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The Old Mill is a licensed bed and breakfast situated on the Yorkshire Wolds surrounded by open fields and rolling countryside.

All in this perfect location overlooking the Yorkshire Wolds!The Nafferton workhouse was located on what is now Station Road, opposite Feoffee Cottages.Eden, in his 1797 survey of the poor in England, reported of Great Driffield that: Driffield Poor Law Union was formed on 12th October 1836.The town is filled with interesting historical landmarks, including the 12th century All Saints Church whose tower can be seen for miles around, the imposing Bell Hotel, the former market site at Cross Hill where hundreds of farm workers used to gather for the annual hirings (and where the town’s work house was built in 1842), the 200 year old Spread Eagle Inn which was reputedly built by the town’s witch Susannah Goor, and the Masonic Hall which was built in 1878 by renowned archaeologist and another of Driffield’s famous sons, John Mortimer.Robert John Mortimer went on to become one of the founding fathers of modern day archaeology.The Driffield area was an important area of Saxon settlement and nearby there are four 6th century cemeteries.It has been suggested that Great Driffield may have been a Saxon royal seat.North End Park was reputedly the site of an Anglo-Saxon palace, and in the 1970s archaeological excavations of the grassy mound at the north end of the town uncovered a medieval motte castle (now known as Moot Hill).In more recent times the town’s economy boomed when local businessman Thomas Porter orchestrated the extension of the region’s canal system to Driffield in 1770.In 1837 it acquired a vacant plot known as "Promise Close" between Westgate and Middle Street in Driffield on which to build a new workhouse.The construction was carried out by local builders Clark and Shepherdson.