A delightful, stone and pantile end-terrace corner cottage, situated adjacent to the steam railway, in the pretty market town of Pickering.
Warm and welcoming, this traditional Pickering cottage is ideal for steam enthusiasts as well as those wishing to explore the wonderful scenery of the North York Moors National Park.
This Pickering cottage has been lovingly renovated, retaining character with its beams and stripped pine doors, and the cosy, inviting sitting room boasts a lovely view across the steam railway yards.
The galley kitchen in this Pickering cottage is bright and cheerful, with a dining area at one end and a door opening onto the small sheltered patio.
Steep cottage stairs lead up to the two tasteful bedrooms and a modern, fully tiled bathroom.
A short stroll from this Pickering cottage brings you into the bustling centre of this popular town with its excellent choice of pubs, cafes and independent retailers.
Guests staying at this Pickering cottage will relish this fantastic location by leaving the car behind for the day and enjoying a ride on the steam railway, which winds its way through glorious countryside towards the small village of Grosmont in the heart of the North York Moors.
With many attractions in the area, including the beautiful stately home of Castle Howard and castles at Pickering and Helmsley, guests will be spoilt for choice.
A charming Pickering cottage, providing a wonderful base.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with TV, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Kirkbymoorside 7 miles; Helmsley 13 miles; Scarborough 18 miles; Whitby 22 miles; York 27 miles.
This historic market town, with its full range of amenities and traditional shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, serves as the official gateway to the beautiful North York Moors National Park, home of the Heartbeat countryside. Enjoy a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, where Harry Potter fans can even explore some of the locations used in the filming of The Philosopher’s Stone! The Beck Isle Museum is also well worth a visit, with its unique collection of black and white photography and displays of rural life. Walkers will be spoilt for choice by the rolling hills, valleys, rivers and abundant wildlife of the North York Moors, whilst the city of York and the Heritage Coast are just half an hour’s drive away. All in all, a wonderful setting for a relaxing holiday.