Driffield Cottages

Driffield is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds, offering a perfect blend of countryside charm and friendly vibes. With its quaint streets, historic buildings, and stunning surrounding landscapes, it's the ideal destination for a relaxing getaway. Whether you're exploring the local markets, enjoying a pint at a traditional pub, or embarking on scenic walks through the rolling hills, there's something for everyone here. Plus, with its proximity to the beautiful Yorkshire coast and nearby attractions like Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House, there's plenty to see and do. And let's not forget our cosy Driffield cottages, where you can unwind and recharge after a day of adventuring. So why not escape the hustle and bustle and discover the laid-back charm of Driffield for yourself?

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Inspiration of things to see and do from our Cottages in Driffield

If you're looking for an authentic Yorkshire holiday then Driffield is the place for you. Time seems to slow down and you can relax and reconnect with your loved ones amongst breathtaking countryside. With the largest collection of Yorkshire cottages, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are our top 5 things to see and do from our cottages in Driffield:

Driffield Showground

Experience the annual Driffield Agricultural Show at the Driffield Showground, featuring livestock displays, agricultural machinery, food stalls, entertainment, and more.

Burton Agnes Hall

Visit the nearby Burton Agnes Hall, a stunning Elizabethan stately home surrounded by beautiful gardens. Explore the historic house, stroll through the award-winning gardens, and enjoy special events and exhibitions throughout the year.

Wolds Way Lavender

Take a scenic drive to Wolds Way Lavender, where you can wander through fields of fragrant lavender, visit the gift shop for lavender products, and enjoy refreshments at the café.

Driffield Navigation

Enjoy a leisurely walk or cycle along the Driffield Navigation, a restored canal that once connected Driffield to the River Hull. The towpath offers scenic views of the surrounding countryside and wildlife spotting opportunities.

Local Markets

Browse the bustling markets in Driffield, where you can find a variety of goods including fresh produce, crafts, antiques, and more. The weekly market and monthly farmers' market are popular among locals and visitors alike.

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