An attractive stone semi-detached cottage, one of a small group of five, set in extensive shared grounds, on the edge of the pretty village of Ebberston on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Originally an old coach house, this charming Ebberston cottage has been tastefully renovated to a good standard, providing a comfortable holiday home for families wanting peace and quiet, yet within easy reach of the vibrant seaside resort of Scarborough.
Offering open plan living accommodation, this Ebberston cottage has a spacious modern kitchen and dining area and a bright and cheerful sitting area with an open fire to sit and relax around on chillier evenings.
A lovely arched window overlooks the garden, whilst outside this cottage in Ebberston, is a small, private courtyard garden, the perfect place to sit with a glass of wine after an enjoyable day out!
Special features of this Ebberston cottage are the shared indoor swimming pool and games room - excellent for both young and old, all year round!
Wander around the woodland area with a pond and stream, or discover the pretty walled garden, a lovely, sheltered spot to enjoy the sunshine.
A short drive brings you to the bustling market town of Pickering, with its castle, Beck Isle museum and the terminus of the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway - well worth a ride.
A little further afield are Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley, both with cobbled market places and many interesting, individual shops, quaint tea rooms and good restaurants.
Be sure to visit Scarborough, with its sandy beaches, lovely harbour and all the seaside trappings!
With such a wealth of activities in this wonderful area, this Ebberston cottage provides an excellent base.
About the location
Pickering 6 miles; Scarborough 10 miles.
The delightful village of Ebberston is situated on the edge of Dalby Forest, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just 6 miles from Pickering and boasting a main street lined with pretty stone cottages and an excellent inn. The sound of running water can be heard from the stream which swiftly flows through the village down to the Derwent River at nearby Yedingham, whilst the surrounding area provides a good range of activities, including a horse riding centre, a 9 hole golf course, a children's playground and mountain biking for the more adventurous! Castle Howard and Dalby Forest both provide great walking and cycling opportunities for visitors of all abilities, whilst the lovely nearby market town of Pickering offers quaint shopping streets, an historic castle and access to the famous North York Moors Steam Railway. With the popular seaside towns of Scarborough and Filey, with their long, safe, sandy beaches and interesting tourist attractions within easy driving distance, this ideal location has plenty to offer all the family, at any time of year!