image for Farm item typeHumble Bee Farm

    Farm, free entry

    Contact

    John and Julia Warters

    01723 890437

    07905081357

    Address

    Humble Bee Farm,
    Flixton,
    Scarborough,
    N Yorks,
    YO11 3UJ

    Details

    Here at Humble Bee Farm, we are now part of the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme (HLS), run by Natural England. The scheme encourages farmers to work in harmony with the natural surroundings and therefore help to sustain our fragile ecology. Humble Bee Farm is already a haven for a myriad of wild animals, birds and plants, including hares, roe deer, corn buntings, lapwings, butterflies, beetles and lots more.
    By partaking in the HLS, we can now offer guests the opportunity to take part in a number of exciting events, from experiencing the wonders of the dawn chorus to taking part in a fantastic Cowboy and Indian weekend.

    For further details see www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

    Facilities for groupsAccepts groups

    Opening details

    Please contact the business for opening times

    Prices

    Free entry

    Directions

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    Map reference: TA 047778  Lat: 54.18530 Long: -0.39707

    By Road:
    From Scarborough take the A64 out of Scarborough and follow until you get to the Staxton roundabout. At roundabout take first exit onto the A1039 (signposted Filey0. Continue on this road until you approach the village of Flixton. Just before you enter the village take the right hand turn (signposted Fordon). Follow this road up to the top of the hill and take the right hand turn where Humble Bee Farm is signposted. You will descend down a track until Humble Bee Farm comes into view.

    By public transport:
    Limited bus service between Scarborough and Filey. See www.eyms.co.uk

    Parking: free

    Accessible by Public Transport: 4 miles from Hunmaby station

    Facilities

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