A very pretty, traditional end-terrace cottage, attached to the owner’s property in the charming rural village of Great Ouseburn.
Well-located in the Vale of York, this Great Ouseburn cottage is ideal for those wishing to explore the neighbouring popular towns of York, Harrogate and Ripon, and lying between the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks, this Great Ouseburn cottage is sure to appeal to many tastes.
Lovingly restored to a high standard, this delightful Great Ouseburn cottage offers characterful accommodation with a cosy sitting room benefiting from a woodburner set in an inglenook fireplace.
The bright kitchen in this Great Ouseburn cottage offers a more contemporary feel with lots of space for everyone to dine in comfort, whilst cottage stairs lead up to the three elegant bedrooms, each overlooking the village main street.
A short stroll from this Great Ouseburn cottage brings you to the local shop.
This Great Ouseburn cottage is within easy reach of a wealth of historic attractions and market towns including Thirsk and Knaresborough.
Be sure to visit Fountains Abbey and associated Studley Park plus Rievaulx Abbey at nearby Helmsley, or spend time discovering the spectacular North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales.
This Great Ouseburn cottage provides the perfect touring base all year round.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Boroughbridge 5 miles; York 15 miles; Harrogate 15 miles.
The pretty village of Great Ouseburn lies between Harrogate and York, a few miles from Knaresborough, Boroughbridge, Ripon and Easingwold. Surrounded by the rural farmland of the Vale of York, Great Ouseburn is a sleepy little village, which is served by a traditional local inn and a village shop. Perfectly placed for exploring both Yorkshire’s beautiful Moors and Dales, Great Ouseburn is close to many attractions including the Fountains, Byland and Rievaulx Abbeys and the stately homes of Newby Hall and Castle Howard, famed for Brideshead Revisited. York and Harrogate lie just 15 miles away in either direction and must be included in any itinerary whilst staying in this peaceful setting. Be sure to visit the Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum, The Shambles and the Minster of York, whilst the spa town of Harrogate offers manicured parklands, upmarket shopping and fine dining.