This charming studio property is quietly tucked away behind a high stone wall, in the pretty market town of Malton.
Accessed via the Old Lodge Hotel grounds, it is the perfect romantic hideaway for couples to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside of the North York Moors National Park, with easy access to the east coast resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey.
Small and compact, this creatively designed studio has a pull down king-size bed, which fits neatly into a feature wall.
There is a cosy kitchen area, with bespoke hand-built painted cupboards and fold-away dining table, whilst two comfortable leather chairs provide relaxed viewing of the Smart TV.
With character beams and an exposed stone wall, this lovely little property has patio doors opening onto a very private and secluded courtyard garden, with its own bubbling hot tub; a sheltered and sunny spot in which to unwind with a glass of wine.
Guests are granted full use of the hotel’s expansive grounds with lawns, shrubs and trees.
A five minute walk brings you into the hub of this vibrant market town, with some excellent restaurants, inns and quaint tea rooms.
Wander around the galleries and antique shops and experience the weekly market held in the central square.
The surrounding area has many attractions, including stately homes such as Castle Howard, Scampston Hall and Duncombe Park.
Visit the nearby Lavender Fields or take a trip back in time on the North York Moors Steam Railway from Pickering.
Catch the train in Malton and spend a wonderful day in York with its famous Minster, Jorvik Viking Centre and medieval city walls.
Try a river cruise on the Ouse, followed by a gourmet meal in one of the many splendid restaurants.
An ideal retreat for couples looking for something distinctly different!
About the location
York 18 miles; Scarborough 24 miles.
The market town of Malton has been the historic centre of Ryedale since Roman times, and has many interesting buildings including the old Corn Exchange and Assembly Rooms. A weekly general market is still held in the town, as well as livestock and farmers’ markets. The Yorkshire Moors are to the north, and the Yorkshire Wolds are to the south, making it excellent countryside for walkers and cyclists. The impressive coastline is just 24 miles away, whilst the historic city of York is an 18 mile journey. A perfect base for touring the attractions of North Yorkshire.
Note: This property is not suitable for children or infants.