How many Wigwam Cabins does your site have?
At Humble Bee Farm we have 3 Premium Wigwam Lodges, each sleeping up to 6 with ensuites, kitchens and electric hot tubs! Four Running Water Deluxe en-suite Wigwam Cabins, each with its own private outdoor hot tub. Each Running Water Wigwam sleeps up to two adults and two children.16 Big Chief Wigwam Cabins, which sleep up to a family of five (two adults and three children)
When is your site open?
Our site is open all year round.
Do you allow dogs/pets? If so, is there a pet charge?
Yes - we allow dogs/pets and there is nightly charge.
Is the site suitable for children?
Humble Bee Farm is great for kids. We have a children's play park and lots of open space for playing. You can meet the farm yard gang and take our shetland pony for a walk!
Do you accept groups, parties or celebrations?
We ask anyone looking to book a group with us to call in advance. You can do so by calling 01723 890437
Do you allow campfires?
Yes, you can book these in advance or on arrival. You are only permitted to use/hire Humble Bee Farm's own firepits and timber.
What is included in one of your standard Wigwam Cabins?
Please refer to each seperate accommodation page to see what is included in the different wigwwams.
Is electricity included in the tariff?
What cooking facilities are provided?
In your Big Chief Wigwam Wigwam you will find a microwave and outside there is a BBQ available. Delxue Wigwams have a charcoal BBQ, microwave and a 1 ring electric hob. Premium Wigwam lodges have a fully eqquipped kitchen with oven, hob, micowave and a charcoal BBQ outside.
What do I need to bring?
We recommend the following as essential items to bring:
- A torch
- Clothes, food, drink
Please check if your accommdoation already includes any of the above.
Can I order any extras? If so, how much for each item?
Yes you can order extras when making a booking. Wigwam extras are optional and are not included in the standard tariff. Wigwam Extras give you chance to choose your special treat and tailor it to your individual requirements, and include anything from a bag of marshmallows up to luxury bedding and fairy lights, depending on the Wigwam type.
Is there parking next to the Wigwam Cabins? If not, how close is the parking area?
You can park one vehicle adjacent to your Wigwam Cabin.
What can I do onsite?
If you are hoping to spend a day on site, heres a list of ideas for you:
Hire our BBQ hut, perfect for special occasions, gatherings and more!
Which accommodations have hot tubs?
Our Premium Wigwam Lodges and Deluxe Wigwams have electric hot tubs. These are private to each accommodation.
From what time can I check in from?
We ask everyone to arrive from 15.00 and no earlier.
What is the latest time I can check in?
We ask all guests to arrive before 17.00 unless by prior arrangement.
What time do I need to vacate the Wigwam Cabin?
We ask all guests to please vacate the Wigwam Cabin by 10.00 (at the latest) on the day of departure.
Do you have a shop/reception onsite and when is it open?
We have a shop onsite that is open daily from 9am to 5pm, depending on the time of year.
How many toilets and showers do you have onsite?
We have two separate facility blocks on the site.
We have a family shower room, which includes a shower, loo, sink and baby changing.
What is the BBQ Hut?
Available to hire for your special occasion here at Humble Bee Farm, offering Scandinavian cosiness which allows you to enjoy a delicious BBQ, whatever the weather! Situated in a peaceful part of our site, perfect for a family or friends’ gathering, booking required at £100 for one evening. We can also provide a locally-sourced bbq pack (please inform us of any food intolerances).
Seats 16 guests, however due to current government guidance the maximum guests is currently six persons ONLY. The six guests using the BBQ hut will need to socially distance and wear masks if appropriate. There a sanitisers around the site and also hand washing facilities in the toilets and showers.
Call us on 01723 890437
How close is the nearest pub or restaurant?
The nearest pub or restaurant is 1.5 miles away. Some we reccommend are the Fox hounds in Flixton, The Mayfield in Seamer, The Copper Horse in Seamer or the Farrier in Cayton.
How far to the nearest supermarket?
