About Ryan Voase
Having lived at Brockholme Farm since I was young boy I am proud to be able to share it's beauty and tranquil surroundings with our many guests. We are a family business established for over 10 years and as we live on site we are able to offer a warm welcome and rapid assistance if required.
Why Ryan Voase chose Hornsea
Spacious yet homely with a log burner for cosy nights snuggled up on the sofa! Gather apples from the orchard and forage for blackberries for delicious homemade crumbles... Stunning Autumn Sunsets, the Mere, the Coast and a Large Field for Children to Run Wild & Free, Play on Bikes or have a Game of Footy with the old man! Hornsea Garden Centre has an amazing indoor Christmas World - to get you in the festive spirit!
What makes this Barn unique
Free WiFi, Uninterrupted views across open farmland, Underfloor heating and a Hot Tub
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Great relaxing experience
Perfect place to relax with friends. Has everything you need. Just some locks on the bathroom doors needed. Highly recommend to everyone.
Beautiful place for a relaxing getaway
Had a fantastic time in Hornsea at Barley Edge. The property was huge, there were 7 adults in our group and it would easily have comfortably housed 10. 5 good-sized bedrooms, three bathrooms, a huge living room with sofa space for everyone, and a spacious kitchen/diner. The back garden is amazing, even though there are other homes around it looks, feels, and sounds as though you are totally alone. The surrounding area is also lovely, although it’s a little remote it isn’t totally cut off - we were able to get food delivered and could also easily pop to into Hornsea for cafes, pubs, shops, and the beach. Would highly recommend and will definitely be returning!
Very spacious even for 10 people.Lovely setting with plenty of space for children of all ages to play .A good touring base for Hornsea and other East Coast resorts.
Ryan and family very friendly and helpful and thank them for a very enjoyable family holiday.
Great Easter break
My family stayed at this beautiful property over the Easter long weekend. Well we couldn't have ordered better weather. The property seemed to have everything to make our stay perfect. The hot-tub was a nice touch and extra special being able to watch the stunning sunsets we experienced over the nights we were there.
Thank you to the hosts for welcoming us with flowers and flapjacks. I will have no difficulty recommending your accommodation to our friends and my grandchildren have made some special memories.
Lovely accommodation, lovely location, very good host.
I e just returned from a weekend with a group of girls aged 32-59 & we had a fantastic time. So peaceful. The house had everything you need for a comfortable stay & the home is spotless. Will definitely return.
Barley Edge is beautiful. There is everything you could ever need for your stay a real home fro home. The place was clean warm and the bedrooms a lovely size. There was 10 in our group and plenty of room. The outside area is lovely complete with hot tub and great views. I really recommend this place for family breaks. The owners were friendly too.
Ideally situated in open farmland with grounds that overlook Hornsea Mere (the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire) Barley Edge is full of character and is the perfect retreat for larger groups and families. The rural setting is an excellent base for exploring East Yorkshire’s magnificent coastline with its wealth of sandy beaches, RSPB bird reserves, and traditional seaside towns of Hornsea, Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough with activities for all ages. Within walking distance is Honey Suckle Farm a great day out for children offering delicious homemade ice-cream and cart rides, also Wassand Hall a grand Regency House and walled garden (open on selected days) and Hornsea Mere (that has over 250 species of birds) a cafe and opportunities for sailing, fishing or feeding your leftover crusts to the ducks and swans. Hornsea (1 mile) offers beaches, promenade, a leisure complex, golf course, museum, skatepark and shops, pubs and restaurants; it’s also the end/start point of the Trans Pennine Trail. Guests can hire electric bikes at an exclusive discount. Other local attractions include Hornsea Garden Centre (possibly the biggest in Yorkshire,) watersport activities and clay pigeon shooting at Brandesburton (4 miles), the medieval town of Beverley (10 miles) boasts an attractive blend of past and present with its 13th century minster, boutiques, bistros, polo club and renowned racecourse, the harbour and spa entertainment centre in Bridlington (14 miles), The Deep, a spectacular aquarium, the maritime museum and marina all located in Hull ‘City of Culture 2017’ (15 miles), Bempton Cliffs RSPB Reserve with its spectacular colonies of sea birds and the many stately homes in the area at Burton Agnes, Burton Constable, Sledmere House and Sewerby Hall. Travel a little further and you’ll find the historic city of York, where you can learn more about the Vikings at the Jorvik Viking Centre or head north and go cycling at Dalby Forest. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.