A pretty, semi-detached stone cottage, in a peaceful location in the charming village of Lastingham, just 5.5 miles from Kirkbymoorside.
Beautifully renovated to a high standard, retaining original features such as sash windows, feature bedroom fireplaces and a cast-iron range, this delightful Lastingham cottage exudes quality and charm, an excellent holiday home for people wanting to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings.
With the luxury of underfloor heating downstairs and a cosy open fire in the sitting room, this Lastingham cottage offers very comfortable accommodation.
The bedrooms of this Lastingham cottage are beautifully presented, one with a free standing roll-top bath and enclosed shower unit and all with fine furnishings and linens.
With quintessentially English views over the countryside, this Lastingham cottage has a small rear patio and lawn - a lovely sheltered spot to enjoy a morning coffee.
A pleasant stroll around this charming village brings you to an excellent village pub and restaurant, whilst the church crypt is renowned and not to be missed.
With splendid walking from the doorstep through the striking North York Moors countryside, this Lastingham cottage will appeal to all nature lovers.
Nearby are the market towns of Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside and Pickering - all with attractive market squares, independent shops and quaint tea rooms.
Be sure to take a trip on the steam railway between Pickering and Grosmont and do explore the nearby castle in Helmsley with Rievaulx Abbey also nearby.
With easy access to the east coast, this Lastingham cottage makes an ideal base for an enjoyable holiday.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite roll-top bath, 'rain' shower over, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire in cast-iron range.
About the location
Kirbymoorside 5 miles; Pickering 7 miles; Yorkshire Coast 25 miles; York 30 miles.
The charming village of Lastingham engenders peace and relaxation and has much to offer today’s holidaymaker. It is a place of unique beauty and historic interest, nestling among the folds of hills at the southern edge of the North York Moors. This quiet haven, with less than 100 inhabitants, has a charming olde worlde pub, The Blacksmith’s Arms, but perhaps its most famous building is the splendid and historic Crypt Church of St Mary with its wonderful ancient crypt. The surrounding area has many and varied attractions - The North York Moors Steam Railway, Hutton-le-Hole Folk Museum, Eden Camp Modern History Museum and Flamingo Land Theme Park. There’s an abundance of castles, abbeys, churches and stately homes to visit, including the magnificent Castle Howard. Last, but not least, there’s the glorious countryside - woodland and heather moorland, hills, dales and coast.