Keepers Lodge History
Keepers Lodge was visited by Prince Edward son of Queen Victoria in the late 19th Century where he used it for shooting when he visited Sir Christopher Sykes the then squire of Brantingham. The bed and breakfast overlooks the village of Brantingham and is set in 25 acres of woodland and pasture with an indoor heated swimming pool.
There are many picturesque walks in the dale that surrounds it as it is situated on the wolds way. There is a popular village pub and restaurant in easy walking distance as well as various shops and other restaurants in the area.
We are about 2-3 miles from the M62, 20 minutes from Hull and just under an hour from York. We have artists who come to Brantingham to paint All Saints Church which dates back from Norman times and is situated in the dale a short distance from the village, the church is also very popular for weddings as it is set in such lovely countryside.