(left) shows that we are just a few miles from the A19 and the A1(M). The proximity of the main road network
enables us to reach much of the North of England within a couple of
To reach Foulrice Farm from York and the SOUTH, use the bypass (A1237)
and take the B1363 towards Helmsley.
From the NORTH, use the A19 from Thirsk to Easingwold, turning off into the town centre.
|FROM THE SOUTH
From York, when you reach Stillington village, turn
right at the T junction and head along the main street past the public
FROM THE NORTH
From Easingwold, turn left towards Stillington at the end of the High
Street, where the main road swings right. After three miles, go straight
along the main street in Stillington, past the public houses.
Where the road bends left after the pubs in Stillington, turn right
in front of a garage towards Sheriff Hutton and Farlington.
One mile after leaving Stillington, the road passes through the
hamlet of Marton-in-the-Forest (which has about four houses). Within
half a mile take a left turn towards Stearsby along a single track road.
Ignore the first sign to Foulrice Farm on the right within one mile
(there are three farms named Foulrice and ours is the second you
will see). It is set back about half a mile from the road on the right.
At the lane end there are some white stones and some large black wrapped
square silage bales!