Wolds Away is located in the paddock at Carters Barn. The lodges are positioned so that you can enjoy the views across the Yorkshire Wolds. Situated off the main road in the quiet village of Huggate with off street parking and no passing traffic but with access to extensive walking right from the gate of the paddock..
In Huggate village there is Rachel Hobson's tea room, a pub called the Wolds Inn, Belinda Hazlerigg has a print studio in Huggate which is used to translate sketches into prints and run workshops. St Marys Church with its 14th-century tower and spire is a prominent feature in this small Wolds village.
Norman nave and chancel arch above which are two small Norman windows that provide a puzzle for the architectural historian.
When you arrive in Huggate at the staggered cross roads in the centre of the village turn down the hill sign posted 'village only'. Then after100 yards take the road to the right. Follow the road all the way round to the far end of the large duck pond on your left with railings round it. Here you will see big open wooden gates and the name 'Carters Barn' and 'Wolds Away'. Drive down the drive and fork off the right right at the flag pole. You have reached Wolds Away!