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Family Run Accommodation, Resaurant & tearoom
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Restaurant & Tearoom
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Art Gallery
History of Wold Village

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Baby Changing Facilities
No Smoking Throughout
Child Friendly
Disabled Access
FREE Parking
Restaurant & Tearoom
Accommodation
Onsite Craft Shop
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98%

Would recommend to a friend

"Excellent accommodation and top quality service. Cannot fault this property.

From the moment we arrived we were wowed by the high level of customer service. The rooms were spotless and beautifully furnished. Breakfast was delicious"

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"Stunning food, massive portions and great service - highly recommended if you're looking
for somewhere to host a
special event.

We often come here for coffee
or a meal, and having followed
the development of the accommodation, we had long
been looking for an excuse to
come and stay here..."

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Access Statement

Introduction

We are a tourism based family Partnership housed in converted, Grade 2 Listed, Georgian farm buildings comprising Tearoom/Restaurant, Craft Shop, Craft Workshop and Four Star (Gold) Guest Accommodation.

The Partners are Maureen Holmes, Chris Brealey and Sally Brealey. We are located on Bainton Roundabout at the junction of the A614, B1248 and B1246 five miles west of the market town of Driffield in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

The whole site covers some six acres of which nearly five are car park, woodland and landscaped areas

Pre-Arrival

Arrival & Car Parking Facilities

  • The Entrance and Car Park are off the B1248 just north of Bainton roundabout
  • The tarmac Car Park has designated spaces for 40 cars inc. 2 for disabled use
  • There is a small area for overflow and staff cars which has a hard core base
  • Limited parking is available in front of the Accommodation building on gravel

Main Entrance & Reception

  • The property has two Courtyards.
  • The east one houses Restaurant, Shop and Workshop and is accessed directly from the Car Park down three steps or by a ramp
  • The west one houses the Guest Accommodation and has road access from the Car Park
  • The main Reception is at the Guest Accommodation but anyone wanting Shop or Restaurant should go there directly

Public Areas - General (Internal)

  • The Restaurant has five eating areas all at ground level with one level access
  • The Shop has 3 rooms at ground level and one accessed by a stairway
  • The Accommodation has 3 rooms at ground level and four accessed by a stairway designed for ambulant disabled.
  • The Edwardian Room on the ground floor is a twin room equiped for disabled use

Public Areas - WC

  • The WC block is situated next to the Restaurant in the east courtyard
  • The floor is ceramic tiled and all at one level, walls are emulsion painted
  • Male, Female and Disabled facilities are provided.
  • A Baby Changing facility is in the Female WC area
  • Accommodation rooms all have their own WC facilities

Art Gallery

  • The art gallery is all at ground level with one level access from the East Courtyard
  • The floor is ceramic tiled and all at one level, walls are emulsion painted.
  • There is both natural & atificial lighting

Restaurant / Dining Room & Bar

  • The Restaurant/Tearoom comprises five rooms - Conservatory, Well Room, Scullery, Archway and Dining Room
  • The bar is licensed to sell wines, beers and spirits when having a meal. The Licensee is Chris Brealey

Booking is advisable for lunch time and evenings.

  • The Conservatory, Archway and Dining Room have good natural light. The Scullery and Well Room have artificial lighting to give a warm, cosy effect. The rooms are candle lit in the evening.
  • Flooring is all one level and is a mixture of stone slabs or varnished boards
  • The furniture is movable and can be arranged to suit parties or wheelchairs
  • Service is Waitress service at table. Tables can be pre booked.
  • Guests wait to be seated and consideration is given their abilities when selecting their seating
  • The menus are printed in English and encapsulated. They give a list of the available meals with prices. Meals are based on English Country Cuisine. The evening menu is a la carte.
  • Particular dietary needs can be accommodated - some may require notice
  • Help is available from staff if anyone has difficulty reading a menu
  • The till has a visible display and can supply an itemised bill if requested

Laundry

  • Not Available

Shop

  • The Craft shop comprises three rooms at ground level selling a range of bought in giftware.
  • In addition some 80 local craftspeople use our shop to sell their hand made products on a commission basis.
  • One room on the first floor level, accessed by a stairway, displays reproduction and antique furniture and giftware
  • All goods have bar coded price labels and assistance is available from staff in case of difficulties in selecting goods or reading prices.
  • The till has a visible display and gives an itemised list of purchases
  • Payment can be made with cash, card or cheque

Outdoor Facilities

  • The east courtyard is used for al fresco dining when weather permits
  • The west courtyard has a Gazebo for use by guests using the Accommodation
  • There is a short walk in the woodland surrounding the Car Park

Bedrooms

  • The Accomodation has a four star, gold, rating.
  • There are seven en-suite luxury bedrooms - 6 doubles and 1 twin. The room rate is £100 for double occupancy and £70 single. Prices include full Yorkshire breakfast. The single rate does not apply at weekends when the rate is £100.
  • Each room has a bath with a shower over it
  • Each one is decorated in a historical theme:- the Gothic, Tudor, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Georgian are double rooms and the Edwardian is a twin room.
  • All have smoke detection and alarm sounders
  • Special care is taken to note guests with disabilities when letting rooms so that assistance can be given in an emergency
  • One room, the Edwardian on the ground floor, is equiped for disabled use

Additional Information

  • The whole complex is attractively laid out and maintained to a high standard and is located in a delightful, unspoilt corner of the Yorkshire Wolds.

You can be assured of a warm welcome when visiting Wolds Village

  • Address: Wolds Village, Manor Farm, Bainton, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO25 9EF
  • Telephone: 01377 217698
  • Fax: 01377 217998
  • Email: info@woldsvillage.co.uk
  • Website: www.woldsvillage.co.uk
  • Grid reference: SE.964.533
  • Hours of operation: 7 days/week 10am-8pm (5pm Sundays) The complex is closed from 27th Dec for two weeks

Future Plans

  • Plans are to continue as we are at the moment with no immediate plan for more developement

We welcome your feedback to help us continuously improve if you have any comments please phone 01377 217698 or email info@woldsvillage.co.uk


Recommended by Trip Advisor
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Gold Award
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White Rose Awards
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Telephone: 01377 217698 or email: info@woldsvillage.co.uk