Welcome to Bricknell Cottages

Inspected & Selected by Sawdays - A Special PlaceIf you would like to holiday in a beautiful and peaceful village,
10 miles from York, at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds in luxury accommodation designed for your comfort and relaxation then we hope to welcome you to Bricknell Cottages.

Bricknell Cottages are part of Pear Tree Farm, the title "Bricknell" coming from the herd name of the now dispersed world-renowned Holstein dairy herd. You will be staying in buildings converted from the old milking parlour, hay barn, stable, granary, milk dairy and calf rearing houses in which many of the famous Bricknell cows were born and lived, which is why we have named our lovely cottages after their previous inhabitants! There are wonderful stories behind such names as Ruby's Retreat, Ethel's Escape, Peach's Place, Roxy's Roost and Clover Leaf - why not come and stay and read all about them?

Times change and we are excited that our handsome buildings have been given a new lease of life, which we hope will be as fulfilling as their first.

What's going on, in and around...

Oh, the Hockney-Cokey...

Oh, the Hockney-Cokey...

The Yorkshire landscape, and in particular the Yorkshire Wolds, was the inspiration for many of David Hockney’s stunning paintings in his recent Royal Academy exhibition. Take the Hockney trail and visit some of the locations so synonymous with his work. The village of Kilham is the setting for the July/Winter Tunnel series of paintings with the trees at Thixendale inspiring the incredibly vibrant Three Trees at Thixendale series.

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