Ref-000240 York, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4
- Sleeps 4- 1 X Double & 1 X Twin
- Perfect For Tourists, Walkers & Cyclists
- Set Within The North Yorkshire Moors
- Close To The Pub
- Child Friendly
- Nearby Golfing
- Wireless Internet Access
- Baby Friendly
- Wood Burners
- Rural Location
Nestling in the small, moorland village of Gillamoor, within southern side of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this charming end terrace holiday cottage is full of traditional features. The cottage still has the original Yorkshire stone kitchen floor, exposed stonework, original beams in the lounge and double bedroom and stripped pine doors throughout.
Ground floor living room with solid oak floor, multi-fuel burning stove (initial fuel included) four piece leather suite and Freeview flat screen TV with seperate blu-ray DVD player, 4 steps to kitchen/dining area with stone floor, fully equipped kitchen with electric cooker and hob, microwave, washing machine DAB radio and stable door to lawned garden with sitting-out area and patio furniture and BBQ.
Stairs to first floor with 1 double bedroom with solid pine double bed, hanging space, two small feature cupboards chest of drawers, bedside tables and DAB radio alarm clock with ipod dock. Bathroom with shower over bath, sink and toilet. Stairs to second floor bedroom with twin beds bedside tables and large cupboard with hanging space.
Upon arrival you will find a welcome pack comprising of bottle of wine, tea, coffee, biscuits and fresh milk. A bunch of fresh flowers and a piece of artisan white rose soap in the bathroom.
The property has oil central heating and electric included. Free Wi-fi available. Bed linen and all towels included.
Travel cot and high chair free of charge on request.
On road parking.
Sorry we do not accept pets
Within the cottage there is no smoking.
In the heart of a quiet village, within the honeypot area of the North York Moors.
Perfect for tourists, walkers, cyclists or just relaxing.
The surrounding area provides an abundance of walking and cycling trails. The Valley of Farndale famous for its daffodil walk, and Hutton le Hole are close by. Market towns at Kirkbymoorside, 3 miles, and Helmsley, 8 miles, offer a choice of shops, inns and tearooms and visitors can travel on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway. The village pub and restaurant is just around the corner.They serve the usual lunches, evening meal, tea and coffees as well as take away fish and chips for £5.75 and breakfast for £6 (booking for breakfast required the evening before)