Foxholm is now sold and will no longer be a B&B.

Thank you to Foxhom guests for support over the past few years.

Dog friendly and ideal for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors and coast.

About Us

Our Home

Garden for dogs

 ​​​A warm welcome awaits you at Foxholm. Our dog friendly home is found in the quiet village of Sawdon. It is an ideal location to explore the Yorkshire coast, Moors or the many attractions of the area. Being all on one level it has easy access in and out with plenty of parking.



Our room has a light airy feel with a patio door looking out over the beautiful rear garden. It has a super king size bed and an en-suite bathroom with underfloor heating, luxury towels, bath robes and slippers. In addition the room has a seating area, a small fridge, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryer, touch on/off bedside lights and an alarm clock. 


english breakfast

Guests often mention how much they enjoy their breakfast at Foxholm. On your table is fresh fruit, tea/coffee and a selection of cereals. Then comes your choice from our menu which usually has items full Yorkshire breakfast, smoked salmon or Canadian pancakes. All served with our toasted homemade bread, marmalade and jam. 


A sample of typical comments left in our visitors book

'Lovely comfortable stay very welcoming. Nice breakfast.' Feb 2018

'Yet again another great break, Stuart could not be a better host! 10/10' Oct 2017

'Thank you so much for making us so welcome and for sharing your home with us. accomodation wonderful, food delicious. look forward to coming back. Thank you.' Aug 2017

'Great few days away. Top breakfasts. Homely and welcoming. Thanks Stuart.' Aug 2018

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Foxholm Bed and Breakfast

Foxholm B&B, Main St, Scarborough, England YO13 9DY, United Kingdom

Tel: 01723859743 Mob: 07905873213


Our bed and breakfast on the edge of North York Moors National Park. In the quiet village of Sawdon near Scarborough. We are a dog friendly b&b with several dogs of our own.

Accessibility Guide for Foxholm (pdf)