Dutch House

Dutch House

Eco gardens

Enjoy nature and art at the Dutch house ecological sculpture garden and learn about sustainable gardening and attracting wildlife. The garden contains a collection of native trees, a wildflower meadow, herbaceous borders, a kid’s nature zone and a display of sculptures.

The Art Studio

In our fully equipped, light, and inspiring art studio we offer a variety of workshops, courses, and lectures. At Dutch house, local artists share their knowledge and creativity with you. We offer creative and adventurous children’s activities and parties.

Exhibitions & Events

Dutch house is the place to be for great events, suitable for young and old. Art, nature, and food is combined to give you that perfect experience during our events. In our art shop and café you can enjoy art by local artists. Come and see our 4 weekly changing exhibitions.

Eat, Shop & sleep

In our child-friendly café, we serve a fine selection of teas, coffees, light lunches, homemade cakes and Dutch specialties. At the Dutch house arts and crafts shop, you can buy unique art and gifts from local artists. Want to stay a bit longer? Why not stay in our lovely B&B?

Amenities

Wheelchair friendly
Child friendly
Dogs on leads are welcome in the garden/courtyard
Gluten-free alternatives served in our café

Contact

Contact details
Dutch house
Mill Green Farm
Crayke, York, North Yorkshire
YO61 4TT

Phone 01347 889431

Email
General information info@dutchhouseyorkshire.com
Café & Arts and crafts shop cafe@dutchhouseyorkshire.com
Courses & workshops artstudio@dutchhouseyorkshire.com
Ecological sculpture garden garden@dutchhouseyorkshire.com

Directions
Dutch house is located just outside the village of Crayke on Brandsby Road in the direction of Brandsby/Helmsley. For route planners, use our postcode YO61 4TT.

Busses, please check the link at Northyorkstravel

Season Dates & Opening Times

April – October:
Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm

November – March:
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 4pm

We close: 19th December  12th January

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