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Somerset House Farm
Ingleby Arncliffe
North Yorkshire

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Somerset House Farm is situated on the outskirts of the village of Ingleby Arncliffe with fantastic views towards the Cleveland Hills. We are set in our own substantial landscaped grounds, with the large fish pond as the focal point, the deck to the side of the pond is a perfect place to sit and relax after a long days walking. If you prefer or the weather doesn't permit there is a conservatory where you can also relax.

We are Situated on the coast to coast walk on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. O.S. map ref:443 005 with close links to the A19. The Blue Bell in Ingleby Cross is only 12 minutes walk away and you can find good food and real ales before retiring back to Somerset House Farm.

We offer Bed and Breakfast to a high standard, our rooms are both contemporary and spacious. We currently have 2 double with en-suite and 1 twin with its own bathroom across the hall. All have tea and coffee making facilities, TV and a full English breakfast and also packed lunches are available on request.

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: £30
Twin: £30
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