Experience Farmhouse Living
Welcome to our Four Star Rated Silver Award family run Bed and Breakfast. We are a Georgian farmhouse Bed and Breakfast on a working farm.
We are situated between the rural villages of Bagby and Kilburn, about 5 miles from Thirsk (home to James Herriott), in North Yorkshire, with easy access to the A19 and A1. and A1M.
Local Attractions & Things To Do
The Forresters Arms
Situated The Forresters Arms is a traditional Inn set in the village of Kilburn, at the foot of Sutton Bank and the White Horse.
Serving home-cooked pub classics plus seasonal specials, they also have 8 ensuite bedrooms and a private dining room.
They serve food 7 days a week and always have takeaway (for food and beer !) available for those camping nearby or just dont want to cook!
The Greyhound at Bagby
Situated in the delightful North Yorkshire village of Bagby, The Greyhound is approximately 3 miles from Thirsk, very close to Sutton Bank with its amazing views, an ideal location for touring the picturesque countryside of the North York Moors National Park.
A magnificent historic house in the North of England, just a short drive away from our B&B. It has ornate interiors, landscaped gardens and it's where the Netflix hit 'Bridgerton' is filmed!
World of James Herriot
Like millions worldwide, you’ve probably read his books or watched All Creatures Great and Small, or maybe you’ve heard of James Herriot on the TV series The Yorkshire Vet. Well why not come and see where James Herriot, the world’s most famous vet, lived, worked and wrote his incredibly successful series of books based on his experiences as a young North Yorkshire vet.
Herriot Country Tourism
Thirsk-based veterinary surgeon Alfred James Wight writing under the pseudonym of James Herriot had his first book published by Michael Joseph in April 1970. Five more books followed, a film, and a long running BBC TV series ‘All Creatures Great and Small’. All were the foundation for what we know as ‘Herriot Country’.
Discover over 100 miles of scenic cycle routes moments away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B. By following the link below, you can select and explore the routes most suitable to you and your friends.
From hilltop views to woodland tracks,
by following the link below you can explore some of the most popular walking and hiking routes around Kilburn Woods and
the White Horse.
Kilburn White Horse
Designed and financed by Thomas Taylor, a Victorian businessman, the White Horse is a must see for those in the area.
The Kilburn White Horse is approximately 10 minutes drive away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B.
The Fauconberg Arms
'A true hidden gem, right on our doorstep'
A beautiful 17th century Inn, full of charm, character and history. Here you can taste real homemade pub food amongst the cosy wooden beams and log fires.
The Fauconberg Arms is approximately 10 minutes drive away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B.
High Paradise Farm
Traditional moorland farmhouse, High Paradise Farm is a beautiful stop-off point for riders, cyclists and walkers looking for a place to eat... we've heard the scones are amazing!
High Paradise Farm is approximately 25 minutes drive away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B.
Thirsk Market Place
The cobbled Market Place dates from medieval times and is still the centre of commerce in Thirsk.
There are a a variety of stalls selling everything from fruit and vegetables, candles, computer games to health food, clothing and hardware.
Thirsk Market Place is approximately 10 minutes drive away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B.
York City Centre
Delve into York’s heritage, discover hidden attractions off the beaten track, enjoy a vivid food and drink scene and wander in and out of contemporary independent shops.
Offering more attractions per square mile than any other destination in the UK, you’re never more than a short walk from one of York's awe inspiring offerings.
York is approximately 40 minutes drive away from Low Osgoodby Grange B&B.
Welcome to Yorkshire
Still stuck for ideas on what to do whilst you are in Yorkshire?
Follow the link below directing you to Welcome to Yorkshire and discover some of the hidden gems within Yorkshire!