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Welcome to Newbiggin Hall Cottages.

Our four Holiday Cottages Granary, Cedar, Acorn and Park Lane are recently converted 17C farm buildings. They all have traditionally styled beamed ceilings and spacious open plan ground floor living, covered in either stone flags or tiles with under-floor heating. They are well equipped and furnished to a high standard, making them attractive and comfortable. For extra warmth in the winter months there is an electric stove fire in each cottage. A well lit parking area is situated directly outside the cottages with easy access. Each cottage has its own private garden with either a patio or grassed lawn to sit and enjoy the beautiful views.

Robin & Tina Howard



All the cottages can be booked together for family Reunions, Birthdays, Christmas, or Wedding Parties, and will accommodate 16 people plus an extra folding bed per cottage, a total of 20 guests.



The cottages are situated in the grounds of Newbiggin Hall, a 17th Century house which was rebuilt after a fire. The cottages are located in the Esk Valley within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, making it convenient for many beautiful walks. The ancient Monk's Trod is just outside your door and takes you on to the banks of the River Esk, where salmon are often seen or you can get a glimpse of a heron. Then you can either go across heather moorland into scenic valleys or onto the breathtaking coastline.

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Holiday with your horse

Newbiggin Hall Cottages welcome horses or ponies. So if you have an equine friend you would like to take on holiday with you, and would like to explore the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors or the Esk Valley, come and ride some of our many Bridleways, which start right out side your door.


Available free with restricted data allowance, of 2GB per cottage per week. Extra available at an extra cost.

Please note that Granary Cottage does not have an internet conection.

Finding Newbiggin Hall Cottages

From the A169 Pickering to Whitby Road

On reaching the roundabout turn left on to the A171, then take the first left to Aislaby. Go through the village until you reach the monument, take the road to the left, go out of the village for about 1.5 miles until you reach the large stone reading NEWBIGGIN HALL, turn left. The drive is just less than a mile long, the cottages are the first buildings you come to on the right.

Travelling along the A171 towards Whitby

On the Guisborough Road take the first right turning to Aislaby. At the monument turn right (follow the directions as above).