A traditional, whitewashed, mid-terrace cottage nestled in the small village of Langtoft, amidst the Yorkshire Wolds.
This Langtoft cottage, with its character beams and exposed brickwork, is perfect for small families or groups of friends wishing to explore the surrounding countryside and Yorkshire’s popular seaside resorts.
From the sitting room, in this Langtoft cottage, a spiral staircase leads up to a spacious, light and airy double bedroom and a pretty single room.
A family bathroom houses a bath, the perfect place for a relaxing soak after a day exploring the delights of Yorkshire!
The well-equipped kitchen boasts a traditional beamed ceiling, whilst the cosy sitting room features a double sofa bed and a brick fireplace housing an original bread oven.
To the rear of this Langtoft cottage is a sheltered, enclosed courtyard, an ideal spot to sit and relax in the morning sunshine, while planning the day's adventures.
Numerous footpaths in the area make this Langtoft cottage an attractive base for walkers and cyclists, whilst art lovers can follow the David Hockney Trail through the beautiful countryside that inspired his many wonderful paintings.
A ten minute drive brings you to the bustling market town of Driffield, with a selection of cafes, good restaurants and independent shops while the nearest shop and pub can be found in the attractive village of Kilham, just a few minute's drive.
Explore the towns of Malton and Beverley and enjoy a visit to the nearby stately Sledmere House and Burton Agnes Hall with their gorgeous grounds, providing pleasant afternoons out.
The coastal towns of Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough offer traditional seaside fun with long, sandy beaches and excellent fish and chips!
A warm and welcoming Yorkshire cottage providing an excellent holiday base, all-year-round.
About the location
Driffield 7 miles; Bridlington 9 miles; York 35 miles.
The attractive village of Kilham is idyllically situated amidst the pretty Yorkshire Wolds countryside, 7 miles from the colourful town of Driffield. Once an important market town, the village today provides two pubs, a local store, a Post Office and two churches The surrounding countryside offers excellent walking and cycling opportunities, whilst nearby Driffield provides a variety of shops and tea rooms together with a twice-weekly market. Relax and unwind on the award-winning, sandy beaches that straddle the historic harbour at the bustling town of Bridlington, just 9 miles away, or enjoy a fun day out at Scarborough, with its colourful promenades. The medieval walls, celebrated Minster and interesting museums at the magnificent city of York are within easy driving distance and well worth a visit. Plenty to see and do, at any time of year.