Drive down from the main road into our private car park and enter into the secluded location with extensive woodlands, gardens and grounds. Constantly changing throughout the seasons our menu and blackboard will compliment your visit. Watch our Barn Owls occasionally fly overhead early morning or in the evening. 

Locally Sourced Ingredients

Barn Owl Cafe tries to source ingredients from the North Yorkshire Moors & National Park - wherever possible with the exception of certain items such as our specially sourced Saltmarsh lamb.

connected antiques mall

Barn Owl Antiques and original art works and crafts offer stock from 9 traders with mini shops and up to 30 dealers via cabinets.

Seaton halls History 

Domesday listed Manor House with part moat and medieval stew pond. Built on earlier foundations. Survived as a heather thatched L shaped Manor with early Tudor eye catcher Gable wall and Crow Stepped Gables until rebuilt in 1860 and again in 2002 onwards. The birthplace and home of Sir Francis Bigod in 1507 - one of the leaders of the Pilgrimage of Grace.