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Driffield 8 miles; Beverley 9 miles; York 24 miles.
The small village of Middleton on the Wolds lies mid way between the thriving market towns of Market Weighton and Driffield. Old cottages line the main street and the village is overlooked by a 13th century church located on a hill above the community. The local pub now houses the village shop and caters for everyday necessities. Surrounded by the rolling countryside of the pretty Yorkshire Wolds, this village is centrally placed for easy access to the bustling market towns of Beverley, Pocklington and Driffield. Visit Market Weighton with its Victorian and Georgian streets and enjoy the amenities including local inns, tea rooms, individual shops and a weekly farmers’ market. Other attractions include Beverley Minster, Yorkshire Air Museum, Sledmere House and Skipsea castle. The historic City of York is an easy drive away and well worth a visit.
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A quaint, whitewashed, semi-detached cottage situated on a quiet street in the small village of Middleton on the Wolds. This cosy and characterful Middleton on the Wolds cottage has been lovingly refurbished to provide delightful accommodation for a couple, with the added bonus of a hot tub. The accommodation at this Middleton on the Wolds cottage is all on the first floor with original beams and an attractive, exposed brick fireplace in the sitting room. A modern kitchen and breakfast bar coupled with a contemporary small bathroom will ensure a very comfortable stay in this Middleton on the Wolds cottage. Outside, enjoy an after-dinner drink in the sheltered patio or take advantage of the fabulous hot tub. Close to this Middleton on the Wolds cottage is the local inn and the surrounding rolling chalk countryside provides ample cycling and walking opportunities. Surrounded by the picturesque, thriving market towns of Market Weighton, Pocklington, Beverley and Driffield, this Middleton on the Wolds cottage is perfectly placed for exploring the area. Visit Beverley Minster, Sledmere House, the Yorkshire Air Museum and Skipsea Castle, all a short drive away. With easy access to historic York and the east coast resorts of Filey and Bridlington, this Middleton on the Wolds cottage offers an ideal base for exploring the area.
All first floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area.
Electric storage heaters. Electric Baby Belling cooker with two rings, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD, selection of books, games and DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Bike storage. Small rear patio with furniture and BBQ. Hot tub (available 10am - 10pm Sat - Thurs, all year round - please bring own towels for hot tub use). One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Pub and shop 2 mins walk.
Open until 9.30pm
Previous visitors' comments about The White House:
The hot tub was so lovely, we were in it every night under the stars. One night it was raining, and we were still in there! Just delightful.
Mrs Harper, Bedford, December 2012
The local area was very nice and we enjoyed our trips to Beverley. The Robinhood pub in Middleton on the Wolds was very cosy and friendly and allowed our dog to come in. The owners of The White House were a very nice couple and their welcoming touches in the cottage for ourselves and the dogs were much appreciated.
Mrs McCarthy, Glasgow, November 2012
Really nice property, loved the hot tub!
Mrs Bainbridge, Leyburn, November 2012
The owners were very friendly as were the staff at the local pub! The cottage was well situated with easy access to main roads but was lovely and quiet. The cottage was really cosy and it was so nice to relax in the secluded hot tub after a day out walking.
Mrs Tomlinson, Peterborough, November 2012