The Cabin, a unique timber lodge, sits close to the charming Yorkshire market town of Howden.
With romantic studio accommodation and many of North Yorkshire's fine attractions at your fingertips, treat yourselves to that much-needed break away from everyday life.
Feel instantly at home from the moment you step into the property, which thoughtfully provides a ramp to make it accessible for wheelchairs and those with limited mobility.
The fresh studio accommodation features simplistic wooden furnishings, accompanied with vibrant blues to make it a real home-from-home.
The dining table looks out towards the fishing lake just a stone's throw away, one of two which you have fishing rights to.
The other side of the layout presents a comfortable seating area, as well as a bright and fresh well-equipped kitchen.
Separated by a wall of useful cupboards and wardrobes is the king-size bedroom which offers flexible sleeping arrangements.
The interior concludes impressively with a glistening white shower room, featuring a large walk-in shower.
When relaxing outdoors, kick back on the patio and watch the fishermen, perhaps even have a go yourself.
For a choice of fine amenities, the market town of Howden just four miles away, a lovely holiday base.
The major shopping city of Leeds is within reach, as is the captivating city of York famed for its idyllic minster and network of quaint cobbled streets.
With much to see and do close to this snug hideaway, spend some time relaxing down at this wonderful lodge.
About the location
Goole 4.1 miles; Pocklington 17.3 miles; York 20.5 miles.
Howden is a small historic market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It lies about 20 miles south-east of York. The town of Howden is dominated by its beautiful Minster, which leads to a beautifully preserved Georgian town centre, with narrow cobbled streets and restored buildings with some attractive shops, historic coaching inns and charming tea rooms, and a small market which takes place each Friday. On the outskirts of the town, Howden Marsh is a lovely place for a quiet walk, with a lake and small islands which have become habitat for birds and wildlife. The town of Pocklington is not too far away within the Vale of York. There are several world-famous attractions nearby majestic Castle Howard, beautiful Sledmere House, and of course the city of York. The city of York needs no recommendations, for it teems with interest for the holidaymaker, The Minister, its Medieval walls, boat trips on the River Ouse, museums and of course York Races. You will certainly be spoilt for choice within this area of Yorkshire.