This is a delightful self-contained property, set all on the ground floor and attached to the owners’ home, in the quaint village of Brayton and just 1.8 miles away from the thriving market town of Selby.
Ideal as a base for the solo traveller or two friends looking to explore Yorkshire, this property is less than an hour’s drive from the historic city of York and offers a home-from-home for you and your four-legged friend all year round.
Inside you’ll find one bedroom with two single beds, as well as a shower room, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and a warming gas fire, perfect for enjoying hearty meals.
The sitting room also overlooks the shared garden, a real suntrap, just the ticket for enjoying a morning cuppa or a glass of your favourite tipple after dinner.
The small village of Brayton offers a selection of local shops and a lovely village green, whilst only 1.8 miles away, for those interested in history, is the superb medieval abbey at Selby, famous as the birthplace of English kings and home to stunning stained glass windows.
There are many more attractions within easy reach of The Annexe, including the York Designer Outlet, for a spot of retail therapy, whilst the ‘park and ride’ facility here will take you over to the fabulous city of York itself, home to the Minster, the Shambles and the famous National Railway Museum.
You could also pay a visit to Kingston-Upon-Hull’s award-winning aquarium, home to penguins, sharks and rays aplenty.
Last but most certainly not least, when it comes to food and drink you’ll be spoilt for choice here in Yorkshire, whether you’re craving real ale, Yorkshire puddings or delicious fresh produce such as rhubarb and Wensleydale cheese.
So, no matter what you decide to get up to whilst here, this property is the perfect starting point from which to discover all the towns and pretty villages Yorkshire has to offer.
About the location
Selby 1.8 miles; York 17 miles.
The small and pretty village of Brayton is an ancient parish, dating back to Saxon times and mentioned in the Domesday Book. There is a selection of local shops, a butcher and a delightful village green, as well as a Norman church and a Methodist chapel dating back to the 1800s. Less than two miles away is the historic town of Selby, a real hidden gem with an impressive abbey and a fine selection of restaurants. Also close by is the fabulous city of York which teems with interest for the holidaymaker: the Minster, its medieval walls, boat trips on the River Ouse, York Races, museums (including the famous National Railway Museum and the Castle Museum), and the internationally-renowned Jorvik Viking Centre and its "time trip" experience. A wonderful holiday destination.
Note: Babes-in-arms only.