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Humble Bee Farm Announces Latest Glamping Innovation

Nomadic Yurt Scarborough

Awarding-winning Humble Bee Farm has just announced the latest innovative addition to their ‘glamping’ portfolio – four Nomadic Yurts at their site in the Yorkshire Wolds.


The year-round tents will be in place from February 2016 and bookings are now being taken.

The family-owned business is located just outside Flixton, between Scarborough and Filey.

The site includes tent and tourer pitches, 16 ‘Big Chief” Wigwams, Merry Dales Glamping Bell Tents and three holiday cottages, two with hot tubs.

Run by John and Julia Warters, the site is open all year and is run in tandem with their arable and stock farm.

Julia said:

"We are delighted to announce the addition of four Nomadic Yurts to the Humble Bee family. We thoroughly researched the product before selecting four Yurts which will be in place for February next year. These are superb quality structures that will include a stargazer window, log burner, fairy lights, beds and more, along with an outdoors canopied cooking area."

"One of our unique selling points is that we are a working farm so guests can meet the farmyard gang, such as our free range hens and Buttercup, our goat, see us harvesting the crops and looking after the landscape, as well as staying in a peaceful rural location."

"We welcome families throughout the year, and we often get the three generations staying with us; grandparents, parents and children."

Humble Bee Farm were recently named best Caravan Holiday Park & Holiday Village at this year’s White Rose Awards which honour the best tourism businesses in Yorkshire.

For more information about Humble Bee Farm visit www.humblebeefarm.co.uk

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