With shops, amusements and entertainment a short drive into town, our farm is suited to those who like to enjoy the outdoor life - Raincliffe woods are behind us for that leisurely morning/evening walk, and Throxenby Mere at the bottom if you fancy a spot of fishing before tea (click on icon for more details)
Our farm is fortunate to be able to see plenty of wildlife, from the occasional deer and badgers, to swallows that return each year to bring up their young, plus we have a number of animals living on the farm ready and waiting to meet you.
Some of the animals you will see are George the goose with his friends Sue and Sally, mother and daughter Ruby and Ruby Moo - our Dexter cows, plus plenty of horses, chickens, ducks and peacocks.
Our most famous resident is Dotty the donkey who lives with her sheep friends Sidney and Simone. Dotty is the first ever donkey to have received the PDSA Bravery Award for saving her sheep friend Stanley from a vicious dog attack.
We are extremely proud of her and she remains a trusted and loyal friend to all who meet her.
Click on Dotty's photo to read more about her and see her receive her award.
Row Brow Farm is a 50 acre grassland farm that is situated just outside the historic town of Scarborough. The original farmhouse dates from Georgian times, with the extensions themselves being over 150 years old. The farm itself is alleged to have been mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1066 and some of its land lies within the North York Moors National Park. With this history and our commanding views over to Scarborough , we maintain the peace and tranquility of this part of the countryside.