A charming barn conversion on a working farm, resting in the village of Busby, surrounded by lovely countryside.
Friends and family can unwind in comfort day after day, to make the most of this beautiful cottage and its wonderful location.
The ground floor is home to a cosy hallway and a twin bedroom, neutrally decorated and promising a peaceful nights sleep.
The well-appointed family bathroom lies next door finished to a high standard with quality fittings.
The open-plan living area is where you will want to spend your downtime, relaxing on the corner sofa and watching TV, or enjoying your favourite meals at the dining table.
The black and white kitchen is on hand for all your essentials.
For a good nights sleep, choose the twin bedroom, elevated by Velux windows or the double bedroom, boasting an arm chair and hillside views.
Each are accompanied by an en-suite shower room for a classic touch.
From the living area you can wander out to the courtyard and enjoy some time to yourself, admiring the panoramic views.
Busby is situated in the North York Moors National Park laying close to the city of York, The Yorkshire Dales and The East Coast, all within easy driving distance.
The theme parks of Lightwater Valley and Flamingo Land are definitely worth a visit.
Feel right at home in the North York Moors National Park.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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.