An exceptional chapel conversion in the pretty village of Bishop Wilton, 14 miles from the historic city of York.
Set in a peaceful location overlooking the village brook, this well-presented Bishop Wilton cottage is ideally placed for those wishing to explore the nearby bustling market towns and the many attractions that York has to offer.
With superb attention to detail, this Bishop Wilton cottage offers upside down accommodation with three tasteful bedrooms on the ground floor and a modern bathroom.
The spacious open plan living area in this Bishop Wilton cottage is light and airy with a high-pitched roof, exposed timbers and large feature windows.
Well-equipped and comfortable, this Bishop Wilton cottage boasts a stylish kitchen and contemporary furnishings.
Exterior steps lead down from the living area to a small walled courtyard, a sheltered spot to enjoy a morning coffee or an afternoon barbecue.
The surrounding open countryside offers walking opportunities, including the long distance trails of the Wolds and Minster Way.
For the less energetic, Stamford Bridge, Pocklington and Malton are well worth visiting with their weekly market days, independent retailers, art galleries and tea rooms.
A short drive from this Bishop Wilton cottage brings you to the delights of York with its famous minster, National Railway Museum and medieval buildings.
A must is a visit to the Jorvik Viking Centre with its electric car tour and exposed glass floor.
An easy drive through the beautiful North York Moors National Park brings you to the seaside towns of Whitby and Scarborough, providing fun for all the family.
A unique Bishop Wilton holiday cottage in a wonderful location.
Three ground floor bedrooms: 2 x king-size double, 1 x adult bunks. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Pocklington 5 miles; York 14 miles.
The small and pretty village of Bishop Wilton lies within open countryside, five miles from the market town of Pocklington. With traditional cottages lining the main street and a stream running alongside the road, Bishop Wilton is a tranquil spot in which to stay, set on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. It has a local pub and shop, but nearby Pocklington offers many independent shops, tea rooms and pubs, along with a weekly market day. The historic city of York is 14 miles away and offers many attractions, with the National Railway Museum, its famous Minster and the Jorvik Viking Centre. From Bishop Wilton there are numerous walks, including the Wolds Way and Minster Way, whilst the less energetic will enjoy exploring the nearby market towns of Stamford Bridge, Market Weighton and Driffield. With the North York Moors National Park within easy reach and the seaside towns of Bridlington and Scarborough an easy drive away, Bishop Wilton is well located to suit walkers, cyclists and those wishing to tour the area.