A Grade II listed, semi-detached barn conversion placed two miles from the thriving village of Patrington in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Enjoying a wonderfully rural location; this high-quality getaway with open-plan living and a hot tub allows you to relax in style.
Situated on a charming small holding, enter the property into its contemporary open-plan living room, its high vaulted ceilings and Velux windows give it a real sense of light and space.
The stylish kitchen area is well-equipped and hosts a lovely breakfast bar set for a romantic meal for two, whilst a snug three-seater sofa benefits from the warmth of a woodburning stove and a TV - curl up and enjoy the thoughtful welcome pack provided by the owners.
The rear of the property presents you with a classy king-size bedroom finished to an immaculate, neutral standard and boasting a delightful en-suite shower room so you can get ready for each day in style.
Primrose Cottage's excellence continues to its exterior; choose between relaxing on the lawn with the most divine countryside views or luxuriate yourself in a warm, bubbling hot tub with a refreshing drink.
The well-appointed village of Patrington sits two miles away, providing guests with a range of facilities whilst being dominated by a majestic church.
Nearby you can explore the beautiful Holderness Peninsula with splendid beaches and seaside resorts within a short drive away and promising a fun-filled day at the beach.
You can also visit the 2017 Capital of Culture, Hull, served by a wealth of superb amenities and a vast selection of activities from museums to The Deep aquarium and a stunning marina.
A lavish barn conversion benefiting from a fine Yorkshire location.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Patrington 1.5 miles; Withernsea 5 miles; Hull 14 miles
The village of Winestead rests in an attractive and peaceful conservation area on the Holdness Peninsula in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It was the birthplace of metaphysical poet Andrew Marvell and boasts the Grade I listed Church of St Germain, as well as the Grade II* listed White Hall - the perfect place for a relaxing retreat. Your local amenities sit just one and a half miles away in the village of Patrington, offering a range of quality and traditional amenities including inns, a butchers and a bakery as well as a convenience store. The area is perfect for a day by the sea, with the popular coastal resort of Withernsea just five miles away, the Spurn Heritage Coast is also easily reachable. 2017's Capital of Culture, Hull, is also within driving distance and ensures a fun-packed day out with a wealth of activities including the well-known Deep aquarium along with much more.