A charming, end-terraced stone cottage, centrally situated in the very pretty village of Ampleforth close to the North York Moors National Park.
Well located for exploring the stunning countryside, close to attractive market towns and within easy driving distance of the Yorkshire coast, this Ampleforth cottage would suit walkers and families alike.
Tastefully furnished in a traditional style, this characterful Ampleforth cottage has a homely feel with beamed ceilings and a cosy woodburning stove.
There is an inviting sitting room with a small, sunny conservatory leading off, whilst the dining room has French windows leading to a lovely private patio garden.
The small but well-equipped kitchen in your North Yorkshire cottage boasts a six-hob range cooker whilst upstairs, the double bedrooms are individually styled and still retain the original cast iron fireplaces.
Outside your holiday cottage, steps lead down to a tiered patio garden, providing a perfect setting for relaxing and enjoying a glass of wine after a busy day exploring your surroundings.
From your Ampleforth cottage the village amenities are on the doorstep, including two excellent pubs serving good food, a village shop and a fish and chip shop.
Enjoy a three-mile walk to the beautiful ruins of Byland Abbey or take a five-mile drive to the delightful honeypot town of Helmsley, with its elegant buildings situated around the market square.
Visit Helmsley Castle and walled gardens, follow the monks' trod to Rievaulx Abbey, or discover York, Whitby and Scarborough, all a short drive from your Ampleforth cottage.
A warm and welcoming holiday cottage in North Yorkshire, ideal all year round.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x children's bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Small modern kitchen. Dining room with French doors to garden. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Small conservatory leading off sitting room.
About the location
Helmsley 5 miles; York 20 miles; Scarborough 35 miles.
The unspoilt village of Ampleforth lies just a short distance from the North York Moors National Park, and is made up of a scattering of traditional houses, two pubs, a fish and chip shop and the local village shop. There are several good restaurants within the surrounding area, while the market town of Helmsley is just a short drive away. The quiet country roads are ideal for cyclists wishing to explore the hidden villages of the area, while the National Park to the north offers spectacular scenery and a variety of walks and cycle paths. With nearby Pickering and its steam trains to the north, Castle Howard only 20 minutes' drive away and Scarborough and the East Coast only 35 miles away, Ampleforth is in the perfect location for a varied yet relaxing family holiday.