The nearest mini-supermarket is Proudfoots in Seamer, a village just off the A64 between Staxton and Scarborough. Proudfoots opening times are 6.30am to 9pm Monday to Saturday, 8am to 9pm Sunday.
Within five miles there is a Morrisons (just off the A64); there is also a small range of supermarkets, including Tesco, in Filey (also about five miles away). In Scarborough there is Sainsburys and Tesco. Opening times vary.
How far is it from public transport?
A bus service operates during the summer season from Flixton village, and there is also a bus service from Staxton Roundabout. We do reccommend bringing your own transport to make the most of our rural lcoation and visiting all the local beauty spots.
Is there phone signal onsite?
Unfortunately not, however we do have wifi available for guests and you can get a mobile signal at the top of our drive way.
Is there WiFi access onsite?
Yes - Deluxe Wigwams and Premium Wigwam lodges have free wifi access throughout their stay all other accommodation is chargeable per 24hrs.
What does it mean by Low Noise Policy site?
Humble Bee Farm has built its reputation on being a peaceful location at which to enjoy your holiday. We don't allow music; children must not play on the play area after 9pm; conversation-level noise only after 9.00pm. We ask all our guests to follow these simple steps so everyone can relax and enjoy their time at Humble Bee Farm.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes, you can bring your dog. We allow one dog per Wigwam. A tariff applies. Please call us for further information on 01723 890437. Dogs MUST be kept on a lead at all times. We have several farm walks around the farm, which are suitable for dog walking. Please ask us for details.
Are your Wigwam Cabins warm?
The short answer is 'yes'! Each Wigwam is fully heated, with an electric heater included. The Wigwam Cabins are particularly well insulated and retain the heat. That is why our Wigwam Cabins can be booked 365 days a year!
How many guests can you fit inside a Wigwam?
Our Big Chief Wigwam Cabins sleep up to five guests in each, our Running Water Wigwam Cabins sleep four guests in each. The premium wigwam lodges sleep up to a family of 6. 4 adults max. They are also spacious enough accommodate a travel cot.
What does Humble Bee shop sell?
We have an onsite shop/reception which during peak season sells bread, milk, eggs, cold drinks, icecream, sweets, souvenirs, some toiletries, tea, coffee, jam, butter, cereals, biscuits, toys, games and other items.
How far is it to the nearest beach?
Humble Bee Farm is perfectly located for some of the finest beaches in the country. Hunmanby Gap is a hidden gem and is about four miles away. Filey Bay is delightful and is about five miles away. Scarborough has two fabulous bays, North and South (about 10 miles away). Bridlington is also a great seaside destination is about 15 miles away. Please note: If you have dogs, there are dog restrictions on most Yorkshire Coast beaches from May to September inclusive. And don't forget to bear in mind there are two tides a day!
Are there any local cycle routes close to Humble Bee?
There are so many cycle routes close to the farm and one of them is the Cinder Path between Scarborough and Whitby. The Cinder Path follows the former railway route between the two seaside towns and some of it is covered by cinders so this can be tricky for certain types of bike tyre.The good thing about the route is the majority of it is fairly flat and the starting point is roughly a 20-minute drive from Humble Bee Farm.
The track itself is now an inland path which runs parallel to the more arduous Cleveland Way National Trail, one of the most spectacular long-distance rambling paths in England and is definitely NOT suitable for tackling on two wheels! So, the whole Cinder Track route is approximately 21 miles from Scarborough to Whitby, and of course there’s the return journey to consider.
During the spring, the route is so tranquil and colourful with fresh leaves on the trees and countless spring flowers dotting the route. There is also the smell of wild garlic and bluebells along certain stretches … your senses can go into overdrive and it is stunning to see. The route passes through a number of pretty villages including Scalby, Cloughton, Hayburn Wyke, Ravenscar and Boggle Hole (one of our Big Chief Wigwam Cabins is named after this little seaside village).
Also, it is advisable to wear a cycling helmet as there are some rough stretches along the route. Certain parts of the track fall within the North York Moors National Park and if you tackled the whole route, then it’s a 42-mile return trek.