Experience life in Nafferton

Getting a taste of the area you’ll be living in is an essential part of buying your home. To make the process a little easier, we’ve included a few things you’ll want to know about living in Nafferton.

From great schools to fantastic places to eat and drink, there’s something for everyone in this wonderful little village.

Experience life in Nafferton

Getting a taste of the area you’ll be living in is an essential part of buying your home. To make the process a little easier, we’ve included a few things you’ll want to know about living in Nafferton.

From great schools to fantastic places to eat and drink, there’s something for everyone in this wonderful little village.

The local area

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Schools.

You can send your littles ones to Nafferton Primary School, which has an Outstanding Ofsted rating  and is always putting on new and interesting activities for their pupils.

Your nearest Secondary School is in Driffield. There’s a regular bus service so your children will have no trouble getting there. There’s even free twilight buses for pupils returning from after-school activities on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday.

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Eating & Drinking

You’ll find four local pubs in Nafferton: The Star, The Kings Head, The Cross Keys and The Blue Bell, so you’ll have no trouble finding a spot to get snuggled in and have a drink.

If you fancy a bit of fine dining you can head over to the Michelin starred Inn The Pipe and Glass near Beverly.

There’s also the Bluebell Country Inn at Weaverthorpe for some great pub food.

You might also want to nip to the family run James White Butchers and the Farm Shop in Hutton Cranswick for your weekly shop.

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Village Life & Travel Links

You’ll find a Post Office, newsagent, supermarket, fish and chip shop and a petrol station all on your doorstep.

Nafferton is easy to find via the A166 and A165 and is around 40 minutes from Howden off the M62, and 40 mins from the A64 York.

The village has a railway station with regular services to Bridlington, Beverley and Hull. You can also hop on the train to Scarborough, Doncaster, Meadowhall and Sheffield. If you drive to Malton Station (30 mins away) there’s secure and reasonably-priced car park, allowing you to get the train to York then on to Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool.

There are buses to Beverley, Hull, Bridlington, Scarborough and York.

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Leisure

Just 3 miles from the Market Town of Driffield, 19 miles from the historic town of Beverley (where you’ll find a Minster, Racecourse and shopping) and only 30 miles from Hull – the 2017 City of Culture – and the historic City of York, you’ll never be short of things to do in Nafferton.

The village has its own Beavers, Guides, Cubs and Scout groups, along with Women’s Institute meetings, a knit and natter club and under 5 play sessions. For more take a look at the Parish Council website.

For those who enjoy running and cycling, you’ll be pleased to know that Nafferton is on the route of the Way of the Roses coast-to-coast cycleway and the Yorkshire Wolds Half Marathon takes place each year in nearby Bishop Wilton.

There’s also Driffield Golf Club which boasts a beautiful parkland course.

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The Countryside

Nafferton rests at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds, so is an excellent place for walkers and cyclists. Watch out for the village church which is the oldest surviving building and dates back to the 13th century.

Driffield Canal and its three streams provide some beautiful walks, one of which runs just behind our Rudds Yard development and is great for dog walkers.

You can drive to the North York Moors National Park to take in the beautiful scenery or take advantage of the 79-mile Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail, which attracts thousands of visitors every year, due to the stunning scenery and the opportunity to explore some lesser-known parts of Yorkshire.

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The Coast

Nafferton is only 10 miles from the seaside resort of Bridlington, so if you’re after a bit of sea air and some fresh fish and chips you’re in the perfect location.

It’s also on the route of the Way of the Roses coast-to-coast cycleway, which boasts 170 miles of the finest views that Yorkshire and Lancashire have to offer, including the Lune Valley, Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Wolds.

There are buses to Beverley, Hull, Bridlington, Scarborough and York.

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