This charming second floor apartment is situated above a small high class Italian bistro, in the heart of the affluent market town of Stokesley.
With varied and quality amenities on your doorstep, it's a superb place for couples to explore both the moors and nearby coastline.
Entry is through a small archway and through a communal side door, where you head upstairs to the apartment.
The spacious open plan living area has a wonderful light and airy feel, with the dining table set in the large bay window, overlooking the attractive main street.
The apartment has first class contemporary furnishings with a comfortable sofa and a well-equipped modern kitchen.
There is a sumptuous bed in the double bedroom and another appealing bay window making this lovely property ideal for the most discerning guest.
Step out of the door onto the main street of this historic market town, with a wide variety of attractive shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms to suit all tastes.
There is a bustling weekly market held in the central square and a river running through the town, providing a tranquil riverside walk.
Just a ten minute drive away is the Georgian town of Yarm and a little further lies Northallerton, with the famous Bettys tea rooms - well worth indulging in.
Well placed for exploring the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales and the Yorkshire coastline, this tasteful apartment provides an outstanding base, whatever time of the year.
All second floor. One double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire. Utility.
About the location
Great Ayton 3 miles; Saltburn-by-the–Sea 14 miles.
Stokesley is an attractive, elegant, historic market town which was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, with many interesting Georgian and Victorian buildings. The River Leven flows through the town and is crossed by the ancient Pack Horse Bridge. Levenside provides visitors with a peaceful riverside walk, well planted with trees, as a contrast to the bustle of the High Street. The town has a distinguished wide cobbled main street lined with Georgian and Regency buildings. It is well served with shops, banks, public houses and restaurants and the weekly Friday markets are held on the main square. Just off the market square is the Church of St Peter & St Paul which has woodwork carved by the Mouseman of Kilburn. Surrounded by the Cleveland Hills and close to the northern edge of the North York Moors, Stokesley provides an ideal base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales, the heather clad North Yorkshire Moors and the pretty market towns of Great Ayton, Northallerton and Thirsk. The seaside spa resort of Saltburn is 30 mins drive away whilst Whitby is within easy reach.
Note: Adults only, no children.