This mid-terrace cottage is situated in the market town of Helmsley in North Yorkshire.
This lovely cottage is ideal for a family holiday in the heart of this wonderful market town.
From the front door there is an open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen, dining area and comfortable seating area.
Upstairs there are two lovely bedrooms, one with a double bed and TV and the other is a twin bedroom, both with Velux windows and sloping ceilings.
From the cottage, take a short walk into the centre of Helmsley where you will find individual and unique shops, galleries, boutiques and, of course, pubs and restaurants.
The town has its own walled garden and castle and the award-winning National Centre for Birds of Prey is in the Duncombe Park Estate.
There are many cycling and walking opportunities within the National Park with its rolling countryside.
Further afield, is the city of York, and the traditional seaside resort towns of Whitby and Scarborough.
You will want to return to this lovely cottage again and again.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Kirkbymoorside 6 miles; Thirsk 14 miles; Pickering 13 miles; York 26 miles.
Lying in a sheltered corner of Upper Ryedale, on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park, Helmsley is a prestigious market town with a spacious market square surrounded by houses, hotels and shops. The area is important historically - Helmsley has its own 12th century castle and English Heritage’s Rievaulx Abbey and Castle Howard are close by. Helmsley also boasts an arts centre showing films and plays, and an outdoor swimming pool, which is open during the summer. There is excellent walking on the doorstep - indeed the Cleveland Way starts in Helmsley - and the surrounding North York Moors with their hidden dales and villages are pretty in all seasons. York is less than an hour's drive south, as is Scarborough, Whitby and the east coast, whilst Pickering and the beginning of the famous steam railway line (North Yorkshire Moors Railway) are a little over 20 minutes' drive.