If you visit in the springtime, you can watch the sheep giving birth and assist with feeding the pet lambs. The cows calve at varying times of the year and you are most welcome to watch.
Greylands Cottage is situated behind Greylands Farmhouse at the northern end of the village’s High Street, close to the Church and the turning to Port Mulgrave.
7 High Street