Five days, Monday to Friday
Prices per person, based on two people sharing a room:
Our holidays are available to people from all communities and financial backgrounds. We don’t want finance to be a barrier to you getting a break. If these prices are out of reach we might be able to offer you further financial help, support you with finding additional funding, or both. Find out more here, or contact us if you’re still unsure. We will support you to get the holiday you need.
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Town End Farm is located deep in the North York Moors National Park, an area of the UK rich with history and nature. Here you’ll find beauty, peace, and the famous warm Yorkshire welcome. The area offers moorland walks, stunning coastline, picturesque market towns, and historic sites.
This luxury 18th century barn conversion has its home in a friendly village called Appleton-le-Moors, in the heart of the North York Moors. A Grade II listed building, it retains its original stone walls and beams, filling it with robust character and creating a relaxing, peaceful retreat. Its whitewashed interior helps it feel calm, sunny, and airy. Throughout you’ll find a feeling of real comfort with warm and luxurious touches.
There is a choice of either Twin or King rooms, two on the ground floor and two on the first; all but one have an ensuite shower room, in which the showers may need to be accessed by a small step. The other has an ensuite bathroom, containing a bath instead of a shower.
What makes the North York Moors so wonderful is the variety of places to go and things to do that are right on its doorstep. Visit famous seaside town Whitby to set eyes on the coast and feel the salty breeze on your face. Adventurers can hop on a steam train for a ride with a view, and dancers will delight in the chance to attend a tea dance with Wurlitzer. There’s also Castle Howard for those who love to wander through pristine gardens and historic rooms.
Every holiday with Dementia Adventure is unique! Your itinerary may vary depending on the date, and will be released to you in good time before your departure — usually about two to three weeks prior.
If you would like to get an idea of the kinds of activities that may be in store for you, see the example itinerary below. However, please note that this example is just a mock-up based on past years’ schedules, and does not constitute your final itinerary.
|Spend the morning in famous Whitby, then catch the North Yorkshire Moors Railway train from Whitby to Goathland
|Leisurely exploration of Castle Howard Estate, with a picnic lunch stopoff
|Peasholm Park at Scarborough. Ride on the dragon boats and explore the beautiful gardens
|Guided tour of Helmsley Castle
|Arrival and light lunch at a local tea rooms. Afterwards tour Ryedale Folk Museum
|Picnic lunch on the train. Sightsee at famous Goathland station and sample a Yorkshire cream tea
|Some relaxation time back at the accommodation
|Visit the Scarborough Fair Vintage & Transport Museum. Cream tea lunch and the chance to dance to the Wurlitzer
|A café lunch
|‘Music, Movement, and Me’ session at the accommodation before enjoying a home-cooked evening meal
|Returning to accommodation, enjoy a buffet dinner prepared by your support team
|Evening meal at the charming local inn
|Traditional fish and chips takeaway at the accommodation, and a performance by a local choir
Who is this holiday for?
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What is included?
The price you pay includes: