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Rudstone Walk is an integrated venue in a stunning country location where lifelong connections are made.  Whatever your reason to visit East Yorkshire you will enjoy the great outdoors from our stunning location whether walking in our own 80 acres or exploring further afield don’t forget your boots and binoculars to spot the wonderful birds  that visit and to see how far you really can see here!


Our accommodation, on the edge of the East Yorkshire Wolds close to Hull, Beverley, Brough, Market Weighton, Pocklington and York is easily accessible and Rudstone Walk provides a relaxing and peaceful retreat for both business and leisure traveller.

Rudstone Walk offers half board, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation which is split between our 14 en-suite ‘Courtyard’ rooms, and our three rustic apartments (Kingfisher, Mallard and Teal).

Our location just 2 miles from the M62/A63 boasts stunning views across the Vale of York, Humber Estuary and Lincolnshire Wolds, with breathtaking sunsets from our elevated location just off the Wolds Way National Trail. Our famous full English Breakfasts are freshly cooked to order and are a great way to start the day!

Our Bistro is open every evening, the menu features traditional home cooking with locally sourced produce and is the perfect way to unwind after a busy day outdoors with family and friends, or after a busy day in the boardroom!

Excellent FREE wifi also comes as standard with great access throughout the premises..


With 14 en–suite rooms around a peaceful lawned courtyard Rudstone Walk uniquely offers half board, bed and breakfast, self catering or room only accommodation. 3 larger apartments are also available for families or colleagues boasting 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. Excellent free Wifi is available throughout.

7 of the courtyard en-suite bedrooms have the option of a private kitchen, providing a mini home from home for business people needing mid-week accommodation with 3 night and 4 night packages available.

For families staying in our courtyard we offer 2 connecting en-suite rooms (1 twin and 1 double) creating a large family suite, there is an option of a private kitchen too.

Dogs are more than welcome and we have designated dog friendly en-suites and an apartment. These rooms have easy access to our 80 acres of grass and woodland so bringing your favourite four legged friend could not be easier.

Delicious breakfasts are served every morning from 7am and the bistro is open from 6pm each evening so don’t forget to pre-book your table for dinner. Packed lunches are available on request.

Dining & Celebrations

Step into the exclusive use of the ancient rural stone barn at Rudstone Walk to create the wonderful moments that make your special christening, birthday, wedding, anniversary or a loved ones funeral. It is the perfect place to create your special memories for all the dates in your family history book.

Indulge your guests with the traditional warm Yorkshire hospitality and delicious home cooked food that is the trademark of Rudstone Walk. Our Rudstone Memories is the perfect package for reconnecting and recharging with your loved ones from near and far. From the homebaked cakes for your arrival afternoon tea, chilled fizz and hot tasty canapes you may choose for your pre dinner enjoyment and then one of our bespoke menus for your enjoyable and scrumptious meal, your celebration is exclusive to you and we are here just for you to design and plan your event to your precise requirements.

Should you just be coming to indulge in a lunch or dinner we are exclusively yours for the afternoon or evening: our ancient converted stone barn has seating for 10 – 80 guests for formal dining. The main dining area is supported by a spacious terrace, fabulous views over the Vale of York, a well stocked bar, and a cosy reception lounge.. 


Our location boasts stunning views across the Vale of York, Humber Estuary and Lincolnshire Wolds.

The sunsets from our elevated position just off the Wolds Way national Trail are simply breathtaking, it is a very special place to reconnect, rejuvenate and recharge.

Our location is our virtue, simply stunning, rural and far from the madding crowd yet with excellent communication links as close as 2 miles away from the M62.  Guests attending celebrations and events here hugely appreciate the ease of access and fantastic network of main roads conveniently arriving at our easy to locate venue. And of course we have ample free parking on site!

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icon-towncityfilter Rudtsone Walk - Half Board and Self Catering AccommodationType of Accommodation
B&B, Self-catering e.g. Cottage, Other
dogsPD Rudtsone Walk - Half Board and Self Catering AccommodationPet Friendly?
Yes - please contact us for more information
wifiPD Rudtsone Walk - Half Board and Self Catering AccommodationWiFi available?
Location (Town)
South Cave
Location (County)
East Yorkshire
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